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The Global Citizens' Initiative (TGCI) helps build the global citizenship skills and capacities of individuals, governments, NGOs, and businesses. We strengthen the ability of individuals and organizations to act as global citizens in their communities, countries, and across the world. We help build the global citizenship skills needed to solve world issues such as human rights, gender equity, the environment, sustainable development, poverty, and global peace and justice. JOIN US at www.theglobalcitizensinitiative.org / or for more information contact info@gcitizen.org

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  • The global CVE agenda: Can we move from talk to walk?

    May 31, 2016

    More political leaders now understand that addressing the symptoms of terrorism through security-focused measures and national government action alone has not been sufficient, and attention is now being devoted to countering violent extremism (CVE). CVE focuses on reducing the pool of people who are lured by extremist propaganda or groups to carry out acts of […]

  • UN Releases Plan to Increase Refugee Responsibility Sharing

    May 31, 2016

    The UN wants to create a new Global Compact to encourage countries to share the responsibility for hosting the 19 million refugees who have fled their home countries. Presently, a small number of states have been saddled with accommodating the majority of refugees, and the new compact would seek to better share the burden. Read […]

  • Non-Western Ideas for Democratic Renewal

    May 31, 2016

    With calls for a new non-Western form of democracy and a renewal of Western liberal democracy growing louder around the world, four experts look at the new and modified forms of democracy that are growing in different regions of the world. Examples are drawn from Latin America, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. Read more […]

  • Identity 2016: ‘Global citizenship’ rising, poll suggests

    May 31, 2016

    According to a BBC World Service poll, people are increasingly identifying themselves as global citizens over a national citizen identity. This trend was particularly strong amongst those living in emerging economies, where 56% of those surveyed identified themselves first as global citizens. However, this trend appears to be moving in the opposite direction in industrialized […]

  • Deep Discord at United Nations over Global Drug Policy

    May 31, 2016

    At the behest of Colombia, Guatemala, and Mexico, the UN General Assembly convened a special three day session on drugs and the current international drug control regime. Since the 1961 UN Convention on Narcotic Drugs, states have focused on the criminalization and eradication of drugs. However, evidence has shown that this approach has not only […]

  • Confronting Antimicrobial Resistance: Can We Get to Collective Action?

    May 31, 2016

    Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is already responsible for an estimated 700,000 deaths around the world each year and some estimates believe that number could rise to 10 million by 2050. AMR could end modern medicine as we know it, as surgeries could once again become too risky to perform due to infection during recovery and minor […]

  • Experts say Paris climate-change deal might not do enough

    May 31, 2016

    While the Paris agreement seemed to indicate a new political will to tackle climate change, experts say that the plans that have been released thus are not enough to keep global warming at a tolerable level. Other roadblocks have emerged, as the US Supreme Court shelved President Obama’s Clean Power Plan, developing countries move forward […]

  • Africa’s Human Existence Is at Severe Risk

    May 31, 2016

    The United Nations Environment Programme’s (UNEP) is warning that climate change threatens African’s population, ecosystems and unique biodiversity  and will ultimately impact Africa more severely than any other continent. The World Bank and Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change have echoed this warning. Read more from the Inter Press Service: http://bit.ly/1sEpmpw

  • Will the Middle East Become ‘Uninhabitable’?

    May 31, 2016

    Several recent studies have concluded that climate change may result in deadly heat in parts of the Persian Gulf, rendering it uninhabitable within this century. The higher temperatures will increase the occurrence of droughts, creating an unsustainable reliance of groundwater resources, while reducing agricultural yields. Rising sea levels may also affect 43 port cities through […]

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