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The African Charter on Democracy, Elections and Governance 

[15th May 2018]The African Charter on Democracy, Elections and Governance  Signature of the Charter by the President: 21st March 2018President Mnangagwa signed the African Charter on Democracy and Governance [link...
'18May
15

‘Sri Lanka is the only country that has eradicated terrorism’

Lieutenant General Mahesh Senanayake took over as the 22nd Commander of the Sri Lankan Army in June 2017. The conduct of the army in the past, during the island’s civil war that it ended by defeating the Liberation...
'18May
15

George Soros' foundation pulls out of 'repressive' Hungary

The pro-democracy group said it was pulling out after the country's government announced restrictions on non-profit organizations under a law dubbed the "Stop Soros" bill.Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who won a...
'18May
15

George Soros' foundation pulls out of 'repressive' Hungary

The pro-democracy group said it was pulling out after the country's government announced restrictions on non-profit organizations under a law dubbed the "Stop Soros" bill.Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who won a...
'18May
15

Gaza’s Desperation Resurrects Appeal to Avatar Fans

By Omar Talab and Bertie WnekThis week, as the ‘Great March of Return’ entered its sixth week in Gaza, Palestinian protesters dressed as Na’vi from James Cameron’s $2.7 billion box-offices breaking Avatar (2009) in...
'18May
15

Child Slavery Refuses to Disappear in Latin America

Development & Aid, Economy & Trade, Editors' Choice, Featured, Headlines, Human Rights, Labour, Latin America & the Caribbean, Population, Poverty & SDGs, Regional Categories By Fabiana Frayssinet...
'18May
14

Government Must Tackle The ‘Burning Injustice’ Of The Deepening Crisis Facing Children’s Mental Health

Mental health is one of the major public health challenges of our time. In recent years we’ve seen growing awareness in Westminster and in the media, but now we need urgent action to match the rhetoric.Research...
'18May
14

Israel and Palestine in 2018: Decolonisation, not peace

The founders of the state of Israel were mainly people who settled in Palestine in the very beginning of the 20th century. They came mostly from Eastern Europe, inspired by romantic national ideologies rampant in...
'18May
14

Gaza: Avoiding a Greater Blood Bath

Civil Society, Democracy, Featured, Global, Global Governance, Headlines, Human Rights, IPS UN: Inside the Glasshouse, TerraViva United Nations | Opinion By Jason Cone...
'18May
11

How #MeToo revealed the central rift within feminism today

When the #MeToo moment began in earnest last October, many women felt optimistic, galvanised; others felt uncomfortable. As stories of abuse and harassment accumulated in the media, men began to experience...

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