Brazil’s economic clout: it’s the women’s turn!
Brazil is a country in a great development and this sucess is linked with increase brazilian women participation in economic and political process. This is a brief report about these women’s force.
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The Unjust Limbo of Afghan Migrants in Pakistan
It isn’t unusual to hear of people migrating out of Pakistan; even people who know little of Pakistan – except that it exists, and they should be afraid of it – know a Pakistani migrant or two. However, what few people know – correction, what almost no one knows – is that Pakistan is also home to a thriving population of immigrants itself. Yes we can play that game too; it’s not just you who can do it mister developed world.
“Interdependencies of Megatrends” has become “Inequality”
And the winner is: Inequality! Our FutureChallenges.org project team will soon be turning its attention to (social) inequality – and rightly so. After three years of discussions on the various aspects of globalization on our platform, the user figures clearly show that it’s inequality in all its myriad forms such as lack […]
Female leadership is vital for Indian economic and social development
The famous Lebanese philosopher Charles Malik once said, “The fastest way to change society is to mobilize the women of the world.” This thought is more relevant than ever in the 21st century when nations across the globe are discovering the critical contribution women make to building communities and driving […]
The Politics of Water Sharing in the Nile Basin
The Nile: There Won’t Be Enough for Everybody Is the post-revolution change in Egyptian leadership bringing about a shift in foreign policy towards the nations of the Nile Basin? The Nile River is a resource strained to its limits on both sides of the equation – supply and demand. On the […]