Editors’ Choice, Environment, Featured, Global, Global Governance, Headlines, Health, IPS UN: Inside the Glasshouse, Mercury, Population, Poverty & SDGs, TerraViva United Nations NEW YORK, Nov 16 2018 (IPS) – A coalition of over 50 civil society organizations (CSOs), from more than 20 countries, have urged two of the world’s largestRead More →

Armed Conflicts, Asia-Pacific, Crime & Justice, Development & Aid, Featured, Global Governance, Headlines, Human Rights, Humanitarian Emergencies, IPS UN: Inside the Glasshouse, Migration & Refugees, Peace, Poverty & SDGs, Regional Categories, TerraViva United Nations Rohingya refugees protested on Thursday, Nov. 15, against their voluntary repatriation to Myanmar. Credit: Mohammad MojiburRead More →

Africa, Development & Aid, Economy & Trade, Featured, Food & Agriculture, Headlines, Natural Resources, Poverty & SDGs, Sustainability, TerraViva United Nations Opinion Kingsley Ighobor, Africa Renewal* (From left) African Union chairperson and president of Rwanda Paul Kagame, president of Niger Mahamadou Issoufou and African Union Commission chairperson Moussa Faki MahamatRead More →

Former Planned Parenthood clinic director Abby Johnson says that medication abortions are far more dangerous than surgical abortions and that some doctors will not prescribe the medication because of its risks. Studies show that the incidence of adverse events following medication abortions is up to four times greater than theRead More →

Africa, Development & Aid, Economy & Trade, Editors’ Choice, Environment, Featured, Global, Headlines, Natural Resources, Poverty & SDGs, Regional Categories, Sustainability, TerraViva United Nations Opinion Ambassador Macharia Kamau is Principal Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Government of Kenya, also the coordinating Ministry of the Sustainable Blue Economy Conference, 2018. AmbassadorRead More →

Aid, Asia-Pacific, Biodiversity, Climate Change, Development & Aid, Energy, Environment, Featured, Headlines, Natural Resources, Population, Poverty & SDGs, TerraViva United Nations Opinion Cristiana Pașca Palmer is the Executive Secretary of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), Montreal, & Anne Larigauderie is the Executive Secretary of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform onRead More →

The Democrats have only one prerequisite when it comes to opposing POTUS Donald Trump and it is this: Never, ever approve of anything he does, no matter how legal and/or constitutional it may be. That includes opposing the president’s recent appointment of Matthew Whitaker as acting Attorney General after heRead More →

Oh boy, and you won’t hear a peep out of the same people who pushed Avenatti’s accusations against President Donald Trump, will you?  Nope, they will all be tight lipped about this, and if they do say something, it will be to defend him.  That’s right, creepy, porn attorney MicaelRead More →

Pollster Frank Luntz conducted a focus group of Democratic voters and asked them what they thought of former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton running again. They unanimously agreed Clinton should not run again, citing her time has passed, she’s not well liked, and she’s “old news.” [embedded content] Check outRead More →

Active Citizens, Civil Society, Development & Aid, Editors’ Choice, Featured, Gender, Headlines, Human Rights, Indigenous Rights, Latin America & the Caribbean, Population, Regional Categories, Special Report Women who make up the commission that runs the radio station La Voz Indígena, in the city of Tartagal, in northern Argentina, along withRead More →