Africa, Aid, Armed Conflicts, Crime & Justice, Democracy, Education, Gender, Gender Violence, Headlines, Health, Human Rights, Labour, Peace, Poverty & SDGs, TerraViva United Nations, Women’s Health | Opinion Jacqueline Mogeni is the CEO at Kenya’s Council of Governors and Siddharth Chatterjee is the United Nations Resident Coordinator to Kenya. AlthoughRead More →

Nowhere in the Western world is truth respected. Even universities are imposing censorship and speech control. Governments are shutting down, and will eventually criminalize, all explanations that differ from official ones. The Western world no longer has a print and TV media. In its place there is a propaganda ministryRead More →

It’s been a while since we featured the grouchy version of Richard Breslow, Bloomberg’s  “Trader’s Notes” author, who is back with a bang with his latest missive, explaining why “Ignoring Current Events Just Makes You a Slave” and why the mockery of centrally-planned “markets” has gone on long enough… FromRead More →

Congressman Joe Crowley, D-N.Y., now seeking his 10th term, has been in the U.S. House of Representatives since 1999. It has been 14 years since Crowley has faced a primary challenge, thus receiving the Democratic Party nomination automatically every two years since 2004. During that time, Crowley has risen to the top ranksRead More →

Hours after refusing Spain’s offer to dock, an NGO carrying 629 shipwrecked North African migrants says that Italy has finally agreed to address the refugees stuck in the Mediterranean amid a dire food situation and bad weather preventing them from diverting to Spain – according to a Tuesday tweet by the group SOS Mediterranee. ItalianRead More →

Aid, Asia-Pacific, Climate Change, Combating Desertification and Drought, Development & Aid, Energy, Environment, Featured, Food & Agriculture, Global, Green Economy, Headlines, Natural Resources, Poverty & SDGs, Projects, Water & Sanitation This article is part of a series of stories and op-eds launched by IPS on the occasion of the WorldRead More →