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Global Issues News 08/14/2020 20:07
UNITED NATIONS, Aug 14 (IPS) - There is no love lost between the United Nations and US President Donald Trump. When he addressed the high-level segment of the UN General Assembly in September 2018, Trump falsely told delegates that "in less than two years, my administration has accomplished more than almost any administration in the history of our country". →
Global Issues News 08/14/2020 12:10
MUMBAI, Aug 14 (IPS) - Basant Lal Chaudhary migrated from his village of 1,200 people in Madhya Pradesh, to a city of 90,000 people in Jammu and Kashmir in 2016. He last worked as a construction worker, before the COVID-19 lockdown forced him out of employment."I used to earn a daily wage of INR 350. That was my only source of income," he shares. During the lockdown, he along with others who worked with him, are finding it difficult to make the ends meet."I don't know whether I will be able to find work here anytime soon.". →
Global Issues News 08/13/2020 02:33
JOHANNESBURG, Aug 11 (IPS) - As the world marks International Youth Day on August 12, it is difficult to ignore the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on young people - particularly on efforts towards youth economic inclusion in Africa. Meaningful and swift action is needed from African states to ensure the damage is not long-lasting. →
Global Issues News 08/13/2020 02:33
LONDON, Aug 11 (IPS) - "With advertisements removed in Grenoble you can see the city's beauty and the mountains beyond. Adverts create obstacles. Without them you can breathe," explains Khaled Gaiji, national mobilisation coordinator of the French anti-advertising organisation Résistance à l'Agression Publicitaire (Resistance to Advertising Aggression, or RAP). "Advertising is like an iceberg: the largest impact is below the surface. Adverts colonise our imagination.". →
Global Issues News 08/13/2020 02:33
NEW YORK, Aug 10 (IPS) - Even during the best of times, unfortunately members of the global community who have special needs are marginalized and often treated as social outcasts. The COVID crisis which has been raging for over the better part of the year 2020 has posed additional barriers and challenges for these already disenfranchised individuals. →
Global Issues News 08/13/2020 02:33
STOCKHOLM / ROME, Aug 10 (IPS) - COVID-19 has become a scourge affecting all levels of human society – morals, behaviour, human interaction, economy and politics. The pandemic has wrecked havoc on our way of being and its impact will remain huge and all-encompassing. It is not only affecting our globally shared existence, it is also changing what has been called "the little life", i.e. our own way of thinking and being, our personal life situation and the one of those close to us; people we love and depend upon – our friends and family. →
Global Issues News 07/16/2020 05:00
ILLINOIS, United States, Jul 16 (IPS) - African countries are , and this is finally enabling many citizens to resume their normal life. However, there is still an urgent need for African countries to prioritize agriculture to tackle food insecurity issues that have been exacerbated by COVID and will continue to be an issue into the near future. According to the latest estimates by the , COVID-19's compounding effects could drive 270 million people into food insecurity. →

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