Indonesian reflections on civil society in China

Guest blogger Nikmah, Project Officer at International NGO Forum on Indonesian Development (INFID), reflects on her recent exchange visit to China Before departing for China or Tiongkok as we Indonesians would call it, I tried to imagine what the country would be like, how do the people lead their lives and what is the situation […]

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Civil Society from the Global South calls on leaders attending Lima Climate Change Conference to consider most food insecure and vulnerable people

Civil Society networks from Brazil, Russia, India, China, Indonesia, South Africa and Mexico have released a joint statement aimed at leaders attending the 20th session of the Conference of the Parties, taking place in Lima, Peru in early December. The position paper highlights that climate change is a true emergency for all of us in […]

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‘It’s No Longer Funny’: The Funding Wars That’ll Dictate Our Future

Pooja Pavati from Oxfam India, reflects on funding commitments for the post-2015 development agenda Originally posted at http://www.youthkiawaaz.com/ In the recently-concluded G20 Meet (15-16 November) in Brisbane, Australia, US President Barrack Obama and Japanese PM Shinzo Abe committed to $4.5 billion towards a Green Climate Fund (GCF), a U.N. fund to help developing nations cope with global […]

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Infographic: Changing Food Systems and Inequality. Facts from Emerging Economies

Want to know what rural poverty rates are in rapidly urbanising contexts? Or how women fare compared to men in agriculture? Why the Gini co-efficient doesn´t tell the full story in regard to inequality? And why concentration of market share by a few large food giants can impact on rural poverty? Have a look at […]

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