Sociedad civil, Principal actor en el combate a la pobreza

Guest Blogger Angely Vanessa Amezcua Chávez, El Barzón Nacional, México reflecciona sobre su viaje a Brasil (english version here) Sociedad civil, Principal actor en el combate a la pobreza   En cuanto a políticas de Seguridad alimentaria, Brasil se ha convertido en un referente a nivel internacional por las políticas que han implementado, considero que […]

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Mujeres Rurales ante el Cambio Climatico

El 15 de octubre, Día Internacional de la Mujer Rural, se llevó a cabo el Foro Nacional de Mujeres Rurales, donde participaron mujeres rurales de México que trabajan por una mejor calidad de vida en sus comunidades pero que al mismo tiempo viven en carne propia los efectos del cambio climático en el campo. El […]

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Economic Growth at What Cost?

Guest Blogger Nesar Ahmad from People’s Budget Initiative (PBI) India reflects on his recent trip to Indonesia   The economy must grow and fast, so that the size of the pie increases and there is a bigger share for everyone. These were the opening remarks of the then Deputy Finance Minister of Indonesia said this […]

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Addressing Gender Inequality in the G20

Guest Blogger Victoria Stetsko | Project Officer Oxfam GB in Russia In the Los Cabos Declaration in 2012 the G20 leaders committed to advance women’s equality in all areas, especially in those related to economic participation. In 2013 in Moscow the G20 leaders agreed to focus on fair and inclusive growth. However economic growth can’t […]

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The Batik and Madiba Shirt Connection (PART II: BANDUNG)

History, Inequality and the pursuit of a pro-poor development trajectory in South Africa and Indonesia: Guest blogger Ayabonga Cawe from Rethink Africa, reflects on his recent exchange visit to Indonesia PART II: BANDUNG In Bandung we had the opportunity to meet with Akatiga Social Analysis and the Centre for Economic and Development Studies at the University of […]

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The Batik and Madiba Shirt Connection (PART I: JAKARTA)

History, Inequality and the pursuit of a pro-poor development trajectory in South Africa and Indonesia: Guest blogger Ayabonga Cawe from Rethink Africa, reflects on his recent exchange visit to Indonesia   PART I: JAKARTA Having just exchanged my ‘Mandela’s’ (as the people from Jakarta refer to the South Africa Rand) for a thick wad of Rupiah, I […]

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