Discussing a More Sustainable Business Model: Social Enterprises Forty-two percent of Americans don’t trust the charity system. And I don’t blame them. Researches seem to have proven that 40 percent of the actual donations are spent in structural and operational costs instead

There’s a vicious war underway. The battlefields are our overloaded screens, media outlets, platforms, devices, and minds. Many—on both sides of the aisle—criticise the way things have become polarised, protesting that they never wanted it all to be so black

There’s a vicious war underway. The battlefields are our overloaded screens, media outlets, platforms, devices, and minds. Many—on both sides of the aisle—criticise the way things have become polarised, protesting that they never wanted it all to be so black

Traditional fabrics have taken on a new identity, thanks to a growing number of independent labels that are preserving and growing the traditional methods of textile design. In combining old methods and modern trends, some really interesting garments are coming

Collaboration and multi-stakeholder partnerships have now become overused terms, new fashionable expressions adopted by companies, public institutions and the non-profit ecosystem. They have been presented as the answer to the demands of a growingly complex world and to the challenges

The Linkages Between Sustainable Development Goal 5 and United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 In order to achieve gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls by 2030 pursuant to Sustainable Development Goal Five (SDG 5), the specific circumstances of

What is IATI? The  International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) was launched in 2008. It is a voluntary, multi-stakeholder initiative that seeks to increase the transparency of development cooperation in order to increase its effectiveness in tackling poverty. It has designed a standard for

This is a story about eight ethnic groups and 300 elephants in a remote and lawless region of West Africa. It’s a story about what happens to 8 million acres of habitat when local people can work together to assert

HOW THE WORLD FOOD PROGRAMME USES INNOVATION TO FIGHT HUNGER My first introduction to the United Nations and organizations such as the World Food Programme came in secondary school as a delegate for Libya at The Hague International Model United Nations.

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