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Gendered globalisation

Gendered globalisation

‘Gendered globalisation’ can be understood as the impact of gender identities in globalisation. In other words, a process of restructuring globalisation within a gender perspective, embedded in and strengthening equal …

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Guterres in the European Parliament

Guterres in the European Parliament

António Guterres that took office just before Trump is now facing the consequences and difficulties of having a US administration that is trying to approve cuts in humanitarian aid. Trump’s new radical …

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Desperate World

Desperate World

While Europeans and Westerns are worried about the economic crisis created by their own banks, pushing people to hard situations in countries such as Greece, the real struggle is being …

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The most impossible job in the World is now held by Guterres

The most impossible job in the World is now held by Guterres

On the day that Portugal celebrated 106 years of Republic and 873 years of the Zamora Treaty, which gave independence to the country, the Portuguese diplomacy had also the opportunity …

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Promoters of Global Education for Sustainable Development

Transition from 1987 to 2030 in the 2015 EU Year of Development

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Refugee Women

Women, the Most Vulnerable of All Refugees

OneEurope guest contributor Natasha Xagorari explains why refugee women are particularly vulnerable to violence and abuse even as they make their journey into safer countries.

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World Environment Day aims to raise awareness of unsustainable consumption.

Infographic: World Environment Day

World Environment Day 2015 by the United Nations

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Youth Unemployment in European Union

Infographic: Youth Unemployment in Europe

World is facing many challenges but one of the most critical ones is youth unemployment. An unemployed person is someone who does not have a job but is actively seeking…

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Human Rights Day

Human Rights Day

Message from United Nations

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UN Security Council room

Reforming the United Nations Security Council

Created in 1946, many argue the U.N. Security Council is in serious need of a reform in membership, to reflect an increasingly multipolar world

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The future of EU aid.

The future of EU aid.

What is the plan of the EU to end-up poverty and to create a sustainable future?

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Child Soldiers Fighting Wars

Child Soldiers Fighting Wars

Child soldiers are used as messengers, bearers and spies and they have to behave just as a normal soldier. They are victims and at the same time perpetrators.

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