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NIMD 4m
Keynote speaker Chukwu-Emeka Chikezie of Up! Africa: “when we ask what we can do to reduce , it comes down to a political question.”
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naz  ghodrati Feb 13
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One Earth Feb 13
New research has found that higher levels of lead to more , whereas better equality leads to better forest protections.
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Adess Singh 5m
Replying to @JosephNSanberg
In 1999 USA opted for the runious policy of UNLETTERED INHERITANCE ..Adam Smith had warned its ill effects. Also 1999 saw the repeal of the GSA ammendment.risking hard earned money to speculations..while thinling the population was distracted by Lewinsky!!
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Makadi 2h
When needs a one week “investigation” to say your racist experience with their staff is a personal issue that they will do nothing about 🤦🏾‍♂️ 🖕🏾
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SI Feb 11
400 Richest Americans Own More Than 150 Million Of The Nation's Poorest: Study -
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Pedro Nicolaci da Costa Feb 13
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Sophia McDonald Feb 14
Raising invetsment in housing without rethinking drug and alcohol services will accomplish little.
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Higgs Boson 2h
RT TheIFS: We're aiming to answer fundamental questions about the nature of in the 21st century, the forces shaping it, and wh…
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Romi 16h
“Our inequality materializes our upper class, vulgarizes our middle class, brutalizes our lower class.”–Matthew Arnold
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Trish is furious 34m
The are taking the away from us as we have filled it with , , and
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IPS Sri Lanka Feb 13
IPS organised Policy Engagement Forum on Poverty is currently underway. Research Fellow, Ganga Tilakaratne is discussing IPS research on various aspects of in , such as financial inclusion, , , , and .
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Polina Buchan 4h
If you've taught both college and university, have you ever noticed that university students tend to end emails with smth like "Thank you for taking out time to read and respond to my email."? But of course, it's my job! Why such culture of between prof and student?..
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faith & fury 3h
Replying to @AvivaUK
Because we have less money and end up spending proportionally more of the money we do have, on keeping our households going
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joe valentyn Feb 12
Our current economic system suffers of too much exploitation. Without a job, we are unable to pay for food, shelter, & clothing, yet businesses exploit this & offer us only low wages for long hours. Who thinks a CEO does 312 average employees' worth of work a day?
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Brravehart 🇨🇦 Feb 9
Replying to @Brravehart09
Again as a outsider from (where actually hv a Cabinet Minister w mandate) I humbly want to submit may be only 1 to address issues bc from where I sit— / doesn’t even get lip service.
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Pedro Nicolaci da Costa Feb 12
Wealth Is Way Worse Than You Think—And Tax Havens Play A Big Role
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Romi 13h
"A nation will not survive morally or economically when so few have so much, while so many have so little."~Bernie Sanders
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Noor­­ ­­­­Pamiri 3h
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Romi 19h
"Message to the billionaire class: You can't have it all!" ~ Sen. Bernie Sanders
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