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Katie Tobin 4h
'The environment will not be saved by a consumerist mind-set in which the developed world rapidly throws out its consumer products, to replace them with... a fleet of shiny new Priuses bought on credit." Importantt for global North
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Anna Chernova 2m
to talk peace in conflict. It’s about not poverty. Humanitarians must work harder to be more transformative ... we cannot wait for conflict to end to build peace.
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Equality Studies UCD Sep 12
Marxist theorist Gramsci argued that when ruling class interests can't be secured through consent ('hegemony'), the capitalist state will respond by securing them through force.The counter-hegemonic occupation of vacant buildings by activists was clearly a real threat
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OECD SMEs, Regions, Cities & Tourism 4h
In 🇵🇹 with our learning about the many initiatives he has implemented to fight in his city ‘We are a change for good’ Read more on his fight for social inclusion ▶️
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Anna Chernova 6m
asks re: role of aid in addressing root causes. Conflict is context-specific, but trends are clear - exclusion. and conflict in focus today
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Helen Gavaghan 21m
John Organ getting right down to the vast at the heart of the current 'system'. Great care should be taken that doesn't help legitimise otherwise damaging and complicit approaches.
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The Equality Trust 2h
Fascinating: "... the overall data pattern strongly suggests that for males, but not females, upper‐body strength correlates positively with support for inequality."
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Natalie Bennett 11h
- an Australian story that could apply equally in the UK: the impact of banks pumping up house prices
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Ken Anderson 12h
The more a person earns the more a person gets. The less a person earns the less a person gets. Only the ALP could label this fair. Add the increase to pension age and those with the least still get even less.
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Win Smart, CFA Sep 15
in yet another chart!
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Shahjhan Malik 2h
Keep it up dear you raise your voice against and don’t stop keep fighting
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Oxfam International 2h
In the past 20 years, has seen impressive economic growth and significant reduction of poverty. But is on the rise and it seems that the richest are capturing an ever-larger share of the benefits of growth:
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The Equality Trust Sep 18
"The research also found that universal credit may cost more than the social security system it replaces – and warned there was no way of measuring whether it will meet its economic aim of getting 200,000 more people into work."
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Alexey Ots 39m
A former dragon 🐲 from dragons den came in to the store and used the 🏧. See! Millionaires pay convenience fees sometimes still too!
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@penplusbytes 4h
Images from the launch of the report in Ghana
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IFS 13h
With new house price statistics out today, Jonathan Cribb explains that housing "doesn't just exist between the young and the old". Only a small group of young adults have been able to get on to the property ladder in the last 25 years.
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Andrea Parziale 4h
Tomorrow at the Rome Policy Forum on and access to will present a report I coauthored with Prof. Comandé and Arnaudo on behalf of - on “Access to medicines: the role of
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Anoo Bhuyan Sep 13
Replying to @skochgroup
3. Today began with declaring that only 4 women were found , to speak on tech. But 42 men were worthy. They celebrated this , with a full page ad in Indian Express.
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Anna Chernova 36m
We need to reframe development - looking more closely at equity, - sustained peace needs political economy
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Dr Aneeqa Khan 22h
fans, wake up and smell the roses. I'm all for and and of public funds , but is this lack of what you voted for?
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Hannah Dzekoe 7h
Have you ever imagined how safe or unsafe the world would be if both the rich and the poor were made blind? could it solve the inequality problems or make all humans vulnerable to animals and reptiles? Help to the poor is key to riches sustainability!...smile!!!.
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