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10 December 2019
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Author: Greenpeace

"Activistes du climat exclus de la COP25 : Que voulaient dire ces défenseurs des forêts congolaises à Madrid ?", 6 décembre 2019...

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9 December 2019

Govts. & companies most responsible for climate change should mobilise finance to assist those most affected

Author: Thomas Hirscha (Climate and Development Advice), ACT Alliance, Brot fur die Welt, Lutheran World Federation, World Council of Churches

"Protecting the most vulnerable while working for climate justice", 12 March 2019...

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27 November 2019

Australia: Westpac accused of multiple legal breaches, allegedly allowing customers to pay for child sexual abuse

The Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (Austrac) has accused Westpac of multiple legal breaches which allowed its customers to pay for overseas child abuse unchallenged, highlighting the importance of transnational cooperation. Westpac...

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25 November 2019

UK: Research on FTSE 100 companies links 'shareholder first' business model to inequality & climate change

Author: High Pay Centre & the Trades Union Congress (TUC)

"How the Shareholder first business model contributes to poverty, inequality and climate change: A briefing note from High Pay Centre and the TUC", 13 November 2019...

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20 November 2019

Report calls on IMF to integrate gendered perspective on policies implemented in Egypt, Jordan & Tunisia

Author: Nabil Abdo, Oxfam

"The Gendered Impact of IMF Policies in MENA: The case of Egypt, Jordan and Tunisia" 8 October 2019...

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19 November 2019
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Author: Inter Press Service IPS

“Inversión para hacer de África un líder mundial en energías renovables”- 19 de noviembre de 2019...

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15 November 2019

315 civil society groups renew call for Equator Principles Financial Institutions to stop funding climate disaster & abuses of Indigenous rights

Author: Johan Frijns, BankTrack, on behalf of 315 civil society groups

“Letter to: Mr Beck, Chair of Steering Committee Equator Principles Association; All Equator Principles Financial Institutions (EPFIs)”, 13 November 2019...

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4 November 2019

Kosovo: Roma surviving as informal collectors in struggling waste management system

In February 2019, it was reported that the struggling waste management system in Kosovo, especially prevalent in the largest cities, was not only an environmental threat but affected some of the poorest and most vulnerable in Kosovan society - Roma,...

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31 October 2019

Latin America: Behaviour of wholesalers, retailers and food sales services blamed for high levels of food waste in the region

Author: Latin American Post

“Latin America represents 20% of wasted food on the planet”, 31st October 2019...

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12 October 2019

Myanmar: Inclusive Business Challenge launched to recognise enterprises that address poverty & enhance economic growth

Author: John Liu, Myanmar Times

"Inclusive Business Challenge launched to recognise enterprises with social impact", 10 October 2019 The UK-aided DaNa Facility and Myanmar Young Entrepreneurs Association (MYEA) launched the Inclusive Business Challenge...to raise the awareness of "i...

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