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Article / 2016年10月18日

The UN's 2016 State of Food and Agriculture report warns that without measures to halt and reverse climate change, food production could become impossible in large areas of the world. Consequently, millions more people could be living in extreme poverty by 2030, despite new government pledges in the sustainable development goals. Reported by Claire Provost for the Guardian.

Article / 2016年10月18日

The route to reducing inequality is not through generating more philanthropic endeavour, but rather through transformative solutions that rely on sacrifice and sharing—hence altering the production and distribution of wealth and power in fundamental ways, argues Michael Edwards in openDemocracy.

Blog / 2016年10月18日

The newly selected UN Secretary-General António Guterres should convene a world conference on tax avoidance and evasion, the abolition of tax havens and the protection of whistleblowers, urges the UN’s Independent expert on the promotion of a democratic and equitable international order, Alfred de Zayas.

Article / 2016年10月12日
私たちがどう軍事的脅威を優先しそれにどう対応するかについての深い再考が必要です。もし私たちが健全な地球、正義、平和及び民主主義を望むなら、現代の紛争の原因に対処し、協力と外交を促進し、尊厳ある健康的生活を探求するすべての人を支持する21世紀の安全保障のアジェンダが必要であると、デビッド・コーテンは語ります。
Blog / 2016年10月8日
5年前、国家の領域外義務に関するマーストリヒト原則が経済的、社会的及び文化的権利分野に導入されました。自国の領域外での行為に対して国家に責任を問うために、これらの原則が市民社会組織によってますます使われています。以下のETO Consortiumの最新ニュースが明確にするように、現在人権義務は国境を越えよく認識されています。
Blog / 2016年10月8日

Five years ago, the Maastricht Principles on Extraterritorial Obligations of States was adopted in the area of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, and these Principles are increasingly being used by civil society organisations to hold States accountable for their extraterritorial conduct. Human rights obligations are now well recognized to extend beyond borders, as explained in the following news update published by the ETO Consortium.

Article / 2016年10月8日

A global alliance of civil society organizations are demanding a binding treaty to regulate the activities of transnational corporations with respect to human rights. The Treaty process presents a unique opportunity for governments to prove that it is in their hands to put human rights above the interests of big business. Because profits can be shared—human rights cannot, write Jens Martens and Karolin Seitz.

Article / 2016年10月6日

The expansion of corporate control in agriculture is reflected in three international treaties that establish the global rights of various stakeholders to seeds, germplasm, and plant varieties. But the balance of power needs to tilt back the other way, with farmers’ rights taking precedence over agribusiness profits, whether in these treaties or in trade deals, explains Karen Hansen-Kuhn.

Article / 2016年10月6日

Civil society groups have organised a people’s assembly to hold Monsanto accountable for their crimes against humanity and the environment, and to spell out an alternative vision for the future of food and farming based on reclaiming the commons, earth democracy and agroecology.

Article / 2016年10月4日

A rapidly growing global web of tax havens is one of the key drivers of global inequality, allowing some of the world’s super rich to pay no taxes or far less than they should. Now is the time for a historic ethical pact to finally deliver tax justice to the world, and to end the existence of tax havens altogether, writes Rafael Correa.