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Corporate power

Blog / 27th August 2020

アフリカ緑の革命のための同盟は、過去の失敗した政策を繰り返しており、飢餓との闘いをさらに押しのけるリスクがあると、IATPにティモシー·ワイズ氏は説明しています。

Blog / 26th August 2020

The Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa is repeating the failed policies of the past and risks pushing back further the struggle against hunger and malnutrition, explains Timothy Wise for IATP.

Report / 17th August 2020

A new briefing summarises the actual or likely impacts of the global coronavirus crisis on each of the 17 Sustainable Development goals. By Jens Martens, Bodo Ellmers and Vera Pokorny for Global Policy Watch.

Blog / 28th July 2020

民間企業がCOVID-19ワクチンの独占権を持つべきではありません。これは、世界保健機関の技術アクセス·プールに寄付され、すべての人の利益のために分かち合われるべき公共資源であるとヘレン·クラーク氏とウィニー· ビアニマ氏は書いています。

Blog / 27th July 2020

No private company should have monopoly rights over a Covid-19 vaccine; this is a public resource that should be contributed to the World Health Organisation’s Technology Access Pool and shared for the benefit of all, writes Helen Clark and Winnie Byanyima.

Blog / 11th March 2020

If the coronavirus has any positive impact, let it prompt us to learn the limitations of the market and the urgent need for regulation, taxation and public services, says Nick Dearden for Al Jazeera.

Blog / 7th January 2020

If multinationals—and the super-rich—do not pay their fair share of taxes, governments cannot invest in access to education, health care, and decent pensions, or take measures to mitigate and adapt to the climate crisis. 

News / 1st January 2020

Share The World’s Resources (STWR) have released a book version of the pioneering publication by Mohammed Sofiane Mesbahi, titled 'Heralding Article 25: A people's strategy for world transformation'.

Report / 16th November 2019

In einer zunehmend ungleichen und nicht nachhaltigen Welt müssen die Regierungen dringend die restriktiven politischen und wirtschaftlichen Ideologien der Vergangenheit überwinden und Lösungen finden, die den gemeinsamen Bedürfnissen der Menschen in allen Ländern gerecht werden. 

Article / 25th September 2019

In actuality, USAID has been a taxpayer-supported program for neocolonial exploiters requiring long-term protection at public expense, writes Barbara G. Ellis for Truthout.