Any country whose increased population results in exploiting other countries for materials or impacts other countries with its waste, its pollution, or its contribution to Climate Change is neglectful if it does not find a way to stop growth. If a region does not protect its environment, no one else will. This amount of grain remaining in the world's silos and stockpiles when the next harvest begins is enough to meet 72 days of consumption. Brown, of Earth Policy Institute.
Project Data Last Updated: With a national annual growth rate of 2. A large proportion of the population has less than 15 years of age Within this already precarious situation, a political impasse resulting from contested presidential elections in late Novemberin neighbouring Ivory Coast has since seen the largest and continuous influx of Ivorian refugees in Liberia, with a steady influx of between to new arrivals per day during the height of the conflict.
After 14 years of civil war and in the eve of the second round of national democratic elections in JulyUNHCR registeredrefugees inclusive of reactivated old caseloads comprising of 51, refugees in Nimba; 74, in Grand Gedeh; 32, in Maryland and 3, in River Gee Counties.
The influx of new arrivals into the country continued with about and new arrivals crossing over each week into Grand Gedeh and Maryland Counties respectively.
On the other hand, there have been reports of about refugees returning to Ivory Coast citing the end of the conflict as the reason for their decision to return.
Up to now, security situation in Liberia along the border with Ivory Coast remained calm. However, UNMIL United Nations Mission in Liberia has informed all agencies in Nimba County to keep a watching brief on the security situation along the border and to continuously share security updates as a precautionary measure.
The Liberian government recently shared its new refugee strategy policy, which states that all refugees should be relocated to designated camps and relocation villages to ensure their safety and safeguard their rights. Up to now there is no adequate awareness on this new law.
Oxfam and CARE recently shared the results from the rapid survey of refugees that they jointly conducted in June The report revealed that thousands of Ivorian refugees intend to remain in Liberia for at least the next six months and would prefer assistance that would enable them to sustain their living in Liberia.
Amnesty International and Peace Brigades International participate in the group as observers. AB Colombia aims to coordinate advocacy and information among the British and Irish agencies working on Colombia. The main objective of ABC is to ensure that the British and Irish governments and public opinion put pressure on the Colombian government to observe human rights, guaranteeing the rights of victims to truth, justice, reparation and non-repetition as defined by the UN, and adopt policies conducive to equitable development.
In its work with British and Irish governments ABColombia wants to ensure that the UK and Ireland continue to recognise the existence of the armed conflict in Colombia and insist that its resolution is linked to the implementation of the UN recommendations, the fight against poverty, impunity and access to justice.
ABColombia aims to make the UK and Irish governments aware of potential harmful impact of increased business and European investment in certain sectors on poverty, inequality and human rights so that the UK and Ireland influence the EU on these matters and ensure civil society consultation.
ABC ensures that Ministers, relevant government departments, advisors and researchers employed by government or in the private sector receive and use ABColombia's analysis on human rights and development in Colombia when making policy decisions and recommendations, and in advising companies investing in Colombia.
ABColombia aims to coordinate advocacy and information among the British and Irish agencies working on Colombia. Following the gender audits and training provided in the first phase, we will continue to work with partners to implement the gender audit recommendations and support development and implementation of gender policies as well as encourage accountability principles and practices.
There will be a greater emphasis on building strong evidence base for engagement and advocacy actions as well as creating and strengthening existing mechanisms and formal opportunities to engage duty bearers and decision makers.
ABG partners are more gender-sensitive and accountable to poor women and men. ABG Partners have increased security management capacity and aware of their environment in carrying out their governance work.
The project will be implemented in communities that were severely affected by the Ebola outbreak and are in the rebuilding their lives.
The Ebola outbreak affected every household in the John Thorpe community claiming lives and affecting household income. Furthermore, the community is among one the most underserved in the western area districts with little and in some instances poor access to portable water, electricity, road and other essentially services.
Several children were made orphans as a result of the Ebola outbreak which ravaged the community; homes where boarded up while children orphaned children were sent to interim care centres and to other extended family members.
Many families lost their income especially those that where left behind with the burden of caring for orphaned children. Markets and other income generating activities such as fishing, sand mining were halted due to the nature and spread of the disease.
Caritas Freetown is an organisation that has a track record of working in the selected communities providing livelihood support and a mobile clinic facility. In order to support the communities with livelihood and income generating opportunities through the Ministry of Agriculture and food security the project will provide small farmers access to improved seeds with technical trainings and supervision that will increase agriculture production.
But the situation on the Copperbelt Province does not allow most people, especially the vulnerable poor to access justice because of the continued complicated nature of court processes. Further, access to legal services continues to be a major challenge by the vulnerable especially women and children because of high legal fees.
The other obstacle is high levels of illiteracy and also ignorance of the law and legal procedures especially among women. In the rural areas of the Copperbelt, the only recourse for most rural women and children is customary law that tends to perpetuate the abuse of children and young girls.
The community of the Copperbelt province therefore needs interventions to safe guard all forms of rights, particularly those of the women and girls ranging from the right for them to enjoy their youth, right to good education, right to land, protection from all forms of sexual abuse and any form of modern day slavery.
The communities need to be sensitized on human rights and how communities can take part in the empowerment exercise of these victims of violations of human rights, starting at household level.Winners and Losers in World of Huge Population Change 9 Billion People February 26, The Scotsman.
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A Primer on Human Trafficking. Michelle Sicignano, LMSW October 2, the larger issue is obscured. The social and economic reasons for such practices persist and go unanswered while governmental bodies give the appearance of taking firm action. Focusing solely on street level prostitution as the largest issue relating to human. The Injustice of Sex Trafficking and the Efficacy of Legislation into prostitution, pornography, sex tourism, and other commercial activity” (United Nations). Robertson: The Injustice of Sex Trafficking Published by Pepperdine Digital Commons, 3. This injustice is expressed both in laws and in other social norms and informal practices of discrimination against women. Women's human rights give them a claim that male-only suffrage and many other practices be ended through social, legal and institutional reforms.
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The social psychologist Kurt Lewin () suggested that change involves analysing and challenging existing meaning schemes and perspectives before different or new actions become part of a new social . This injustice is expressed both in laws and in other social norms and informal practices of discrimination against women.
Women's human rights give them a claim that male-only suffrage and many other practices be ended through social, legal and institutional reforms. The Development Tracker uses open data on international development published in the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) open data standard by the UK Government and partners to show where the UK is investing in developing countries.