Communication the Pavement to Build Peace
Communication the Pavement to Build Peace Author: Diana Chávez Acosta Conflicts between individuals or groups arise from miscommunication, the way we express things are usually more influential than what we are actually saying. Imagine all the conflicts and inconveniences we could avoid by first expressing ourselves correctly and most of
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Short series: Circular Economy in brief Part 3
Short series: Circular Economy in brief Part 3. Disposal Author: Alonso Muñoz Solís The aim of this 3-piece series of papers is to introduce the reader to the characteristics of a circular economic system. I will do so by comparing each of the phases of the linear system with those
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Short series: Circular Economy in brief Part 2
Short series: Circular Economy in brief Part 2. Energy, Production and Usage Author: Alonso Muñoz Solís The aim of this 3-piece series of papers is to introduce the reader to the characteristics of a circular economic system. I will do so by comparing each of the phases of the linear
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Short series: Circular Economy in brief Part 1
Short series: Circular Economy in brief. Part 1. Introduction Author: Alonso Muñoz Solís The aim of this 3-piece series of papers is to introduce the reader to the characteristics of a circular economic system. I will do so by comparing each of the phases of the linear system with those put
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Global Governance to address  Proliferation of Small Arms and Light Weapons
Global Governance to address Proliferation of Small Arms and Light Weapons to prevent Armed Conflicts and promote Peace Author: Suchitra Rautela Joshi Somalia became a free country in 1960. It was then ruled by a dictator since 1969 until a civil war broke out with the collapse of the regime in
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[De]Coded Discrimination
[De]Coded Discrimination: A Human Rights Based Approach to Automated Immigration Decision Systems Authors: Leah Durst-Lee, Christina Martinez, Montserrat Picado Campos Automated immigration decision systems have increasingly been used around the world despite serious concerns of human rights violations. Two such countries, the United States and Canada, have employed these systems
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The phenomenon of the Child Soldiers between International Law
The phenomenon of the Child Soldiers between International Law, UN Humanitarian Action and State responsibility. In memory of Samuel Opiyo Author: Elianna Baldi We worked in Central African Republic (CAR) from 2011 to 2019.  In 2016 we met a Ugandan boy, Samuel Opiyo, who escaped from the Lord’s Resistance Army
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Energy Transition must be Gender Responsive
Energy Transition must be Gender Responsive. A just and holistic energy transition can best happen when women have a greater say in planning and decision-making Author: Suchitra Rautela Joshi “We are still living with the results of millennia of patriarchy that excludes women and prevents their voices from being heard,”
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The “war on drugs” campaign of Rodrigo Duterte
The “war on drugs” campaign of Rodrigo Duterte and appropriate transitional justice to meet the investigation of the crimes Author: Jenny Brömel This is Jennilyn Olayres holding her partner Michael Siaron, 30. He was “a pedicab driver, who was shot dead and killed by unidentified riding in tandem suspects” (Lerma,
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La intratabilidad del conflicto agrario del Bajo Aguan
La intratabilidad del conflicto agrario del Bajo Aguan, retos hacia el establecimiento de la paz Autora: Josselyn Nohely Estrada Matute El conflicto agrario del bajo Aguán, a diferencia de la mayoría de los conflictos por tenencia de tierras, no tiene su origen inicialmente en una acción ilegal de despojo. Si
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