Global Policy’s May 2015 edition contains, among others, articles on measuring the post-2015 development agenda, energy governance, climate change research, the EU, green shipping and holistic justice.
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The February 2015 edition of Global Policy contains, among others, articles on gridlock and accountability within international organisations, financing for international development, and initiatives for global climate governance.
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Flip It: Ex Post Scholarships Karl T. Muth - 21 May 2015

Karl Muth with a suggestion to invert thinking on how we choose and award academic scholarships in an increasingly competitive education...

Focus on Private Sector: Why Fair Trade may Never Work Maha Rafi Atal - 21 May 2015

The true goal of ethical consumption efforts was to convince businesses to behave ethically, for example by paying fair wages or using...

Human Trafficking and the “New Slavery”: Definitions, Enforcement, Understanding Pooja Gupta - 19 May 2015

Human trafficking is a pervasive problem all over the world. However, there is a difficulty in identifying and processing cases of human...

The Data Revolution: Finding the Missing Millions Elizabeth Stuart, Emma Samman, William Avis and Tom Berliner - 19 May 2015

The importance of Data for development: good quality, relevant and accessible data will allow willing governments to foster development in...

Post-2015 Targets for Non-communicable Diseases can avoid Millions of Deaths The Copenhagen Consensus Centers Post 2015 Consensus - 18 May 2015

In rich countries, the biggest causes of death are strokes, heart attacks and cancer, accounting for more than two-thirds of all deaths....

Transhumanism and War Nayef Al-Rodhan - 18 May 2015

Nayef Al-Rodhan explores the implications of the development and acquisition of human enhancement technologies for military purposes. Human...


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