Impact of corruption on democracy and development ( BY William Gumede, DEMOCRACY WORKS)

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The negative impact of the twin ills of state capture coupled with corruption has had a cumulative adverse effect across society as a whole, and on the South African economy particularly. These threats continue to inhibit economic opportunities and development, and undermine the public’s’ faith in our leaders and institutions. This policy brief unpacks the different levels and layers of corruption

Harassment in the Legal Profession ( International Bar Association): FORWARD BY Julia Gillard AC

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The legal profession has a problem. In 2018, the International Bar Association (IBA) and market research company Acritas conducted the largest-ever global survey on bullying and sexual harassment in the profession. Nearly 7,000 individuals from 135 countries responded to the survey, from across the spectrum of legal workplaces: law firms, in-house, barristers’ chambers, government...


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A short descriptions of some amazing destinations around Pokhara.


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According to the Guardian, it is " A landmark bill which would set a target of zero carbon emissions for New Zealand by 2050 has been tabled in the New Zealand parliament."

A fair go for First Australians

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The policies proposed by the Australian Labour Party to dramatically raise and improve the relationships with First Nations people are bold and innovative.

Promoting accessible tourism

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Nepal is start emerging as accessible tourism destination. Let's start a review of few places: Hotel Hardhik and Chandragiri Hill

Introducing IPBES' 2019 Global Assessment Report on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services

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A new global report regarding the state of nature, ecosystems and biodiversity will be launched next week in Paris by Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES). The current draft report will be finalized at the five-day meeting to be held at the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris.

18th Session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII)

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The forum will convene in New York under the theme "traditional knowledge: Generation, transmission and protection”.Established by the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) in 2000, the Forum provides it with advice and recommendation on indigenous issues. The 16 independent experts of the Forum who work in their own capacities.

Basketball for All

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Basketball is for everyBODY.


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In the recent wheelchair basketball camp for female players organized by the International Wheelchair Basketball Federation, Asia Oceania in Thailand, we had the pleasure to sit with its Secretary, General Don Perriman. During the interview Don that was, once again instrumental in allowing the participation of the Nepali team in the training, explains the objectives of the camp and future options and possibilities to develop the wheelchair basketball in the region.