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Earth jurisprudence is a branch of philosophy that challenges some of the foundational assumptions in most modern legal systems. In a general sense, it argues that everything on earth is interconnected, and dependent on each other for survival. Particularly, and more...
A few years ago, writing a blog on the topic of advocacy would not have been possible because the term would not have been immediately associated with philanthropy. However, the history of advocacy is long and has been constantly intertwined with philanthropy....
Il y a quelques années, écrire un blog sur ce sujet n’aurait pas été possible car ce terme – qu’on traduit par “plaidoyer” en langue française – n’aurait pas été immédiatement associé à la philanthropie. Pourtant, l’histoire de l’advocacy est longue et s’est trouvée...
On 11 September 2001, the United States witnessed the deadliest attack on American soil since Pearl Harbor. Two decades later, what are the lingering effects? Marking the 20th anniversary of 9/11, Executive Education Director and Professor of International History and...
The world has been ravaged by the COVID-19 pandemic since early 2020 when the World Health Organization declared it “a public health emergency of international concern”. As countries and territories were trying to navigate the uncharted territory of the threat, it was...
La coopération au développement a-t-elle permis de combattre les inégalités dans le monde au cours de 50 dernière années? Eléments de réponse avec Gilbert Rist, professeur honoraire de l'Institut des hautes études internationales et du développement, qui enseignait...
The civil aviation industry, with its numerous airlines that transport passengers around the globe, has seen decades of significant growth and has therefore also become an important contributor to global greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). While many institutions,...
La version originale de cet article a été publiée dans The Conversation le 6 mai 2021. En juillet 2020, Google et le Groupe sur l’observation de la Terre (GEO) ont annoncé le financement de 32 projets dans 22 pays pour relever les défis environnementaux et, en...
A little excursion into motivation, inertia, feel-good solutions and the need to finally get educated on what we put into our mouths. Introduction Greetings fellow Graduate Institute Community and friends from across the globe. I hope that this short article finds you...
The Youth in many African countries have over the years made bold statements to communicate their increasing desire to engage in the development of their communities and countries. In 2003, at the 13th International Conference on AIDS and STIs in Africa, the youth...
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