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13 Dec 2013
Africa | borders | common market | free movement of labour | labour rights | Migration | poverty | Employment | Immigration | Minorities | Youth | International | Society
Migration has remained a key concern in Africa over time; with research focused on identifying the patterns of migration, scope of migration, and fundamentally...
22 Nov 2013
Africa | African security | Civil War | Defence | Ethnic conflict | poverty | religious conflict | security studies | Minorities | Economy General | War/peace | International | Economy
It is clear that there are a lot of very serious issues that the African governments have to solve when dealing with the threats to the population’s...
1 Feb 2013
It has for a long time been recognized that migration is in large part caused by economic factors; people leave poorer rural areas and move to the city, they...
28 Jan 2013
Development aid | India | Overseas Development Assistance | poverty | UK | Economic policy | Asia | Global | International | Economy
In November 2012 the UK’s International Development Secretary, Justine Greening, announced that “We [the British government] have agreed that the...
24 Jan 2013
On New Year’s Day 2013 India launched one of the most ambitious anti-poverty programs in history. It marked a radical change from India’s previous...
10 Jan 2013
Catholic Church | Church | contraception | Family planning | Family values | Gender | Marriage | Philippines | poverty | Reproductive Health Bill | sex | Family | Marriage | Religions | Religion | Society
To describe the political progress of the Reproductive Health Bill through the parliament of the Philippines as tortuous would be an understatement. However,...
25 May 2012
aid | crime | Crime & Policing | Criminals | Deviance | Deviant | Education | Frustration | ghetto | Government | poverty | Punishment | Riots | social deprivation | Society | Support | TAX | Uprising | Victim | wealth | Law | Society
Since the advent of modern social science, sociologists and criminologists have been preoccupied with finding the answer to what is the root cause of criminal...
2 Mar 2012
Sponsoring a child is a popular way of supporting charity work in the developing world - countries where people don’t have much money. Many charities run...
17 Feb 2012
Gambling is the betting of money on an outcome that is wholly or largely random. It includes things like bingo, roulette, raffles, lotteries, scratch-cards and...
13 Sep 2011
Bolsa Familia | crime | Development | higher education | Parenting | poverty | primary education | Violence | welfare | Youth | Education
The majority of the world's states have some form of welfare program meant to ensure the economic and social wellbeing of their citizens who may find...