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20.12.2018

Rural-urban linkages : synergies, threats and limitations / Makiko Taguchi... [et al.]

By 2050, two thirds of the world’s population are expected to live in cities. The United Nations New Urban Agenda implies changing diets and thus the need to include sustainable food systems for the cities. So the rural areas have to transform in parallel. Secondary cities are growing enormously in...

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9.7.2018

Shower Songs reichen nicht - afrika-sued.org

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20.12.2018

Rural-urban linkages : synergies, threats and limitations / Makiko Taguchi... [et al.]

By 2050, two thirds of the world’s population are expected to live in cities. The United Nations New Urban Agenda implies changing diets and thus the need to include sustainable food systems for the cities. So the rural areas have to transform in parallel. Secondary cities are growing enormously in...
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18.4.2018

Vorläufige Evaluation der Auswirkungen der FIFA Weltmeisterschaft auf Südafrika / Eddie Cottle

In diesem Buchauszug liegt der Fokus auf den wirtschaftlichen Folgen der FIFA Weltmeisterschaft in Südafrika. Dazu gehören insbesondere der Blick auf die Ausgaben und die Einnahmen, das Wachstum in Beschäftigung und im Tourismus sowie die Auswirkungen auf die Gemeinden, die Baubranche und die...

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12.1.2018

«Profit should not be an end in itself»

The 3rd Session of an Inter-Governmental Working Group convened in October in Geneva, chaired by Guillaume Long. It is charged with elaborating an international legally binding instrument on transnational corporations and human rights. An interview.
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27.10.2017

Investment protection: A collapsing system

States sign investment protection agreements among themselves, multinational corporations can sue if they are violated. This is becoming ever more frequent. But more and more States are reacting by terminating those agreements.
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12.12.2014

Investment protection agreements being disputed

Ever more countries are denouncing their investment protection agreements. South Africa has stopped renewing them as they expire, including the one with Switzerland.

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