Politics

 
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/ Politics

28 May 2014

 

Sushil Koirala has surprised leaders by rebuffing his family’s inheritance in favour of a simpler way of life

 
Press Conf IPU and UN Women
 

/ Politics

10 Apr 2014

 

A growing number of women in parliament indicate an encouraging trend towards equality

 
Tunisian President Marzouki gestures after signing the country's new constitution in Tunis
 

/ Politics

05 Mar 2014

 

Significant advances for women are among a catalogue of new rights for citizens, in what is being widely received as the most progressive constitution in the Arab world

 
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, / Peace, Peace & Democracy, Politics

27 Nov 2013

 

Iran has agreed to temporarily suspend its nuclear programme in exchange for the relaxation of sanctions, which could boost its stagnant economy by $7bn

 
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/ Politics

01 Nov 2013

 

When genocide tore through Rwanda in the early 1990s, women endured a particularly tough struggle. But in September, Rwanda elected a parliament with 64% of seats held by women – more than in any other country in the world

 
Uruguay's president-elect Jose Mujica celebrates winning the presidential run-off election in Montevideo
 

/ Politics

11 Apr 2013

 

Despite being the figurehead of a country on the up, Uruguay president José Mujica donates his earnings to charity and lives on a small modest farm. Matthew Pike considers how his grounded principles are changing the political landscape

 
JL agency visit 2
 

/ Peace & Democracy, Politics

14 Jun 2012

 

A public meeting on how links between corporate lobbying and politics can be made more transparent is to be held in Manchester on 15 June

 
SG Meeting
 

/ Economics & Innovation, New Economics, Peace & Democracy, Politics, Sustainable Development, Wellbeing

01 Jun 2012

 

At a landmark UN meeting on happiness, delegates proposed making wellbeing the central goal of economic development

 
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/ Politics

27 Mar 2012

 

Green House wants a random panel of people to have the power to veto legislation that could negatively affect future generations

 
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/ Politics, Positive Perspective

05 Dec 2011

 

Ellie Mae O'Hagan takes in the atmosphere outside St Paul's

 
Michael Meacher MP for Oldham West and Royton
 

/ Politics

10 Oct 2011

 

Labour MP Michael Meacher shares his views on science, spirituality and being a politician

 
World Food Prize
 

, / Food, Politics

02 Sep 2011

 

John Agyekum Kufuor and Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva awarded The World Food Prize 2011

 
“This is just the start”
 

/ Justice, Politics, Positive Perspective

12 Jun 2011

 

Polly Higgins: Bolivia’s Law for Mother Earth could spark a new world of ecological justice

 
David Cameron and Chris Huhne
 

/ New Economics, Politics, Sustainable Development

12 Jun 2011

 

New targets see Britain take the lead on climate change

 
Bolivia to give legal rights to the Earth
 

/ Conservation, Justice, Politics, Sustainable Development

12 Jun 2011

 

Law of Mother Earth sees Bolivia pilot new social and economic model based on protection of and respect for nature

 

Renewables can power the world

 
 

/ Politics, Renewable Energy

08 Jun 2011

 

Almost 80% of the world‘s energy supply could be met by renewable energy in 2050, if governments implement the right policies, a new report shows.

 

Alternative vote would increase power of average UK voter, says new report

 
 

/ Politics

06 May 2011

 

Independent analysis from think-tank nef (the new economics foundation) shows that the alternative vote, or AV, would increase the power of the average voter

 
Marina Silva: leading Brazil’s green revolution
 

/ Conservation, Politics

15 Mar 2011

 

After a convincing third place in her first time standing for the Brazilian presidency, environmentalist Marina Silva offers hope for a sustainable future in Brazil

 

Why Measuring Happiness Matters

 
 

Politics, Wellbeing

06 Dec 2010

 

Nic Marks proposes that the government's plans to measure wellbeing mark a significant step forward

 

Government to Measure Wellbeing

 
 

/ Politics, Wellbeing

06 Dec 2010

 

The wellbeing of people in the UK is to be measured and the findings used to inform future government policy