Gender inequality in the working world is something that is lamentably deeply rooted in our societies. The global economic crisis is making it worse.
The ILO reveals that the number of unemployed women could increase by 22 million in 2009
Without leadership, multilateralism rhetoric goes nowhere
From the latest independent reports regarding human rights emerge the cases of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, with a serious failure to ensure them, and Spain (like other liberal democracies) with specific cases of failure to ensure them.
- Climate Change: A New Source of Armed Conflict
por Mabel González Bustelo
The United States starts to bring back social discourse
The terrorist massacre in India
We can help improve the quality of our world and our lives
Understand the general conclusions of the economic summit in Washington
With the overblown headlines and triumphant images having just faded away, it is necessary to analyze in detail the general strategy and tactical work plan to come out of the global summit held to calm the financial chaos and the global recession.
- Ten key answers, following the Lehman Brothers' bankruptcy
por Diego Fonseca
What must the president elect of the United States do in order to avoid an economic meltdown?
Have we been sentenced to capitalism, or is this an opportunity for complete change?
From the (happy) American unipolarity to a world filled with uncertainties