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Word Cup for whom and for what?

Word Cup for whom and for what?

"World Cup for whom and for what? A look upon the legacy of the World Cups in Brazil, South Africa and Germany"

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Open data in BRICS countries: a possible agenda for the future?

Open data in BRICS countries: a possible agenda for the future?

Last week two important global events were taking place at the same time: the Open Knowledge Festival, in Berlin, and the BRICS meeting, at Fortaleza, Brazil. But, in what way can both agendas interconnect?

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Gaza Under Attack!

Gaza Under Attack!

For 10 days, the Israeli army has continued to intensify its bombings of the Palestinian territory of the Gaza strip, causing the death of hundreds of Palestinian civilians, including children. The Israeli army has now launched a land invasion which will undoubtedly lead to an even greater loss of Palestinian lives.

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 The BTAP Reports

The BTAP Reports

The BTAP is an initiative launched in 2011 and rejoin over 130 organizations in over 60 countries, among them, Brazil. The movement fight for transparency and inclusiveness of the public budget - essential items to ensure the realization of human rights, social justice and environmental sustainability as well as to reduce social inequalities and reducing poverty. Check the reports of activities developed by the countries below.

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PAD - International Round Table

PAD - International Round Table

The International Round Table took place in São Paulo on November 4, 5 and 6 and had the presence ofseveral PAD sectors representatives, as well as two guest speakers: Wenche Fone (development policiesdirector at the Norwegian Church Aid) and Priya Lukka (economist boss of the Department of Politics)1.

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Working for the Few

Working for the Few

Political capture and economic inequality

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Brazilian malls look down on young, suburban strollers

Brazilian malls look down on young, suburban strollers

Fernanda Cruz / Flávia Villela / Bruno Bocchini / Isabela Vieira / Thaís Antônio - Agência Brasil

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Stop The Ball

Stop The Ball

In collaboration with the National Coordination of Popular Committees (ANCOP), the video is a production of Carla Toledo

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Grassroots groups, advocates demand dismantling of WTO

Grassroots groups, advocates demand dismantling of WTO

A total of 39 representatives from 23 organizations converged at the GOR Ngurah Rai Sports Center in Bali to participate in the said event

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Upcoming events about illicit financial and public information all around the world

Upcoming events about illicit financial and public information all around the world

Stay tunned and don't miss a chance to participate or to know about the treated subjects

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Farmers demand India pull out of Bali ministerial of WTO

Farmers demand India pull out of Bali ministerial of WTO

Their demand was straight forward - India should walk out of the ministerial talks at Bali in Indonesia.

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WTO talks flirt with failure

WTO talks flirt with failure

Pro Trade in Asia: This story is part of “Pro Trade in Asia,” POLITICO Pro’s on-the-ground series covering the WTO ministerial meeting and the TPP negotiations.

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OGP Summit: Highlights and Upcoming Opportunities

OGP Summit: Highlights and Upcoming Opportunities

From October 31 to November 1st, over 1,000 delegates from 60 countries gathered in London for the Open Government Partnership (OGP) Annual Summit.

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More poetry less poverty

More poetry less poverty

Poetry and partner stories from Latin America, Africa, south-east Asia and the Middle East, bringing together the work of Christian Aid and the art of poetry.

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