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Indigenous programmes and evaluation: An excluded worldview
health service delivery for, and by, the indigenous Māori peoples of ... ronments, relationships, and constructions of the world (Kukutai,. 2011; Pool & Kukutai, 2014; Walker, 1990). Accounts from early encounters describe a well-built, muscular and healthy Māori popula- ...... Third world health, hostage to first world wealth.
International Biopolitics: Foucault, Globalisation and Imperialism
Abstract: In this article, I present a new Foucauldian reading of the international, via Foucault's concept of 'biopolitics'. I begin by sur- veying the existing Foucauldian perspectives on the international, which mostly take as their point of departure Foucault's concept of. 'governmentality', and mostly diagnose a 'global ...
Contrasting Dynamics of Crisis Negotiations: Barricade versus
Keywords: negotiation, hostage, terrorist, kidnapping, crisis, barricade, criminal. Introduction ... with hostage incidents in many countries of the world. A wealth of literature has been published about the strategies, techniques, and dynamics involved in ... The first part of this study will provide an overview of trends, characteris-.
Water for Growth and Development*
2.3 GROWTH STALLED IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: HOSTAGE TO HYDROLOGY? 25. 2.4 WATER-USING .... In the late 19th and early 20th Centuries, all industrialized countries invested heavily in hydraulic .... quantity and quality of water for production, livelihoods and health, coupled with an acceptable level of risk to ...
Even It Up: Time to end extreme inequality
hostage by the low income of their parents, their gender and their race. The good ... Nthabiseng was born to a poor black family in Limpopo, a rural area in. South Africa. On the same day, Pieter was born nearby in a rich suburb of. Cape Town. .... Absurd levels of wealth exist alongside desperate poverty around the world.
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global economy. WTO dispute settlement focuses countries' attention on the rules . Once a verdict has been announced, countries concentrate on complying with the .... In Africa today, for the first time, fewer than half the people live in such poverty. Trade has been an important component in the development and poverty.
The Medical Cost Pandemic: Why Limiting Access to Cost-Effective
Jan 2, 2015 ... World Health Organization as first-line for partial and generalized tonic-clonic seizures in developing countries," even though "its purported propensity to cause sedation and other cognitive and behavioral side effects has relegated it to second- or third-line use in many parts of the industrialized world"); see ...
Global Health and Politics: Julia Alvarez' Saving the World
ideals of healing the world clashes with local politics and foreign policies. It also questions the ethical issues behind the use of third world volunteers in the testing of medicines manufactured by the first world pharmaceutical companies. In the recent years, Dominican American author Julia Alvarez has shifted the focus of.
Politics, Power, Poverty and Global Health: Systems and Frames
Aug 6, 2016 ... In a series of articles in this journal the roles of power and politics in global health have been addressed in considerable detail. Three points are added here to this debate. The first is consideration of how the use of definitions and common terms, for example 'poverty eradication,' can mask full exposure of ...
Impact of Globalization on Health GLOBALIZATION
consumers of essential drugs in South Africa and other developing countries. POST-APARTHEID HEALTH ... boasted the world's first heart transplant) to new primary health care (PHC) clin- ics. Paying for expensive ... situation was so dire, in part because most wealthy white South Africans were covered by private sector ...
petitively in pursuit of wealth, security, status, power, and survival. ... world belong ?" And, who should be permitted the "priv- ilege" or "right" to survive and flourish? There may be immediate answers to the problems of improving employee productivity, morale, and health in ...... There is a Third World in the First World, just as.
A More Secure World: Our Shared Responsibility
A more secure world: Our shared responsibility*. Report of the High-level Panel on Threats,. Challenges and Change. United Nations. 2004. *with endnotes ..... Historians may well look back on the first years of the twenty-first century as a deci- ... build public health capacity throughout the developing world, at both local.
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Jan 1, 2013 ... Human Rights Watch is dedicated to protecting the human rights of people around the world. We stand with victims and activists to prevent discrimination, to uphold political freedom, to protect people from inhumane conduct in wartime, and to bring offenders to justice. We investigate and expose human ...
We the Peoples
health, are better educated, and on the whole face more favourable economic prospects. ... challenge we face today is to ensure that globalization becomes a positive force for all the world's people, instead of leaving billions of them behind in squalor ... The world's first computer had just been constructed; it filled a large.
Jacqueline Vaughn Switzer
culture production, energy efﬁciency, health, reduction of poverty, and reduction ... Population growth and consumption in the wealthy countries is the primary .... First, there are differences in the ages of populations in the industrialized and developing worlds. As we approach the turn of the century, about one of every.
Hostage-taking: motives, resolution, coping and effects
children for deportation to the North American colonies for employment purposes. Contemporary. There are many motives for contemporary hostage-taking. ..... ( World Health Organization 1992). Characteristic features (which must have lasted for at least 2 years) are: a hostile or mistrustful attitude towards the. •. • world.
The globalization of crime - A transnational organized crime threat
Consumer goods from East Asia to Europe. 175. 8.2. Medicines from South- and East Asia to South-East Asia and Africa ... Around the world, organized crime has changed strategic doctrines and threat assessments. Armies ... First, since crime has gone global, purely national responses are inadequate: they displace the ...
What Do Non-Governmental Organizations Do?
One of those implementing partners is Action Africa Health ... sure, NGOs have played a growing role in development since the end of World War II. ... One early estimate calculated the total resources disbursed for development projects through NGOs to have risen from $0.9 billion in 1970 to $6.3 billion in 1993, measured in ...
CLIMATE CHANGE POLICY - IDEOLOGY OR EVIDENCE
For 30 years the ideology has been 'global warming' – that's not what the evidence shows. The cause of climate ... not carbon tax wealth transfers or moralizing public hysteria over modern day. 'weather cooking.' .... WESTERN INDUSTRIALIZED NATIONS HELD HOSTAGE BY “CLIMATE CREDITORS”. “The opportunity ...
The state of the world's land and water resources for food and
First published 2011 with FAO by Earthscan. 2 Park Sq. Milton Park, Abingdon, OX14 4RN ... Managing soil health and fertility. 140. Soil moisture management for rainfed areas. 145 ... will increase by 70 percent in the world and by 100 percent in the developing coun- tries. Yet both land and water resources, the basis of our ...