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Foreign aid, reparations, and community investment

Dr. Christopher Stanfill, international development professional in New York, writes on how we need to rethink the lens through which foreign aid is viewed.

Food excess is the neglected issue in the hospitality industry

Thailand: The food waste hacker Benjamin Lephilibert, writes on why food waste is the elephant in the room, especially in the hotel sector.

Young people against disaster

Watch the wonderful documentary directed by Sean Fine and Andrea Nix Fine, and the story of three exceptional children preparing for a music competition.

Fix your community yourself

Ben Berkowitz has developed an idea after getting frustrated with city hall’s lack of response to graffiti in his neighborhood.

Coronavirus: the good, the bad and the return of politics

Belgrade: The coronavirus threat has united the world under one threat but has also signaled a return to philosophical and political thinking, argues activist Filip Milenkovic in an interview with OLBIOS.

Data governance in the public sector: The buzz and the practice

Arturo Rivera Perez, Policy Analyst at OECD, shows how to achieve good data governance that leads to cohesion and integration

Fishing in Troubled Waters: Political Polarization, Disruption, and Geopolitics.

Dominican Republic: Writing in OLBIOS, Ricardo David Ruiz Cepeda analyses tribal human nature, polarized societies, widespread social irrationality and possible ways to overcome it.

Data governance in the public sector: The buzz and the practice

Arturo Rivera Perez, Policy Analyst at OECD, writes on the connection between good data governance and cohesion and integration

Unlocking the potential of innovation for development

In her article to OLBIOS, Paola Cervo shows how international aid could play a significant role in supporting innovation for social good in developing countries

Is there hope for Haiti? Depends on who’s telling the story.

Is there hope for Haiti? Depends on who’s telling the story.

How can humanitarian aid become more effective?

Reinier Van Hoffen writes from the Netherlands on the constructive interplay between tacit knowledge and science in relation to aid effectiveness.

Change and the world changes with you

In her article for OLBIOS, Caroline Heider, an international development expert, writes on what really matters and how growth can be too much of a good thing. Aligning Incentives to Count What Matters

A dire need for Peacebuilding

We are experiencing more peace, according to the Global Peace Index But the reality around the globe tells a different story, one that makes peacebuilding necessary, writes Vahe Mirikian, OLBIOS Correspondent in USA.

The case against ‘nationalist isolationism'

In his article to OLBIOS, Diego Gómez Pickering argues that people are at the forefront of the new socio-political paradigm that will shape up the rest of this century

The relief work that hurts and the work that really helps

Alabama, USA : Catherine Parrill, CEO of the Creative Exchanges Initiative, shares her insights at OLBIOS

The idea of a strong Europe

FOMOSO, a platform on a vital European region

The work of the European Movement International

The European voices of integration

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sAS9KPbmCH8[/su_youtube]    The European Movement is the largest pan-European network of pro-European organisations. It is present in...

Republic Lost

Lawrence Lessig interviews Edward Snowden

What the Wall Street protesters achieved

The Occupy Wall Street movement

Is there such thing as a "happy" country?

depending on the definition, results are surprisingly different

Surprise: development IS succeeding

Charles Kenny's book Getting Better

The answers of Gemma Mortensen

the work of Crisis Action

Let me now serve you the food of your enemy

the excellent idea of the Conflict Kitchen

Can art affect political change?

an excellent panel from the New School

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