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Understanding security: What makes migrants and their host countries feel safe or unsafe in times of crisis?
What makes migrants and their host countries feel safe or unsafe in times of crisis? Annette Idler discusses what really influences people's perceptions and experiences of security.
Toward a Declaration on Future Generations
A key UN proposal to issue a Declaration on Future Generations and commit to institutional reforms could mark an inflection point in longstanding multilateral efforts to manage crises and place long-term sustainable development on secure foundations.
Alumna officially elected as vice-presidential candidate for the 2023 Paraguay general elections
Alumna Soledad Nuñez Mendez (MPP 2018) has been officially elected as vice-presidential candidate for the 2023 general elections. She is the first woman ever to be elected as a vice-presidential candidate.
How one Chinese local government deals with the effect of COVID-19 policy on the economy: the case of Yibin
How has China, one of the countries with the strictest COVID-19 prevention policies, balanced pandemic prevention and control with economic development? The city of Yibin in Sichuan province provides an interesting example.
Kenya, Pakistan and Brazil show the power of South-South exchanges in education
Following a meeting of educational leaders from Kenya, Pakistan and Brazil in Northeast Brazil, João Pedro Caleiro reflects on the importance of South-South cooperation in the field of education to build transnational networks and improve learning practices.
The Oxford Covid-19 Government Response Tracker (OxCGRT) collects systematic information on policy measures that governments have taken to tackle COVID-19.
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