EMIN European Bus Tour Campaign for Guaranteed Minimum Income Schemes across Europe

By European Minimum Income Network (EMIN) 2 Buses, 32 Countries, 64 days, over 120 events and over a thousand volunteers for Guaranteed Minimum Income Schemes.   On 24 April the EMIN partners, together with experts by experience, Commissioner Marianne Thyssen, Mairead McGuinness, (Vice President European Parliament), more than 20 civil society organisations, members of the […]

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NYC Takes Historic Step in Local Tracking of Progress Toward Global Goals

By: Alexandra Hiniker, Strategic Relationships Manager, NYC Mayor’s Office for International Affairs New York City will become the first city in the world to report directly to the United Nations on the status of its implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) during the High-Level Political Forum this July. The publication will be called a […]

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How the Human Rights Movement Failed

By Samuel Moyn Published April 23, 2018 in the New York Times The human rights movement, like the world it monitors, is in crisis: After decades of gains, nearly every country seems to be backsliding. Viktor Orban in Hungary, Rodrigo Duterte in the Philippines and other populist leaders routinely express contempt for human rights and […]

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Integrate sustainability pledges into the future EU budget

By People’s Budget campaign European decision-makers, civil society organisations, academics and other stakeholders from all over Europe call on the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission to integrate sustainability into the next Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) of the EU. The EU budget is not an accounting tool, but a means to achieve common political […]

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