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Fast-growing fish trade on the ‘sustainability’ menu

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UN agency puts fast-growing fish trade on the ‘sustainability’ menu Source:UN News. 22 February 2016 – Top fishery officials are gathering in Morocco this week to discuss sustainable trade practices in a $144 billion industry that provides developing countries with more export revenue than meat, tobacco, rice and sugar combined. Lower-income nations’ exports of fish and fishery products reached $78 billion in 2014, more than triple the value of global rice exports, according to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).

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Economic system endeavor to provide jobs

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Published in Newsblaze.com, Opednews.com

A good economic system features selfish incentives for creative and hardworking people. It is a system where selfishness benefits both the producer and the consumer, since the latter is the final arbiter of what is sold, as "the consumer is king." Since a bad economic/political's economy will lack adequate incentives, its workers will not produce well.

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End violence against women and girls

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UN urges 'zero tolerance at the highest levels of leadership' to end violence against women and girls
Source:UN News.

25 November 2015 – Ending gender-based violence is a top priority for achieving the United Nations founding mission of peace, development and human rights, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today, noting his specific concerns about rising violent extremism and its impact on women and girls, and calling for global collective action to end the scourge.

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End violence against women and girls

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‘Orange the World’ campaign kicks off efforts to end violence against women and girls – UN
Source:UN News.

24 November 2015 – From parades to soccer matches, school debates, and the lighting up of hundreds of iconic monuments, starting tomorrow a United Nations call to “Orange the World” will galvanize global action calling for an end to violence against women and girls, which according to the UN’s agency for gender equality (UN Women) affects one in three worldwide.

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Trafficking in Women Threatens Women's Rights

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Published in http://www.worldpress.org, Scoop Media.

Trafficking in women have been a big source of income for criminal organizations. Also, some women are involved prostitution for survival. For this reason, alternative income generation programs are needed.
According to a report in Asmita women's magazine: "The movement to suppress trafficking in Women began in England in 1869 as a campaign against state regulation of prostitution."

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Poverty Alleviation In Nepal

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Published in worldpress.org.

Creating development means creating goods and services of greater value. So now we want to talk not about wealth creation, but about human rights and freedom.

If we study the history of development and poverty, we will find that Western farm surpluses are caused mostly by productivity improvements caused by advances in farm machinery and crop chemistry (fertilizers, pesticides, etc.).

For an example of how leaders can make all the difference in people's living conditions, there is no better example than Japan.

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