Through its collaborations, UNICEF is proving the effectiveness of joining forces with other powers to exhibit the most innovative ideas, services and assistive projects.
Unlike the Affordable Care Act, the AHCA seeks to reduce the federal government’s involvement in providing healthcare. In fact, the AHCA plans to cut such federal spending by $1.15 trillion.
Despite efforts by the Libyan and American governments, Libyans themselves must engage in a movement towards solidarity to ensure a civil war is avoided—which would ultimately enable terrorism and deepen economic trouble.
As of 2016, there are 300,000 unaccompanied child refugees and separated children globally, which is 66,000 more than in 2010 and a five-fold increase over the last seven years.
The Zuma Must Fall campaign led several marches last month with a unified group consisting of diverse socioeconomic backgrounds, races, and religions. The message was loud and clear.
For all four countries, the culmination of war, poverty, mass displacement, inaccessibility to aid, drought, and crop failure is a formula for famine, with the ultimate result being severe food deprivation that threatens millions.
Trump is not just actualizing or enabling already held sentiments, he is also expanding on such notions by fabricating a distinct American ideology that explicitly borrows from politics in Europe.
While the United States is not openly involved in attacks, there is evidence that the weaponry being used indeed originates from the U.S., which creates an unfortunate direct link to the unlawful engagements being committed.
Hillary Clinton’s defeat proves the necessity of having a strong message for change and resonating with voters based on pure idealism and dreams, and not merely just experience or practicality.
While differing national identities will always play a role in the domestic attitude of the Dominican Republic, there needs to be an increase in both the global awareness of this issue and the pressure placed on the government