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In the past couple of years, Asia has been witnessing increased momentum in policy action supportive of environmental and social objectives aligned with the SDGs and the Paris Agreement. Notably, Thailand and Japan have both published their National Action Plans (NAPs) on Business and Human Rights...
The United Nations has estimated the population of youth between 15 and 24 year-olds worldwide of 1.2 billion in 2019 and projected to increase to 1.3 billion by 2030. This number occupies for 16 per cent of the global population. The age range of youth is defined differently between countries and...
Earlier this year, Oxfam and International Rivers planned the Asia Women and Rivers Congress in Can Tho city of Mekong Delta, in Vietnam. Due to the pandemic, we were not able to hold a face to face meeting and resorted to the series of three online workshop series. The workshops were convened on...
Over a decade in my works in communication and media related, I have written various pieces that reflects the life of people and their reality. The Oxfam’s Water Governance Program’s Women Leader Profile is both a challenging and rewarding process. After engaging in the process of hearing about...
Acknowledging the positive impact of solar energy, and the negative impact of hydropower dam construction, Green ID urged ASEAN government on scaling up the RE policy consideration in order to promote RE, particularly solar panel within ASEAN countries.
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