• The Trafficking of Persons (Prevention, Protection and Rehabilitation) Bill, 2018 is India' first comprehensive anti-trafficking bill seeking to deal with the crime from the point of prevention, protection and rehabilitation. It was passed in the Lok Sabha on 26 July.
  • As Maharashtra gears up for a Maratha protest on Thursday, various factions of the Maratha Kranti Morcha, the organisation that has been spearheading the cause, have decided not to go ahead with the strike. One of the main demands of the community is reservation in government jobs and education. The…
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Climate Change or Destruction of Nature (48.8%)


Have we ever though of one of most dangerous act done by human, which can cause to destroy whole planet? We always thought to give back to our near dear with prestigious gift on their birthday, anniversary and wish to spend quality time but have we ever thought what we are giving back to nature? from where we get life (Oxygen) and Potential to get food and other basic necessity? If we cannot return what we are taking from Environment then at least do not destroy   Read More..

Remedies

Plantations

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Reduce water waste

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Invest in energy-efficient appliances

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Large Scale Conflict/Wars - 38.9%


38.9 percent of those polled ranked the possibility of large-scale war as the most serious global issue. Wars mostly happens because of political and/or economic reasons. ... The responsibility for the innocent deaths taken by war, is then shared by the people of that country. War arises because of the changing relations of numerous variables--technological Read More

Remedies

Economic Equality

These issues are of critical importance as economic growth and sustainability are often key drivers to the success of a nation in generating peace and stability. Read More

Agricultural Sustainability & Climate Change

We currently have almost a billion people in the world hungry, with over five million people dying every year from hunger. Lack of agricultural development is certainly a factor, but climate change is also reducing the viability of land, making it impossible to cultivate high yields of crop without significant investments in irrigation. With booming populations, and increasing demands on agriculture, this has to be addressed. Read More

Justice and Human Rights

The level of injustice (in all its forms) and continuing human rights abuses occurring worldwide serve to exacerbate the stress of conflict and bring parties and populations further away from peace.Read More

Inequality (Income, Discrimination) (30.8%)


Income inequality, or the wide gap in wage growth and value between the highest-earning citizenry and the lowest-earning workers in a given nation, is increasing at an alarming rate. On a global scale, the bottom earners’ income increases by only 1.4 percent, while the top earners’ grows by 2 percent yearly. In the United States, income inequality increased the widest among developed nations  Read More

Remedies

Better taxation system

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Do the right thing

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Focus on the real problem

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Poverty (29.2%)


Poverty is not having enough material possessions or income for a person's needs. Poverty may include social, economic, and political elements. Fundamentally, poverty is the inability of having choices and opportunities, a violation of human dignity. It means lack of basic capacity to participate effectively in society. Read More

Remedies

Create Jobs

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Raise the minimum wage

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Support pay equity

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Religious Conflicts (23.9%)


Confusion may arise over whether a terrorist group has a religious agenda, a political agenda, or both. Religious conflict has a long history and it characterizes several groups today. At the same time, religious conflict may be used as a front for a hidden political agenda. Conflict occurs when something is contested. When we couple religion with conflict Read More

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Remedies 03

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Government Accountability
& Transparency / Corruption (22.7%)


Countries with high levels of corruption, or which lack effective rule of law or accountability in government are more susceptible to conflict and social unrest that than other developing countries. The persistence of corruption adversely impacts the delivery of health, education and other social benefits, and is a contributing factor to the persistence of poverty and other inequalities. Read More

Remedies

Increasing Democratic Legal Authority

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Guaranteeing Rights and the Democratic Process

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Providing Justice as a Service

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Food and Water Security (18.2%)


Water is key to food security. Crops and livestock need water to grow. Agriculture requires large quantities of water for irrigation and of good quality for various production processes. While feeding the world and producing a diverse range of non-food crops such as cotton, rubber and industrial oils in an increasingly productive way, Read More

Remedies

Produce more nutritious food with less water

Innovative technologies are required to ensure a greener and more sustainable food production. They are needed to improve crop yields; implement efficient irrigation strategies; reuse of drainage water and use of water resources of marginal quality; produce smarter ways to use fertilizer and water; improve crop protection; reduce post-harvest losses; and create more sustainable livestock and marine production.

Focus on human capacities and institutional framework

Agricultural development in the least developing countries (LDCs) lies mainly in the hands of smallholders, a large majority of whom are women. Therefore, new institutional arrangements are needed that centralize the responsibility for water regulation, yet decentralize water management responsibility and increase user ownership and participation.

Improve the value chain

From production, post-harvest handling, processing, retailing, consumption to distribution and trade, efficient water and food recycling strategies can be addressed. It can help secure environmental water requirements when reuse of treated water is not culturally acceptable for other uses.

Lack of Education (15.9%)


Lack of education has serious effects on everyone, not only people who are under-educated. People who lack education have trouble getting ahead in life, have worse health and are poorer than the well-educated. Major effects of lack of education include: poor health, lack of a voice, shorter lifespan, unemployment, exploitation and gender inequality. Read More

Remedies

Better educational infrastructure

Governments and municipalities should try to provide better educational infrastructure so that it is easier for the local population to attend school. This means that is has to be assured that the next school is not many miles away but rather in walking distance so that also children of poor families who do not own a car can attend school on a regular basis.

Financial support for poor families

It is also crucial to support poor families with financial subsidies so that their kids are able to attend school. This is quite important to fight a lack of education since poverty is a main cause why children are not able to go to school. By supporting poor families, educational inequality could be fought to a certain extent.

Raise awareness on the importance of education

Many people might not even be aware what a lack of education really means for their children. Parents may believe that a basic education taught at home is sufficient to succeed in life since they do not know better. However, with our technological progress, it is likely that education will be more important than ever to succeed in our nowadays job market.

Safety / Security / Well being (14.1%)


Security and safety challenges rank among the most pressing issues of modern times. Challenges such as, cyber-crime, terrorism, and environmental disasters impact the lives of millions across the globe. These issues also rank high on the agenda of politicians, international organizations and businesses. They also feature prominently in the public conscience and in governmental policies. Read More

Remedies

Remedies 01

Allowing time and dedicated funding for staff retreats, peer support groups, psychological or supervision support, or other individual practices.

Remedies 02

Creating space to discuss people’s well-being at the team or organizational level.

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Connecting activists with peers from other organizations so they can find solidarity and support.

Lack of Economic Opportunity
Support & Unemployment (12.1%)


Unemployment is defined by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics as people who do not have a job, have actively looked for work in the past four weeks, and currently are available for work. Also, people who were temporarily laid off and were waiting to be called back to that job are included in unemployment statistics.Read More

Remedies

Remedies 01

By ensuring political stability

Remedies 02

By controlling population growth in a country

Remedies 03

By encouraging Entrepreneurship (Self- employment)