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Putting the Spotlight on Women Migrant Workers

Sunday, June 25th, 2017

UNITED NATIONS, Jun 24 (IPS) – Migrant workers, and their economic contribution to the development of both the country of origin and the host country, have caught the eye of governments and policymakers worldwide.

Read the full story, “Putting the Spotlight on Women Migrant Workers”, on globalissues.org


The Middle East Is Blowing Up

Tuesday, June 20th, 2017

Every day brings another scary headline from the Middle East — which makes it easy to treat them as background noise rather than a clear and present danger. But the latest batch is reminiscent of the Balkans circa 1914, which means it may be time to tune back in. Some examples: A US Navy jet […]

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Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security

Sunday, June 18th, 2017

BUENOS AIRES, Jun 17 (IPS) – In Latin America and the Caribbean, which account for 12 per cent of the planet’s arable land, and one-third of its fresh water reserves, a number of factors contribute to soil degradation and to a rural exodus that compromises food security in a not-so-unlikely future.

Read the full story, “Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security”, on globalissues.org


Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security

Sunday, June 18th, 2017

BUENOS AIRES, Jun 17 (IPS) – In Latin America and the Caribbean, which account for 12 per cent of the planet’s arable land, and one-third of its fresh water reserves, a number of factors contribute to soil degradation and to a rural exodus that compromises food security in a not-so-unlikely future.

Read the full story, “Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security”, on globalissues.org


Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security

Sunday, June 18th, 2017

BUENOS AIRES, Jun 17 (IPS) – In Latin America and the Caribbean, which account for 12 per cent of the planet’s arable land, and one-third of its fresh water reserves, a number of factors contribute to soil degradation and to a rural exodus that compromises food security in a not-so-unlikely future.

Read the full story, “Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security”, on globalissues.org


Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security

Sunday, June 18th, 2017

BUENOS AIRES, Jun 17 (IPS) – In Latin America and the Caribbean, which account for 12 per cent of the planet’s arable land, and one-third of its fresh water reserves, a number of factors contribute to soil degradation and to a rural exodus that compromises food security in a not-so-unlikely future.

Read the full story, “Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security”, on globalissues.org


Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security

Sunday, June 18th, 2017

BUENOS AIRES, Jun 17 (IPS) – In Latin America and the Caribbean, which account for 12 per cent of the planet’s arable land, and one-third of its fresh water reserves, a number of factors contribute to soil degradation and to a rural exodus that compromises food security in a not-so-unlikely future.

Read the full story, “Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security”, on globalissues.org


Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security

Sunday, June 18th, 2017

BUENOS AIRES, Jun 17 (IPS) – In Latin America and the Caribbean, which account for 12 per cent of the planet’s arable land, and one-third of its fresh water reserves, a number of factors contribute to soil degradation and to a rural exodus that compromises food security in a not-so-unlikely future.

Read the full story, “Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security”, on globalissues.org


Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security

Sunday, June 18th, 2017

BUENOS AIRES, Jun 17 (IPS) – In Latin America and the Caribbean, which account for 12 per cent of the planet’s arable land, and one-third of its fresh water reserves, a number of factors contribute to soil degradation and to a rural exodus that compromises food security in a not-so-unlikely future.

Read the full story, “Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security”, on globalissues.org


Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security

Sunday, June 18th, 2017

BUENOS AIRES, Jun 17 (IPS) – In Latin America and the Caribbean, which account for 12 per cent of the planet’s arable land, and one-third of its fresh water reserves, a number of factors contribute to soil degradation and to a rural exodus that compromises food security in a not-so-unlikely future.

Read the full story, “Latin America’s Rural Exodus Undermines Food Security”, on globalissues.org



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