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How to detoxify your workplace   
In the words of the historian Henry Adams, power is a “tumour that ends by killing the victim’s sympathies”, and recent revelations about those sitting at the top of power hierarchies would seem to bear this out. The Harvey Weinstein scandal has shone a light on how Hollywood icons used success as ...
Digital Traceability in the Fight against Illicit Trade: Improving rules and practices   
Illicit trade and counterfeiting pose an increasing economic, social and security threat to many countries and affects health, safety and trust among citizens. Consequently, businesses, policymakers, consumer protection organisations and enforcement authorities are redoubling their efforts to tackle...
Queenslanders - North and South - back Adani loan veto: poll   
Queenslanders - North and South - back Adani loan veto: poll A new ReachTEL poll of over 2,181 Queenslanders, commissioned by The Australia Institute, has found strong support for Queensland parties choosing to veto a federal subsidised loan for the Adani coal project.To accompany the polling (ful...
Promoting Higher and More Inclusive Growth in MENA   
Featuring Jihad Azour, Director, Middle East and Central Asia Department, International Monetary Fund Panelists Rabah Arezki, Chief Economist, Middle East and North Africa Region, World Bank Uri Dadush, Senior Fellow, OCP Policy Center and Principal, Economic Policy International, LLC Michele Dunn...
Here's how to be a great persuader in your career   
Every professional needs to be able to persuade. If you want to negotiate, sell an idea or receive buy-in from your colleagues, you need to understand the art of persuasion. To advocate for yourself you need to persuade. Great persuaders do three things: 1. They keep it simple. If you want to persu...
Organizational change is tough. Here are three rules to help get it right   
“Cross the river by feeling the stones” - Deng Xiaoping In 1888, French chemist Henri Le Chatelier discovered a natural principle that applies when a system is in crisis. Every stable system will respond to change by trying to restore its original condition. Put another way, he deduced that any sys...
Bill Gates is building a smart city in Arizona   
Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates has purchased nearly 25,000 acres of land in southwestern Arizona for the construction of a brand-new "smart city," AZ Central reports. In conjunction with Belmont Partners, who holds the property, Gates's investment firm Cascade Investment LLC has committed $8...
What Twitter tells us about our happiness   
How do we quantify the well-being of a population in real time? Traditionally, we've done so with a mixture of key economic indicators, from GDP to consumer confidence indices. But are people happy? Do they believe their lives—their personal stories—are going well? Do they have hope for the future?...
Salvadoran President Reaffirms Commitment to Advance Transitional Justice in El Salvador   
By Salvador Ernesto Pineda,?Senior Research Fellow at the Council on Hemispheric AffairsTo download a PDF of this article,?click here.There are recent and promising signs that the process of transitional justice is taking hold in El Salvador, albeit in a very slow and fragile way, with little resist...
Redirecting Adani’s NAIF loan into other industries   
Redirecting Adani’s NAIF loan into other industries Stopping the NAIF loan to Adani and redirecting it to other industries makes good sense economically, environmentally and politically.The Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) is a federal agency that provides concessional finance. Ad...
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