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Reaction Paper 4 for the EFF Course

Posted by Oumie Sissokho on August 20, 2014 at 12:26am 0 Comments

Nguyen in section four raises an important issue about biasness in the selection of sources or subjects which could have serious implications on our work about the future. Prediction, especially in a world where uncertainty and of course greater understanding of possible incidents exist side by side, it is necessary for states and other actors to become more prepared in responding to needs such as security and financial stability. In addition, it also helps us to prepare for calamities that…


"Corporations as Agents of Change"

Posted by Carnegie Council on August 18, 2014 at 5:01pm 0 Comments

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This episode of Impact, Carnegie Council's podcast series that explores global business ethics, features guests Carole Basri, professor at Fordham Law School; Alice Korngold, president of Korngold Consulting; Aneel Karnani, economist at University of Michigan; Christine…


Change Education to Change the World

Posted by Julia Tofan on August 18, 2014 at 10:24am 1 Comment

Julia Tofan

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               "It can't be done" has been reiterated to me a hundred times over throughout my education thus far, and I believe that in order to change the world, we must change this attitude that hovers over our students and hampers their passion and initiative. When I grew tired of listening to the same lecture presented in school every day, I asked to skip a grade so that I could challenge myself and learn at a…


Reaction Paper on Section 3 of the EFF course on Of all Possible Future Worlds

Posted by Oumie Sissokho on August 15, 2014 at 2:07pm 0 Comments

There is an intense debate about the possibility of global peace and security when the peoples of the world, through communities, states and institutions have common goals and ambitions. It is true that peace, security and stability are some of the most fundamental things that enable humans to thrive whether in politics or economics. However, man has almost always been indulged in competition, whether for socio-economic resources, cultural or political gains. This competition indeed is…


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Rights, Civic and Individual

Started by Xie Ming Mai. Last reply by Xie Ming Mai Aug 11. 6 Replies

There is a vague effort underway to assert that such rights exist and are universal.One may prepare such a list of rights, but try and rank them in order of priority!I am rather fatigued by those who pontificate and then do not make their list.Here…Continue

Partnering up to research online political activism in democratic policy-making process

Started by Zsuzsi Rabai. Last reply by John M Bunzl Jun 17. 1 Reply

Dear All, I am studying at the University of Amsterdam, finishing my masters in Political Science this June. I was wondering if anyone has studied online political activism in democratic policy-making process recently, and if so, would you be up for…Continue

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