The article analyses the cause and impact of persistent yearly smog in Lahore, Pakistan and the steps taken to solve the problem.
The article analyses the new health insurance scheme in Pakistan and how it may improve the existing healthcare system.
The article analyses where Pakistan stands in its efforts to digitise its systems and services and integrate cybersecurity with its networks.
Travelling between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland should not require the presentation of photographic ID, by law. But identification checks are happening- and people of color are being targeted.
Research by the World Bank shows that over 50% of children in developing countries cannot read a simple story by the age of 10. This learning poverty impacts on their educational progress in the future affecting their skills thus human capital inefficiencies. As a result, developing countries lag behind when it comes to economic growth and development.
The absence of laws and regulations of social media have allowed misinformation and propaganda to skew political opinions in Pakistan.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has continued to exacerbate economic suffering among poor countries which are already grappling with political and economic issues. At the centre of this suffering is food inflation which is making life unbearable for people.
Femonationalism in the Indian context is visible in the nexus of right-wing populism, patriarchy, and Islamophobia.
Assessing the scale of destruction, causes, and the international, local and government response to the Pakistan Monsoon Floods of 2022.
Africa has contributed the least towards Climate change ( less than 4% of carbon emissions) yet her people are the most vulnerable. Climate Justice for Africa is anchored on advocating and pushing for equal sharing of the burden of Climate Change and recognition that even though it’s incumbent upon everyone to #ActNow, wealthier nations need to do more to finance Climate change adaptation in Africa.
Tunisia? You might be wondering, what is Tunisia, is it edible? (As a Tunisian who works with foreigners, I get this all the time). To make it clear at once, Tunisia, officially the Republic of Tunisia, is the northernmost country in Africa and a part of the Maghreb region of North Africa. It is bordered…