This is an anxious time: we are overwhelmed by economic, social and environmental concerns – but new ideas will emerge to help resurrect us Travelling is a wonderful pick-me-up. It reminds us in these turbulent times that everyone basically has the same problems. This is an anxious time. If you’re an adult, you undoubtedly worry
86 families now hold more wealth than the poorest 11.4 million Canadians Canadians might be surprised to learn that 86 families now hold more wealth than the poorest 11.4 million Canadians. Is this a Canada to be proud of ? Hardly. According to many studies, the Canadian poverty rate remains high. A recent OECD report
Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird today announced Canadian support for five projects that will increase economic opportunity, improve security, strengthen institutions and foster lasting relationships throughout the hemisphere. Canadian federal departments, agencies and Crown corporations are engaged in more than 550 activities annually in the region in support of the Strategy for Engagement in the
Since antiquity the problem of poverty has engaged the consciences of statesmen and thinkers, but few have dared to draw the obvious context – and fuel – for it: inequality.
Contributing Ghana memories to The Afro News since June has been a personally rewarding trip into my past and a stimulus to bring myself up-to-date on the country’s current reality. Ghanaians deserve to be proud of the progress toward democracy and effective governance which led President Obama to choose their country for his first visit