With the increase of civil wars and armed conflicts around the world there has also been an increase in debate surrounding humanitarian aid. Natasha Dobrijevic discusses the necessity and the challenge of including education in humanitarian aid.
Among the most often neglected right in conflict zones is a child’s right to education. Natasha Dobrijevic summarizes education in emergencies statistics.
Companies from all sectors are having to confront, and adapt to, a range of disruptive forces, including an increasingly interconnected and technologically savvy world, and intense competition for natural resources. Natasha Dobrijevic explores how companies are using Corporate Social Responsibility to confront these changes.
In countries and communities where war and natural disasters can last for years, children are not given the opportunity to realize their right to eduction. Natasha Dobrijevic explores the new Education Cannot Wait fund and what it means for the future of education in emergencies.
Our program editors consider how the U.S. should respond to the mass shooting in Orlando.
Britons are set to vote in next week’s referendum (June 23) on their country’s membership in the EU, For this week’s Editors’ Forum, we asked our NAOC Program Editors whether Britain should ‘leave’ or ‘remain.’
Should 9/11 survivors and victims’ families be able to sue Saudi Arabia for damages? For this week’s Editors’ Forum, we asked the NAOC Program Editors whether the White House should veto the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA), which recently passed through the Senate and awaits a hearing and vote in the House of Representatives.
The NATO Association’s program editors and research analysts debate whether Canada should continue selling military equipment to Saudi Arabia.
As rumours swirl of preparations for a fifth North Korean nuclear test, our program editors consider how the international community should respond the next time.