Studies suggest transparency and accountability lead to positive social and economic outcomes. Good governance, therefore, lies in the degree to which authorities to be subject to scrutiny, as well as the willingness of citizens to demand access to information.
According to the World Health Organization, 45% of all abortions worldwide are unsafe. More than 22,000 women die from these unsafe procedures every year. As… Read More »Abortion Laws: Conflict and Consequences
Australia’s treatment of asylum seekers has been an ongoing controversy for some time. Every year, around 1 million new people seek asylum worldwide. By mid-2021… Read More »Australia’s Asylum Crisis: Protection or Punishment?
Every year, on the 5th of December, we celebrate International Volunteer Day. The day honours the thousands of individuals who dedicate their time to volunteer.… Read More »December 5: International Volunteer Day
Global warming leading to climate change is a worldwide problem. Emissions of greenhouse gases have a global impact, unlike some other forms of pollution. Whether they are emitted in Asia, Africa, Europe, or the Americas, they rapidly