We want women to save, to invest, to control their own finance and be financially independent. Yet expenses, many of which are sudden and unexpected, ruin the best laid plans for financial independence.
Financial inclusion among women has increased overtime, however, below the national average and that…
We are thrilled to launch our new special issue “What’s next for #infrastructure?”
Thanks to our contributors: @adele_carrai @pmulassano @fu_bersanetti @MilindoC and #NicolaBilotta
Head on to our website @ http://a-id.org 👇
Happy International Women's Day, from all of us at A-id!
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Have you read our new special issue #Borders and #Borderings ?(1/n)
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In the next for our special issue, Ayşe Şanlı writes on "Queuing by number in an unequal waiting regime".
The article explores #borders and #bordering practices that exist in #everydaylife where #immigrants encounter #locals
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In the next article of our special issue, "Borders and Borderings", #JamesWang writes on "#Nationalism beyond #Borders: #Populism and the Politics of Anxiety in the 21st century" (1/n)
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INVISIBILI IN MOVIMENTO
In episode #8 of the A-id podcast, Mollie Gerver, political philosopher and author of ‘The Ethics and Practice of Refugee Repatriation,” joined us to discuss her book based and her empirical fieldwork in countries including South Sudan, Uganda, and Thailand.
To start the episode off, Mollie explains to us when and what causes refugees to be detained, before moving on to discuss the EU and its immigration and asylum policy. Moving on, Mollie then tells us about refugee repatriation and some of the ethical conflicts that this raises.
ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT
MIGRATION AND REFUGEES
ECONOMICS, FINANCE AND AID