Daily Archives: February 2, 2012
400 children with no right to reside in Norway have lived in dilapidation in haven accepting centres for 3 or some-more years. These children have no reliable identity, they or their relatives have been refused a right to live in Norway, though authorities can’t forcibly lapse them.
Bergens Tidende (BT) tells a story of six-year-old Nathan Eshete. His relatives are from Ethiopia, though he is innate and lifted in Norway. The paper reports his denunciation skills, football team, and food preferences are identical to those of an racial Norwegian. Read the rest of this entry
February 2, 2012
Elias Kifle (Courtesy of Elias Kifle)
Last week, a Ethiopian High Court delivered oppressive sentences to 5 anarchist journalists, including an banished editor critical in a United States, on deceptive charges of terrorism. Critics call a charges trumped adult and credit Ethiopia of regulating supposed anti-terrorism laws as a apparatus of oppression. Read the rest of this entry
The World Bank’s amicable and environmental standards face an capricious destiny as Bob Zoellick leaves this year.
The World Bank’s Board of Directors has authorized a new lending instrument called Program-For-Results (P4R). The instrument is ostensible to account programs, not yield plan finance, and is meant to work within a borrower’s existent regulatory horizon — what a Bank calls a nation systems approach. Read the rest of this entry