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Contents with tag: Infographics

30 Aug 2018
OceanaGold in the global South: Golden opportunities for profits

Read our first TNC Watch paper, on the OceanaGold Corporation, for more.

22 Jun 2018
The WBG's "new" approach: Development captured by corporations

Infographics on the World Bank's approach on "Maximizing Finance for Development" (previously called the "Cascade" approach) courtesy of Dana Uy, a student from the University of Santo Tomas on internship at IBON International. Read more: The World Bank Group's Corporatization of Development (2018).

12 Dec 2017
Where are the supposed benefits of liberalisation and "free trade" to peoples?

An infographic that asks question: where are the benefits of "free trade" and liberalisation as touted by the WTO?

22 Nov 2017
What resulted from the 2017 climate talks?

A look back on what came out of the 2017 climate talks at the 23rd Conference of Parties (COP 23) to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)

6 Nov 2017
COP 23: What the people should know about this year's climate talks

An infographic about the 23rd Conference of Parties to the UNFCCC on November 2017, in Bonn, Germany.

11 Sep 2017
Militarism Today (Infographic)

In light of threats of further escalating conflict, especially with the involvement of global political and economic powers such as the United States, we ask: What is militarism? How is it related to the current global economic order? What are the development impacts of militarism?

11 Aug 2017
Public-Private Partnerships 101: What the People Should Know about PPPs

Infographics courtesy of Michelle Gan, a student at University of Chicago, currently on a two-month internship (July-August 2017) at IBON International as a fellow of Kaya Collaborative. Source material used is the IBON Primer on Public-Private Partnerships, released 2017. See attachments below for alternative versions of the infographic.

20 Sep 2016
2015: The Deadliest Year for Environmental Activism Worldwide

The number of environmental activists being killed worldwide has been increasing over the years. In 2015, 185 deaths--the highest in history--were recorded from 16 different countries. 40% of these environmental activists were members of indigenous groups and 42 of the 185 are protest-related deaths.

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