Issue No. 83 | Dec 2022, Social Justice Advocacy
December 30, 2022
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COP27 key outcomes: progress on compensation for developing countries, but more needed on climate justice and equity

COP conferences broadly provide a platform for the negotiation of international climate change agreements. This was to be the first COP held in Africa since 2016. It was also framed as the implementation COP, which would lead to action. COP27 was expected to make progress on “loss and damage”. This is financing to compensate developing […]

Ride or die?

Background of the issue It is now a normal occurrence that cyclists are perceivedas less “worthy” road users compared to motorists. To defend this position, one may term it as a manifestation of social classes on the roads. With the less economically empowered- the cyclists, against the motorists with a stronger financial muscle. The aforementioned […]