Lyndal Rowlands

Lyndal Rowlands

Lyndal Rowlands is an international development writer, researcher and evaluator and a UN Correspondent at Inter Press Service.

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Sunday, September 04, 2016
Rich Countries Should Take Development Goals Seriously Too
The UN’s new Sustainable Development Goals apply to all 193 UN member states, yet one year in some say that rich countries aren’t taking their critical role quite as seriously as they should be. “What is an interesting, but also a scary observation, is (that the Sustainable Development agenda) is...
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Saturday, May 14, 2016
Justice for Berta Caceres Incomplete Without Land Rights: UN Rapporteur
The murder of Honduran Indigenous woman Berta Caceres is only too familiar to Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, the UN’s Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. All around the world, Indigenous peoples are murdered, raped and kidnapped when their lands fall in the path of deforestation, mining...
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Sunday, April 17, 2016
Will the UN’s New Leader Stand for the Powerful or the Powerless?
UNITED NATIONS - After hundreds of questions were posed to nine candidates vying for the role of United Nations Secretary-General this week, a lasting question remains; will the UN’s new leader stand for the powerful or the powerless? The selection of the ninth secretary-general of the United...
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