This publication of the Population Reference Bureau (PRB) offers updated information about country, regional and global population patterns. It also provides demographic, health and environment data for all the countries and major regions of the world.
DI - 20/2/2010
Published by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), this new report on African remittances outlines the main results of a study on regulatory issues and market competition in 50 African countries representing 90 per cent of remittance flows to the region.
DI - 18/2/2010
This study – published by the Research Institute for European and American Studies- analyses counterterrorism policies implemented in different areas by the European Union and their relevance in practice.
DI - 16/2/2010
This policy brief of the Macedonian Centre for European Training (MCET) focuses on the priorities and actions of the Spanish Presidency, the bilateral relations between the EU and Macedonia and the future development of the relations under the Team Presidency. Also, special attention is given to the relations and potentials for strategic partnerships between Spain and Macedonia in light of EU Accession.
DI - 15/2/2010
Published by the Arab Forum for Environment and Development (AFED), the second annual report on Arab Environment Climate Change analyses the region’s response to the urgent need for adaptation measures.
DI - 12/2/2010
The European Union Heads of State and Government pledged their support to Greece to tackle its debt crisis at the meeting on 11 February in Brussels. The statement stresses both the Greek government’s responsibility and the EU’s solidarity.
DI - 8/2/2010
According to this report of the Consortium for Applied Research on International Migration (CARIM), emigration from South and East Mediterranean countries (SEM) is continuing at a steady rate, while immigration to these countries is increasing, particularly in various irregular forms. However, this trend differs from those preceding it in 2007 and 2008.
DI - 5/2/2010
According to the 2009 edition of the Statistical Yearbook for Latin America and the Caribbean, the economy of the region grew an average 4% from 1950 to 2009 while the population increased 2.1% annually during the same period. Published in February 2010, this report is one of the main sources of statistical information in the region that gather social, economic and environmental data from the Latin American and Caribbean countries.
DI - 1/2/2010
This year’s edition highlights the continued need to further enhance global resilience to risks. It also stresses global governance gaps as one of the nexus of global risks that need an increasingly urgent coordinated global action. The report was published by the World Economic Forum (WEF) in February 2010.