LONDON (Reuters) - Oxfam Great Britain chief executive Mark Goldring, who was criticised for his handling of a scandal over the use of prostitutes in Haiti by Oxfam staff, will stand down at the end of the year, the organization said on Wednesday. (Reuters World News) More
Haitian President Jovenal Moise said in a televised address that he will not step down despite violent protests nationwide.
Posted on 15 February 2019 | 3:00 am | Google News
Henrietta Fore says young people are the first victims in a war, and almost half of those growing up in Syria have never experienced times without conflict.
Posted on 11 February 2019 | 3:00 am | Google News
Davos, global disruption, inequality and the Australia election The Sydney Morning Herald
The grim mood at the World Economic Forum this week may suit the Labor Party in the coming election.
Posted on 26 January 2019 | 3:00 am | Google News
Crisis Review: The Top 20 Crises Of 2018 (Part 1 Of 3) The Holmes Report
This year's Crisis Review weighs in at a whopping 20 cases, reflecting the increasing corporate penchant for self-inflicted scandal. Paul Holmes, Arun ...
Posted on 21 January 2019 | 3:00 am | Google News
Oxfam staff reveal the organisation has a `toxic work environment´, explaining that bullying and harassment are rife.
Posted on 16 January 2019 | 3:00 am | Google News
Elon Musk deleted a tweet in which he shared an incorrect report that Tesla had outsold all other luxury automakers in the US.
Posted on 4 January 2019 | 3:00 am | Google News
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