This is a guest post by Invest in Peace Co-founder Rishabh Khanna. A few weeks back, I went for a workshop on Islamic economy, not that I am muslim, but I am intrigued that certainContinue reading
Essential to understanding investment is the concept of capital. One use of the term CAPITAL is a measure in monetary terms of the amount of money put into an organisation. To work with investing inContinue reading
The topic of OECD policy discussions since the early 2000s, EFR, Environmental Fiscal Reform – a shift in economic policies to incentivize businesses to stay within ecological boundaries – is even more valid today inContinue reading
Research reveals that the poorest are paying more they earn in a day for a single meal. This stark inequality is driving the global hunger crisis and weakening the foundations of peace in the world. ReportedContinue reading
“Having spent my life as an activist within a civil society organisation, working both in UN corridors and in collaboration with social movements on the ground, I am firmly convinced that substantial change and realContinue reading
Most of the energy used in the world economy comes from non-renewable sources. Analysts fear that the expanding extraction of energy will not keep up with the expanding economy and …well… the economy will deflateContinue reading
Pope John Paul II, in October 27, 1986, invited representatives from 12 different religions to Assisi each was asked to bring a peace prayer from their tradition. The prayers were shared in a special ceremony. Swedish musician Peter Elmberg set the prayers to music and is set to perform them this year in conjunction with the World Day of Peace.