INCOMESCO, Poetry

Name and fame

(Poetry) Knowledge Used to be free Must be free   But, now It is a commodity Need to buy From the shopping malls We are globalised   The more Name and fame It is money game!     Jesi, 2016©    

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Haiku, Poetry

History and Man

(Poetry | Haiku) History, a time and value All destroyed to create the new one Oh! mushrooming business of money ♦ ©Jesi, 2016 Feature image: Google

Economy, inequality

How is Economic Inequality Defined?

The Equality Trust’s Focus on Economic Inequality Economic inequalities are most obviously shown by people’s different positions within the economic distribution - income, pay, wealth. However, people’s economic positions are also related to other characteristics, such as whether or not they have a disability, their ethnic background, or whether they are a man or a woman. While… Continue reading How is Economic Inequality Defined?

Humanity

Global Challenges for Humanity and Development

Following are the 15 Global Challenges. Do you agree with this categories or Don't you think INEQUALITY should come first ?

Poetry

Right is never wrong

Judgement ! how much I earn but not how fair I am It is profit but not help ...

Economy, inequality, Philanthropy

A thorough assessment on philanthropic activity is necessary

It addresses the impacts and side effects of philanthropic engagement by taking a closer look at the priorities and operations of two of the most prominent foundations, the Rockefeller Foundation and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, in two crucial sectors, health and agriculture.

e-papers, evaluation, Philanthropy

Five tips for evaluating impact in int’l development

Good evaluation involves everyone, not just the evaluators. With more development programmes being multi-partner or consortium led, involving everyone becomes challenging. Having a shared understanding of what is required from people, what type of information impact evaluation can produce, and what it can or can’t do, will cool off unrealistic expectations and reduce the risk of unpleasant surprises later on.

Nepal, Philanthropy

Donations: Sixteen percent for victims and the rest go back to the philanthropists

But later a research report published and came to know that only 16 percent of the amount was distributed to the victims especially from the periphery of the city. And rest of the 84 percent amount went to salary, flight fuel, Boeing, dogs, accommodation and so on...

Philanthropy

Philanthropy must be above of fashionable charity and tax exemption

In 2012, the number of nonprofit sector increased 25 percent with approximately $316 billion in the United States alone. But on the contrary inequality is increasing intolerably. If private sector is earning from public resources then they need to invest in welfare as well. Beside tax certain per cent of profit must go to compulsory welfare fund (CWF) too.

Adam Smith, Capitalism, e-papers

Nearly fifty percent of American workers could be displaced by 2035

Paul Tudor Jones II loves capitalism. It's a system that has done him very well over the last few decades. Nonetheless, the hedge fund manager and philanthropist is concerned that a laser focus on profits is, as he puts it, "threatening the very underpinnings of society." In this thoughtful, passionate talk, he outlines his planned counter-offensive, which centers on the concept of "justness." ...