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Role of state government. in preventing and countering violent extremism

Cement: scarcity, intermediaries induce a rise in prices in the North-EastRole of state government. in preventing and countering violent extremism News analysis by Kayode Adebiyi of the Nigerian News Agency (NAN) In 2017, the federal government, through the Office of the National Security Advisor (ONSA), launched the policy framework and national action plan for the prevention and response to violent extremism (P / CVE) . On August 24, 2017, President Muhammadu Buhari gave a directive on the implementation of the National P / CVE Framework and Action Plan setting out roles and regulations and urging state and local governments to get involved. . “We are committed to creating safe spaces for our people to engage and contribute to the prevention of violent extremism. While security measures remain necessary to address the threat of violent extremism, a whole-of-government and whole-of-government approach is urgently needed if we are to address the drivers of violent extremism in our society. “This strategic framework addresses […]

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Deny, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle (RRRR) (By Karen Van Der Wath)

First green energy project in Burkina Faso for the Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG) company Emerging Africa Infrastructure FundBy Karen Van Der Wath – President of We-Recycle Mauritius and consultant in carbon and energy management The Mauritian government has proposed bold new measures to reduce plastic waste. While the intentions behind the mentioned regulations are laudable, we strongly believe that the proposed new policies for the management of PET plastic waste, if implemented in accordance with deadlines, logistics and technical aspects, could have an impact. negative impact on different stakeholders, namely manufacturers, importers, retailers and consumers in general. Non-biodegradable pollution is a serious problem around the world, and regulators are finding ways to address it. The European Union (EU) declares that by 2030 all plastic packaging in the trade block must be reusable or recycled in a cost-effective manner. According to the authorities, the demand for recycled plastics in Europe has quadrupled since 2015, leading to the creation of 200,000 new jobs. Companies around the world are also […]

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