Mismanagement of natural resources, lack of sufficient access to water and healthcare, and the absence of dialogue result in violent conflicts between populations and within nations.
Former Unification Minister of the Republic of Korea, Park Jae-Kyu continues to promote better dialogue with North Korea and a peaceful reconciliation of the two Koreas. George Tsai, a member of the Fondation Chirac’s Committee of Experts for Conflict Prevention, interviews him.
Since March 29, the Fondation Chirac has supported the development of the manufacturing of mini-plants to filter clean drinking water for the Republic of Haiti.
In 2007, the OECD published a study to quantify and describe the phenomena of counterfeiting and piracy. It believed that these fraudulent activities accounted for nearly $ 200 billion per year. Medication is listed each year among the five most counterfeited products in the world.
Titling should, through land security, rise up to the challenge of land rights in developing countries. Indeed, the issuance of a title recognizing the right to own or use land offers to those who possess it, the permanence of this right and the accompanying guarantees.
India is an immense country, proud of its heritage, and known for its diverse cultural and linguistic legacy. This legacy is one of the world’s richest with 22 official languages, 234 recognized mother tongues, and 1600 dialects…
On Wednesday, May 19, 2010, the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs organized a day-long debate-meeting on the Millennium Development Goals with the participation of Mr. Bernard Kouchner, Minister of Foreign and European Affairs.