Policy Ideas

Our Response Letter to the Home Office – April 14, 2022

April 14, 2022 Simplification of the Rules Taskforce (SORT),  Home Office,  2 Marsham Street, London SW1P 4DF, United Kingdom. CC The Rt Hon Priti Patel MP,  Secretary of State for the Home Department, 2 Marsham Street, London SW1P 4DF, United Kingdom. Rt Hon Sir Lindsay Hoyle MP, The Speaker of the House of Commons. HouseContinue reading “Our Response Letter to the Home Office – April 14, 2022”

Campaign Statement: Home Office is beating around the bush, must respond to our policy brief

This morning we received, with shock and disappointment, an “automatic message” from the Simplification of the Rules Taskforce (SORT) of the Home Office saying they are unable to respond to “external policy questions”. This is coming one month after we sent a 15-page policy brief spiced with data points from the United Nations, West AfricanContinue reading “Campaign Statement: Home Office is beating around the bush, must respond to our policy brief”

10:3 Voting System: What African Wild Dogs can teach the UN Security Council about Voting

Last week when Russia voted against a UN Security Council (UNSC) draft resolution condemning its invasion of Ukraine, thereby using its veto power as a permanent member to block the resolution, it got people talking about the effectiveness of the Security Council’s voting system. As fate would have it, about six months ago, Learn BiomimicryContinue reading “10:3 Voting System: What African Wild Dogs can teach the UN Security Council about Voting”

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IYD 2020 seeks to put the spotlight on youth engagement through the following three interconnected streams:

1. Engagement at the local/community level;
2. Engagement at the national level (formulation of laws, policies, and their implementation); and,
3. Engagement at the global level.

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