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Global and Regional Estimates of Violence against women
Autor: OMS
Violence against women is not a new phenomenon, nor are its consequences to women?s physical, mental
and reproductive health. What is new is the growing recognition that acts of violence against women are
not isolated events but rather form a pattern of behaviour that violates the rights of women and girls, limits
their participation in society, and damages their health and well-being. When studied systematically, as was
done with this report, it becomes clear that violence against women is a global public health problem that
affects approximately one third of women globally.
Panorama de la Educación. Indicadores de la OCDE 2013
Autor: OCDE
Los datos que ofrece Panorama de la Educación 2013 corresponden, en general, al año académico 2010-11, y no a la situación actual, pero tienen el valor de permitir la comparación con los sistemas educativos de los países de la OCDE y facilitar el análisis de la evolución de los indicadores en cada uno de ellos.
Most Americans Say Religion Is Losing Influence in U.S.
Autor: Gallup
Over three-quarters of Americans (77%) say religion is losing its influence on American life, while 20% say religion's influence is increasing. These represent Americans' most negative evaluations of the impact of religion since 1970, although similar to the views measured in recent years.
In Gay Marriage Debate, Both Supporters and Opponents See Legal Recognition as ?Inevitable?
Autor: Pew Research Center
As support for gay marriage continues to increase, nearly threequarters of Americans ? 72 %? say that legal recognition of same-sex marriage is ?inevitable.? This includes 85% of gay marriage supporters, as well as 59% of its opponents.
Global Societal Trends on Sustainable Development Issues
Autor: Globescan
The following is a report of findings of a number of public opinion survey questions fielded for the Regeneration Roadmap via GlobeScan Radar. GlobeScan Radar is a program of evidence and counsel that draws upon GlobeScan?s unique database of over fifteen years of tracking of global (20-30 countries) citizen and stakeholder perceptions around business and its role in society.
RE: Thinking consuption, Consumers and the Future of Sustainability
Autor: Globscan
Developed by
BBMG, GlobeScan and SustainAbility
, The Regeneration
Consumer Study is an online survey of consumer attitudes, motivations and behaviors around sustainable consumption among 6,224 respondents in six major international markets (Brazil, China, Germany, India, United Kingdom and United States). Fielded in September and October 2012, the study represents a holistic exploration of sustainability market trends, priorities and engagement pathways, including information on sustainable consumption, trust, transparency, social issues, behavior change, consumer collaboration, participation and advocacy actions.
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