Towards the end of the year while trying to finish readings in the list for 2022 I have been also re-reading some of the development and related literature in a mixed state of shock, sadness and skepticism. The Gender Snapshot was shown in September 2022 by UN Women and the UN Department of Economic and […] The post Inequality And Another 300 years of Patriarchy. Seriously? appeared first on The Friday Times - Naya Daur.
Observing British politics from a distance (and therefore in a highly romanticised way) we can get the impression that Great Britain is one of the most stable countries in the world. And you can easily find examples of praise for this system: I have often heard from lawyers educated in the continental system of law […] The post On Rishi Sunak’s Moment And The Mess That Is British Politics appeared first on The Friday Times - Naya Daur.
In 2008, sometime in July in the monsoon weather, I was out of money for the month and my salary was not due until the next day. The fridge was empty and while I had a sizable lunch there was nothing in the cupboard for Gugu Guevara, my cat and companion for all these years. […] The post ‘Ain’t No Rest For The Poor’… But To Struggle appeared first on The Friday Times - Naya Daur.