food security

Food security and learning ability in India :

India: widespread food insecurity may be damaging children's ability to learn – and the future economy Shutterstock. Jasmine Fledderjohann, Lancaster University; Elisabetta Aurino, Imperial College London, and Sukumar Vellakkal, Birla Institute of Technology and Science There has been an impressive expansion in school enrolment in India since the early 2000s. Despite this, India is in… Continue reading Food security and learning ability in India :

inequality, Labour Force, Wage

Zero-hour contracts: A hidden modern slavery

Zero-hour contracts take a huge mental and physical toll – poor eating habits, lack of sleep and relationship problems shutterstock Ernestine Gheyoh Ndzi, University of Hertfordshire and Janet Barlow, University of Hertfordshire The number of workers on zero-hours contracts continues to rise in the UK. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) estimates that between October… Continue reading Zero-hour contracts: A hidden modern slavery

cooperative

Cooperative: Ownership Matters

The Labour Party of United Kingdom is probably the first political party to oppose neo-liberalism because of "anaemic growth, stagnant wages and productivity, stark inequality, low investment, indebted consumer, frequently bubbling asset" and climate severity ( Lawrence, Pendleton and Mahmoud, 2018 ).  According the New Economic Foundation "The flaws in the neoliberal model came to… Continue reading Cooperative: Ownership Matters

Environment, My Literature, Poetry

Change | Poetry

Change ! It seems an inappropriate to see the justice of life and happiness Because the city was made for the hunters by the hunters Who rather prefer to have flesh Hunting is their profession For food no alternative but to be sacrificed A different society we believe in The way the hunters believe in… Continue reading Change | Poetry

Environment, food security, My Literature, Poetry

A City | Poetry

Creating awareness from the poetry on the food system, humanity and nature The stags were sleeping with their wife  With an innocent infant baby But a city seeker A so-called creator Suddenly came and shot them all To make the most beautiful city! Thousands of stags were killed to create a city   Oh!  Creator!?… Continue reading A City | Poetry

Humanity, Leadership, My Literature, Poetry

Questions | Poetry

Since I came to know  There is a future  What will be done? Desire to be a materialistic More money, profit and luxury Besides, nothing to do as a human But the question asks me- What about the humanity of human, common and justice? Can money buy things around humanity? Or make human unhuman? An… Continue reading Questions | Poetry

Nepal

Severe challange: Image

Where to grow? Mushrooming housing in arable land | image: Jesi | INCOMESCO How to solve? Energy cricis: Que for fuel (patrol and diseal) during the blocked in 2015 in Nepal (The blocked was imposed by India) | Image: Sandip Khatri’s blog

My Literature, Poetry

Honesty is the best policy

It is true, Honesty is the best policy in life. All the way through honesty Even in the darkest days With the storm, gale, torrential rain and an all-nighter nowhere to go But, Now the all-nighters nearly there About reaching their destination from the path of alienation with bare hands, But huge experience and a… Continue reading Honesty is the best policy

My Literature, Poetry

Congratulations Simon Armitage

The West Yorkshire poet Simon Armitage, a former probation officer who describes his writing as “no-brow”, has been appointed as the UK’s 21st poet laureate. Armitage, who received a phone call from Theresa May offering him the position on Thursday, said his parents cried when he told them the news – he had made them particularly… Continue reading Congratulations Simon Armitage

America, Capitalism, Climate, Social Media

We hate pollution and love planet; but they hate us…

US reportedly opposed deal, which follows concerns that villages in Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia had ‘turned into dumpsites’ Almost all the world’s countries have agreed on a deal aimed at restricting shipments of hard-to-recycle plastic waste to poorer countries, the United Nations announced on Friday. Exporting countries – including the US – now will have to obtain… Continue reading We hate pollution and love planet; but they hate us…