In these thrifty times, we all know the importance of value for money. Whether it’s how much you pay for your groceries, getting the best mobile contract or making sure your taxes are used for the public services we all rely on, no-one likes to feel cheated out of their hard earned cash.
Like all people, Ukrainians know this feeling, which is why organisations like Our Money are so important. Our Money helps to put pressure on government to spend money where it should be spent and…Continue
Added by Sophie Mendes on November 5, 2012 at 10:00pm — No Comments
Four years ago, Liana Morisco left her home after lunch, en route to meet some friends at the local town square. As she walked down a busy street, a car veered towards her. After, the woman pulled over and said Morsco needed to stop writing.
Morisco says it was the sister of an politician who was defeated in the last municipal election. She says part of the reason he was defeated was due in…Continue
Added by Ryan Hicks on November 5, 2012 at 7:00pm — No Comments
As a Filipino citizen, I, like every other Filipino, have a debt of more or less $ 1,000 to different multinational organizations. There are about 90 million Filipinos now.
As of 2007, the Philippines has outstanding total public sector debt of $ 110 billion. Our government chose to honor debts even of corrupt past administrations. Thus, about 25% of our national budget is…Continue
Added by marlon cornelio on November 12, 2010 at 11:00am — No Comments
Evo from Bulgaria, Marlon from the Philippines, Pauline from Kenya, Sanyi from Cameroon, Narayan from Nepal, and Gabi from Cameroon on a teaser for the participation of GYAC-N at the 14th IACC in Bangkok, Thailand. ( Joseph, reporter; we are also joined by Bunga from Indonesia, Gina from Columbia, and Ragdha from Lebanon)