With mass protests against racial injustice, soaring unemployment, impeachment, concerns of voter disenfranchisement, and 130,000 people dead from COVID-19, can the US be called a failed state? FFP's Charles Fiertz says, “No,” in an interview with @VICE.
FFP and @dcaf_business are pleased to present our research study and guidance toolkit on #VPSHR in-country implementation, with plenty of insights for business and human rights initiatives more broadly. https://t.co/EXRw1s4TFL
In 2005, #CotedIvoire ranked top of the #FragileStatesIndex. After recovering from two civil wars and implementing structural reforms, it is now one of the fastest growing economies in the world ... but work still needs to be done. https://t.co/eH6k8Ln0zA #FSI2020
#Uzbekistan is the most improved country over the last 5 years of the #FragileStatesIndex. Human rights advances, economic restructuring, and gradual democratization have driven the Central Asian nation’s progress. https://t.co/BZWDOtdYma #FSI2020
After the deposing of Omar al-Bashir, #Sudan ranked as one of the most improved countries on #FSI2020, boosted by Sudanese women pushing for equality and structural reform in the country. https://t.co/59MMGhsJY3 #FragileStatesIndex
Rising nationalism, a weakened economy, and government crackdowns indicate an increasingly unstable social and political dynamic in #India, one of the most worsened countries in #FSI2020. https://t.co/MaVfB2wi7o #FragileStatesIndex