Sustainable development goals (SDGs) were decided at United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio de Janeiro in 2012. The main aim was to address all political, social and environmental issues and making governments to get involved in this together. (Sustainable Development Goals, 2017). There are total 17 interlinked goals. Thus, the result of each goal affects other goals too.
In this paper, I will discuss Gender Equality which is SDG 5. I will compare policies on gender equality from Canada, USA, and India. All three have been retrieved from their respective official websites and links have been added in and of this document.
Status of Gender Equality
Gender equality has a very broad scope which ranges from female foeticide to social equality. This goal is focused on ending all kind of discrimination towards females. It has been noticed that ending gender equality has posi…
In recent years there has been a sudden and shocking increase in a number of cancer patients in Malwa region of Punjab. At that time no one actually knew why this was happening.
Later in some scientific studies (few are lined below), it was found that the groundwater is having very high amount of pesticides and carcinogens in it.
"What?? Pesticides!! How?? "
It links back to an event which happened 4-5 decades back. Green Revolution which I think is Green disaster (You can use links provided below for justification).
Green (Disaster) revolution
Soon after India got independence there was a shortage of food in the country. To deal with the situation Indian government started a project called Green Revolution without predicting it future consequences.
The sole focus of authorities was to increase the yield of the crop. The new varieties of crops were developed which had more yield than natural counterparts. Bravo!! That’s what government needed. Everyone started using new varie…
When we hear word "Google", first things that come to our mind are the Search engine and Gmail. Most of the people I know, use Google as default Search engine and Gmail as their primary email. Interesting thing is that Google has a number of productivity solutions that can increase your productivity without costing you a single penny and most people don't know about these services.
Google Services includes:
1. Google Drive
2. Google Docs
3. Google Hangouts
4. Google Calendar
5. Google Translate
That’s not all Google has many more services which you can see at https://www.google.nl/intl/en/about/products/ I have listed only those services which I use on daily or at least few times a week.
In upcoming posts, I will post on how these services increase your productivity.