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    • U.N. Governance By Ankita,Thomas, Sam
      • Governance is the act of process, or power of governing
      • There is positive and negative governance around the world
      • Positive governance follows the rule of law
      • Good governance is incomplete and is losing hold in many countries
      • Governance has many actors like the military and government
      What is Governance?
    • What is happening around the world?
      • 150 million people live without jobs
      • 1.2 billion people live under poverty
      • Two thirds of all countries aren’t governed by the will of their people
      • Governance is ineffective in achieving the goals of economic growth, development and poverty reduction
      • 100 million children live and work on the streets
      • Some countries police forces have bias
    • What is bad about it?
      • Many people live under poverty
      • Many governments look to terrorism for their problems
      • People die by the causes of bad governments
      • Governments bribe terrorists to take down rival countries
    • What is good about it?
      • Democratic governance is said to be good, and exists when the authority of the government is based on the will of the people and is responsive to them
      • Good governance is equity, participation, pluralism, transparency, accountability, and the role of law
      • Less violence and poverty
      • Protects the rights of people
      • Goals are to invest in national policies and to reduce poverty
    • How can we help, support or improve governance?
      • We can raise awareness in people in democratic to seize their right to vote and chose.
      • We can ask a strong organization like the UN help us communicate to governments and prevent corruption.
      • We can ask big multinational countries to donate money to impoverished nations as poverty is one of the main troubles in bad governance.
      • We need transparent governments that are law-abbiding, efficient, and participatory.
      • At the end of 1998 there were 117 electoral democracies, we can increase that number to have each country be a democracy.
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