Publications in TIMOR-LESTE


World Bank
9/18/2018

As recently as 2006, Timor-Leste was in crisis. Only a few years into independence, the country was torn by riots and political turmoil. Not surprisingly, its business climate was one of the region’s worst. But [[tweetableTimor-Leste’s fortunes hav
ErukAlert
9/10/2018

BioIVT, a leading provider of research models and services for drug development, today announced its research into the mechanisms involved in cholestatic drug-induced liver injury (DILI) has been published in Applied In Vitro Toxicology. DILI is one

Peter BoyleIssue 1189July 27, 2018international solidarityEast Timor oilOur Common CauseAustraliaProtesters in Sydney urge the Australian government to not prosecute Witness K and his lawyer Bernard Collaery.Activists from the Movement Against

Secret case over bugging of Dili cabinet raises fears about erosion of civil liberties

Doug WilliamsonIssue 1173March 16, 2018cultural dissentmusicinternational solidarityAustraliaEast TimorAustralian Trade Union Choir.The Australian Union and Solidarity Choir (AUSC), made up of singers from across Australia, are travelling to Ti
Mongabay
2/6/2018

Fishing with insecticide-laced mosquito nets is a global phenomenon
Fishermen in the Dili district of Timor-Leste have found an extra perk of the insecticide added to their mosquito bed nets: the chemicals act as a Taser for shrimp. The bed nets are supposed to ward off malaria, but, with a few strong branches and s

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Learning for Life: Solving the Solvable and Closing the Global Skills Gap

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