Project Syndicate is an international not-for-profit newspaper syndicate and association of newspapers. It distributes commentaries and analysis ("opinion pieces") by experts, activists, Nobel laureates, statesman, economists, political thinkers, business leaders and academics to its member publications, and encourages networking among its members.
It currently consists of approximately 390 newspapers in 145 countries, with a total circulation of nearly 50 million copies, making it the world's largest commentary focused syndicate.
It relies primarily on contributions from its members in developed countries, who make up approximately 60% of its membership base, and has received grants from the Open Society Foundation, The Politiken Foundation in Denmark, Die Zeit Ebelin, and Gerd Bucerius Foundation, which together allow it to offer its services free to newspapers in developing countries where journalistic resources may not be readily available.
The Arab Awakening's Aftermath Erik Berglof, the Ebrd's Chief Economist, and Shanta Devarajan, the World Bank's Chief Economist for the Middle East and North Africa, for Project Syndicate
Oct 11, 2013; LONDON -- The following information was released by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD): The countries of...
THIS ARTICLE BY UNEP EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ACHIM STEINER AND JOSHUA S. REICHERT, MANAGING DIRECTOR OF THE PEW ENVIRONMENT GROUP, WAS FIRST PUBLISHED BY PROJECT SYNDICATE. FOR PERMISSION TO REPRINT, PLEASE CONTACT DISTRIBUTION@PROJECT-SYNDICATE.ORG.
Jun 17, 2011; Nairobi -- The following information was released by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP): Many people know that...