IPS for Policy Makers

TERRAVIVA is a fax and email digest of top stories for policy-makers and decision-makers all over the world. It has a well-earned reputation as a reliable source of professional news and information and for shaping viewpoints.

TerraViva – United Nations
The daily journal is made for policy-makers and decision makers in the United Nations, development agencies and foundations in North America and Europe. It is sent to recipients in New York and to subscribers in other cities hosting U.N. organisations, including Geneva, Paris, Rome, Vienna and Nairobi.

TerraViva – Europe
The daily TerraViva Europe serves European Union (EU) policy and decision-makers and their counterparts in the South. The journal reaches subscribers in the EU Commission, the European Parliament, diplomatic missions in Brussels and ACP countries and institutions, as well as a wide range of NGOs.

TerraViva – Africa
Produced by the IPS African regional desk in Johannesburg, on a weekly basis, this bulletin reaches thousands of policy- and decision-makers across in Africa.

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The European Edition of the IPS DAILY JOURNAL

Produced by IPS Europe in Berlin and Brussels, TerraViva Europe serves European Union (EU) policy and decision-makers and their counterparts in the South. The journal reaches nearly 1,000 subscribers in the EU Commission, the European Parliament, diplomatic missions in Brussels and ACP countries and institutions, as well as a wide range of NGOs. It is available free of charge by e-mail and at: http://www.ipsnews.net/news/terraviva-europe/


 


TerraViva United Nations Journal

The TerraViva U.N. Journal is made for policy-makers and decision-makers in the U.N., development agencies and foundations in North America and Europe. It is sent to more than 1,000 institutional subscribers – with an estimated readership of at least 5,000 – in New York and in other cities hosting U.N. organisations: Geneva, Paris, Rome, Vienna and Nairobi. http://www.ipsnews.net/news/terraviva-united-nations/