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About Sylvia Rowley

Sylvia Rowley is a journalist and environmental policy adviser. She won the Guardian's international development journalism competition in 2008 and has written for publications including The GuardianThe Independent and National Geographic Green.

Articles by Sylvia Rowley

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“Francesc”

Francesc Badia i Dalmases is Editor and Director of democraciaAbierta.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Full reserve banking

for the love of moneyBanks make money. That's their business. But should it be allowed? Right libertarians, greens and Islamists join in thinking not.

HIV and women's rights in Uganda: why a new law would hurt women

Julius Tumwesigye from the western districts of Uganda was accused of hacking his wife to death with a machete last year after finding out she was HIV positive. The police said the 30 year-old man, who also had the virus, blamed his wife of 10 years for infecting him. He reportedly pounced on his wife Glorius one morning as she returned home with their two young children and killed her instantly.

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