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Five Years After the Disaster: Rana Plaza Victims Still Hurting

Asma saw the roof collapse over her colleagues. Johora was dragged out of the rubble by her hair. Shirin was only 13 years old when her eyes and airways were fi...   [ continue reading...]

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Rohingya Refugee Families Reinforce Shelters, Relocate Ahead of Monsoon, But Dangers Remain in Crowded Bangladesh Camps

Over 40,000 Rohingya families in Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar refugee camps have now been trained in shelter upgrade techniques ahead of the fast approa...   [ continue reading...]

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From Mega to Micro, a Transition that Will Democratise Energy in Brazil

An energy transition is spreading around the globe. But in Brazil it will be characterised by sharp contrasts, with large hydroelectric plants being replaced by...   [ continue reading...]

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India Pledges $50 Million More to UN Partnership Fund

At a time when funding for UN agencies is on the decline – and also threatened with cuts by the Trump administration—the Indian government has made...   [ continue reading...]

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Can Sustainable Bioeconomy be a Driver of Green Growth?

Dr. Frank Rijsberman is Director-General, Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI)The post Can Sustainable Bioeconomy be a Driver of Green Growth? appeared first on...   [ continue reading...]

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The Gang Rape and Murder of an 8 Year Old Child in India

Siddharth Chatterjee is the United Nations Resident Coordinator to Kenya. The post The Gang Rape and Murder of an 8 Year Old Child in India appeared first on In...   [ continue reading...]

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Kidnapped, Abducted and Abandoned…

Geetika Dang is an independent researcher; Vani S. Kulkarni is lecturer in Sociology, University of Pennsylvania, USA; and Raghav Gaiha is (Hon.) professorial r...   [ continue reading...]

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Over to You, Children! Zambia’s ‘Plant a Million Trees’ Takes Root

Trees are a vital component in the ecosystem—they not only give oxygen, store carbon, stabilise the soil and give refuge to wildlife, but also provide mat...   [ continue reading...]

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What’s Changing As Countries Turn INDCs into NDCs?

Mengpin Ge is a Research Analyst and Kelly Levin, a Senior Associate at World Resources InstituteThe post What’s Changing As Countries Turn INDCs into NDC...   [ continue reading...]

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Egyptian Photojournalist Mahmoud Abu Zeid, aka Shawkan, to Receive 2018 UNESCO/Guillermo Cano Press Freedom Prize

Egyptian photojournalist Mahmoud Abu Zeid, known as Shawkan, has been selected by an independent international jury of media professionals as the laureate of th...   [ continue reading...]

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Exhibition of Artifacts Stolen From Ethiopia Revives Controversy

A new exhibition that opened April 5 at London’s famous Victoria and Albert museum of ancient treasures looted from Ethiopia has revived debate about wher...   [ continue reading...]

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We Are Migrants: Teasing Italian taste buds

Atik and Said have many things in common. They are both from Bangladesh, both are about the same age , in their thirties and , they are both migrant workers in...   [ continue reading...]

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Authoritarian Govts Tighten Grip on Press Freedom

The 25th celebration of World Press Freedom Day will be led by UNESCO and the government of Ghana in Accra on May 2-3. The theme is “Keeping Power in...   [ continue reading...]

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Improving Our Anti-money Laundering Operations Will Help Prevent Great-Power War

Clay R. Fuller is a Jeane Kirkpatrick Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI)*The post Improving Our Anti-money Laundering Operations Will Help Preven...   [ continue reading...]

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Boutros Boutros-Ghali, Democratic Multileralism

Federico Mayor Zaragoza, Former Director-General of UNESCO (1987-1999) and president of the Foundation for a Culture of PeaceThe post Boutros Boutros-Ghali, Dem...   [ continue reading...]

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Child Soldiers Released, But Risk Remains

More than 200 child soldiers were released by armed groups in war-torn South Sudan, and help will be needed to ensure their safe and bright future, according to...   [ continue reading...]

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Mediterranean Migrant Arrivals Reach 18,575 in 2018; Deaths Reach 559

IOM, the UN Migration Agency, reports that 18,575 migrants and refugees entered Europe by sea through the first 108 days of 2018, with about 40 per cent arrivin...   [ continue reading...]

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PM’s Call to the World Very Timely

Myanmar must take responsibilityThe post PM’s Call to the World Very Timely appeared first on Inter Press Service.   [ continue reading...]

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FAO and El País Launch Series of Books on “The State of the Planet”

Today the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) hosted an event at its headquarters in Rome, to present a set of eleven books jointly realized in collaboratio...   [ continue reading...]

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Dreaming of A New Sustainable Economy

Officials from around the world came together to create and support a vision for a new, sustainable economy: a bioeconomy. Almost 1000 bioeconomy experts, from...   [ continue reading...]

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