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‘From Crafting Headlines to Influencing them’: Greenpeace Africa Head of Communications’ Decade of Activism
Onchocerciasis elimination: achieving NTD road map targets, despite current pandemic challenges
Statement of Thirtieth Polio IHR Emergency Committee
Doors open at Dianella, Tarneit West’s new Community Centre
New details about JFK assassination in academic’s book
Will EU finally end its complicity in global deforestation?
Press briefing notes on Democratic Republic of Congo
UNHCR: Conflict, violence, climate change drove displacement higher in first half of 2021
First-Nation’s fire knowledge is reducing severity of Africa’s wildfires and cutting emissions
Food security crisis in Democratic Republic of Congo could worsen in coming months
First-Nation’s fire knowledge is reducing severity of Africa’s wildfires and cut emissions
Fighting in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo forces 11,000 to flee to Uganda
Supply chain joins deforestation and farming practices as main source of emissions in agri-food sector
COP26 – Greenpeace condemns green light for another decade of forest destruction
Founder sociality hypothesis explains long-lasting social change when animals expand into novel niche
Actions must speak louder than words: five asks to achieve equity in vaccine delivery
Prosperity – Changements de perspective dans le domaine du Commerce et la sécurité alimentaire
UNHCR restarts operation to help return of refugees from Central African Republic
More than 60,000 Burundian refugees voluntarily return home this year
WHO unveils action plan to address findings of Independent Commission on DRC SEA allegations
UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights issues findings on Kuwait, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Committee on Elimination of Discrimination against Women Opens Eightieth Session
Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights concludes seventieth session after adopting concluding observations on reports
On World Food Day, UN calls for strengthened and inclusive local food systems for displaced and host communities
Tuberculosis deaths rise for first time in more than decade due to Covid pandemic
World Food Day: Little hope of eradicating hunger while global population increases
World Food Day: Celebrating efforts to strengthen local food systems for displaced and host communities
Gender equality is critical for Afghanistan’s future, long-term development, and sustained peace
Human Rights Council Concludes Forty-eighth Regular Session after Adopting 25 Resolutions and One Statement by President
Human Rights Council Extends Mandates on Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Somalia, Cambodia and Libya
‘Paris Agreement for nature’ summit begins
226 police recruits sworn in during private attestation ceremony, NSW
Transitional Justice Is Key to Unblocking Vicious Circle of Violence that Persists in Democratic Republic of Congo
Deteriorating Security Situation in Eastern Ukraine Has Seen an Increase
Bushfire blaze raises bee extinction forecasts
Bushfire bees on brink
News Comment: UNHCR echoes call for global action to resolve internal displacement
Australia Needed on World Stage After Shocking UN Crisis Report
Index reveals integrity issues for many of world’s forests
FAO Food Price Index rises sharply
UNICEF and Microsoft launch improved, scalable technology to protect vulnerable children and women amid rise
How to overcome water challenges in agriculture
Community conservation reserves protect fish diversity in tropical rivers
New report: on average 25 children killed or injured in conflicts every day for past decade
Researcher’s work leads to activist being granted asylum after 15 year wait
UN food agencies warn of rising levels of acute hunger with potential risk of famine in four hotspots
WHO appoints co-chairs of Independent Commission on sexual misconduct during Ebola response
FAO, IFAD and WFP pledge to strengthen collaboration against hunger