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Expansion of meat and soy pushes deforestation and threatens survival of Indigenous Peoples in Brazil
Designing sustainable futures for all, not just humans
New measurements improve diagnosis of ‘woman’s heart’
IATA Announces Winner of 2021 FACE-UP Competition
Construction business in court 21 October
RSV Nuyina lights up future for Antarctic research
Australian Catholic education virtual symposium to focus on school improvement and student learning
IATA Legal Challenge to Urgently Halt Dutch Slot Rule
Boeing Accredited to Maintain Chinooks for Royal Netherlands Air Force
Europe’s largest port wants slice of Queensland hydrogen
Human Rights Council Extends Mandates on Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Somalia, Cambodia and Libya
New program helps people find their way forward after dementia diagnosis
Sam Kerr nominated for 2021 Ballon d’Or
Human Rights Council appoints Special Rapporteur on protection of human rights
Statement by Group of Experts on Yemen on HRC rejection of resolution to renew their mandate
Human Rights Council adopts four resolutions on right to development, human rights and indigenous peoples
Human Rights Council adopts four resolutions on child early and forced marriage, negative legacies of colonialism
PSA welcomes ACT’s commitment to pill testing
Human Rights Council Appoints for One Year Special Rapporteur on Situation of Human Rights in Afghanistan
Human Rights Council Discusses Situation of Human Rights in Sudan, Somalia and Central African Republic under its Agenda Item
How ‘ice needles’ weave patterns of stones in frozen landscapes
Premature babies have improved odds in artificial uterus
International Student Accommodation Bookings in Australia Have Started for 2022
Transitional Justice Is Key to Unblocking Vicious Circle of Violence that Persists in Democratic Republic of Congo
Novel Beamforming Network Solution for Single Layer Printed Circuit Board Implementation
Shape-shifting shows climate change has accelerated evolution
Generation Equality commitment-makers unveiled during Action Coalitions Convening
Deteriorating Security Situation in Eastern Ukraine Has Seen an Increase
Patent on sustainable energy
Nutrition in primary care yields health and economic benefits
Dutch police board Greenpeace ship and arrest 17 activists after peaceful protest at Shell’s refinery in Rotterdam
Greenpeace blocks Shell’s harbour in Rotterdam and launches citizens’ bid to ban fossil fuel ads in Europe
New insights into social norms can drive positive social changes
Human Rights Council holds an interactive dialogue with Advisory Committee and general debate on Human Rights Bodies and Mechanisms
Gore Fabrics announces major transition in its product technology – Greenpeace response
Minister of Foreign Affairs makes three diplomatic appointments 30 September
Covid influences life expectancy
Research offers insight into cause of identical twins
Can data predict who develops arrhythmias after having myocardial infarction?
Can data predict who develops arrhythmias after havin myocardial infarction?
Detection method for intestinal infections could make camera in intestinal tract unnecessary
New detection method for chronic intestinal infections could make camera in intestinal tract unnecessary
Can data predict who develops arrhythmias after having stroke?
Committee on Rights of Child closes eghty-eighth session after adopting concluding observations on reports of Czech Republic
High Commissioner for Human Rights to Human Rights Council
High Commissioner for Human Rights tells Human Rights Council that Human Rights situation in Belarus continues to worsen
Parties to Conflict Continue to Perpetrate War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity, Infringing on Basic Human Rights of Syrians
Human Rights Situation in Myanmar Has Deteriorated Significantly and Some Violations May Amount to Crimes against Humanity