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Q&A: Caribbean Losing Momentum on Climate Change and Concerted Action is Needed

In 2015, the Caribbean was “the region that could” on the climate change scene. Countries rallied under the ‘1.5 to Stay Alive' banner, in the face of an existential threat. The now former Sustainable Development Minister of Saint Lucia Dr. James Fletcher emerged as a climate change champion at the time. But now, three years […]

(18/03/2019 @ 16:00)

It's Simple, but Requires Determination

Monika Weber-Fahr, is Executive Secretary of Global Water Partnership

(18/03/2019 @ 14:47)

US Survey Finds Lack of Awareness on Global Warming

Yash Bhandari is research editor at Rockay, a clothing manufacturer that focuses on the exclusive use of eco-friendly and recyclable materials

(18/03/2019 @ 13:38)

Seven Challenges for US Nominee for World Bank President

Masood Ahmed is President of the Washington-based Centre for Global Development (CGD) & former Vice President, Poverty Reduction & Economic Management, at the World Bank

(18/03/2019 @ 08:49)

Europe under Siege: Collusions, Dugin and Bannon

“Though this be madness, yet there is method in it.”
                                                       Polonius in Hamlet

(18/03/2019 @ 07:21)

Statement by HRH Prince El Hassan bin Talal and Idriss Jazairy* following the terrorist attacks in New Zealand, March 15th 2019

Words cannot express adequately the pain and anguish we feel at the heinous attacks in New Zealand. We share the anguish of our fellow Muslims at those who have orchestrated such diabolical carnage in a place of prayer. As husbands, fathers and grandfathers, both of us can only imagine the pain and suffering felt by […]

(18/03/2019 @ 03:52)

Climate Strike: Hundreds of Thousands Unite for the Planet's Future

Friday, Mar. 15 saw hundreds of thousands of young people across the world take to the streets to join the climate strike. “We are demonstrating today for our planet and for our future. This is the place where we and those who come after us will live,” Jennifer, a 16-year-old girl from Rome, the Italian […]

(16/03/2019 @ 05:51)

Women Take the Lead Tackling Climate Change in Bangladesh

Jonathan Farr is WaterAid's Senior Policy Analyst on water security & climate change, based in London & Samia Mallik is WaterAid Bangladesh's Communications Officer, based in Dhaka.

(15/03/2019 @ 14:55)

Three Takeaways from Disaster Relief in Puerto Rico

Mark Baker is Director of Disaster Response at Water Mission*

(15/03/2019 @ 12:38)

The Geneva Centre strongly condemns New Zealand terrorist attacks

(Geneva Centre) – The Executive Director of the Geneva Centre Ambassador Idriss Jazairy has strongly condemned the two terrorist attacks killing at least 40 people today in Christchurch, New Zealand. The attacks occurred this morning inside the Masjid Al Noor mosque and the Linwood mosque. Ambassador Jazairy expressed both shock and sadness at the attack: […]

(15/03/2019 @ 12:02)

The Geneva Centre presents oral statements on the UPR outcomes of Saudi Arabia and Jordan

(Geneva Centre) – At the 40th regular session of the UN Human Rights Council, the Geneva Centre presented on 14 March statements with regard to Saudi Arabia and Jordan. In its statement on Saudi Arabia, the Geneva Centre commended the various steps that the Kingdom had taken towards strengthening the protection and promotion of human […]

(15/03/2019 @ 10:57)

Scholar Questions ‘Techie' Approach to Dealing with Climate Change

Trinidad and Tobago unveiled its monitoring, reporting and verification system in mid-March with a flourish, with government authorities underscoring the launch of the Monitoring, Reporting, Verification as a milestone in that country's efforts to reduce its emissions in line with its commitments under the 2016 Paris agreement. And even while acknowledging the Intergovernmental Panel on […]

(15/03/2019 @ 09:59)

VIDEO: “People Affected by Leprosy Suffer Severe Discrimination”

“More than 50 countries in the world have discriminatory laws against people affected by Hansen’s disease. There is also a lot of discrimination in the public administration…and in society,” Alice Cruz, U.N. Special Rapporteur on the elimination of discrimination against persons affected by leprosy and their family members, said in this interview with IPS (in […]

(15/03/2019 @ 08:35)

Becoming Drought Resilient: Why African Farmers Must Consider Drought Tolerant Crops

The latest UN Food and Agriculture Organization's annual Africa Regional Overview of Food Security and Nutrition Report highlighted drought as one of the key factors contributing to the continuing rise in the number of hungry people in sub-Saharan Africa. And in South Africa, the Government's Crop Estimates Committee announced that the country would harvest 20 […]

(15/03/2019 @ 05:38)

People Affected by Leprosy in Latin America Unite for Their Rights and Their Voice

With the decision to found a regional coalition to promote rights and greater participation in national and international forums and decisions, the First Latin American and Caribbean Assembly of Organisations of People Affected by Hansen’s disease, popularly known – and stigmatised – as leprosy, came to an end. The final session of the meeting, on […]

(14/03/2019 @ 19:52)

Helping St. Vincent's Fishers Maintain an Essential Industry in a Changing Climate

From an influx of sargassum in near-shore waters, to fish venturing further out to sea to find cooler, more oxygenated water, fishers in St. Vincent and the Grenadines are battling the vagaries of climate change. The country is doing what it can to respond.

(14/03/2019 @ 06:55)

Tobacco Industry Targets Women in Asia

Wendell Balderas is Media & Communications Manager & Mary Assunta is Senior Policy Advisor, Southeast Asia Tobacco Control Alliance (SEATCA)*

(14/03/2019 @ 04:39)

In Latin America, the Term Leprosy Still Carries a Burden from Biblical Times

Known scientifically as Hansen’s disease, leprosy carries a symbolic burden from the past that people affected by the disease and experts from around Latin America are fighting, including the terminology used. The debate took place during a panel called Hanseniasis versus Leprosy, at the First Latin American and Caribbean Assembly of Organisations of People Affected […]

(13/03/2019 @ 19:10)

Using Climate-Smart Solutions to Promote Peace in South Sudan

Almost a month to go ahead of the traditional rainy season in Gbudue State, 430 kilometres west of South Sudan's capital, Juba, smallholder farmers are already tilling their land as they prepare to plant purer, drought-tolerant seeds. “We are preparing our land this early because we are never sure when it is likely going to […]

(13/03/2019 @ 13:53)

Gang Rape & Murder of 12 Year Old Somali Girl Sparks Fury

Hawa Aden Mohamed is founder of The Galkayo Centre, an organisation based in Galkayo, Puntland, Somalia, which educates and protects girls from female genital mutilation (FGM) and other forms of violence. It is the local partner of international group Donor Direct Action.

(13/03/2019 @ 08:50)

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