UN police officer recognized for protecting vulnerable Somali women from abuse

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Can we feed everyone without unleashing disaster? Read on

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How to build a more resilient and inclusive global system

Stopping antimicrobial resistance would cost just USD 2 per person a year

The EU Parliament endorses tax on financial transactions

LETTER FROM AFGHANISTAN: Elections serve up food for thought, for Afghan youth

Who should pay for workers to be reskilled?

Tips for investor engagement in emerging markets

How Japan can build a sustainable future post-COVID-19

FROM THE FIELD: Hardy seeds bear fruit to protect Colombia’s environment

JADE @ European Business Summit 2014: Youth Unemployment – a drive to Entrepreneurship

Take action on air pollution to save lives, and the planet, urges UN chief

ILO’s Bureau for Employers´Activities to publish new study on women in business and management

YO!Fest back in Strasbourg for the 2nd edition of the European Youth Event – 20-21 May 2016

Secure 5G networks: Commission endorses EU toolbox and sets out next steps

Who would pay and who is to gain from the EU-US free trade agreement

Human traffickers in Libya are posing as UN staff, says Refugee Agency

Elections in Britain may reserve a surprise for May’s Tories

Education critical to ensure future of forests, and reverse their destruction

Delivering masks across borders: EU Single Market protecting citizens’ health

The middle-class dream is moving beyond millennial reach

European Citizens’ Initiative: Commission decides to register ‘Right to Cure’ initiative

Storms and snow in Lebanon worsen plight for Syrian refugees

Air quality: Commission takes action to protect citizens from air pollution

90% of plastic polluting our oceans comes from just 10 rivers

This Japanese town has banned urban sprawl

Does the West reserve the fate of Libya and Syria for others? How does this relate to the EU’s Neighborhood Policy?

Western Balkans: European Parliament takes stock of 2018 progress

Celebrating the Customs Union: the world’s largest trading bloc turns 50

The Great Reset after COVID-19 must put people first

Phone lines open between Ethiopia and Eritrea, and people are calling strangers

4 ways the US can take the lead in the fight against human trafficking

How artificial intelligence is redefining the role of manager

MWC 2016 LIVE: Stripe gives payments leg-up to startups in emerging markets

Burning Amazon rainforests: Darting towards the doom of Human Race

UN chief welcomes ‘positive steps’ towards peace between Eritrea and Ethiopia

EU job-search aid worth €2 million for 500 former shipbuilding workers in Spain

Young activists do the talking as UN marks World Children’s Day

The EU invites the US and Russia to partition Ukraine

Spread of polio still an international public health concern

Parliament asks for the termination of EU-US bank data deal

State aid: Commission approves €24.7 million of Italian support to compensate Alitalia for further damages suffered due to coronavirus outbreak

Revealed: danger and squalor for cleaners who remove human waste by hand

EU labour mobility: Inconvenient truths for everybody

Under-fives’ daily screen time should be kept to 60 minutes only, warns WHO

Killing of aid worker in Syria part of ‘disturbing trend’

The UN has a 17-point plan to save the world. So how’s it doing?

Genocide threat for Myanmar’s Rohingya greater than ever, investigators warn Human Rights Council

Two-thirds of employees would trust a robot boss more than a real one

5 neuroscience hacks that will make you happier

FROM THE FIELD: Chad returnees’ reluctant homecoming

‘Stealing’ food from hungry Yemenis ‘must stop immediately’, says UN agency

Libyans continue ‘spilling their blood on the battlefield’ as fight for Tripoli rages on

Humanitarian Aid 2016: The needs, the highlights, the crisis and the relief

Nowhere is safe to hide in war-torn Yemen, say UN-appointed rights experts

Spanish and Polish voters are crying out for an imminent European change while US urge now Germany to change route

Reducing disaster risk is a good investment, and ‘the right thing to do’, says Guterres

Main results of European Council of 18/10/2018

Libya: UN mobilized to support thousands uprooted by Tripoli clashes, renews call for humanitarian truce

DR Congo: Following second brutal assault on Ebola clinic, UN health chief vows to continue serving ‘most vulnerable’

The next EU President will first have to drink his tea at Downing Street

Encryption is under attack. Here’s why that matters

Medical Doctors in Industry 4.0: pure science fiction

Gaza blockade causes ‘near ten-fold increase’ in food dependency, says UN agency

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