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‘Don’t work for climate wreckers’ UN chief tells graduates, in push to a renewable energy future

Today’s college graduates can become the generation to succeed “where my generation has failed” the UN chief said on Tuesday, urging the class of 2022, not to work for “climate wreckers” in industries that continue to profit from fossil fuels.

Middle East and North Africa: highest youth unemployment rates in the world

To addressing youth unemployment, more than 33 million new jobs need to be created by 2030 in the Middle East and North Africa region by 2030, if the world’s largest unemployment hot spot is to be substantially improved, four United Nations agencies said on Monday.

The power of knowledge in the prevention of and protection from crime during the Long Night of Research

Vienna (Austria), 23 May 2022 – How can science and research support peace and development around the world? How can data and information help...

Biodiversity Day: UN chief calls to ‘build a shared future for all life’

Three-quarters of the land-based environment and about 66% of the marine environment have been significantly altered by human actions. Biodiversity offers solutions for green and inclusive growth.

The platform for Ukrainian refugees in Bulgaria blocked, only 50 managed to register

The technical problem was reported on the first day of its launch, the Refugee Agency explained it with overload A technical problem in the online...

Faith-based Engagement at Stockholm+50

Faith-based Organisations (FBOs) established an interfaith working group to support faith communities understanding of, and engagement on, issues related to Stockholm+50. This page is a resource guide...

Sufi Sheik Bentounes at JIVEP event “today, we need to choose … the power of love”

In Brussels, the Church of Scientology celebrates the UN day of Living Together in Peace JIVEP. On May 17, in the Church of Scientology based...

Climate change threatening access to water and sanitation

Climate change is set to increase pressure significantly on people’s access to water and sanitation unless governments do more to prepare key infrastructure now, the UN warned on Friday.   

Addressing global challenges through international cooperation on crime prevention and criminal justice

Today brought the thirty-first session of the Commission of Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ) to a close

Putting Women at the Forefront to Combat Crime and Protect Rights  

Women and girls consistently account for the majority of detected trafficking victims, primarily for sexual exploitation
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