Month: November 2018

November 30, 2018

Geneva Conference on Afghanistan

Abdullah Abdullah, CEO of National Unity Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, addresses the closing session of the Geneva Conference on Afghanistan

Greenlight for Global Citizen Festi...

Global Citizen Festival is an annual music festival organised by the Global Poverty Project.The project is a movement that seeks to bring an end to extreme poverty by 2030 as part of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.

Stigma, Fear and Ignorance Keep AID...

On Dec. 1, we observe the 30th World AIDS Day. There’s been a lot of progress over the past 30 years, but people still die from AIDS

Bolivia: Coping With Climate Change

Using what is known as ‘talking maps’, farmers work with technical experts from the project to create visual representations of what their community looked like in the past, what it looks like now

Taliban: Attack Retaliation for Civ...

The Taliban claimed responsibility for Wednesday’s attack on a British private security company, G4S, that killed at least 10 people and wounded more than 30 others in the capital, Kabul

Ukraine: Barriers to Free Movement ...

A central problem is that those in control of the area have not made the bridge at Stanitsa Luhanska, the sole crossing point in the region, safe for civilians

Ignorance of the Law is No Excuse

Don’t send explicit messages or post pictures or videos of a person in a compromising position/private moments with out permission

Children At Risk in the Central Afr...

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said children in the Central African Republic (CAR) are facing a neglected emergency with two in three children in the country in need of humanitarian assistance. In a report issued today (30 Nov), UNICEF said 1.5 million children now require humanitarian assistance, an increase of 300,000 since 2016. Over …

Some of Those ‘Missing’...

Sheriff’s authorities have faced criticism over spotty communication with outside agencies aiding the relief effort but insist they are constantly cross-checking names of survivors

Sikh-American Woman Highlights Dive...

Serene Singh, a Sikh-American, has been named a Rhodes Scholar and is one of 21 women — the largest number of women ever in a U.S. Rhodes Scholar class

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