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Jusoor International Center for Media and Development is organizing an international workshop entitled “Challenges of achieving peace and development in MENA region”

Jusoor International Center for Media and Development, in cooperation with the Arab-European Forum for Dialogue and Geneva Press Club, are organizing an international workshop entitled “Challenges of achieving peace and development in MENA region”, which will be held Geneva Press Club. The workshop will include a group of thinkers and speakers, led by Mohamed Al […]
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UNEP honours five protectors of Mother Earth

The UN Environment Programme (UNEP) announced on Tuesday, the 2022 Champions of the Earth for their transformative action to prevent, halt or reverse ecosystem degradation. A conservationist, a sustainable waste management enterprise, an economist, a women’s rights activist, and a wildlife biologist were selected from nearly 2,200 nominations – a new submission record. UNEP’s annual Champions […]
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Saving lives and preventing the spread of cholera in Haiti

A community health worker in the Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince, has been describing how she is going door-to-door to raise awareness about cholera prevention. The deadly but treatable disease has been spreading across the country and according to the latest Government figures published on 16 November there have been some 8,100 people admitted to hospital and […]
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COP27 closes with deal on loss and damage: A step towards justice

After days of intense negotiations that stretched into early Sunday morning in Sharm el-Sheikh, countries at the latest UN Climate Change Conference, COP27, reached agreement on an outcome that established a funding mechanism to compensate vulnerable nations for ‘loss and damage’ from climate-induced disasters. “This COP has taken an important step towards justice. I welcome […]
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Young Haitians bond over sport, earrings and pineapple jam

Young people from some of the most vulnerable and violent gang-controlled neighbourhoods of the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince have been talking about the power of getting together to share experiences and engage in sporting and entrepreneurial activities. Some 1500 young people got together at the Semans Lapè (Seeds of Peace) project event supported by the UN […]
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‘Bridges across digital divides’ needed to boost development, Guterres tells G20

With the right national policies, digital technology can give “an unprecedented boost to sustainable development”, particularly for the poorest countries, the UN chief told the G20 Summit in Bali, Indonesia, on Wednesday. “This calls for more connectivity; and less digital fragmentation. More bridges across digital divides; and fewer barriers. Greater autonomy for ordinary people; less […]
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