Holocaust commemoration about the past and the future: UN Secretary-General
Although hatred may appear to be on the rise, people everywhere can unite to create a world of peaceful coexistence.
In this latest edition of our Podcast Classics series, we’re going to be connecting the dots between Ancient Greece, rising tensions on the Korean Peninsula, and the boxer the world knows, simply, as “the greatest”: Muhammad Ali.
Ancient rock shelters that are home to some of the oldest cave paintings in Africa, have “enormous” potential to help bring thousands more tourists to Somalia and ‘Somaliland’.
If Africa’s young people are not supported in becoming the leaders of tomorrow, they will be “detractors” of those in power today.
That’s the opinion of Robert Ladu Luki, Chairperson of the National Land Commission in South Sudan.
Men should be playing a more active role in empowering women, and helping to end the scourge of gender-based violence.
Terrorism “on the defensive” but Syria’s “moment of truth” has arrived
Following the defeat of Daesh extremist forces in the Syrian cities of Raqqa and around Deir-ez-Zour, “terrorism is on the defensive”, but far from defeated.
“Unjust” to focus blame on teachers over student performance: UNESCO
Governments bear the main responsibility for ensuring quality education, while blaming teachers for students’ poor performance is often “unjust and unconstructive.”
Ending child marriage in West & Central Africa could take 100 years: UNICEF
Unless action is taken to stamp out child marriage in West and Central Africa, it will take more than 100 years to end the practice in these regions.
The rise in terrorism is posing a challenge to global efforts to safeguard cultural heritage and identity.
Reproductive health and economic inequalities inextricably linked: UNFPA