The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development requires the UN system to “reinvent” itself in order to better serve Member States.
Gaming experts are joining representatives from government and the private sector as well as policy makers, activists and students for what’s being billed as the world’s first “playable” policy conference.
War museums will “continue to predominate” but peace museums can “give daylight” to stories that are often hidden, an expert on genocide says.
Unless people stop dumping plastic items such as bottles, bags and cups after using them just once, there could be more plastic in the oceans than fish by 2050.
Up to 90 per cent of women report that they’ve been harassed on their way to work, according to information cited by UN Women.
A resilient and adaptable health care system is the “bread and butter” of any effective response to a climate-induced crisis.
Resilient health care systems “bread and butter” in helping women cope with climate crises: WHO
A new global agreement that makes trade cheaper, easier and faster has been welcomed by the UN trade body, UNCTAD.
Increased pressures on natural resources, rising inequality and the effects of climate change are placing global food security “in jeopardy,” the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) warns.
The practice of enforced disappearance is not decreasing, it’s “morphing”, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights has said.