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Tolerance, Productive Dialogue Essential to Advancing Self-Determination Process, Speakers Stress, as Pacific Regional Seminar on Decolonization Concludes

MANAGUA, 2 June — As the Pacific Regional Seminar on Decolonization concluded this afternoon, speakers stressed the need for productive dialogue and harmonious relations in order to advance the decolonization …

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A Q and A with Humanitarian Super-star, Jan Egeland

In all the policy analysis around the World Humanitarian Summit, one thing that often gets lost is the stakes of this meeting. With an unprecedented level of humanitarian emergencies going

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With Millions Displaced by Conflict, Climate Disasters, Leaders Meet To Shape Better Future at World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul

‘We are One Humanity with a Shared Responsibility,’ Secretary‑General Stresses

ISTANBUL, 23 May – The first-ever World Humanitarian Summit opened today in Istanbul with more than 65 Heads of State …

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Trouble in The Gambia

The small African country does not routinely make headlines. But in recent days there has been a crackdown against opponents of long serving dictator Yahya Jammeh. Several people have been

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Bold Steps Must Deliver Much-needed Innovative Tools so Developing States Can Achieve New Sustainable Goals, Population and Development Commission Hears

Bold steps were needed to build capacities, introduce innovative technologies and reconfigure national statistics systems so developing countries could shape the policies required to trigger sustainable development gains, stressed speakers …

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