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Health workers in Gaza working under extreme insecure conditions

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The World Health Organisation(WHO) is calling for the opening up of a humanitarian corridor in Gaza, for the evacuation of the injured civilians well as for the supply of life saving medical supplies.…

25 Jul 2014 / Listen /

Arms race in Syria must be stopped to reduce suffering of civilians

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Barrel bombs continue to shower civilians in Syria, towns remain under siege while torture and other gross human rights violations are carried out in total impunity. The Chair of the Independent International Commission…

25 Jul 2014 / Listen /
Ban calls for 7 day humanitarian pause in Gaza and Israel fighting South Sudan's "catastrophic" food security situation of grave concern Investigation of attack on UN school in Beit Hanoun cut short UN cultural agency calls for protection of schools in conflicts
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Global discrepancies in levels of well-being persist

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Discrepancies in the levels of well-being for people across the world persist 20 years after a landmark conference on…

27 Jul 2014 / Listen /

Climate change forces Viet Nam farmers to give up growing rice

Rice fields of hill tribes in Sapa, Viet Nam. UN Photo/Kibae Park

Farmers in Viet Nam’s Mekong Delta say they may not be able to grow rice in the future because…

27 Jul 2014 / Listen /

Tanzanian villagers find answer to water shortage under their feet

Young rural farmers of Tanzania. UN Photo/B Wolff

Villagers in northern Tanzania have found the answer to a lack of water literally under their feet. The Maasai…

26 Jul 2014 / Listen /

Women shepherds in Somaliland determined to change their odds

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Water is a central concern year round in Somaliland, a self-declared autonomous state in northern Somalia. Over a third…

26 Jul 2014 / Listen /
Men and women serve under same rules in UN peacekeeping operation "Full-fledged impunity in Syria", says chair of UN-mandated probe Criminalisation of at-risk groups undermines AIDS response "International sisterhood" for five women on Security Council Sustained progress relies on good policies and social institutions Europe urged to do more to curb refugee, migrant deaths at sea Zimbabwean female peacekeeper’s sees “great opportunity” in her mission UN Emergency fund gives $75 million in relief aid to Sahel and Horn of Africa
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Ralph Bunche

Ralph Bunche

Celeste Holm interviews Ralph Bunche, Nobel laureate and Under Secretary for Special Political Affairs. He speaks with humour and humility about earlier career and educational experiences, race and how he…

25 Jul 2014 / Listen /

One Man’s Involvement

Sean MacBride

A portrait of Sean MacBride, United Nations High Commissioner for Namibia, cofounder of Amnesty International, and recipient of 1974 Nobel Peace Prize.…

25 Jul 2014 / Listen /
Nelson Mandela Addresses General Assembly