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"The will of the Gambian people must be respected", Security Council urges


The will of the people of Gambia must be respected as well as the outcome of the 1 December election which recognized Adama Barrow as President-elect. The Security Council made the call as…

19 Jan 2017 / Listen /

Global plan launched for better data to improve lives

Wide view of participants at the UN World Data Forum in Cape Town, South Africa. Photo: Mbongiseni Mndebele

A global plan for better data to improve people's lives has been launched at the UN World Data Forum in South Africa. The Cape Town Global Action Plan for Sustainable Development Data will…

18 Jan 2017 / Listen /
UN political chief urges continued support for Iran nuclear deal Anti-Muslim hatred and other forms of bigotry on rise, warns UN chief "Heightened emotions" after UN vote on Israeli settlements Syria warring parties continue to use "aid as weapon of war": UN Powering sustainable development: first World Data Forum begins Aid and water supply concerns, "threaten fragile Syria ceasefire"
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Data revolution benefiting humanitarian aid delivery

An aid distribution centre in Ukraine, which witnessed a dramatic rise of people in need of humanitarian assistance in 2016, due to the ongoing conflict. Photo: OCHA/ReliefWeb

Well-managed data can support efforts to deliver aid to millions of people affected by natural and man-made catastrophes, according…

21 Jan 2017 / Listen /

Muslim women should be more "visible" in the media


  Muslim women are especially prone to hate crimes and should become more "visible" in the media to make…

21 Jan 2017 / Listen /

War-torn Syrian sites of Palmyra, Aleppo "part of their identity"

UNITAR-UNOSAT : Palmyra Roman Tetrapylon and Theatre damage assessment
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Newly-identified destruction of the World Heritage Site of Palmyra is an "immense loss" to both the Syrian people and…

20 Jan 2017 / Listen /

Gender parity still "decades away" in public life: UN development chief

Helen Clark. UN Photo/Rick Bajornas

Gender parity for leadership roles in public life across the world is still "decades away," according to the head…

20 Jan 2017 / Listen /

People need to be valued regardless of their identity


All people need to be valued and included in development activities regardless of their gender identity, according to a representative…

20 Jan 2017 / Listen /
Tourism "perfect tool" to promote Sustainable Development Goals UN Syria Envoy set for international talks in Kazakhstan "Lost generation" of Syrian refugee children in Turkey missing out on school "Influx of violent extremists" an increasing challenge for authorities Agricultural leaders urged to act now to avert global water crisis War "won't prevent Aleppo from rising": UN aid coordinator Suicide bombing in Mali "direct attack on the peace process"
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People in Houses

Princess Grace of Monaco stars in this drama about the life of refugees in Europe.   Duration: 28’46″…

24 Dec 2015 / Listen /

Life Begins at Ten


American actors Doris Day and Gregory Peck join Eleanor Roosevelt to raise awareness on the life of refugees in Europe. Duration: 14’21″…

24 Dec 2015 / Listen /
Declaration of Human Rights by Eleanor Roosevelt

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