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Food aid costs have skyrocketed, warns WFP

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Skyrocketing humanitarian needs are behind a 140 per cent "spike" in the cost of getting food to vulnerable communities, many of which need more help from their own countries, the UN said on…

20 Jul 2017 / Listen /

Most people warned against tobacco use, but industry still resistant

More people are being warned against tobacco use. Photo: WHO/ Regional Office for the Western Pacific

A majority of consumers around the world now receive warnings about the dangers of using tobacco products, but the industry continues to resist government efforts. That's according to the World Health Organization's (WHO)…

19 Jul 2017 / Listen /
New framework to "reinvigorate" African Union-UN partnership: UN chief UN commemorates Nelson Mandela's "lifetime of service" Some 700,000 civilians displaced from western Mosul: UN "Time is of the essence" to implement the Sustainable Development Goals: UN
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Countryside food producers suffering most from poverty, malnutrition

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Farmers producing 80 per cent of the world's food are suffering the most from poverty and malnutrition, according to…

22 Jul 2017 / Listen /

Empowering young women to speak for themselves

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When it comes to young women's right to access reproductive health care, "knowledge is power," according to an activist…

22 Jul 2017 / Listen /

One million undocumented Afghans to get right to stay in Pakistan

Afghan migrants freshly arrived at the Pakistan-Afghanistan border in  Chaman, Pakistan. Photo: UNHCR/ Chaman,Pakistan/August, 2015

Pakistan's plan to register up to one million undocumented Afghans living in the country is set to bring "much…

21 Jul 2017 / Listen /

Stigma-free access to sexual health care a must for youth

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The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) took centre stage this week at a forum at UN Headquarters where youth advocates…

21 Jul 2017 / Listen /

Multilingual contest encourages UK student's fight for gender equality

Nicholas Bloom, a student at the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom. Photo: UN News/Dianne Penn.

The opportunity to deliver a speech in French on gender equality to the UN General Assembly has cemented a…

21 Jul 2017 / Listen /
More women religious leaders needed to help prevent atrocities UN Messenger of Peace Malala inspires displaced girls in Iraq Mosul teen shot by sniper dreams of medical career "Scales have tipped" in fight against HIV
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Princess Grace of Monaco stars in this drama about the life of refugees in Europe.   Duration: 28’46″…

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Declaration of Human Rights by Eleanor Roosevelt

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In this historic audio, listen to Eleanor Roosevelt – diplomat, activist and former First Lady of the United States – read from…

15 Apr 2015 / Listen /
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