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Syrian refugee children as young as six forced into work

The children's agency says this nine-year old boy works in construction 12 hours a day. Photo: UNICEF/MENA

The Syrian conflict has forced an increasing number of children into work, with some as young as six helping…

2 Jul 2015 / Listen /

West Africa poised to experience "huge" agricultural growth

A woman farmer in Ganta, Liberia. Photo: UNMIL/Christophe Herwig

There are huge opportunities for agricultural growth in West Africa where a growing population and rising middle class have…

2 Jul 2015 / Listen /

“Horrific” Boko Haram crimes in Nigeria

Refugees and returnees who have fled Boko Haram violence in Borno State, Nigeria, sheltering in Niger's Guesseré village on the border. IRIN File Photo/Anna Jefferys

More details of dreadful violence by Boko Haram fighters emerged on Wednesday at the UN where the organisation's human…

1 Jul 2015 / Listen /

Srebrenica genocide: Remember the victims, recommit to peace

In 1995, a government soldier reads out the names of soldiers who are confirmed survivors or escapees from the fallen city of Srebrenica. UNICEF/NYHQ1995-0553/LeMoyne

The 8,000 Muslim men and boys who were killed in the Bosnian town of Srebrenica in July 1995 have…

1 Jul 2015 / Listen /

Food prices expected to decline over next decade

Buying food at a market in São José, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Photo: FAO/Giuseppe Bizzarri

Rising incomes and population growth in developing countries will spur increased demand for food over the next 10 years.…

1 Jul 2015 / Listen /
Heatwave warning system launched to tackle health threat "Savage” atrocities committed on civilians in South Sudan Mounting health risks facing children in Yemen Living history: staff member of UN anti-Apartheid radio unit retires Actor and environmentalist Robert Redford praises youth activism on climate change Scientists ponder role of bacteria in nutrition Water and sanitation "key" to eliminating cholera in Haiti Israel, Palestine react to Gaza probe US$2.3bn required to educate children in war-torn countries
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Declaration of Human Rights by Eleanor Roosevelt

In this historic audio, listen to Eleanor Roosevelt – diplomat, activist and former First Lady of the United States – read from the Declaration. Duration: 00:12:53     SHARE WITH…

15 Apr 2015 / Listen /

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15 Apr 2015 / Listen /
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