Food sustainability in the post-pandemic international paradigm

2021-07-28T18:14:26+00:00

On June 29 this year, a meeting was held by the Ministers of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation in Matera, Italy, within the framework of the Group of 20 (G20). [...]

Food sustainability in the post-pandemic international paradigm2021-07-28T18:14:26+00:00

What COVID-19 Can Teach Us About Mitigating Climate Change

2021-07-18T16:45:29+00:00

While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to ravage the world, climate change—a crisis that can cause even greater destruction—looms. All crises teach us lessons, but the pandemic has gone further: it has [...]

What COVID-19 Can Teach Us About Mitigating Climate Change2021-07-18T16:45:29+00:00

In face of a pandemic: The international community and South Asia

2021-07-18T16:38:10+00:00

The 2020-2021 coronavirus outbreak in South Asia has caused severe impacts on the South Asian countries, including the disruption of economies, food insecurity, and economic uncertainties, amongst others. Ever since [...]

In face of a pandemic: The international community and South Asia2021-07-18T16:38:10+00:00

Guterres: Vaccines should be considered ‘global public goods’

2021-06-17T10:23:25+00:00

Speaking via videolink in London, Secretary-General António Guterres said there was no other way of defeating a virus that spreads across developing countries “like wildfire” and risks mutating, other than through [...]

Guterres: Vaccines should be considered ‘global public goods’2021-06-17T10:23:25+00:00

COVID crisis to push global unemployment over 200 million mark in 2022

2021-06-03T11:22:44+00:00

The economic crisis caused by the COVID pandemic is expected to contribute to global unemployment of more than 200 million people next year, with women and youth workers worst-hit, UN [...]

COVID crisis to push global unemployment over 200 million mark in 20222021-06-03T11:22:44+00:00

Nobel Prize Laureates and Other Experts Issue Urgent Call for Action After ‘Our Planet, Our Future’ Summit

2021-05-09T09:36:37+00:00

"The first Nobel Prize Summit comes amid a global pandemic, amid a crisis of inequality, amid an ecological crisis, amid a climate crisis, and amid an information crisis. These supranational [...]

Nobel Prize Laureates and Other Experts Issue Urgent Call for Action After ‘Our Planet, Our Future’ Summit2021-05-09T09:36:37+00:00

How did one of the world’s poorest countries defeat Covid?

2021-05-06T16:10:16+00:00

As countries around the world are grappling with the coronavirus outbreak, Haiti, one of the world’s poorest countries, has managed to maintain a lower death rate. The country has so [...]

How did one of the world’s poorest countries defeat Covid?2021-05-06T16:10:16+00:00

Survey: Women’s unpaid care work goes up by 128% in urban areas

2021-04-25T11:37:39+00:00

Time-related engagement of women in unpaid care work, such as cooking, cleaning and washing, has gone up to about 128% in urban areas.The information contained in a survey report,“Rapid Analysis [...]

Survey: Women’s unpaid care work goes up by 128% in urban areas2021-04-25T11:37:39+00:00