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War and conflict

News / 13th December 2019

According to OCHA’s “Global Humanitarian Overview 2020,” 168 million people worldwide will need assistance in the coming year — the “highest figure in decades.”

Report / 16th November 2019

In einer zunehmend ungleichen und nicht nachhaltigen Welt müssen die Regierungen dringend die restriktiven politischen und wirtschaftlichen Ideologien der Vergangenheit überwinden und Lösungen finden, die den gemeinsamen Bedürfnissen der Menschen in allen Ländern gerecht werden. 

Blog / 25th September 2019

Every dollar of public money financing US militarism abroad is a dollar that could fight hunger, homelessness, or climate change, writes Medea Benjamin for openDemocracy. 

Report / 7th June 2019

The world’s 10 most under reported displacement crises— which have rendered millions of people homeless– have continued to worsen due either to political neglect, a shortage of funds or lack of media attention, according to a new report released by the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC).

Article / 17th May 2019

In his 900th column for openDemocracy, Paul Rogers shows how economics and climate demand a new approach to international security.

Article / 8th March 2019

At long last the political debate in the world’s richest country is vibrant with proposals that would help the most vulnerable in our society. And what do we hear in response? A growing chorus of naysayers.

News / 30th January 2019

Conflict-driven hunger is getting worse, according to a snapshot of the eight places in the world with the highest number of people in need of emergency food support, and the link between them is “all too persistent and deadly” according to a new report delivered to the UN Security Council.

News / 30th January 2019

緊急食料支援を必要とする人々の数が最も多い世界8か所の概観によると、紛争による飢餓は悪化しており、国連安全保障理事会に提出された新しい報告書によると、それらの間の関連性は「あまりにも執拗かつ致命的」であることが明らかになりました。

Article / 24th December 2018

The UN General Assembly is set to vote on the final draft of the global compact on refugees as a basis for a more equitable sharing of the burden and responsibility for hosting and supporting the world’s refugees.

Article / 24th December 2018

Numerous political leaders from all over the world are gathered these days in Marrakech, under the auspices of the UN, to sign a new migration agreement: the Global Compact for Migration.