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Internal Migration: A Literary/Historical View

By Jan LundiusSTOCKHOLM / ROME, May 22 2020 – It is easy to generalize about migration. Populist politicians often portray migrants as strangers and ”our” homeland as a stable ...

COVID-19: Global Supply Chain Resilience Relies on Soap & Water for Workers

Workers at a ready-made garment factory wash hands having learned about importance of handwashing through hygiene behaviour training. Narayanganj, Bangladesh, 2020. Credit: WaterAid/Drik/Parvez ...

Logistics: The Backbone of Humanitarian Efforts Fighting COVID-19 in Asia and the Pacific

WFP-chartered planes bring in supplies and equipment to help the humanitarian community respond to the COVID-19 pandemic in the world’s largest refugee camp in Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh. ...

Entera Bio Ltd Announces Interim Biomarker Data From Phase 2 Clinical Trial of EB613 and First Quarter 2020 Financial Results

"' Statistically Significant One Month Increases in P1NP Biomarker from First 50% of Patients with Highest Dose of EB613 "'"' Company to Follow Patients in ...

Cyclone Amphan – ‘We Didn’t Expect Devastation of Such a Scale’

Jessore district in Bangladesh was one of the coastal districts evacuated of nearly 2.4 million people and over half a million livestock ahead of Cyclone Amphan making landfall. Credit: ...

Cyclone Amphan  – ‘We Didn’t Expect Devastation of Such a Scale’

Jessore district in Bangladesh was one the coastal districts evacuated of nearly 2.4 million people and over half a million livestock ahead of Cyclone Amphan making landfall. Credit: ...

Why More Must be Done to Fight Bogus COVID-19 Cure Claims

By External SourceMay 21 2020 – Fake and bogus cure claims are a longstanding, but neglected public health problem. Throughout recorded history, plagues have inspired anxiety ...

Food Markets in the Caribbean Take Stock of Vulnerability during COVID-19

By Jewel FraserPORT OF SPAIN, May 21 2020 – The COVID-19 pandemic has raised the spectre of food insecurity as countries and citizens fear a return to the conditions that roiled ...

Sustainable Development Goals: What to salvage from Covid-19

By Abdullah ShibliMay 21 2020 (IPS-Partners) Once the Covid-19 pandemic is under control, and the world economy is back on its tracks, the status and fate of the 2030 Agenda, also ...

As COVID-19 Burns, World’s Forgotten Wars Continue to take Toll on Civilians as Well

Images taken when Amnesty’s South Sudan researcher and Crisis Response team’s arms and military operations investigator visited 12 military training sites in South Sudan ...

COVID-19 Pandemic and the Pacific Islands

Raghbendra Jha is Professor of Economics and Executive Director, Australian National University By Raghbendra JhaCANBERRA, Australia, May 21 2020 – As of 11 AM (AEST) on 20th ...

Mexico’s Development Banks Fuel the Fossil Energy Trade

Demonstrators demand clarification of the murder of land rights activist Samir Flores and the shutdown of a thermoelectric plant in the state of Morelos, in central Mexico, in a February ...

To Restore Forests, First Start With a Seed

Emmanuel Nsabimana, a casual labourer at the National Tree Seed Centre, in Huye, in Rwanda’s Southern Province, has worked planting trees for over 40 years. He believes there has ...

Checkmate! China’s Coronavirus Connection

Handover ceremony at UN compound in Beijing for donation of critical medical supplies to the Chinese government. Credit: UNDP China By Simi MehtaNEW DELHI, May 20 2020 – Coronavirus ...

Will UN Chief & Senior Management Volunteer Pay Cuts in Crisis-Stricken World Body?

Secretary-General Antonio Guterres walking across the empty corridors in the locked-down UN Secretariat building in New York. Credit: United Nations By Thalif DeenUNITED NATIONS, ...
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