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How War Could Undermine One Of Medicine's Brightest Success Stories
Instability in central Africa could thwart efforts to wipe out a deadly disease.
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What Growing Up Is Like In One Of The Worst Countries To Be A Kid
This gorgeous web comic and 360-video experience takes you inside a conflict few have seen.
As Troops Withdraw, Women Fear Return Of Joseph Kony’s LRA
By Alexandra Fisher, Women & Girls
In the Central African Republic, the women of Obo are considering leaving their homes when Ugandan and U.S. troops abandon
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All Schools Should Be Safe Havens Like Mine
Intern at Human Rights Watch
With June almost here, I’m looking forward to the end of the school year and graduating from high school. I’ll miss my friends
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The Central African Republic: A Political Springboard For The Gabonese Military
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Axel Augé, Ecole Saint-Cyr Coëtquidan Amid the mayhem of the Central African Republic, new armed groups are emerging, according
Creating A Comic Book In One Of The Worst Countries In The World To Be A Child
The Central African Republic (CAR) is one of the worst countries in the world to be a child. Sitting second only to Niger
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7 Forgotten World Crises That Urgently Need Your Support
The world’s humanitarian needs are growing. So is the aid gap.
The News That Wasn't: What You Missed in 2016
UN Assistant Secretary-General and UNDP Assistant Administrato...
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Clashes In Central African Republic Town Leave 25 Dead
By Matthew Mpoke Bigg, Reuters
Six gendarmes are among the dead.
New School Year Should Not Mean Loss of Meals
Author, journalist,and historian. Partnered with UN World Food...
A joint declaration at Whitehouse.gov between the United States and Laos reads, "The two leaders noted the positive outcomes
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Bemba's 18-Year Jail Sentence Is ICC's Warning to Military Leaders About Sexual Violence
Paul Seils is Vice President of the International Center for T...
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First Man Convicted Of Sexual Violence In War By Global Court Gets 18 Years
By Thomas Escritt, Reuters
Congo's Jean-Pierre Bemba was found guilty of leading a campaign of rape and murder in neighboring Central African Republic in 2002-03.
Goran Tomasevic / Reuters
This Radio Station Is Trying To Heal One Of The Most War-Torn Parts Of Africa
Muslim and Christian journalists are trying to bridge the Central African Republic's sectarian divide.
Climate Change This Week: Tragic Drought in Africa & India, New Clean Power Strides, and More!
Mary Ellen Harte
Biologist, Author, and Consultant on Climate Change and Popula...
January and February set new Arctic heat records; Alaska has been warmer than ever recorded this year; April was a record
No More Excuses: The Need for an Inclusive Humanitarian Response
Director of the emergencies program at Human Rights Watch
War is difficult for everyone, but one of the often untold stories of many conflicts is the profound isolation, abandonment, and neglect faced by people with disabilities in conflicts around the world.
How We're Fighting Conflict and Fragility Where Poverty is Deepest
Sri Mulyani Indrawati
Chief Operating Officer and Managing Director, World Bank
Why the World Needs a UN Leader Who Stands Up for Human Rights
Senior Director for Research, Amnesty International
The UN has not failed, yet. But its ability to fulfill its purpose is in grave jeopardy. The governments who select the next Secretary-General have to answer the critics who question whether the organization is fit for purpose in the twenty-first century.
Siegfried Modola / Reuters
UN Widens Probe Of Fresh Sex Abuse Allegations In Central African Republic
By Louis Charbonneau, Reuters
A team led by the U.N. peacekeeping mission in CAR has traveled to the Kemo prefecture to investigate.
An historic Week: Bringing War Criminals to Justice
Journalist; Writer; Broadcaster; and Human Rights Campaigner
The fact that these cases were heard in the same week may be merely coincidental, but it nevertheless sends out a strong signal that commanders who commit or permit atrocities will ultimately be held responsible.
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