70 Years of Impact: Insights on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

By Chandler Green
December 5, 2018

On December 10, the most translated document in the world – the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) – turns …

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Key Opportunities for Climate Leadership at the UN Climate Change Conference

By Pete Ogden Ryan Hobert
December 4, 2018

The 2018 annual conference of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, happening now, is the most anticipated and consequential …

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Global Partnership Needed to Fight AIDS

By Elizabeth Ivanovich
November 30, 2018

Thirty years after the World Health Organization (WHO) created World AIDS Day, HIV/AIDS is no longer a fatal disease for …

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Deadly, but Preventable: 3 Key Facts on the Fight Against Measles

By Jenni Lee
November 30, 2018

No child should die from a disease that we know how to prevent – yet an alarming new report from the World …

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4 Reports to Save the World

By Reid Detchon
November 29, 2018

Against a background of hurricanes and wildfires pummeling coastlines and destroying homes, four new reports aim to define how future …

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Stories of Survival: 5 Women Across The Globe Speak Out

By MJ Altman
November 29, 2018

It’s a global pandemic that will affect one in three women in her lifetime. It’s one of the most common human rights …

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A Global Issue We Can’t Ignore: Violence Against Girls and Women

By Chandler Green
November 25, 2018

From November 25 to December 10, Human Rights Day, the United Nations and partners will urge people everywhere to #HearMeToo …

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A Call to Action to Stop Superbugs

By Lori Sloate
November 16, 2018

On November 19-20, in Accra, Ghana, the United Nations Foundation, in partnership with the Wellcome Trust, the governments of Ghana, …

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Meet a Hopeful Humanitarian Protecting Girls and Women in Yemen

By Chandler Green
November 16, 2018

The severity of Yemen’s humanitarian crisis is inconceivable for many of us — nearly 22 million people in the war-torn …

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The Time is Now to Accelerate Momentum on Family Planning

By Kathy Calvin
November 12, 2018

Nearly 70 years ago, the world adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and proclaimed that “All human beings are …

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