Addressing Inequalities in Health, Gender, and Climate

By Kate Dodson on June 5, 2019

What does gender equality and climate change have to do with health? Everything. At the end of May, the 72nd …

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Lessons from My Dad on Family and Equal Parenting

By Peter Yeo on June 5, 2019

There is no such thing as a perfect father. All dads, including me, have moments that make us cringe in …

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The Journey to Power: Women Delivering Progress and Change

By Michelle Milford Morse on May 31, 2019

What is a woman’s journey to power? What does she need to do — or change — to arrive at a place …

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7 Ways U.S. States are Leading Climate Action

By Chandler Green on May 30, 2019

People in the United States may seem divided, but when it comes to protecting the planet, 25 governors have joined …

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Firsthand Perspective: Witnessing the Work of UN Peacekeepers

By Chandrima Das on May 29, 2019

When you work in a war zone, the first thing you learn is where the nearest United Nations peacekeeping base …

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Setting The Record Straight: 10 Facts You Didn’t Know about Vaccines

By Katie Blanton on May 21, 2019

Deadly diseases that can be prevented with a simple vaccine still threaten millions of people around the world — especially …

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Why Empowering Female Workers in Kenya Pays Dividends

By Seema Jalan on May 21, 2019

Every day, Christine drops her children off at her employer-sponsored daycare and goes to her job as an employee relations …

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5 Things to Watch at the World Health Assembly

By Rachel Smidt on May 17, 2019

As global health experts gather at the annual World Health Assembly (WHA) from May 19-28, what are the pressing issues …

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(S)heroes of the UN: Protecting the World’s Most Vulnerable People

By Jenni Lee on May 14, 2019

Lise Grande leads the United Nations’ efforts to provide lifesaving aid to more than 21 million people caught in the …

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