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UN Tag Archive

Sudan criminalises female genital mutilation

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Sophia Kypriotis celebrates Sudan's criminalisation of the scarring process, whilst reminding us of the progress to be made....

Coal-amity: Dirty power troubles

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UN Secretary General António Guterres has called on Asia to quit its “addiction” to coal in an attempt to curb climate change.   Asia suffer from something of a climate...

Trump withdraws from Paris Agreement, Accord-ing to Sources

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For some years, many have seen the Republicans as America’s anti-green party, which – at least in historical terms – isn’t entirely fair: even some of the die-hard...

Why have some received Greta Thunberg so badly?

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Victoria Osho writes about climate activist Greta Thunberg's recent UN speech. ...

Newcastle poverty shows North-South health divide

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Speaking at the Gateshead Council’s Families Overview and Scrutiny Committee, Professor of Urban Design for Health Tim Townshend argued that there are location-related...

Intervention, again!

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Scott Houghton. Joe Holloran & Jamie Cameron discuss the UK missile strikes on Syria....

Myanmar: A global silence?

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Following Boris Johnson's visit to Myanmar, our writers discuss Britain's international obligations...

Students start up Model UN society

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Conferences are held across the UK and include different committees...

Climate change in UN

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Can a power change improve the controversial image of IPCC?...