Thursday, 30 October 2014

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Sweden recognises the state of Palestine

Sweden recognises the state of Palestine

30 October 2014 – Sweden becomes the first EU Member State to officially recognise the state of Palestine. 'The past year, we’ve seen how the peace negotiations once again have halted, how decisions on new settlements on occupied Palestinian land have obstructed a two-state solution and how violence has returned to Gaza,’... Read more

UNRIC’s newsletter out now!

UNRIC’s newsletter out now!

October 2014 – UNRIC's October newsletter takes a look at some Nordic companies' controversial com... Read more

Malala donates $50,000 to Gaza school

Malala donates $50,000 to Gaza school

29 October 2014.  Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai has announced she is donating US$ 50... Read more

A wonderful 69th UN birthday party

A wonderful 69th UN birthday party

29 October 2014 - We would like to thank everyone who contributed to an amazing United Nations Day 2014! ... Read more

 Barbershop at the UN: Men talk to men about women

Barbershop at the UN: Men talk to men about women

  29 October 2014. What do Iceland and Surinam have in common? Perhaps not that many things, given ... Read more

100 tons of ice to draw attention to Climate Change

100 tons of ice to draw attention to Climate Change

28 October 2014 - Hundred tons of ice blocks from Greenland have been put on display in central Copenha... Read more

Migrants: Removing the Stigma

Migrants: Removing the Stigma

28 October 2014 - Since 2000, over 40,000 people have lost their lives whilst trying to leave their cou... Read more

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A vaccine for violence

The world is a dangerous place for children. Act now!

Across the world, children are facing an epidemic of violence. In war zones, on the streets of violent cities, but also, shockingly, in their own homes and schools. From babies to teenagers, they’re beaten, raped, even murdered.

UNICEF vaccinates over a third of the world’s children. But there is no vaccine for violence. And there never will be.

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