The COVID-19 crisis has severely affected labor markets around the world, hurting young people more than other age groups.
On May 16, 2021, the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) Open Debate on the Palestine-Israel conflict via video link was held against the backdrop of the recent escalations of a decades-long conflict between the two. The debate was headed by the Chinese Foreign Minister and State Counselor Mr. Wang Yi. This is not the first…
If you were hanging around Lower Manhattan last weekend, you would have noticed crowds of revelers dressed in lavish costumes or rainbow-themed attire on their way to the city’s annual Pride event. New York City Pride is where it all started with the Stonewall Riots and has evolved into Gay prides all over the world. The pride march is the centerpiece of NYC pride with its colorful floats, music, and community groups.
Despite the uncertainties and upheavals of 2020, artists have continued to produce excellent art performance that defies genres, merges past influences, and exceeds expectations.
On Tuesday, April 6th, 2021, a side event at the ECOSOC Youth Forum has taken place virtually with the help of the main sponsor, Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI) under the theme “Recalibrating & Rethinking Sustainable Future: The Importance of Health, Wellbeing & Empathy”.
Countries from all over the world are far from free from the worst impacts of the pandemic. That is why during this unprecedented time, artists and their art craft have played a meaningful though intangible role in the global fight against the virus.
Last year, the 68th United Nations Civil Society Conference took place in Salt Lake City under the theme “Building Inclusive and Sustainable Cities and Communities”. The series of sessions focused on SDG 11 “to make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable by 2030”, but took into account the interlinkages between this SDG…
Civil society, although with much potential to be realised, is a power in predicament in today’s COVID-19 pandemic. Read to find out more.
With the Doomsday Clock set at just 100 seconds to midnight, the nuclear threat is more apparent now than ever before. We must push back against the nuclear tide
Passion and eagerness for change – that was what underpinned the two and a half hours long Virtual Africa Union Youth Consultation Series (AUYCS) on COVID-19, African & Global Solidarity organised by the African Union Youth Envoy. Joined by an amazing lineup of speakers, the meeting sought to spark discussions between speakers and youth on…