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World Press Freedom Day 2022 Reflections On Press Freedom

  World Press Freedom Day 2022 Date: 3 May 2022 Time: 11 am - 12 pm EDT Watch live on YouTube More information https://jwf.org On Tuesday, 3 May 2022, the Journalists and Writers Foundation will host a virtual event to mark World Press Freedom Day 2022 with the theme of “Reflections on Press Freedom”. Moderated [...]

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Sport for One Humanity

  Sport for One Humanity Sport for One Humanity aims to select and support innovative sports-based projects implemented by civil society organizations that promote a culture of peace, mutual understanding and cooperation among diverse communities and cultures around the world. The initiative will give priority to projects using and promoting sport as a tool for [...]

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Development financing crucial to get global economy back on track

  Global Economy The global economy is under severe stress and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are in “need of urgent rescue”, the deputy UN chief told the Financing for Development Forum on Monday. (more information)    

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Population and Development Commission: ‘Perfect Storm’ of crises take shape

  Perfect Storm Against the backdrop of shifting population demographics, conflicts, post-pandemic shocks and climate change, the developing world is on the brink of a “perfect storm” of debt, food and energy crises, experts warned the Commission on Population and Development on Monday. (more information)    

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