Antonio Guterres

 
One in three UN employees have been sexually harassed — survey
One in three UN employees have been sexually harassed — survey
A third of United Nations employees have reported experiencing sexual harassment at the world body over the last two years, according to the...
Money issues bedevil climate talks
Money issues bedevil climate talks
Money is a major sticking point in international talks about addressing climate change. But South Africa’s head of delegation, Minister of...
Climate talks must be rescued from failure, warns UN chief
Climate talks must be rescued from failure, warns UN chief
"Key political issues" deadlocking UN climate talks "remain unresolved", UN secretary-general Antonio Guterres warned on Wednesday after an...
South Africa must guard against the erosion of its social contract
South Africa must guard against the erosion of its social contract
The idea of government is rooted in a learnt human preference for social order and organisation, and the benefits thereof, as opposed to chaos....
Ethiopia, Eritrea declare war 'has come to an end'
Ethiopia, Eritrea declare war 'has come to an end'
Ethiopia and Eritrea are no longer at war, the neighbours said in a joint statement Monday after a series of historic meetings in Asmara to end...
New study reveals global plans to curb single-use plastic pollution
New study reveals global plans to curb single-use plastic pollution
Countries around the world are making an effort to combat plastic pollution, according to a new study released by UN Environment on Tuesday.
Syria's 'chemical attack' — What we know
Syria's 'chemical attack' — What we know
An alleged chemical attack in Syria's rebel-held Douma has sparked international outrage, with Washington warning on Sunday of possible military...
UN: Libya slave auctions may be crime against humanity
UN: Libya slave auctions may be crime against humanity
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Monday he was horrified by video footage showing migrants being sold as slaves in Libya and that these...
The children who bear the brunt of South Sudan’s refugee crisis
The children who bear the brunt of South Sudan’s refugee crisis
Deng Mawut was at home when the rebels came. The six-year-old cowered behind his mother with his siblings. They were looking for his father, a...
Poor countries bear world's refugee burden
Poor countries bear world's refugee burden
Fears about supposed floods of refugees in industrialised countries have led to poor countries bearing the burden of the West's indifference.
UN: Climate change driving forced migration
UN: Climate change driving forced migration
Climate change, environmental degradation and economic deprivation are among forces increasingly driving the dramatic growth in migration, the head...

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