Immigrants seek protection for families after 121 people were taken into custody to be deported, as legal groups and Latin American consulates rush to assistance
The adult literacy program developed in Cuba is now being used in more than 30 countries.
UNICEF warned that as many as 600 million children will be threatened by depleted sources of safe water.
‘Orange the World’ began on 25 November and will end 10 December with the Human Rights Day.
SG Ban Ki-moon said the 20th anniversary of the CTBTO is a call to action to end nuclear testing.
State members hope to reach agreements on a diverse range of global issues, including oceans, tuberculosis and killer robots among others.
According to the International Organization for Migration IOM a quarter million people have arrived to Europe but 3034 have died in the attempt this year.
Amnesty International remains positive about a year many have written off as a terrible one.
The global slavery index released and shows this problem is far from being solved.
Despite Colombian guerrilla agreed to release all soldiers under 15, in Britain, Yemen, South Sudan, Myanmar and the Democratic Republic of Congo still have child soldiers.
2017 marks the fiftieth anniversary of Israeli occupation and for Palestinian refugees life seems to barely go on.
According to UNICEF these children live in harsh conditions, lack access to decent health, education and protection services.
According to the 2016 Global Report on Trafficking in Persons trafficking for sexual exploitation remains the most detected form.
2017 will host various experiments on what experts have touted as ‘the only way to survive in the coming age of automation.’
Domestic workers are excluded from social security systems mainly because the lack of legal recognition of their work, discriminatory social practices and socio-cultural elements that engender a low social value for this type of work.
Under the idea of being a peacekeeper the US has intervened in several conflicts and leave behind massive collateral damage.
‘Come from Away’ is a Canadian musical which celebrates kindness towards strangers.
More than 40 high-performance athletes, who are also refugees with no home country, have been identified as possible team members in Brazil
Johan Galtung, expert on peace studies, proposes a solution to the underlying Korean conflict.
Algeria's 'black decade' might be useful in resolving the Syrian civil war.
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