With President Donald Trump saying torture works, how effective it really is?
Media needs to show refugees aren’t “potential terrorists” nor “threats to national security.”
The ambassador will work on building ties with the globe’s tech giants, stated the country’s foreign minister.
Nuclear weapons, climate change and Donald Trump’s election make the world closer to catastrophe.
Amnesty International documents the trend sweeping Europe, where states are tackling terrorism by trampling on their citizen’s freedoms.
According to the 2016 Global Report on Trafficking in Persons trafficking for sexual exploitation remains the most detected form.
Anti-microbial resistance causes 700,000 deaths each year and threatens animal health as well as food security and people’s livelihoods.
The challenge is to channel the protest and achieve political change at local and national level.
Can leaders at Davos solve these interconnected risks?
Cash transfer programs are meant to reduce poverty but their effectiveness depends on each country.
These posts will require Senate confirmation but they have already caused controversy.
According to some authors this could lead to more creative and great minds and more productive work.
According to UNICEF these children live in harsh conditions, lack access to decent health, education and protection services.
State members hope to reach agreements on a diverse range of global issues, including oceans, tuberculosis and killer robots among others.
With an eye in South Korea’s presidency, Mr. Ban Ki-moon is seeking to burnish his UN legacy.
The Smog Free Tower is a project that can raise awareness to the air pollution problem.
In his first day as UN Chief, Antonio Guterres announced his new year resolution: to make 2017 a year for peace.
According to Oxford University 47% of all jobs could be automated by 2034 and no government is prepared to face this.
In 2016 the renewable energy future came closer as installing a new solar panel is cheaper than the comparable investment in coal, natural gas or other options.
This year more than 5,000 people lost their lives trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea.
Amnesty International remains positive about a year many have written off as a terrible one.
XPrize Foundation encourages the development of technology to change the world.