‘Wake-up call’ data shows 63 million adolescents out of school – joint UN agency reportSource:UN News 19 January 2015 – One in five adolescents worldwide is not in school, which means that some 63 million young people between the ages of 12 and 15 are denied the
At NY synagogue, UN deputy chief says uprooting seeds of racism, hatred vital to prevent genocideSource:UN News
Published in UPI Asia Blog: Romeo and Juliet is a tragic play written by Shakespeare early in his career as a writer. It is essentially about two teenage star-crossed lovers whose deaths ultimately unite their feuding households. It was among Shakespeare's most popular play during his life and along with Hamlet, is one of the most frequently performed play. Today, the title characters are regarded as archetypal young lovers.
Source:UN News Today, during an interactive dialogue with representatives from civil society, Sam Kutesa, President of the General Assembly, urged the participants to harness resources for an inclusive, tran
Source:UN News.16 January 2015 – United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called on Salvadorans to keep the spirit of peace alive, as he attended at a ceremony commemorating the 23rd anniversary of El Salvador’s 199
Major floods in Malawi, Mozambique force thousands to flee their homes – UN Source:UN News : 16 January 2015 – United Nations agencies are gearing up relief efforts in Malawi and
UN ‘barbershop’ conference aims to dispel stereotypes, promote gender equalityThe Barbershop Conference. Source:UN News
Journalism after ‘Charlie’: in Paris, UNESCO hosts day of reflection, free speech debateSource:UN News14 January 2015 – In the wake of last week’s attack against French satirical
Asia-Pacific growth to pick up moderately in 2015 – new UN reportSource:UN News.