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When young people have decent jobs, political weight, negotiating muscle and real influence in the world, they will create a better future, says the UN Secretary-General.
In the run-up to the General Election, Quakers in Britain aim to stimulate an alternative conversation on topics like justice, democracy and peace, Trident, sustainability and economic inequality.
Christian Aid has welcomed the UK Government’s pledge to commit £720 million to the Green Climate Fund.
The Renewable Energy Group Buying Initiative launches today, helping Quaker meetings, churches and charities buy renewable energy collectively.
MSPs will today seek to amend the Scottish Government's Regulatory Reform Bill to remove a new duty on Scottish regulators to 'promote economic growth'.
Marking the 68th birthday of the UN, the Secretary-General said the annual celebration offers a chance to recognise its contributions to peace and common progress.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has called for a clean energy transformation to help put the world on a more sustainable path.
There is overwhelming evidence that human activities are mainly responsible for climate change since the mid-twentieth century, and urgent action is needed to tackle the problem, scientific experts have said.
A new panel of economic experts is developing advocacy strategies for churches on ethical, just and sustainable economy and finance.
The Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO) has been named as one of the 100 most influential global actors in armed violence reduction.