Food shortages could trigger social unrest in some places, while in others they may spur environmentally-damaging efforts to make up for what’s missing.
A statement from Filippo Grandi, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees where he reiterates the urgent call for civilian infrastructure protection.
In his first public appearance after a hospital stay, Pope Francis told crowds that they should remember to take a break and find time to 'switch off'.
From individual assaults to violent anti-lockdown protests, the COVID-19 pandemic has made the world less peaceful.
Victor Ochen grew up in refugee camps in Uganda, where he started a peace club. Today, he is a human rights advocate, activist and peacebuilder.
If we are to prevent the pandemic from sapping the potential of an entire generation, it's time to teach resilience to Gen Z as a core skill.
US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet in Geneva, Switzerland, on 16 June. Here's why Switzerland makes sense as a host.
Conflict and violence cost the world more than $14 trillion a year. Just a 2% reduction in conflict would free up as much money as the global aid budget.
For the world to achieve a sustainable, equitable recovery, governments, businesses and civil society groups must come together. The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic and societal ...