27 May 2024 - Good morning from the blue waters and lush green hills of the Caribbean where earlier we were reporting live from the opening of the Fourth International Conference on Small Island ...
The fourth International Conference on Small Island Developing States (SIDS4) opened today in Antigua and Barbuda to deliver a bold new and transformative plan of action to help SIDS build resilience, ...
The international community is joining together to support small islands in their bid for a better future. Opening on 27 May ...
Near-term global economic outlook cautiously optimistic as vulnerabilities remain, Persistently high interest rates, debt sustainability challenges, continuing geopolitical tensions, and increasing ...
Small Island Developing States (SIDS) face major challenges—climate change, geographic remoteness, a narrow export base—that make them vulnerable to external economic, environmental, and social shocks ...
Global economic prospects have improved since January, with major economies avoiding a severe downturn, bringing down inflation without increasing unemployment, according to the World Economic ...
From fighting climate change to eliminating hunger and poverty, digital technologies can help achieve 70% of targets under the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Now more than ever, building a ...
Obstetric fistula is a hole between the birth canal and bladder or rectum, caused by prolonged, obstructed labour without access to timely, high-quality medical treatment. It leaves women and ...
With billions of participants, facilitators, and spectators around the world, sport has the potential to play a key role in raising awareness and influencing behaviours for meaningful climate action.
This morning, the Security Council is scheduled to hold a briefing on the Middle East (Yemen), followed by consultations. At noon, the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General will hold a press ...
175 nations agree to develop a legally binding agreement on plastic pollution by 2024, prompting a major step towards reducing greenhouse gas emissions from plastic production, use and disposal.
The global economic outlook has improved since January, with major economies avoiding a severe downturn. The world economy is now projected to grow by 2.7 per cent in 2024, instead of 2.4 per cent ...