Youth and Sustainable Peace – Panel 2
Whether or not a nuclear energy renaissance will be borne out at a global level, the concept remains salient in the Gulf region. In the past decade, a number of Gulf states have signalled ambitions to develop domestic nuclear energy programmes. Amid concerns over volatile oil prices, rising domestic...
The UN has launched a new advocacy campaign ACT to Protect Children Affected by Conflict. The purpose of this campaign is to further raise awareness of the issues involved with children affected by conflict. At present there exists a range of legal and political initiatives that seek to protect...
The 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees (“Convention”) is the foundation for global responses to reception and accommodation of displaced individuals and populations (refugees). In the aftermath of World War II, the UN Refugee Agency was focused on displaced populations in Europe and is now engaged with...
The deadline for the British government to secure an agreed withdrawal from the European Union (EU) by 29 March is fast approaching. Despite negotiating a deal for more than two years, the Houses of Parliament have voted down the Prime Minister’s exit plan agreed with the EU. Defeated by...