#Conflict

  • Article: The UK Is Helping 600,000 Children Living in Conflict and Crisis Zones Go to School
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    The UK Is Helping 600,000 Children Living in Conflict and Crisis Zones Go to School

    By Imogen Calderwood|Aug. 28, 2019

    For many of the children reached, it will be their first time in a classroom. Read more

  • Article: The Crisis in Kashmir Could Upend Education for Millions of Children

    The Crisis in Kashmir Could Upend Education for Millions of Children

    By Joe McCarthy|Aug. 9, 2019

    “Kashmir has been turned into an open-air prison.” Read more

  • Article: There Are At Least 20 Cases of Government Forces Killing Disabled People in Cameroon War: Report

    There Are At Least 20 Cases of Government Forces Killing Disabled People in Cameroon War: Report

    By Lerato Mogoatlhe|Aug. 6, 2019

    As the war in Cameroon continues, Human Rights Watch says people with disabilities are being abused. Read more

  • Article: Urgent Food Aid Resumes for 850,000 People in Yemen's Capital

    Urgent Food Aid Resumes for 850,000 People in Yemen's Capital

    By Joe McCarthy|Aug. 5, 2019

    Allegations of theft and disputes over a biometric tracking previously halted food aid. Read more

  • Article: Conflict Forces Cameroon's Drought-Hit Farmers to Become 'Food Beggars'

    Conflict Forces Cameroon's Drought-Hit Farmers to Become 'Food Beggars'

    July 30, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    The conflict has left at least 1,850 people dead and more than half a million displaced. Read more

  • Article: Scientists Want to Make Harming the Environment a War Crime

    Scientists Want to Make Harming the Environment a War Crime

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Erica Sanchez|July 24, 2019

    "We call on governments to incorporate explicit safeguards for biodiversity." Read more

  • Article: 4 Big Obstacles to the Global Goals, According to the Man Who Helped Build Them

    4 Big Obstacles to the Global Goals, According to the Man Who Helped Build Them

    By Joe McCarthy|July 17, 2019

    “The political will to implement the SDGs is still there.” Read more

  • Article: 2 in 3 People Worldwide Lack Access to the Justice System: Report

    2 in 3 People Worldwide Lack Access to the Justice System: Report

    July 9, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Stateless people, enslaved individuals, and those living in conflict areas are the most affected. Read more