#UNGA

  • Article: Young Activists Want World Leaders to Do These 3 Things to Avoid 'Decades of Disaster'
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    Young Activists Want World Leaders to Do These 3 Things to Avoid 'Decades of Disaster'

    By Imogen Calderwood|Aug. 12, 2019

    More than 150 activists from 30 countries are honoring International Youth Day. Read more

  • Article: Trudeau, Macron, and May Just Led a 'Milestone' Moment for Girls' Education in New York
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    Trudeau, Macron, and May Just Led a 'Milestone' Moment for Girls' Education in New York

    By Imogen Calderwood|Sept. 28, 2018

    World leaders gathered at the UN General Assembly, at a session convened by Global Citizen. Read more

  • Article: The UK Just Ramped Up the Fight Against 'Heinous' Enslavement of Children

    The UK Just Ramped Up the Fight Against 'Heinous' Enslavement of Children

    By Imogen Calderwood|Sept. 26, 2018

    “No nation is free from the terrible abuses and violence." Read more

  • Article: 'Don't Accept Our History Unraveling': Macron Urges World to Take Collective Action at UN

    'Don't Accept Our History Unraveling': Macron Urges World to Take Collective Action at UN

    By Joe McCarthy|Sept. 26, 2018

    "Let's stop signing trade agreements with those who don't comply with the Paris agreement.” Read more

  • Article: South African President Ramaphosa Honours Nelson Mandela In His Debut UN Speech

    South African President Ramaphosa Honours Nelson Mandela In His Debut UN Speech

    By Mbali Kgame|Sept. 26, 2018

    A statue of Mandela, South Africa’s first democratic president, was also unveiled this week. Read more

  • Article: Jacinda Ardern and New Zealand's 'First Baby' Just Made History at the UN

    Jacinda Ardern and New Zealand's 'First Baby' Just Made History at the UN

    By Daniele Selby|Sept. 25, 2018

    Ardern is the first world leader to have taken maternity leave. Read more

  • Article: Miss South Africa 2018 Is on a Mission to Put an End to Tuberculosis

    Miss South Africa 2018 Is on a Mission to Put an End to Tuberculosis

    By Mbali Kgame|Sept. 6, 2018

    Tamaryn Green, a medical student in Cape Town, was diagnosed with TB in 2015. Read more

  • Article: With Vote, UN Sends Message to the US: Aid Is Not a Bargaining Chip

    With Vote, UN Sends Message to the US: Aid Is Not a Bargaining Chip

    By Colleen Curry|Dec. 21, 2017

    The UN voted 128-9 to condemn the US decision. Read more