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António Guterres Jun 16
When 1.3 billion tonnes of food is wasted every year but over 820 million people are malnourished, it is clear that we need to rethink the way we produce and consume. Everyone can take action to reverse this trend. Here are some ideas:
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UN Geneva Jun 11
We’re bringing the to the classroom through teacher tips, daily actions, storytelling, games & other creative content. Check out our student resources:
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Amina J Mohammed Jun 12
152 million children 👶 🧒 worldwide are in child labour & denied their human rights. It’s a critical moment to renew efforts to end child labour by 2025. The provides a road map & promise to ensure no child is left behind
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UN Geneva Jun 10
Billions are still faced with daily challenges accessing even the most basic of services. Proper water and sanitation is a key foundation for achieving the - including good health and gender equality
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Global Goals Jun 12
As more than 1,000 disability leaders and advocates gather at to demand action to ensure the rights of persons with disabilities, the releases new Inclusion Strategy for transformative change. Read more:
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United Nations Jun 11
The largest annual meeting on disabilities opens Tuesday at UNHQ to break down barriers that keep persons with disabilities behind. Everything you need to know about the :
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IPCC Jun 14
IPCC circulates draft ocean and cryosphere report for final government review. More details here:
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Olaitan Olakanmi Jun 13
I will to more teens this coming Saturday, June 15, 2019 . Raising the awareness of the needs to be done daily and in a continuous matter. It is an effort to leave a heritage for those after us if we act right.
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DFID 11h
New UK aid will provide vital help to millions of Afghans affected by extreme drought and conflict:
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Irish Aid Jun 11
Congratulations to the winners of the 2019 , Glór an Mara NS from Waterford! Their project, ‘Do One Thing & Leave No One Behind’ explored a range of issues related to the with original, creative, youth-led actions for creating change!
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Fathi Bashe 2h
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St. Gabriel's School 6h
P7 living the Way. thanks to Mr Watt for coming to support us
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Amina J Mohammed Jun 8
I call on you to interact with oceans in a responsible & sustainable manner. Oceans are the lungs of our planet, providing 70% of the oxygen we breathe. They are a major source of food and medicines & a critical part of the biosphere.
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UN Environment 16h
At present, the world is not on track to meet the by 2030 or 2050. But we can all play a part in revisiting our relationship with the food system & making a positive difference for a greener shared future:
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United Nations 2h
One third of all food goes to waste. On Tuesday's Sustainable Gastronomy Day, check out a few ways to live more sustainably & help achieve the :
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António Vitorino 14h
Migrants, refugees and IDPs will play a decisive role in the effort to reduce inequality and attain the . I look forward to joining global leaders for the high-level debate at in Brussels tomorrow, 18 June 
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IPCC Jun 14
Why is adaptation important in a 1.5°C-warmer world? Read the SR15 Frequently Asked Questions for more information:
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Ayman Abdelmohsen, UNFPA 18h
“It is time to change the narrative and make the economic case for family planning”
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UNFPA 6h
For maternal deaths, unmet need for and all forms of gender-based violence, ZERO is the goal. See how we’re heading towards ZERO in our latest annual report:
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Ulrika Modéer Jun 16
We are not on track to reach those for a common sustainable development. We need to walk the talk and empower investors with clarity, insights, and tools to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals🌏 Follow
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