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Mama bear | Director External Relations (formerly ) news on humanitarian crises | Curator Peace Talks
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The New Humanitarian (formerly IRIN News) Jun 19
Has the Grand Bargain delivered all it can? Where should signatories focus their efforts in the next two years? Join us in Geneva on Thursday 27 June at 7:30am for a breakfast curtain raiser to the annual Grand Bargain meeting. RSVP here:
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The New Humanitarian (formerly IRIN News) Jun 20
The Grand Bargain – where to now? Join and for a frank, no-holds-barred conversation. When: Thursday 27 June, 7:30-9:00am. Where: The Humanitarium, , Geneva. See you there!
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Sarah Noble Jun 20
Twitterverse- great job opportunity! Do you love ? ?making a difference? Come join me and the team in this exciting chapter of The New Humanitarian (formerly IRIN News).
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Barack Obama Jun 16
Yes we can, Greta. I’m hopeful because of you and all the young people who are fighting to protect the planet. Keep at it.
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Mixed Migration Centre Jun 14
A collection of the 's reporting drawing attention to the emerging trend of criminalisation of humanitarian aid
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Sarah Noble Jun 14
We are off the to in Geneva!
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Paola Salwan Daher Jun 14
BBC News - Swiss women strike for more money, time and respect
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Dr Joanne Liu Jun 10
The creeping criminalisation of humanitarian aid: ()
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Sarah Noble Jun 9
Replying to @UNOG_DG @UNGeneva and 2 others
Thank you for your great leadership on the agenda. We will miss you!
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Director-General Jun 8
/7 – In Sept. 14, I hosted for the first time the at . Organized with & , the event takes place every year & plays an important role in promoting Geneva’s role as the host city of choice for peace & mediation
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Sarah Noble Jun 6
Imagining the possibilities... What IF was the last UN High Commissioner for Refugees ? Because there was not a need.....
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Jaclyn Streitfeld Jun 6
Excellent discussion of under-reported situation in the region by and discussing growing tensions and militancy, early warning of inter-communal violence and potential ethnic cleansing, etc. in and
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The New Humanitarian (formerly IRIN News) Jun 6
Meet Dalal the shopkeeper from Yarmouk camp, Noor the corn-seller from Aleppo, Reem the French tutor from Lebanon, and the rest of one north Lebanon community that is withstanding division.
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Sarah Noble Jun 6
Climate change is no longer an issue of tomorrow but a of today. Are we at a tipping point? I hope so! Discussions at
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Sarah Noble Jun 6
Don’t think kids can make change? Check out this great video!
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Sarah Noble Jun 6
At @IKEAFoundation10 year anniversary. Climate, listen, act top words on what we can do now to make the future better
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Adam Grant May 31
To figure out whether you really understand an idea, write it down. Unclear writing is a sign of unclear thinking. To figure out whether anyone else will understand your writing, read it out loud. Unclear speaking is a sign of unclear writing.
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SC Campaigns May 24
In many , make up the majority of those affected by . In some areas, it's more than 80%. Only 0.12% of global humanitarian funding goes to fighting this abuse. Please help us share this story.
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Andrew Gully May 24
As two possible Ebola cases are tested in Uganda, check out this very timely look at the risks of the Congo epidemic spreading regionally from
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Sarah Noble May 24
Replying to @DenisMukwege
When women are raped, we destroy our lives. When babies are raped, we mortgage our future.
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