Here you will find timely, factual reporting on international organizations and their connections to just about everything along with links to background and sourcing.
International organizations welcomed the end of Turkey’s emergency rule and called on its government to uphold basic human rights and legal standards.
A new global pact for promoting safe migration is advancing through the United Nations without participation from the United States and Hungary.
A panel of independent experts warned the WTO could become irrelevant if trade wars and tensions cause wider “backsliding” towards trade protectionism.
Global investment in renewables and energy efficiency declined 3 percent to US$318 billion in 2017 and “there is a risk” it will slow more this year, IEA said.
Iceland won election to the world’s top international organization for addressing human rights, filling a vacancy left by the United States.
An international observatory traced a high-energy cosmic neutrino back to its origin in a distant galaxy about 4 billion light years away.
As a harbinger of an American-led international order, NATO is caught in the crosshairs of U.S. President Donald Trump’s impulsive policies, experts said.
A third of the world’s fish stocks are overfished, FAO said, while about 35 percent of what is caught for eating never makes it onto someone’s plate.
The U.N.’s top humanitarian official paid a rare visit to North Korea, meeting other aid providers and some of the more than 10 million people who need help.
The world’s leading international organizations are “under attack” politically but must work together to keep going, U2 frontman Bono told diplomats.
For only a second time in a half-century, the leading international organization for migration will not be led by an American.
Marine experts urged nations to improve how the high seas are governed, saying the global commons needs better conservation and sharing.
An international organization that investigates chemical weapons attacks expanded its own authority so it can go a step further by assigning blame.
The world’s fourth largest and southernmost ocean is “surprisingly unknown” despite its importance to climate change, polar researchers said.
U.N. human rights investigators said the ICC should prosecute Venezuelan security forces for hundreds of arbitrary killings and other alleged abuses.
Visiting Switzerland, Pope Francis focused attention on one of the world’s oldest and largest international organizations: the Roman Catholic Church.
U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration said it will withdraw the U.S. from the U.N. Human Rights Council, complaining of bias against Israel.
One of every 110 people worldwide has been forced to leave home because of conflict, war, violence, human rights abuses or persecution, the U.N. reported.
An inability to stop playing video games will be classified as a mental health condition for the first time in WHO’s manual of the world’s diseases.
The U.N.’s top human rights official called on the U.S. to immediately end a new policy that has separated nearly 2,000 migrant children from parents.
The international organization that runs the world’s largest atom smasher has begun work on a major upgrade to improve chances for more discoveries.