Here you will find global nonpartisan policy news on international organizations and their connections to just about everything.
Myanmar and two U.N. agencies have agreed to return some of the 700,000 Rohingya Muslims home to Myanmar, despite serious safety concerns.
The U.N. human rights office said the Trump administration is violating children’s rights under international law by breaking up families from Mexico.
The U.N. settled a long-running case of retaliation against a former investigator, acknowledging it caused her professional and personal hardships.
An international organization that advances renewable energy sources finds the power sector is not changing fast enough to keep Earth from overheating.
A peace treaty and nuclear disarmament on the Korean Peninsula would expand North Korea’s little-known involvement with international organizations.
WHO called on governments to do more to reduce premature deaths from neglected chronic diseases, but stopped short of endorsing a sugary drinks tax.
African migration could trigger big new economic benefits for origin and destination countries, UNCTAD reported. Most migrants move within the continent.
The U.N. is weighing proposals to add two departments and revamp its 44,000 staff — a third the size of Microsoft or Apple — in a management shakeup.
The world’s foremost gathering of labor officials wants to universally define workplace harassment and guarantee workers’ rights against violence.
Chemical weapons killed hundreds of people in its seven-year civil war, yet Syria has a new role of presiding over the U.N. Conference on Disarmament.
An international organization found 8 percent of 2,410 large companies it surveyed last year got at least half their electricity from renewable energy.
Conflicts around the world forced more than 65 million people to leave their homes. On average, 28,300 people a day flee conflict or persecution.
The U.N. secretary-general led off a major push to cut arms stockpiles — everything from “grenades to H-bombs” — in an attempt to eliminate warmongering.
Fighting the endemic corruption that deters Africa’s development is a major focus for some international organizations in 2018.
Proponents say a new global fund is needed to accelerate creation of technology that can help the clean energy sector fulfill the 2015 Paris Agreement.
Forget flattery. For international organizations, it is social media — some of it paid promotion — that will get you everywhere.
Europe’s new rules on data protection affect businesses and consumers worldwide — and also many international organizations that process personal data.
A leading insurance provider for international organizations says a major cause of loss and risk is rising liability from global harassment and abuse claims.
The first international organization dates to an 1804 treaty on the Rhine River. In the 20th century, they proliferated to find solutions and prevent wars.