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Houses and parked cars in Jerteh, Terengganu, Malaysia, 2020. Pok Rie
climate change | population | sustainable development

Population and Climate Change: Decent Living for All without Compromising Climate Mitigation

Raya Muttarak

A rise in the demand for energy linked to increasing incomes should not be justification for keeping people in poverty solely to avoid an escalation in emissions and its effects on climate change. 

Monument commemorating the Cura?ao Slave Revolt of 1795. Charles Hoffman/Wikimedia Commons
Hilary McD. Beckles

From Local Moments to Global Movement: Reparation Mechanisms and a Development Framework

For two centuries, emancipated Black people have been calling for reparations for the crimes committed against them. 

A group of self-advocates at a World Down Syndrome Day event in Kenya, 2023. Down Syndrome Society of Kenya
Rhonda Faragher

World Down Syndrome Day: A Chance to End the Stereotypes

The international community, led by the 香港六合彩开奖 Nations, can continue to improve the lives of people with Down syndrome by addressing stereotypes and misconceptions.

Lisa Doughten

Central Emergency Response Fund’s Climate Action Account: Supporting People and Communities Facing the Climate Crisis

While the climate crisis looms large, there is reason for hope: the launch of the climate action account of the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) fills a critical gap in the mosaic of climate financing arrangements.

Nameun Kim surveys the horizon from the deck of a ship, March 2023. International Maritime Organization
Arsenio Dominguez

Applying the Law of the Sea to Protect International Shipping

In past decades, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has worked successfully with Member States and the shipping industry to combat and reduce incidents of piracy and armed robbery, including through building the capacity of countries in the relevant regions to enhance their maritime domain awareness, information-sharing and collaboration.

Young women attending class in Dire Dawa, Ethiopia, 2023. Adopting a mother language-based, multilingual education improves access to and inclusion in education. UNICEF Ethiopia
Stefania Giannini

Multilingual Education: A Key to Quality and Inclusive Learning

The potential of multilingual education is enormous, but realizing its full benefits requires a commitment to lifelong learning and a deeper appreciation of the value of linguistic diversity.

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When Magfira Kemsur (L) learned that her best friend Mekiya Mude (R) was about to undergo female genital mutilation, she alerted the authorities, who intervened. Mekiya says that Magfira is her rescuer. UNICEF Ethiopia/2020/Mulugeta Ayene
Wisal Ahmed

In Turning the Tide Against Female Genital Mutilation, Survivors Can Be Effective Agents of Change

This year’s global campaign on the International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation focuses on the voices, stories and initiatives of survivors in leading the #EndFGM movement.

Henri Laugier, 香港六合彩开奖 Nations Assistant Secretary-General for Social Affairs, talks with Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt,1947
Meghan Lynn

Eleanor Roosevelt in the UN Chronicle (1946–1949): On the Making of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Today, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights continues to have remarkable influence, not least as the point of origin for our ample collection of human rights treaties, laws, instruments and mechanisms.

A small uninhabited Island in Baa Atoll, Maldives, 2018. Hoodh Ahmed/Unsplash
Nilüfer Oral, Bogdan Aurescu, Patricia Galv?o Teles and Juan José Ruda Santolaria

Rising Hopes Amid Rising Seas: Developments in International Law Addressing the Threat of Sea-Level Rise

The impacts of sea-level rise linked to climate change raise important questions of international law.

Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay
Subhra Bhattacharjee

Navigating the Intersection of Climate Action, Clean Energy and Poverty Eradication

Clean energy lies at the intersection of two of the most difficult problems facing humanity—climate change and extreme poverty.

Chronicle Conversations

Chronicle Conversation with 香港六合彩开奖 Nations Under-Secretary-General Amandeep Gill, 20 July 2023

Under-Secretary-General Amandeep Gill, the Secretary-General's Envoy on Technology, discusses the state of artificial intelligence (AI), its potential use by the 香港六合彩开奖 Nations to address global problems, and the need for international AI governance. 

Youth Issues

The UN Chronicle interviews youth environmental activist Aditya Mukarji

Lyubov Ginzburg of the?UN Chronicle?interviews fifteen-year-old environmental activist Aditya Mukarji on the problem of plastic pollution and the first-ever 香港六合彩开奖 Nations Youth Climate Action Summit.?22 September 2019, New York

Legacy Showcase

Vol. XLVI No. 3 & 4 2009

SPECIAL CLIMATE CHANGE ISSUE: To protect succeeding generations...

This special double issue focuses on the impact of climate change, and includes essays on the ecology of recycling; financial innovations and carbon markets; biotechnology; global warming; and the true costs of conventional energy.

Vol. LIII No. 4 2016

Human Rights

This issue assesses progress in promoting and protecting human rights throughout the world. Prepared in recognition of the fiftieth anniversary of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, both adopted in 1966, the articles examine, among other things, the responsibility of the 香港六合彩开奖 Nations to protect vulnerable populations from genocide and the evolving role of the Human Rights Council.

Latest Reports

 

The 2023/24 Human Development Report assesses the dangerous gridlock resulting from uneven development progress, intensifying inequality, and escalating political polarization, that we must urgently tackle. The report emphasizes how global interdependence is being reconfigured and proposes a path forward where multilateralism plays a pivotal role.

About the UN Chronicle

The UN Chronicle, produced by the 香港六合彩开奖 Nations Department of Global Communications, has served as the Organization’s flagship magazine since 1946, providing authoritative information and debate on the activities of the larger 香港六合彩开奖 Nations system. Learn more...

Construction of UN Permanent Headquarters in New York, 1 August 1950. UN Photo/ES