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Monthly Archives: March, 2022

Videogame culture provides overlooked opportunity to engage with climate change, says new report

Organisations wishing to have an impact on climate change shouldn’t overlook the opportunities presented by working with the breadth of videogame culture, according to...

The Oxford Legal Walk Returns for 2022!

Lawyers and their colleagues from across Oxford are getting together to raise money for free specialist legal advice agencies in Oxford. This year, the...

The EU response to the Ukraine refugee crisis

Russia's invasion of Ukraine has forced millions of people to leave their homes. Find out what the EU is doing to help them and...

European Electoral Act: MEPs want transnational lists and all countries to vote on 9 May

The Constitutional Affairs Committee proposes a reform of the European Electoral Act defining common minimum electoral standards and a Union-wide constituency. With 19 votes to...

Moving away from coal ‘will not be easy’ but it is essential for our common future, UN deputy chief says

The United Nations Deputy Secretary-General on Monday called on countries in Asia and the Pacific to speed up the shift from fossil fuels to new, low-carbon development models, in a just and inclusive way.

Putin recruits ‘Muslims’ for his war in Ukraine

In the name of the alleged defence of the “Russian World” and the Russian-speaking inhabitants of Ukraine (against their will), President Vladimir Putin has...

Delegations of Canada’s indigenous peoples: ‘Pope Francis listened to our pain’

By Salvatore Cernuzio - "Truth, justice, healing, reconciliation." - Those words express the goals which delegations from several of Canada’s indigenous peoples came to...

Pope Francis’ peace prayer for Ukraine recalls prophecy 105 years ago about Russia

Pope Francis prayed for peace in Ukraine at a ceremony that looked to a prophecy about peace and Russia that stems back more than a century to purported visions of the Virgin Mary to three peasant children in Fatima, Portugal, in 1917, but the significance of the needed some explaining to those unfamiliar with Catholic history.

Glasgow’s museum of religion has been saved from closure – here’s why it’s important for multicultural Britain

Glasgow’s St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art is unique within the British Isles. It is the only museum dedicated to the dialogue between art...

First Person: I know what it’s like to go hungry as a child

An agronomist working for the World Food Programme (WFP) in Haiti tells UN News that, like the people she helps today, she remembers what...

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