With COVID-19 pandemic 'still accelerating', WHO appoints independent panel to review world's response
He said, "the greatest threat we face now is not the virus itself. Rather, it is the lack of leadership and solidarity at the global and national levels."
New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern welcomes baby girl, becomes second premier to give birth while in office
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern gave birth to a daughter on Thursday and posted a message welcoming the healthy newborn "to our village."
The influential fund launched a search in November for a new chief who will take over from Mark Dybul, the current Executive Director (ED), after he finishes his tenure this year
'He struggled for people around the globe': Plea in UN to declare Ambedkar Jayanti 'World Equality Day'
As the UN celebrated BR Ambedkar's 125th birth anniversary by examining the relevance of his legacy to its global development goals, the world body heard a plea to declare 14 April, the birthday of the crusader against discrimination, as "International Equality Day"
Just days after Maneka Gandhi's remark, UNDP chief Helen Clark said that the issue is not one of culture, but of consent. Further, she added that if India failed to criminalise marital rape, it would be in flouting the Sustainable Development Goals(SDG) it has adopted, according to an interview with The Hindu