To Stay or not to Stay: Will Europe’s New Trade Initiative Make a Difference for Iran?
Dr Tarja Cronberg ‘Today we have taken a significant step forward in delivering our commitment under the Iran nuclear dealRead more.
“New Year, New United Nations”: Structural Reforms Begin
Ana Maria Lebada Thematic Expert for 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (Romania) As of 1 January 2019, three years afterRead more.
A Chinese economist explains what we get wrong about the trade war
World Economic Forum It’s one of the biggest threats to the global economy, and it could finally be near aRead more.
Nine Coalitions to Craft Transformative Outcomes from Climate Summit
SDGs Nine coalitions are being established as part of preparations for the UN 2019 Climate Summit in order to ensureRead more.
High-level Debate on Migration Invites Focus on Youth and Partnerships
SDGs Representatives from governments, civil society, and international organizations shared experiences and best practices related to implementing the SDGs andRead more.
Assessment of National Food Control System
Food safety and food control are long standing areas of work for FAO and WHO and over many years bothRead more.
National Food Control System Assessment of Sudan Workshop(26-28 February 2019)
Nagat Ahmed The workshop on “National Food Control System Assessment of Sudan”, organized jointly by FAO.WHO in cooperation with theRead more.
Will workers’ rights lose out to ‘freedom of establishment?’
Sigurt Vitols Who stands for Europe: the council of member states or the parliament of the citizens? A little-noticed comingRead more.
Democracy & Disorder: The struggle for influence in the new geopolitics (1)
Bruce Jones and Torrey Taussig the heart of the new era of geopolitical competition is a struggle over the roleRead more.
Cities Address Local Solutions to Climate Change, Food Security
SDG-Knowledge Mayors and representatives from cities gathered for a high-level meeting to share experiences of effective local practices, innovative strategies,Read more.
11 EU States Already Meet their 2020 Renewable Energy Targets
Sean Fleming Almost half of the European Union’s (EU) 28 member states have already hit, or are close to hitting,Read more.