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Climate Activists Take Over #COP27 for People’s Plenary |United Nations |#shorts

Hundreds of civil society representatives took over the COP27 plenary to demand climate justice. The ceremony started with a blessing from the indigenous peoples of Brazil, reflecting the important role of spiritualit...

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‘Loss and damage’ negotiations hang in the balance at #COP27 | United Nations |#shorts

COP27 is scheduled to wrap up in 24 hours but countries remain divided on several significant issues including ‘loss and damage’, the UN Secretary-General said on Thursday, urging parties to rise to the urgency of mom...

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#COP27 Dialogues – A Just and Green Transition | Amina Mohammed | United Nations

COP27 Dialogues at the SDG Studio in New York feature a series of conversations with UN leaders, experts, advocates and influencers on the nexus between the Sustainable Development Goals and the key areas of climate a...

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Service & Sacrifice: Thank you Türkiye | UN Peacekeeping | United Nations

The Republic of Türkiye has been a consistent contributor to United Nations Peacekeeping for over 50 years. Türkiye deploys uniformed personnel to the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS); the United Nations Multidi...

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Climate Activists Take Over #COP27 for People’s Plenary |United Nations |#shorts

Hundreds of civil society representatives took over the COP27 plenary to demand climate justice. The ceremony started with a blessing from the indigenous peoples of Brazil, reflecting the important role of spiritualit...

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‘Loss and damage’ negotiations hang in the balance at #COP27 | United Nations |#shorts

COP27 is scheduled to wrap up in 24 hours but countries remain divided on several significant issues including ‘loss and damage’, the UN Secretary-General said on Thursday, urging parties to rise to the urgency of mom...

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#COP27 Dialogues – A Just and Green Transition | Amina Mohammed | United Nations

COP27 Dialogues at the SDG Studio in New York feature a series of conversations with UN leaders, experts, advocates and influencers on the nexus between the Sustainable Development Goals and the key areas of climate a...

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#COP27: Now the hard work begins | UN News | Climate Action | United Nations

COPs are a marathon, not a sprint. During the first week, country negotiators set the parameters for the serious, and often exhausting, horse-trading that begins this week, when ministers fly in, with the aim of hamme...

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Uganda: Revitalizing Markets for Host Communities and Refugees | United Nation

Okubani Market is located in Yumbe District of northern Uganda, within the Bidibidi refugee settlement which hosts some 270,000 refugees mostly from South Sudan. The market is a vital economic hub for the host commun...

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The World Population Has Reached 8 Billion – Now What? | Global Focus

The global population has reached 8 billion, what does this mean for the future of our world? Dr. Rachel Snow of the United Nations Population Fund is here to answer your questions. #8BillionStrong 00:00 8 Billion...

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Uganda: Making Life Brighter with Solar Energy | United Nations

In Uganda, some 26 million people, more than half of the country’s population, live without electricity. It hits rural areas harder, causing high unemployment rates and hampering their development. Bright Life is a so...

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How a Minecraft Expert got the ‘Best Job in the World’ | United Nations | Global Lens

Minecraft is not only the best-selling video game of all time, it is ALSO a surprisingly effective way to visualize a three-dimensional environment and design urban spaces. Block by Block is an organization that allow...

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Daily Wrap: Justice for minorities, climate action and the power of youth | United Nations

Daily wrap 3 of the General Assembly's High Level Week Description "Minorities are fighting for a fair role in the country we love. I'm here to tell you we will not give up, but we need your help," Nobel Peace Laurea...

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Malala Yousafzai: “We are facing an education emergency” | UNGA | UN General Assembly

UN Messenger of Peace Malala Yousafzai speaks with Annemarie Hou, Executive Director of the United Nations Office for Partnership. Malala called on world leaders to make schools safe for girls and protect every child...

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Time to Transform Education following COVID-19 | Transforming Education Summit | United Nations

The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on education are severe and will only be fully understood in the years to come, says Costa Rica's former education minister, Leonardo Garnier. Mr. Garnier is the Special Advisor ...

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Korean Artists Break Barriers One Brushstroke at a Time | 대한민국 | UN Story

In Seoul, South Korea, an art exhibition was held at the Seoul Art Center where 43 artists with developmental disabilities participated in the exhibition of over 100 different paintings. Among them were artists Hansol...

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Service & Sacrifice: Thank you Türkiye | UN Peacekeeping | United Nations

The Republic of Türkiye has been a consistent contributor to United Nations Peacekeeping for over 50 years. Türkiye deploys uniformed personnel to the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS); the United Nations Multidi...

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Daily Wrap: War in Ukraine, Funding for Palestine Refugees & Sahel Region Challenges| United Nations

The United Nations continued its annual high-level week with special meetings focused on the war in Ukraine, funding for the Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) and challenges in th...

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‘Beacon On The Black Sea’ -UN Chief announces Russia-Ukraine Agreement Combating Food Crisis #shorts

The United Nations Secretary-General today announced a breakthrough between the Russian Federation and Ukraine to help tackle the global food crisis. “Today, there is a beacon on the Black Sea,” said Secretary-Gene...

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Lebanon’s Minefields | Clearing the hidden remnants of war | UN Story

Zeina Saleh is a young Lebanese woman working in mine clearance and explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) in southern Lebanon. Women working in the field of demining are rare. Zeina Saleh is amongst those very few women ...

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DRC: Bangladeshi Female Pilots Flying Forward

Captain Tamanna and Nayma are Bangladeshi’s first female military pilots, serving in the United Nations Peacekeeping Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (MONUSCO). They strive to be role models for local w...

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DRC: Bangladeshi Female Pilots Flying Forward

Captain Tamanna and Nayma are Bangladeshi’s first female military pilots, serving in the United Nations Peacekeeping Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (MONUSCO). They strive to be role models for local w...

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India – Girls For Sale

United Nations - In India – a child is abducted every 8 minutes. Most are girls. A third are never found. We follow the story of two girls who went missing - and one man’s struggle to find them before they are lost fo...

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INDIA: The Power of the Sun

United Nations - From India, a unique project taps the sun’s rays to bring clean energy and hope to the poorest. 21st Century: Episode #112 Script: http://www.un.org/webcast/pdfs/21stcshow#112indiapowerofthesun.pdf