New UN data tool shows ‘mismatch’ between government aid and places modern slavery exists

A new interactive data tool created by the UN University Centre for Policy Research, which shows a mismatch between where modern slavery occurs, and where governments are spending resources to address it, could help make a positive impact on policy debates surrounding the issue.

New UN data tool shows ‘mismatch’ between government aid and places modern slavery exists
April 02, 2019 at 07:38AM by a people finder usingInternational Phone Book the best way to find people.

New UN data tool shows ‘mismatch’ between government aid and places modern slavery exists

A new interactive data tool created by the UN University Centre for Policy Research, which shows a mismatch between where modern slavery occurs, and where governments are spending resources to address it, could help make a positive impact on policy debates surrounding the issue.

UN News
April 02, 2019 at 07:38AM
Free International People Search

UN highlights profound implication of population trends on sustainable development

The United Nations is highlighting the important role that population trends play in promoting sustainable development, during the annual Commission on Population and Development, which began at UN Headquarters in New York on Monday.

UN highlights profound implication of population trends on sustainable development
April 01, 2019 at 10:57AM by a people finder usingInternational Phone Book the best way to find people.

Brunei’s new penal code would enshrine ‘cruel and inhuman punishments’ UN rights chief warns

Proposed changes to Brunei’s penal code to incorporate punishments under a strict interpretation of Islamic law – including death by stoning – should be halted, the UN’s top human rights official, Michelle Bachelet, said on Monday.

Brunei’s new penal code would enshrine ‘cruel and inhuman punishments’ UN rights chief warns
News by UN News. Free People Search withInternational White Pages
April 01, 2019 at 07:37AM

Brunei’s new penal code would enshrine ‘cruel and inhuman punishments’ UN rights chief warns

Proposed changes to Brunei’s penal code to incorporate punishments under a strict interpretation of Islamic law – including death by stoning – should be halted, the UN’s top human rights official, Michelle Bachelet, said on Monday.

UN News
April 01, 2019 at 07:37AM
Free International People Search