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Wednesday, November 5, 2014

[RED DEMOCRATICA] UNHCR: Statelessness to be eradicated in 10 years

 

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UNHCR: Statelessness to be eradicated in 10 years
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees on Tuesday began a global, 10-year "I Belong" campaign to end statelessness, where people have no nationality and no citizenship rights. "Without nationality, stateless people are often deprived of other basic human rights, such as going to school, getting a job, getting married or registering the birth of a child," says Ban Ki-moon, UN secretary-general. "They are sentenced to a life of marginalization and invisibility." Yahoo/The Associated Press (11/4), Voice of America (11/4), The Guardian (London) (11/5)
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"The danger stemming from the Ebola crisis in west Africa is hazardous beyond simply the immediate threat of contracting the deadly disease." UN Dispatch (11/4)
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UN urged to open up selection process for secretary-general
The United Nations will pick a replacement secretary-general for Ban Ki-moon in 2016, and some diplomats are calling for a more transparent nominating process. The New York Times (tiered subscription model) (11/5)
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Ebola cases decline in Africa, but help still needed
Ebola cases are reportedly decreasing in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. However, there is still a shortage of staff to run Ebola-treatment facilities, says Anthony Banbury, who is leading the United Nations response to Ebola. Voice of America (11/5), The New York Times (tiered subscription model) (11/4), Yahoo/The Associated Press (11/4)
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UN Women's Puri: Ending violence against women is a key SDG goal
The draft Sustainable Development Goals' comprehensive goal on gender equality and a target for ending violence against women need to be supplemented with tools for fulfilling these aims, says Lakshmi Puri, United Nations assistant-secretary-general and deputy executive director of UN Women. "It is critical to ensure that accountability mechanisms are in place; that funding for implementation is adequate, predictable and sustainable; and that the means of implementation are strengthened," she argues. Inter Press Service (11/4)
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Commentary: Carbon capture can help meet IPCC's zero-emissions goal
Carbon capture and storage is an overlooked method that can be employed to reduce carbon emissions and keep a lid on global temperatures, writes David Hone, climate change adviser for Shell. "Emissions are rising faster than ever, current policies to stop this aren't working, but we need to be at zero in 85 years," he writes. Shell/David Hone blog (11/3)
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Turkey concerned by Syrian government's bombardment of Aleppo
The Syrian government has stepped up its barrel-bombing of rebel-held targets in Aleppo. Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu is proposing a "safe zone" around Aleppo to prevent a flood of refugees into Turkey. Reuters (11/5)
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