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5 takeaways from Stockholm World Water Week

5 takeaways from Stockholm World Water Week

As World Water Week ends, some key themes and messages around the future of water and sanitation emerge.

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A worsening water crisis in North Africa and the Middle East

A worsening water crisis in North Africa and the Middle East

The Middle East and North Africa (MENA), already the most water stressed region in the world, faces a worsening crisis in terms of its access to water in the decades to come.

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New CEO for Volunteer Service Abroad

New CEO for Volunteer Service Abroad

VSA has announced Stephen Goodman MNZM as their new CEO.

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Yemen conflict: human rights groups urge inquiry into Saudi coalition abuses

Yemen conflict: human rights groups urge inquiry into Saudi coalition abuses

A letter to the UN human rights council from a coalition of 62 organisations has called for investigation of airstrikes that have destroyed schools, hospitals and homes.

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Myanmar urges Rohingya Muslims to help hunt insurgents amid deadly violence

Myanmar urges Rohingya Muslims to help hunt insurgents amid deadly violence

The government has urged cooperation in the search for insurgents, whose coordinated attacks on security posts and an army crackdown have led to one of the deadliest bouts of violence to engulf the Ro...

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Through China, a green financing leader emerges

Through China, a green financing leader emerges

Though one of the dirtiest countries in the world, China has embraced a development model that emphasises sustainability and has until recently been relegated to the academic and policy fringes.

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Hurricane versus Monsoon

Hurricane versus Monsoon

Monsoon floods in South Asia are worse than Hurricane Harvey, but aid agencies say America's crisis is sucking up all the attention. This uneven media coverage can have unfortunate consequences for re...

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Back the Plan, Back to Zero: Campaign update

Back the Plan, Back to Zero: Campaign update

The journey towards establishing New Zealand’s own climate legislation needs speeding up, and the INGO coalition is contributing to upping the pace

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A world of free movement would be $78 trillion richer

A world of free movement would be $78 trillion richer

Yes, it would be disruptive. But the potential gains are so vast that objectors could be bribed to let it happen

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Call to Exempt Charities from International Philanthropy Ban

Call to Exempt Charities from International Philanthropy Ban

A consortia of charities has called on the federal government to exempt charities registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) from any legislation that bans receivin...

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