In the year 2000, the FDA approved a medically induced abortion regimen known as abortion pills. Since then, one third of known abortions are completed by use of abortion pills.
On May 29, President Trump announced that the United States will terminate its relationship with the World Health Organization (WHO). The decision has been met with extensive media coverage of
Out of Yemen’s 28.5 million citizens, 80% of them are in dire need of humanitarian assistance. What is most shocking is that the media does not cover this crisis effectively
The Commission on the Status of Women has been indefinitely postponed in the rapid outbreak of the coronavirus. The conference was supposed to take place this week and was to
The United Nations just ended the Commission for Social Development, an event that tackled the 2030 agenda and strove to raise awareness for the problem of homelessness around the world.
Two-year-old Ellie Schneider is a name recognized in the wide-spread neonatal medical world. With her recognition in President Trump’s State of the Union address Feb. 4, she became an icon
This week marks the beginning of the 58th Session of the Commission for Social Development (CSocD58) which will take place at the United Nations from February 10th to the 19th.
The Untapped Potential of Africa Africa has a youthful population made up of enthusiastic and energetic young people who (where enough supportive policies and programmes are in place) could drive
Male gender norms, which are in simple terms, the social expectations and roles assigned to men and boys in relation to or in contrast to women and girls do play
The High-Level Political Forum on the Sustainable Development Goals has come to an end. Dozens of nations presented their challenge’s triumphs though their voluntary national reviews and based on these