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G7/G20 Advocacy in 2018

This blog post was co-written by Rachel Beardsley and Ben Bestor

Responsiveness: Beyond A Complaints Box

This post was written by Sheree Bennett, Research and Evidence Advisor, International Rescue Committee

New Agriculture Road Map at UN Climate Talks Prioritizes Food Security

The climate change talks held at UNFCC secretariat in Bonn, Germany was concluded recently, where a roadmap for agriculture was adopted by the Parties.

Not Part of the Job! Video Explores Gender-Based Violence

Sexual assault is a well-recognized aspect of gender-based violence at work. But as a new Solidarity Center video makes clear, gender-based violence at work may involve bullying, verbal abuse, stalking, threats and much more.

Supporting Mothers Through Education

This blog post was submitted by Jo Anne Lyon, General Superintendent Emerita, Wesleyan Church and founder of World Hope International

Fear of Deportation Exacts Toll on Children’s Mental Health

The torrent of headlines shows no signs of slowing:

More than 300,000 refugees from Central America and the Caribbean who’ve lived in the U.S. lawfully for years are suddenly stripped of their temporary protected status.

Immigration agents carry out high-profile raids of 7-Eleven stores, meatpacking plants, bakeries and other employers to root out workers in the country illegally.

RI Responds to Floods in Somalia

Springtime in Somalia brings Gu, “the season of long rains.” The rains revive the pastures and grazing lands — and often deliver death and destruction to the regions where the rivers burst their banks.