Xinhua News Agency-SOCHUM-Securing Access to Nutrition in Food Deserts and Rural Communities

Australian Broadcasting Corporation – UNESCO – The Water Crisis Within

The world water crisis, though a struggle for each individual country, can be fought on a multilateral level. The Australian government urged to solve the water crisis “by incorporating various sectors of countries’ infrastructures, the basic human rights to water can be secured for all” (Delegate of Australia – UNESC). Australia’s water sustainability projects, including

Keystone (SDA) – UNESCO – Water Solutions  

Many countries are struggling to find clean drinking water today. A few of those countries have the water but don’t have funding to clean the water. These problems have called for elaborate plans. Brazil, Qatar, and Poland have all teamed up on “The SEAL Plan”. This plan is meant to provide third-world countries with education

Latvian News Agency – GA 3 – Causes of Food Insecurity

The United Nations General Assembly came together this Monday to discuss the causes of food insecurity. This issue can be seen in our everyday life when we visit the supermarket, see the fishermen’s nets, and even open our own kitchen cabinets. The lack of food on the shelves due to warring states, economic downfall, farming

KYODO News Japan – GA 1 – Cybercrime: The Threat that Plagues Nations Around the Globe

In recent years, with the ongoing and exponential increase of technological advancement, nations such as Japan remain observant and cautious when approaching technology-based infrastructure. Around the world, international cyber-terrorist groups have enacted malicious attacks on global infrastructure, using suspicious malware. An example of this was the attack on the United States’ Colonial Pipeline, which compromised

Jordan News Agency (PETRA) – UN Women – World Wide Unpaid Domestic Care

At the UN Women’s conference, the topic of unpaid domestic work/care, especially among women, was discussed and debated as various countries worked to find solutions. Brazil and Russia were major leaders in the conversation. Education looked to be a popular topic among the committee, for both mothers and children. Ideas such as creating opportunities for