United Nations

Creativity, a Vincentian Challenge

One evening in the early 1970s, Michael Pachovas and a few friends wheeled themselves to a curb in Berkeley, Calif., poured cement into the form of a crude ramp, and rolled off into the night.

How do we measure global homelessness?

Access to quality data is essential in addressing the challenge of homelessness.

Climate Change: An Update and a Response

Since starting my work as the NGO Representative for the Sisters of Charity Federation at the United Nations at the start of the year, there is a plethora of justice issues that demand our attention.

What history rhymes with a future of justice and peace?

The history of Social Development at the UN continues to echo but more rhymes are needed so that it leads to a fulfillment of the promises of placing people at the center of development, eradicating poverty, providing productive employment and decent work, and creating social inclusion.

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