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"Pockets of children left behind": child rights in the UK

Speaking at an evidence session at the Joint Committee on Human Rights (JCHR) on Wednesday, NGO representatives claimed that while the UK Governmen

UK reaffirms commitment to UN Security Council reform

The UK’s stance on UN Security Council reform was made clear this week when the Ambassador to the UN, Mark Lyall Grant, reiterated comments calling

Axe cheap petrol to cut emissions, emerging economies told

NEWS: Reforms to fossil fuel subsidies in countries like Egypt, India and Indonesia could contribute to a global climate deal, says IISD

Apple and Google commit to power offices with renewables

NEWS: Technology companies independently sign up to solar and wind agreements in California

What has the divestment movement achieved so far?

ANALYSIS: Fossil fuel companies are feeling the pressure from a climate campaign that started in 2011. What has got them spooked?

Streets go green as cupids ‘show the love' for what we could lose to climate change


Good progress in Geneva, but hard work still ahead: political will a significant factor

Scots asked to 'Show The Love' for things we could lose to climate change

Scots asked to 'Show The Love' for things we could lose to climate change

Scots are being encouraged to take part in special events happening all across Scotland on 14th and 15th February to show how the things that the

Lewis strips down to his speedos to protect the crown jewels of the Southern Ocean

UN climate deal moving closer, say Least Developed Countries

NEWS: Everyone satisfied with Geneva text, but real negotiating begins in June, says lead negotiator for Least Developed Countries


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UNISON members working in English further education have voted overwhelmingly to reject the pay...


The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights challenged the UK's approach to refugees and proposals...

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