Month: April 2016

Concerns about election in Haiti

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has said he is “deeply concerned” that another presidential election deadline in Haiti has passed.  The election was set for April 24 but 5.8 million voters […]

Nepal – one year later

While Australians across the nation commemorated Anzac Day, the United Nations observed a minute’s silence for the devastating earthquake in Nepal. It was just over a year ago that a […]


There are a few candidates in the running to replace Ban Ki-moon, whose tenure will finish at the end of the year. For the first time in history, member states […]

The Future of Greenovation

Green innovation is starting to gain momentum internationally and the progress of greening business has proved more than successful for entrepreneurs: it is now vital. While countries in Africa focus […]