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Covid-19 lockdowns could lead to social unrest, according to new research
New data confirm that African American convicts partly replaced slave labor in US
Defence pledges to evolve faster in years ahead
UN Security Council’s COVID-19 global ceasefire resolution welcome but overdue
Syria conference pledges fall short
U.S.-LNA Discussion on Militia Demobilization
Mothering in domestic violence: protecting children behind closed doors
New guide helps Australian businesses working in conflict zones
ACT Greens propose more protections for COVID-affected renters
‘Gatekeepers’ of biodiversity hotspots facing COVID crisis
Path creative signage urges safety while outdoors
World Bank Realigns Africa Region into Two Vice Presidencies for Greater Focus on Country Progress
Transport Hub Safety Project to Improve Safety and Bridge Mall Visitor Experience
UN Human Rights Council 44 statement on behalf of Core Group on Sri Lanka
Law Council President, Pauline Wright, statement on China imposing security laws in Hong Kong
Corruption Charge – East Metro Health Service
World Bank Approves $40 Million Emergency Financing to Support Somalia’s Desert Locust Response
JAG Corps announces Law School Programs: Funded Legal Education Program, Excess Leave Program
Virtual Syria meetings show UK support for victims of brutal conflict
Global recovery must include Tropics
“Blame game” to end as Divorce Bill receives Royal Assent
Greens slam lobbying revolving door revealed in ANAO report
Food companies plan to rebrand products to become more racially sensitive
Eavesdropping wasps gain insights about fighting abilities of potential rivals
10th Ebola outbreak in Democratic Republic of Congo declared over
Alarming increase in child marriage in Syria. Early marriage spikes due to COVID
Major overhaul of family courts to protect domestic abuse victims
Secretary Pompeo’s Call with Sudanese Prime Minister Hamdok
Continuing efforts towards peace in South-Sudan
Blog Part III: Lobbying in times of -Crisis: Good, Bad and Ugly
Attacks in Syria
Sydney Light Rail to honour Australian veterans
Managing Disruptive Behavior During COVID-19
New Zealand expresses concerns over proposed Israeli annexation plans
Report shows COVID-19 will accelerate Asia’s path to centre of global economy
Conflict leads to six-fold increase in killing and maiming of children in first three months of
An additional three million children in Afghanistan need help to survive in 2020, warns Save Children 22 June
Australian parenting program lowers risk for teenage depression
Expansion for university places major step ahead – but watch out for unintended consequences
Ministers Mendicino, Champagne and Gould mark World Refugee Day
Contingency fees should be opposed in nsw to protect litigants’ interests and lawyers’ duties
Contingency fee legislation is another impediment to doing business in Victoria
Improved training to reduce conflict in youth custody
UN Human Rights Council 43 Interactive Dialogue on Libya
IATA Launches Aviation Security Intelligence Portal
Research leads to historic introduction of no fault divorce in England
Statement from White House Press Secretary Regarding Treasury and State Sanctions on Assad Regime
Statement on World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought