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Forrest Scholars making difference
Nairobi Convention COP10 agrees to new actions to protect critical habitats, improve climate preparedness
Just stop talking about weight with kids, says public health PhD grad
Minister Ng concludes successful meetings with international WTO partners in Geneva
Economic Partnership Agreement
Human Rights Committee Adopts Report on Follow-up to Concluding Observations and Report on Follow-up to Views
Canada and world move closer to powering past coal with more climate ambition at COP26
UK PM announces support for Small Island States at COP26
Reducing methane emissions vital for climate action, but not ‘get out of jail free card’
$15M gift announced for new Computer Science building
UN expert assesses hazardous substances and wastes: Mauritius
OPCW Member States from French speaking countries in Africa enhance understanding of legislative and regulatory issues
IATA Adds ‘Quote and Book’ Function to IATA Net Rates – IAG Cargo First to Integrate Solution
New U computing building to benefit Utah’s economy
Laboratory training helps chemists advance their analytical capabilities and knowledge of chemicals relevant to Chemical Weapons
Mozambique Becomes First Country To Receive Emission Reductions Payments From Forest Carbon Partnership Facility
United Road Safety Fund launches 10 new projects in 14 low-and middle-income countries
OPCW and University of Wuppertal build Member State capacity in preventing chemical explosions
Special Rapporteur on Contemporary Forms of Racism Calls for Moratorium on Use of Surveillance Technology
Human Rights Council adopts Universal Periodic Review outcomes of Seychelles, Latvia, Singapore and Sierra Leone
Minister of Foreign Affairs makes three diplomatic appointments 30 September
Young People Must Be Protagonists in Developing Policies and Programmes that Affect Them
Seafarers crucial to safety and security of New Zealand
Plastic Recycling is Clear Example of Disinformation in Context of Toxics
‘Power of humanity’ can overcome Covid, climate challenges – Assembly President
Paris climate deal could go up in smoke without action: Guterres
Research challenges understanding of pandemic preparedness and resilience in Africa
Mauritius incident was world’s first major spill of Very Low Sulfur Fuel Oil
Are African countries doing enough to ensure cybersecurity and Internet safety?
IMO supports maritime security activities in East Africa
French speaking first responders from Africa build expertise in chemical incident management
UN Secretary-General appoints Under-Secretary-General Pramila Patten as officer-in-charge of UN Women
Experts from OPCW African Member States improve chemical incident management skills
Can island states survive climate crisis?
Covid vaccine shipments boost for Africa
New World TV awarded pay-TV rights
Storing biometric data on identity cards violates privacy – UN Human Rights Committee: Mauritius
Experts from African OPCW Member States complete decontamination training
Western Indian Ocean region has declared 550,000 square kilometers as protected, 63% jump since 2015
Mauritius ratifies Violence and Harassment Convention
IMF Executive Board Concludes 2021 Article IV Consultation with Mauritius
High Commissioner for Human Rights Presents Report on Situation of Human Rights
Mauritius deploys first satellite into low-Earth orbit
National Authorities from Africa explore ways to improve CWC implementation
UNESCO report calls for substantial increases in investment in science in face of growing crises
OPCW partners with national authorities, industry and academia to advance safety and security
World Oceans Day: Life and Livelihoods
On Passing of Sir Anerood Jugnauth