Eight months of conflict in Sudan: "An unimaginable humanitarian crisis"

In April, fighting broke out between the Sudanese Army (SAF) and the paramilitary group Rapid Support Forces (RSF) in Sudan. The conflict has had enormous humanitarian consequences, including driving 6,9 million people from their homes. Photo: United Nations photo. Source: Flickr.

Of: Mona Adam Abdi

In conjunction with fighting in Sudan, an acute humanitarian disaster has developed in the country, where millions of Sudanese are fighting for their survival. Conflicts has led to over 12 deaths and driven 000 million people from their homes. The health care system is on the verge of collapse, and there are acute water and food shortages in the country. But despite the urgent situation, international support has not met the needs.  

December 22, 2023, Report

Week 50: Historic climate agreement at COP28 - but several debaters are critical

After a protracted negotiation at the UN climate conference in Dubai, the countries of the world were finally able to agree on an agreement on a transition from fossil fuels. But this past week's debaters disagree on whether the agreement is actually sufficient. Photo: UNclimatechange. Source: Flickr.

Of: Mona Adam Abdi

The climate debate continues. Last week ended the negotiations at the UN climate meeting COP28 in Dubai, and the world has nu a new climate agreement. Many are satisfied with the agreement and believe that it is a historic step in the right direction. Aothers think that it inte is sufficient. 

December 18, 2023, Current debate

EU cooperates with Tunisia - despite accusations of inhumane treatment of migrants

In July this year, the EU concluded a cooperation agreement with Tunisia with the aim of stopping the large number of African migrants from reaching Europe illegally. The collaboration has been criticized by several different human rights organizations. Photo: Martin Schulz/US Naval Forces Europe-Africa. Source: Flickr.

Of: Mona Adam Abdi

Several human rights organizations have noticed how African migrants are subjected to violence by Tunisian security forces. Reports indicate that migrants forcibly placed and left under difficult conditions in the extreme heat of the Sahara desert - without water and shelter. At the same time, the European Commission has recently concluded a cooperation agreement with Tunisia to put an end to the number of migrants who trying get to Europe.  

November 6, 2023, Development magazine explains