Legislators in Africa address food security and nutrition challenges

By | 14 May 2018

14 May 2018, Midrand, South Africa — The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is strengthening the capacity of Africa Legislators to address food security and nutrition challenges on the continent. This follows a Technical Cooperation Project (TCP) signed between FAO and Pan Africa Parliament titled “Strengthening capacities of Parliamentarians in Africa for… Read More »

Taking action where we can to stop cybercrime

By | 24 April 2018

Op-Ed by Yury Fedotov Cyber. It is the inescapable prefix defining our world today. From the privacy of individuals to relations between states, cyber dominates discussions and headlines – so much so that we risk being paralyzed by the magnitude of the problems we face. But we would do well to keep in mind that despite… Read More »

Deputy Secretary-General’s remarks to Memorial for Winnie Mandela

By | 13 April 2018

Thank you for inviting me to share in this special evening.  What an honour to be with so many sisters and daughters of Winnie.  Tonight, we celebrate the remarkable journey of a truly remarkable woman.  It is right to do so here in Harlem – because Winnie Mandela came here again and again.    Whenever she travelled here, it was more than just a visit.  It… Read More »