Violence against women and girls remains a pervasive violation of fundamental rights in most countries and territories in Europe and Central Asia.
Aleksey Grachev comes from a long line of zoologists. His great uncle Yuri encouraged him to study snow leopards, and today he runs the snow leopard Monitoring Centre at the Institute of Zoology of the Academy of Sciences as one of Kazakhstan's top experts.
In the lead up to the COP 26 global climate conference, UNDP releases new research revealing that fossil fuels’ subsidies, paid for by taxpayers, end up deepening inequality and impeding action on climate change.
In “Who’s Gonna End?”, Sertab Erener pairs with UNDP to encourage renewed efforts to fight climate change and achieve the Global Goals
Stories of how people were impacted from farms to cities by global warming, and some early solutions in Serbia.
While the pandemic accelerated the transition to online learning, working and networking, it also heightened the risks of women and girls of being left behind.

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35%

are excluded from society

19%

of youth are unemployed

1.4 million

are living with HIV

88%

of primary energy supply is from fossil fuels

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