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Partnering with the private sector

09/26/2018. Private sector actors can play a major role given their unique expertise, capacities, resources, and networks.

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"Peace is all we need to return home"

10/02/2018. Refugees in Rwanda dream of no longer relying on others to feed their families and of going home.

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The imperative of UN reform

10/31/2018. Michael Møller, Director-General of the United Nations Office at Geneva gave a conference entitled “The imperative of UN reform” at the University of Geneva

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How Europe Can Reform Its Migration Policy

10/05/2018. Three years since the start of the European refugee crisis, the continent’s politics are still convulsed by disagreements over migration.

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Nigeria: Health worker Hauwa Mohammed Liman executed in captivity

10/16/2018. A second health worker held hostage in Nigeria has been murdered.

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How change happens in the humanitarian sector

10/04/2018. Two years after the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul, at which the humanitarian sector committed to substantial changes, the Alliance’s flagship report sheds light on what has happened, what not and why.

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Order of Malta and Red Cross united by a “red thread”: helping those who suffer

09/22/2018. “We are united by a ‘red thread’: we work toward the same ends, based on the principle of neutrality and prompted by the attempt to help people who suffer, without any discrimination,” said the Grand Master when greeting the…

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Indonesia earthquake and tsunami: Malteser International supports reconstruction of health facilities

10/05/2018. Malteser International has made emergency funds available to deliver essential relief materials to the surrounding communities.

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The Coming Crime Wars

09/21/2018. Future conflicts will mostly be waged by drug cartels, mafia groups, gangs, and terrorists. It is time to rethink our rules of engagement.

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The truth is that Trump has a point about globalisation

09/26/2018. Donald Trump is now the one throwing the petrol bombs and for multilateral organisations like the IMF and World Bank, that poses a much bigger threat.

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