International Humanitarian

On United Nations Day, leaders of the global body in Somalia highlight their support and challenges, and reaffirm their commitment – Somalia

Mogadishu, October 26, 2021 – On the occasion of this year’s United Nations Day, the highest officials of the world body in Somalia today highlighted some of the support given and the challenges faced in helping Somalis on the road to peace and stability, while reaffirming their commitment to the …

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CARE warns of increased risks for women and girls as new report finds nearly half of Afghans now face acute hunger – Afghanistan

A new report reveals that Afghanistan has sunk deeper into an already alarming hunger crisis, exacerbated by drought, increased displacement, rising food prices, the COVID-19 pandemic and the economic decline, with 18.8 million people, almost half of the population, currently facing acute hunger – an increase of almost 30% from …

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What eclipses our community harmony?

Community tensions in Bangladesh have recently reached an alarming level. During this year’s Durga Puja, one of the biggest religious holidays in “secular” Bangladesh, certain criminal elements unleashed rampant violence against minority communities. For four days, a group of radicalized individuals, including young people, torched and looted the homes of …

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Professor Neville Wylie | On

Neville Wylie was appointed interim dean of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities in October 2021. He joined the University as Professor of International History and Deputy Director (Internationalization) in 2018. Prior to taking up his post in Stirling, Professor Wylie had worked at the University of Nottingham, where he …

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