EU Referendum: Setting our sails

Ambassador Indy Hothi reacts to the results of the EU Referendum with a forward-looking strategy. 

Young voices changing health care

Founders of the Youth Health Parliament, Lewis Smith and Ben Griffiths, discuss contributing to the future of healthcare in the UK.

UN Commission Declares Eritrea's Officials Committed Crimes Against Humanity Since 1991

Meron Semedar takes a look at the crimes against humanity recorded in the UN Commission of Inquiry on Eritrea's second report.

A model for humanitarian investment: can it work?

Pierre Heistein recounts an innovative financial initiative discussed at the inaugural World Humanitarian Summit.

Indy Hothi shares 10 ways to make a difference

Indy Hothi set out the ten things he believes young business professionals should consider when setting out to make the world a better place.

Protecting Indigenous Communities is Environmentalism

Delegate Speaker Anna Hohag writes on where environmental justice and social justice intersect.

We are young people and we will solve climate change

Today's young people will solve climate change. Delegate Speaker Gina Fiorile shares her thoughts on why young people are so powerful when it comes to environmental challenges.

Rediscovering Brazil: An outline of what is happening in Latin America's largest country

South American Ambassadors collaborated to produce this analysis on Brazil's current political situation.

Migration to the north: a season of hope and death

Meron Semedar writes his thoughts on the recent tragedies in the Mediterranean Sea, and tells us what should be done about it.

14 years in prison. His crime? One article.

Due to Eritrea's low levels of press freedom, Ambassador Vanessa Berhe's uncle has been detained for the past 14 years. She needs your help.