Preventing irreversible climate disruption is the race of our lives and for our lives […] We need rapid and deep change in how we do business, generate power, build cities and feed the world. And – having endured what is possibly the hottest month in recorded history – we need action now.
The people of Beira [Mozambique] have a right to expect strong solidarity and tangible support from the international community…It is not only the future of far-away places that is in peril, it is our entire planet.
Hate speech is a direct assault on our core values of tolerance, inclusion and respect for human rights and human dignity. It sets groups against each other, contributes to violence and conflict, and undermines all our efforts for peace, stability and sustainable development.
The world does not have many true heroes. But the late Private Chancy Chitete, of Malawi was indeed one of them and we unfortunately lost him last year.