Asia's informal workers risk losing out in green economy push, officials warn [[link removed]]
Asia-Pacific accounts for about two-thirds of the world's 2 billion informal workers, in sectors from industry to agriculture, according to the U.N.
World AIDS Day: is a cure for HIV finally in sight? [[link removed]]
Revolutionary stem cell treatment offers hope of 'functional cure' for people living with HIV.
EXPLAINER: Is climate change boosting hunger around the world? [[link removed]]
Extreme weather, rising seas and hotter temperatures are increasingly affecting farmers and their harvests. What needs to change - and what could help?
Don't blame climate change for Madagascar's food crisis, scientists say [[link removed]]
Widespread poverty, lack of irrigation, deforestation and COVID-19 restrictions are having a bigger effect than global warming, scientists say
Canada's House of Commons approves bill to ban LGBT conversion therapy [[link removed]]
Senior gay Liberals fight back tears after Canada's House of Commons voted unanimously to ban LGBT+ conversion therapy
El Salvador violated rights of woman who had abortion and died in prison, court rules [[link removed]]
El Salvador has some of the strictest anti-abortion laws in the world
Biden seeks end to AIDS epidemic in the United States by 2030 [[link removed]]
Biden's new national strategy to combat AIDS seeks to boost money for research, increase access to treatment, and recognize the role racism plays in inequitable access to medical services
Gay player Cavallo has no reason to feel unsafe in Qatar: WC tournament chief [[link removed]]
After coming out as gay in October, Josh Cavallo has expressed reservations about competing in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar where gay sex is a criminal offence
EU drafts plan to remove more carbon emissions from the air [[link removed]]
The European Commission will propose an EU system of certifying carbon removals next year, by measuring and verifying CO2 removals from individual land holdings
Australia raises possibility of more legislation on tech giants with new inquiry [[link removed]]
Australia has led global efforts to rein in the powers of the likes of Alphabet and Facebook, installing legislation that has been heralded as a model for others to copy
Swiss banks, gov't partner up to raise $1 bln for development projects [[link removed]]
The Sustainable Development Goals Impact Finance Initiative is one of a number of 'blended finance' funds to help ramp up investment in poorer countries - a key focus at the recent COP26 climate conference
Opinion OPINION: Parliamentarians are under attack in Myanmar [[link removed]]
Since the coup in Myanmar on February 1, scores of lawmakers have gone into hiding, while many others have been detained
OPINION: Forty years of AIDS - Justice and equality remain key to quelling a still-potent epidemic [[link removed]]
Living a healthy life with HIV is possible and should not be thanks to privilege, like it was for me.
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