Daily Archives: January 6, 2019


Concerns Continue To Build As DRC’s Election Results Further Delayed

After a two-year delay, the Democratic Republic of Congo’s (DRC’s) election results have been postponed for another week – following election-day chaos, communication shutdowns and widespread fears of electoral fraud. Several international bodies, including the UN Human Rights Office (ONHCR), have warned that continuing delays may contribute to growing tensions […]


How Do We Fix Syria?

Since early 2011, civil war has raged in Syria after anti-government protests turned violent and spiralled out of control during the wave of uprisings across the Middle East known as the Arab Spring. Since then, over 20 state and non-state actors have undertaken military and guerrilla action against each other, […]


Human Impact On Biodiversity

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) published their 2018 Living Planet Report in October, revealing stark findings about humanity’s impact on the environment, animal populations, and animal habitats, and the likelihood of extinction for a number of species if human actions and attitudes towards the Earth and its resources do not […]


The Organization For World Peace Presents Its Inaugural Prize For Peace Promotion

The Organization for World Peace is proud to present its inaugural Prize for Peace Promotion to Doctors Without Borders. The prize recognizes an organization which over the past year has had a prominent role in promoting peace and reducing the harm caused by international conflict. The Organization for World Peace […]