South Australian senator Nick Xenophon says he will introduce legislation to Parliament to force the ABC to reinstate its shortwave radio service, which ended today.
The World Bank says it wants to help developing countries mitigate climate change. But researchers from one NGO say the global financial lender funds far more fossil fuel projects than clean-energy initiatives in some of these nations.
A new ITUC report shows the potential for jobs and economic growth of investing in care and physical infrastructure in emerging economies.
Results from CID’s latest survey of New Zealand’s international NGOs reveal a vibrant sector active close to home in the Pacific and South-East Asia, and in countries like South Sudan, Iraq and Syria.
New Zealanders can help fight the United State’s ban on refugees, says the Council for International Development's Director, Josie Pagani.
Up to 20 countries have indicated support for the Netherlands’ plan, led by Dutch international development minister, Lilianne Ploumen, to set up an international safe abortion fund to plug a $600m funding gap caused by Donald Trump’s reinstatement of the “global gag rule”.
A legal showdown is looming in Pakistan as NGOs petition the courts to squelch interior ministry orders to cease operations for allegedly “pursing an anti-state agenda”.
The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) has sought to debunk the myth that Mediterranean countries are being unfairly burdened, holding up Uganda as an example of the humane treatment of refugees.
As PNG approaches national elections in June, Paul Flanagan looks back at the country's tumultuous 2016, and looks ahead to the potential for either more sustainable development or more entrenched corruption depending on the election result.
Anxiety is rising around the world about how the new US presidency will impact global climate actions. This fear is particularly acute in Latin America - one of the most climate vulnerable regions, and one that largely relies on external economic support.