END Archive

International Panel Calls for End to Global War on Fossil Fuels

OCTOBER 5, 2018 – More than 100 leading scholars from 12 countries have issued a report contending “the global war on fossil fuels … was never founded on sound science or economics” and urging the world’s policymakers to “acknowledge this truth and end that war.” The Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC), an independent

World leaders commit to bold targets and urgent action to end TB

26 September 2018 World leaders meeting today at the United Nations (UN) General Assembly have committed to ensure that 40 million people with tuberculosis (TB) receive the care they need by end 2022. They also agreed to provide 30 million people with preventive treatment to protect them from developing TB. “Today is a landmark in

Support Grows for Global Fund to End Modern Slavery

Global Fund to End Modern Slavery is a bold public-private partnership seeking to develop a $1.5+ billion fund and coordinate a coherent, global strategy to address modern slavery Years of discussions at the Annual Meeting with business, government and civil society bear fruit as US and UK governments seed largest-ever fund to fight global slavery

New Partnership to Help Millennials End Gender Bias

The Global Shapers Community and Procter & Gamble form a new partnership to raise awareness among young people on gender equality The partnership will include a social media campaign and a $100,000 grant challenge to support grassroots youth-led solutions For more information on the Global Shapers Community, please visit https://www.globalshapers.org Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, 23 January 2018

How Cryptocurrency Revolutionizes Work. The End of the 8-HourWorkday.

“In the future, more and more things we do (passive or active) are going to get compensated by a token of some sort. In the same way today governments are issuing money, in the future companies will be issuing tokens to marry that value to a function that they have, or a product of their

Leaders at United Nations General Assembly Step Up Commitments to End Malaria for Good

  Heads of State, Ministers from Monaco, Swaziland, U.S., and Zambia Pledge Political and Financial Support to Eliminate the Disease that Puts Half the World at Risk   U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative Announces Addition of 5 New Focus Countries, Expanding its Effective Anti-Malaria Efforts Across Sub-Sahara Africa   New York (September 21, 2017) – Today,

WHO declares the end of Ebola virus disease (EVD) the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

Brazzaville/Kinshasa, 2 July 2017 – Today, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the end of the most recent outbreak of Ebola virus disease (EVD) in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The announcement comes 42 days (two 21-day incubation cycles of the virus) after the last confirmed Ebola patient in the affected Bas-Uélé province tested

World Vision India Launches Campaign to End Violence against Children, to Impact 5 million Children by 2021

World Vision India’s campaign, ’It Takes the World to End Violence against Children’ targets 5 million children across 25 States and 1 Union Territory   May 16, Delhi: World Vision India (WVI), a humanitarian organization working for child protection, launched a nation-wide campaign to end child sexual abuse and exploitation by 2021, in New Delhi

Sangeeta Bijlani, Karan Mehra and Vinod Kambli at Grand Finale of Sandip Soparrkar’s “4th India Dance Week” end on a grand note

The “4th India Dance Week” is a vibrant celebration of Indian and World dances coming together on one single platform, this super energetic festival ended on a grand note on 30th April, 2017 at Dublin Square in Phoenix Market City, kurla. The India Dance Week is one of the largest, most active and thrilling dance

A Timeline of Birth, Life and End of The Internet Era

The idea for the internet came from inspired theorists who found mammoth value in computers being able to communicate and circulate big data with one another. In view of the internet urbanized by the administration in the investigation department as DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), it was predictable to be chiefly used for armed