Will Boris Johnson resign? | Politics

Video duration 24 minutes and 20 seconds 24:20 From: inside the story The British Prime Minister is facing a deepening political crisis. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is defying calls to resign over the lockdown breach scandal. Johnson attended parties at his Downing Street residence while the rest of the country has been asked to … Read more

Can the UN’s agency for Palestinian refugees survive? | United Nations News

Video duration 25 minutes and 15 seconds 25:15 From: inside the story UNRWA warns of chronic funding shortfalls as it launches $1.6 billion appeal. Nearly six million people depend on the operations of UNRWA – the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East. It provides food aid, health care, … Read more

What’s behind the Houthis’ attack on the UAE? | Houthis News

Video duration 25 minutes and 15 seconds 25:15 From: inside the story At least three people were killed in drone attacks on oil installations near Abu Dhabi Airport. The United Arab Emirates promised to respond to the largest Houthi attack on its soil in years. At least three people were killed when drones bombed oil … Read more

What if prisons were more humane? | TV Shows

Tuesday, January 18 at 19:30 GMT:Some may think that prison is a place of punishment and a deterrent to crime. But are prisons actually rehabilitating prisoners, and are they making communities safer? Many advocates for incarcerated people believe that revenge-focused prisons are counterproductive to public safety. They advocate a more humane approach that recognizes the … Read more

Can Afghanistan avoid a hunger crisis? | Show Types

Video duration 25 minutes 00 seconds 25:00 The United Nations World Food Program says eight out of nine families in Afghanistan suffer from hunger. Food shortage is the result of the economic crisis in Afghanistan. It was exacerbated by the global isolation of the Taliban government. The United States and Western donors cut funding and … Read more

Can the US solve its unprecedented blood shortage? | TV Shows

Monday January 17 at 19:30 GMT:The American Red Cross first declared a national blood crisis. The organization, which supplies about 40 percent of blood to the United States, says its blood banks are suffering from a severe shortage of donations. Most blood centers carry a five-day supply of different blood types. However, many banks report … Read more

Will Pakistan’s National Security Policy work? | Business and Economy

Video duration 25 minutes and 15 seconds 25:15 From: inside the story Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that economic diplomacy will now be at the heart of Pakistan’s foreign affairs. Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan launched the country’s first national security policy. It seeks to shift the focus away from the military to … Read more

Ukraine: Cold War stereotypes and competing narratives | Media

From: listening function As superpowers talk about the fate of Ukraine, where are the Ukrainian voices? In addition to the sexism in the Greek media. Overview of Russia’s Border with Ukraine – The story has received Cold War treatment and needs updating. Contributors: Olga Tokaruk – Journalist and Non-Resident Fellow at SibaMax Sidon – Moscow … Read more

Inger Ashing: Are we failing to protect vulnerable children? | Child Rights

From: Talk to the island Save the Children’s CEO discusses whether NGOs have failed to make a difference in the lives of minors in conflict zones. According to the United Nations, the past year has seen a “chain of grave violations” against children in conflict zones, despite decades of advocacy by NGOs. One organization that … Read more