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EPAH: "he pressing need for just energy transition is now more needed than ever".

The conference will take place in Zagreb, Croatia, under the theme “Moving towards energy autonomy: How to guarantee social inclusion”.

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By the end of 2022, 860 million people could live in extreme poverty.

In total, by the end of 2022, 860 million people could be in a situation caused by inequalities that have been exacerbated by the pandemic, inflation and war in Ukraine, according to a report by Intermón Oxfam.

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The war in Ukraine has reinforced a militaristic vision that consolidates the culture of violence to resolve conflicts.

Neus Sotomayor of Unipau and Antoni Soler of Fundipau reflect on the militarism triggered by the Ukrainian war and why pacifism and non-violence must be emphasized to prevent conflict.

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Francesc Terns: "For us, a person, whether from Ukraine, Syria or anywhere else, is a person."

Co-founder of Barcelona-based NGO Health Warriors tells us why they reoriented their project towards helping refugees from the war in Ukraine.

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Where is the 1997 ban, the Ottawa Treaty, as an overcoming of the amendment to Protocol II to the Geneva Conventions that was useless in banning land mines? What is the situation with demining once the conflict is over?

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The Russian invasion of Ukraine has already caused more than a million refugees.

Organizations such as the Fundación Lealtad and the Pan American Health Organization have developed documents with some tips for providing assistance and making it as effective as possible.

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Russia is not only violating the sovereignty of one of it’s neighbours and its people, but is also questioning the whole architecture of global security, and is using the fragile situation of a dysfunctional and ineffective UN Security Council.

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The International Crisis Group has compiled a list of ten international conflicts to follow in 2022.

An International Crisis Group (IGC) document lists ten sources of conflict in the world that need to be noticed this year.

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Putin has launched a military operation in Ukraine to "demilitarize" the country, he said.

ICIP Director Kristian Herbolzheimer and Delás Center Honorary President Pere Ortega reflect on the causes and consequences of the Russian military invasion of Ukraine.

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The possibility of an open war in the heart of Europe is becoming more and more real.

Researcher and honorary president of the Delàs Center, Pere Ortega, unravels the crisis that threatens to provoke an open war in central Europe.

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Nuclear weapon explosion. Photo: Wikimedia

SIPRI yearbook points out nine countries as the major nuclear weapon bearers.

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