Peru has had six presidents in five years. The one constant? A government that reacts with force when people call for change.
In Uganda and other places, people need to know how climate change actions will benefit their lives now. We have to change how we talk about the environment.
Young people are caught in the crossfire in war. Those who survive are left with long term consequences. But we don’t think to include them in peace making.
For years, governments have engaged in marathon annual talks to try to end global warming. But they often fall frustratingly short.
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News Decoder Updates
Correspondent Susan Ruel sat down with student Goldie Zarabi of The Hewitt School in New York to talk journalism, objectivity and tough assignments.
Introducing Sabīne Bērziņa, News Decoder’s latest hire, to help lead our Mobile Stories project to teach media literacy through the practice of news gathering.
Students who want to make a positive difference and connect with peers from around the world are encouraged to apply for the GCI Fellowship 2024, a full year-long program for secondary school students that launches with the GCI Summit at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, from 20 to 28 July 2024.
Applications due 29 January 2024.
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