Photo of the Broken Chair, a giant wooden sculpture of a three-legged chair. In the background, the entrance to the UN building can be seen. (The Culture Trip | Sean Mowbray)
No one can maim their spirit: On Palestine and the UN’s broken conscience

The Broken Chair in Geneva is a constant reminder of the carelessness of the international community towards those they label “fellow humans.”

Why we need to broaden the debate about social protection in the MENA region

One of the key challenges facing MENA nations is establishing more coherent public policies on social protection, argues Rana Jawad, Ph.D., of the University of Bath.