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News 27 Sep 2022

Learning From the Experiences of Modern Slavery Survivors

New brief captures the successes of the FAST Initiative's Survivor Inclusion Initiative.

News 25 Jul 2022

New Guidelines Provide First Global Policy Framework on Protecting Children on the Move in Face of Climate Change

Nine principles address the unique and layered vulnerabilities of children.

News 04 Apr 2022

Briefing: FAST Intervention at the OSCE's 22nd Conference of the Alliance Against Trafficking in Persons

The FAST Initiative provided an intervention at the 22nd Alliance against Trafficking in Person's Conference.

News 01 Apr 2022

Migration and Inequality Expert Appointed Head of Equitable Development and Migration

Professor Heaven Crawley will lead UNU-CPR's Equitable Development and Migration programme.

News 30 Mar 2022

FAST Initiative Teams Up With Liechtenstein Banks To Support Ukrainian Refugees

An estimated 10 million people have already fled the conflict in Ukraine.

News 21 Mar 2022

UN Secretary-General Announces Membership of the High-Level Advisory Board on Effective Multilateralism

The Board will be supported in its work by UNU-CPR in close coordination with the Executive Office of the Secretary-General.

News 22 Feb 2022

Leading UN Think Tank To Launch Geneva Presence

UNU-CPR will open its doors in Geneva with the support of the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs.

News 16 Dec 2021

Stock Exchange of Thailand, Walk Free and FAST Provide Thai Businesses With Tools To Manage Modern Slavery Risks

The toolkit will help Thai listed companies and businesses manage human rights risks across a range of sectors.

News 01 Oct 2021

UNU-CPR Bolsters Peace and Conflict Prevention Expertise

Dr Erica Gaston has been appointed Senior Policy Advisor and Head of the Conflict Prevention and Sustaining Peace Programme at UNU-CPR.

News 27 Sep 2021

Second Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Certificate Launches for the Financial Sector

FAST and ACAMS initiatives have launched a second free training certificate.