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At UNGA, as President Trump Goes it Alone, the World Moves On

At UNGA, as President Trump Goes it Alone, the World Moves On

Members of the global community – including governments, civil society, and the private sector – are moving forward to tackle the world’s most pressing humanitarian challenges, with or without U.S. government leadership.

Decades of Humanitarian Aid for Refugees are Now at Risk

Decades of Humanitarian Aid for Refugees are Now at Risk

Thirty-nine years on, Walter Mondale's inspiring 1979 call to action over the Vietnamese boat people was a watershed moment. Remembering Mondale’s speech in Geneva reminds us of an alternative vision of U.S. humanitarian leadership in the world. It is a vision that honors both U.S. interests and American values, and it offers a brighter future for hundreds of millions around the globe.

An Extraordinary Plea for U.S. Engagement from the UN’s Chief

An Extraordinary Plea for U.S. Engagement from the UN’s Chief

On Tuesday, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres will travel to Washington, D.C. and will meet this week with Members of Congress and administration officials. He will be in Washington in the wake of an extraordinary press conference he held at the United Nations in New York on June 20, in which he urged the Trump administration to stay engaged on global issues. This is an extraordinary plea to the U.S. president from the UN's chief.