The country needs urgent help with debt relief and humanitarian aid.
Winnie Byanyima is a grassroots activist, human rights advocate, senior international public servant, world-recognised expert on women's rights, and c... urrently the UN Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director for UNAIDS.
The richest one percent took 82 percent of the wealth generated in 2017, while the poorest half of humanity got nothing.
Renewed negotiations, guided by the people of South Sudan, can bring genuine and long-lasting peace to the country.
Developing nations lay claim to the mantle of leadership for a fairer, safer world.
As the humanitarian scale-up in the region continues, governments and donors are urged to do their part.
For now, these summits risk being but a half-hearted beginning to help those millions of people forced to flee.
On the 65th anniversary of the Refugee Convention, let’s #StandAsOne with our 65 million forcibly displaced people.