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India’s COVID-19 Crisis: Mobilizing for Impact

The first quarter of 2021 saw a significant spike in COVID-19 case numbers in South Asia, especially in its three most populous countries- India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. India has been the worst-affected, experiencing the world’s highest recorded single-day increase in cases for every consecutive day of the past week. Severe oxygen supply shortages, fully-occupied hospital […]

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Mobilizing the Private Sector Towards Clean Energy Access in Displaced Settings In Turkey: #CleanEnergyChallenge

During the Global Refugee Forum, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) announced the Clean Energy Challenge, a multi-stakeholder platform of more than 200 partners. As a core founding member of the Challenge, Globesight committed to mobilizing the private sector around the Challenge in a number of countries with significant refugee populations through high-level […]

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2021 Foresight: The Role of the Private Sector in Moving Towards a Healthier Post-Pandemic World

Globesight’s Virtual Conversation convened The Global Fund’s Head of Private Sector Engagement, John Fairhurst, and President and COO of (RED), Jennifer Lotito to discuss the role of the private sector in moving to a healthier post-pandemic world. As the world steps into 2021 and with the advent of successful treatments and vaccines,  the global conversation […]

read more Platform Launches to Drive Critical Dialogue Around the SDGs

Amidst a global pandemic, world leaders convened virtually last week for the 75th Session of #UNGA. The High-Level Meetings have stressed the need for ‘transformative action’ and ‘solidarity’ for a world in crisis. Yet five years into the implementation of the 2030 Agenda we are further than ever from meeting the #SustainableDevelopmentGoals. The same ideas and institutions […]

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Globesight Hosts Virtual Dialogues on Gender Equality as part of #UN75

In January 2020, the start of the United Nation’s 75th anniversary, Secretary-General António Guterres launched the world’s biggest conversation on building a better future for all. Guided by the vision of building greater solidarity around the world and the articulation of #TheWorldWeWant, the UN’s goal was to spark conversations, the UN75 dialogues, in diverse settings […]

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Global Aid for Lebanon Campaign Seeks to Support Lebanese People

The devastating explosion in Lebanon’s capital killed at least 150 people, injured more than 5,000, and left hundreds and thousands of people homeless. The Lebanese people are left dealing with injuries, loss of loved ones, and damaged homes as they look towards rebuilding their lives.  To help rescue efforts and support the strong people of […]

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Research Report Sheds Light on Reconstruction Efforts in Syria

Syria remains afflicted by violence and war. As the years have passed since the conflict began in 2011, the focus of conversation has recently turned to the issue of reconstruction of the country. While the United States, European Union, and most international organizations have largely refrained from any substantive support for reconstruction in Syria without […]

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Globesight Launches Refugees Shine at the Vatican

Globesight is proud to announce at the Vatican that #RefugeesShine will launch in New York and Dubai in 2018. The campaign will show the most vulnerable among us in a different light. Read More

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Globesight Weighs In on EDA Research Roundtable Increasing Sustainable Development Finance Flows

Globesight Executive Director, Taufiq Rahim joined Helen Clark, former Prime Minister of New Zealand and former UNDP Administrator, and Mona Hammadi, Senior Director of the Office of Strategic Affairs, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Court, to discuss ideas on how to increase sustainable development finance flows during a research roundtable hosted by the Emirates Diplomatic Academy […]

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Harvard Report Highlights UAE as a Global Center for Philanthropy

Institutional Philanthropy Growing in the UAE, new report says.

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