Over the last few years, Ukraine has suffered several cyber attacks and the escalations in February 2022 has led to heightened fears over cyber warfare
David Miliband, CEO of International Rescue Committee on the Ukraine humanitarian crisis - and how the Russian invasion must end the 'age of impunity'.
The pandemic, high fuel prices and the conflict in Ukraine are impacting the production and supply of food, with governments facing tough decisions ahead.
Watch a livestreamed session featuring David Beasley, Kelly Clements, Catherine Russell and Inger Ashing on 21 March 2022 at 14:00 CET.
Russia and Ukraine are key suppliers of crucial metals needed for the clean energy transition - will the conflict derail progress to halt climate change?
Ukraine energy firms and officials address a World Economic Forum event to discuss the situation and appeal for help, with nuclear safety a major concern.
The initiative SupportUkraineNow (SUN) by Global Shapers has grown into the most comprehensive guide on how foreigners can help Ukraine's humanitarian crisis. These are the lessons its cr...
Ukraine addresses World Economic Forum event to urge the world to help it maintain its power system, protect nuclear sites, and to stop buying Russian energy.
With a huge influx of refugees to Ukraine's neighbours, it is more urgent than ever to begin understanding asylum-seekers' needs at each stage of their journey
The European Union is reviewing membership requests from Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova following Russia's invasion.
More than 2 million people have fled Ukraine since the Russian invasion. Here’s a snapshot of the scale of the humanitarian crisis.
With women in Ukraine facing extreme disadvantage, UN Women is working to help them get the support they need.
More than 1 million people have fled Ukraine since the Russian invasion began on 24 February. Here are just some of the stories of humanitarian aid.
Russia's invasion of Ukraine inflated oil prices even further to well over $110 per barrel. We outline the impact on oil prices and the energy transition.
Evacuees from Ukraine’s deadly war zones are mostly women and children, and their journeys have often been made on foot. Thankfully, they’re being welcomed.