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This study investigates the factors that influence travelers' intentions toward animal ethics in tourism and makes a significant contribution to methodological approaches and the body of knowledge in animal ethics in tourism.

World Chagas Disease Day 2024: Fight the Silent Epidemic

World Health Day 2024: Global Action for Universal Health

World Neglected Tropical Diseases Day 2025: A Catalyst for Global Health and Sustainable Development

World Tuberculosis Day 2024: A Global Call to Action

March 24th, 2024

Each year, World Tuberculosis Day is observed on March 24th, a day of significance marking Dr. Robert Koch's groundbreaking announcement in 1882 of the discovery of the bacterium responsible for tuberculosis (TB). This discovery was a pivotal moment in the medical field, leading to the development of diagnostic methods and treatments for this devastating disease.

The Significance of World Tuberculosis Day

UN's Summit of the Future 2024

Purpose of the Summit

Large crowd gathered with placards in protest

The Right to Protest: online panel discussion

LexisNexis is hosting a free, online panel discussion in partnership with the International Law Book Facility (ILBF) to explore the right to protest. 

24th January 2024 at 17:00-18:30 GMT

The panel discussion, moderated by James Harper, General Counsel of Global Nexis Solutions - part of LexisNexis, supports the ILBF's law undergraduate essay competition 2023-2024, that asks law undergraduates the question: ‘Should the right to protest be unfettered?

The researchers examined the use of footwear that incorporates force-sensing resistor sensors to classify lower limb disorders affecting the knee, hip, and ankle joints. The outcomes of the study reveal promising findings for future gait analysis and injury diagnosis, and the potential of force-sensing resistors (FSRs) and machine learning techniques for improving the assessment of lower limb injuries, and thereby furthering SDG3.
In this episode of the "World We Want" podcast, Márcia Balisciano interviews Filip Neele, Lead Scientist at TNO in Utrecht, the Netherlands. They discuss carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology as a “key” in energy transition and its role in supporting global sustainability.

Rare Disease Education:  Infantile Neuroaxonal Dystrophy

Editor: Kelsey LaFayette, DNP, RN, FNP-C

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