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The Student Operated Press gives aspiring students and writers the opportunity to have their work published, no matter their lack of prior experience. It is rapidly becoming a precious stepping stone on the path to success. With my personal advice, encouragement and leadership, as well as that of various respected editors and mentors that I have gathered together, makes the SOP all the more an indispensable experience for budding writers.

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UN Launches Emergency Plan for Millions of Venezuelan Migrants and Refugees - A new plan to cover the urgent needs of millions of Venezuelan refugees and migrants, coordinated by the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM), was launched in Geneva on Friday.

UN Investigates Sexual Violence Across South Sudan - Widespread and systematic sexual violence across South Sudan, just a few months after the countrys top two politicians signed a renewed commitment to peace, was at the top of the UN Commission on Human Rights in the countrys agenda on Friday, as members ended their first fact-finding mission.

Yemen Ceasefire Deal - The freshly agreed Yemen ceasefire deal covering the key Red Sea governorates of Hudaydah and Taiz has been welcomed by the World Food Programme (WFP), which on Friday expressed hope that it would improve access for humanitarians and, just as crucially, commercial shipping.

UN: Failure to Take Climate Action Suicidal - With roadblocks continuing at the COP24 climate change conference over how to implement the historic 2015 Paris Agreement, United Nations chief Guterres returned to Poland on Wednesday, to challenge the more than 100 Government leaders gathered in Katowice to find consensus and "finish the job."

Prisoner Executions in Belarus Unacceptable - The continued use of the death penalty in Belarus has been condemned by an authoritative UN rights body after three men were reportedly executed there, despite its requests for clemency.

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