Roundup: Climate resilience, food pantry, human rights, youth homelessness
Wesley Mission comments on youth homelessness.
The courage shown by Middle-East pro-democracy protesters in 2011 has been matched by a failure of world leadership, says Amnesty International.
At the Lismore Regional Mission Food Pantry, a loaf of bread costs only 20c and a can of fruit costs 60c. According to Uniting Church Pastor Colin Scott, a family can shop there and leave with four bags of groceries for about $13.
Ten Asian cities prone to floods, droughts or soaring temperatures are developing a set of key indicators to assess their vulnerability to the effects of climate change and improve urban planning to boost resilience.