Human Rights
    01.02.2023

    Deny legitimacy of Myanmar’s military junta, UN expert urges

    The international community must promptly deny the legitimacy of Myanmar’s military junta, the UN-appointed independent expert on the situation of…
    Culture and Education
    31.01.2023

    Eight trends that will impact children in 2023

    A series of interconnected crises are expected to have a huge impact on children in 2023. A report from the…
    Human Rights
    31.01.2023

    Two years on from Myanmar military coup, UN chief stresses international unity, as arrests, airstrikes continue

    The UN Secretary-General António Guterres on Monday called for Member States to urge the military leadership in Myanmar to respect…
    Peace and Security
    31.01.2023

    Guterres strongly condemns deadly mosque attack in Pakistan

    The UN chief and top officials have strongly condemned the suicide bombing at a mosque in Peshawar, Pakistan on Monday, that…
    Peace and Security
    31.01.2023

    Israel-Palestine: UNICEF warns children are paying ‘the highest price’ as violence escalates

    Alarmed by the recent killing and injury of many children in Israel and Palestine, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) voiced…
    Humanitarian Aid
    31.01.2023

    Afghanistan: Humanitarians await guidelines on women’s role in aid operations

    A UN-led group of humanitarians are hoping that the Taliban will allow Afghan women to again work with non-governmental organizations…
    Health
    30.01.2023

    WHO calls for more action to end ‘cycles of poverty and stigma’ related to tropical diseases

    More countries have worked to eliminate dengue, leprosy and other neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) over the past decade, but greater…
    Peace and Security
    30.01.2023

    ‘A great victory’: Odesa mayor reacts to UNESCO Heritage List inclusion

    In an interview with UN News, Gennady Trukhanov, the Mayor of Odesa, describes the inclusion of the historic city centre…
    Human Rights
    30.01.2023

    Hate Speech: Turning the tide

    Online hate speech might seem like an unstoppable tide, but strategies are being employed by governments, civil society, and individuals,…
    Americas
    30.01.2023

    Mexico: UN report points to torture, cover-ups in probe into disappearance of 43 students

    The United Nations human rights wing said Thursday that it has strong grounds to believe that the investigation into the…
    Americas
    30.01.2023

    UN agency issues refugee protection guidance for thousands of Venezuelans fleeing crisis-torn country

    As deepening economic woes force thousands of Venezuelans to flee the crisis-gripped country, the United Nations on Tuesday issued guidance…
    Americas
    30.01.2023

    Latin America and Caribbean must ‘radically transform’ food habits to combat obesity – UN agency

    A “radical transformation” of food systems and food habits is critical to combat the growing scourge of overweight and obesity…
      01.02.2023

      Deny legitimacy of Myanmar’s military junta, UN expert urges

      31.01.2023

      Eight trends that will impact children in 2023

      31.01.2023

      Two years on from Myanmar military coup, UN chief stresses international unity, as arrests, airstrikes continue

      31.01.2023

      Guterres strongly condemns deadly mosque attack in Pakistan

      31.01.2023

      Israel-Palestine: UNICEF warns children are paying ‘the highest price’ as violence escalates

      31.01.2023

      Afghanistan: Humanitarians await guidelines on women’s role in aid operations

      30.01.2023

      WHO calls for more action to end ‘cycles of poverty and stigma’ related to tropical diseases

      30.01.2023

      ‘A great victory’: Odesa mayor reacts to UNESCO Heritage List inclusion

      30.01.2023

      Hate Speech: Turning the tide

      30.01.2023

      Mexico: UN report points to torture, cover-ups in probe into disappearance of 43 students

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