Latest Burundi News

World Population Day: a population may survive but not thrive if it grows rapidly
A population may survive but not thrive if it grows rapidly
UN torture prevention body announces visits for 2025 and adopts General Comment
Human Rights Council to Hold its Fifty-Sixth Regular Session from 18 June to 12 July 2024
Burundi-born Man Charged With Visa Breach 25 May
Shipment of newest malaria vaccine, R21, to Central African Republic marks latest milestone for child survival
Burundi-born Man Charged With Visa Breach
Afghanistan’s human rights record to be examined by Universal Periodic Review
UNITAR holds panel discussion to advance capacities for the New Agenda for Peace
“Keep hope alive,” UN expert urges international community to step up support: Burundi
World Safety Congress to collaborate on managing future workplace risks
Message by the Director of the Department of Immunization, Vaccines and Biologicals at WHO – October 2023
Carinity and Neighbours Van driving support for island residents
United Nations Refugee Chief, Briefing Security Council, Appeals for Ceasefire to Halt ‘Spiral of Death’ as Humanitarian Crisis Grips Gaza
Security Council: Peace through Dialogue
Armed Groups, Hate Speech, Lack of Dialogue in Great Lakes Region Cannot Go Ignored, Special Envoy Tells Security Council
New project empowers migrant women to launch businesses
Leading musician and guitar innovator returns home for Logan’s biggest multicultural festival
Call for Applications: Developing Essential Digital Skills for Women and Youth in Africa
Message by the Director of the Department of Immunization, Vaccines and Biologicals at WHO – July 2023
Committee against Torture Concludes Seventy-Seventh Session after Adopting Concluding Observations on Reports of New Zealand, Romania, Spain and Switzerland
Human Rights Committee Concludes One Hundred and Thirty-Eighth Session after Adopting Concluding Observations on Reports of Brazil, Burundi, Colombia, Cyprus, Lesotho, State…
UN Human Rights Committee publishes findings on Brazil, Burundi, Colombia, Cyprus, Lesotho, State of Palestine and Uganda
Human Rights Committee Adopts Report on Follow-Up to Concluding Observations on Mexico, Niger, Portugal and Senegal
China turnaround drives record export result
18 million doses of first-ever malaria vaccine allocated to 12 African countries for 2023-2025: Gavi, WHO and UNICEF
UN Human Rights Committee regrets Burundi’s withdrawal from public dialogue
Human Rights Committee Reviews the Human Rights Situation in Burundi in the Absence of a Delegation
UN torture prevention body announces visits for 2024
In Dialogue with Cyprus, Experts of the Human Rights Committee Commend Efforts on Gender Equality, Raise Issues Concerning Unsafe Migration and Turkish…
Supporting vaccinations and strengthening health systems in 16 African countries
Human Right Committee Opens One Hundred and Thirty-Eighth Session
African Union-Led Peace Support Operations Need Predictable, Adequate, Sustainable Support, Speakers Stress to Security Council
UN expert calls for national reconciliation and revival of Arusha agreement: Burundi
UN expert on the situation of human rights in Burundi to visit Belgium
Burundi’s human rights record to be examined by Universal Periodic Review
Nine New Citizens Welcomed to Goulburn
Universal Periodic Review Working Group to examine human rights records of 14 States at its forty-third session from 1 to 12 May 2023
Meat, eggs and milk essential source of nutrients especially for most vulnerable groups, new FAO report says
Global Community Must Bolster Efforts to Decrease Tensions in Great Lakes Region, Special Envoy Tells Security Council, Highlighting Role of Regional Peace Plans
Committee against Torture Opens Seventy-Sixth Session in Geneva
UN Human Rights Chief designates William O’Neill as expert on human rights in Haiti
Security Council Adopts Presidential Statement on Visiting Mission to Democratic Republic of Congo, Affirms Commitment to African-Led Initiatives Tackling Crises
Human Rights Committee Concludes One Hundred and Thirty-Seventh Session, Adopts Annual Report and Concluding Observations on Reports of Egypt, Panama, Peru, Sri…
Human Rights Council Concludes General Debate on Human Rights Situations that Require the Council’s Attention
Burundi – crackdown on civil society
As security worsens in DR Congo, UNHCR and partners seek US$605 million to assist Congolese refugees across Africa
UNHCR’s Grandi lauds progress in Burundian refugee returns, urges more support