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Drafting of new Constitution must not undermine peace and reconciliation say UN experts
Press conference by UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet, Geneva, 25 August 2022
UN expert calls for end to impunity, urges armed groups to lay down arms: Central African Republic
UN expert to conduct visit to assess human rights: Central African Republic 27 July
UN reports detail serious violations, some possibly amounting to war crimes and crimes against humanity
High Numbers of Civilian Casualties in Ukraine Raise Concerns that Attacks by Russia are not Complying with International
UN torture prevention body announces visits for 2023
‘Women in Conflicts’: Brussels declaration on actions towards empowering women
Countries urged to adapt strategic framework to address huge unmet needs of skin diseases
UNHCR, States vow to step up support for solutions for those displaced by Central African crises
Unearthing truth: Michael Pollanen on role of forensic pathology in war zones
International Women’s Day celebrates contribution of women and girls as climate solution multipliers
All stakeholders must act to end impunity, says UN expert: Central African Republic
UN expert to conduct visit to assess human rights: Central African Republic
Committee on Elimination of Discrimination against Women Opens Eighty-First Session
Climate crisis in focus as Giorgio Parisi joins FAO’s Nobel Laureates Alliance
Central African authorities must return ex rebel leader to custody, and under jurisdiction of Special Criminal Court, UN expert says
FAO Food Price Index rises in November
Onchocerciasis elimination: achieving NTD road map targets, despite current pandemic challenges
UNHCR: Conflict, violence, climate change drove displacement higher in first half of 2021
Russian Wagner Group harassing and intimidating civilians – UN experts: CAR
UNHCR restarts operation to help return of refugees from Central African Republic
WHO unveils action plan to address findings of Independent Commission on DRC SEA allegations
Tuberculosis deaths rise for first time in more than decade due to Covid pandemic
Human Rights Council Concludes Forty-eighth Regular Session after Adopting 25 Resolutions and One Statement by President
Human Rights Council Extends Mandates on Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Somalia, Cambodia and Libya
Human Rights Council Discusses Situation of Human Rights in Sudan, Somalia and Central African Republic under its Agenda Item
Human Rights Council Discusses Situation of Human Rights in South Sudan
Australia appoints new ambassador to Ethiopia
FAO Food Price Index rises sharply
UNICEF and Microsoft launch improved, scalable technology to protect vulnerable children and women amid rise
COVID-19 could reverse decades of progress toward eliminating preventable child deaths, agencies warn
World Humanitarian Day 2020: A tribute to aid workers on front lines
Global food commodity prices rebound in June
Emerging data suggest COVID-19 is driving up hunger in vulnerable countries
Surveys assess impact of pandemic on conflict
COVID-19: Our hungriest, most vulnerable communities face “a crisis within
Dry weather increases by two list of countries in need of external food assistance
World food prices jump in November
Floods spark disease fear across parts of Africa
WHO aids flood-hit populations across Africa and Eastern Mediterranean Region
FAO report cites 41 countries needing external assistance for food
Wilderness areas halve extinction risk
Call of wild(erness)
20 million children miss out on lifesaving measles, diphtheria and tetanus vaccines in 2018
Environmental destruction in Africa raises questions about family sizes
From Myanmar to Middle East, from Vienna to Nigeria
More than a quarter of a billion children better off today than 20 years ago