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Improving crisis communication for multilingual communities
Improving Multilingual Crisis Communication
Conflict in North Kivu, DRC: over a hundred thousand people living in disastrous conditions without clean water
New Australian citizens welcomed at first ceremony for 2024
UN expert to visit for human rights assessment: Central African Republic
DRC: At least 78,000 children displaced and families ripped apart as fighting escalates
Digital payments to health workers boost retention, motivation, and impact
UN Child Rights Committee publishes findings on Bulgaria, Congo, Lithuania, Russian Federation, Senegal and South Africa
Committee on the Rights of the Child Closes Ninety-Fifth Session after Adopting Concluding Observations on the Reports of the Republic of the…
Committee on the Rights of the Child Holds Fifteenth Informal Meeting with States
Tobacco use declines despite tobacco industry efforts to jeopardize progress
Group of Experts Makes Recommendation regarding Minerals Originating from Rubaya, North Kivu
Search for missing swimmer concludes – South Coast
Police search for missing swimmer – South Coast
Statement following the Thirty-seventh Meeting of the IHR Emergency Committee for Polio
Security Council Sanctions Committee concerning Democratic Republic of Congo Discusses Midterm Report of Group of Experts
Half a million net migration shows Government totally lost control
Coups, Violence, Climate Change among Factors Destabilizing Central Africa, Delegates Underline in Security Council
Save the Children: Hunger named as the most concerning issue facing children in 2023
COP28: FAO marks International Mountain Day 2023 with focus on restoring ecosystems
Daily Press Briefing by the Office of the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General
FAO Director-General showcases OCOP Initiative as powerful catalyst for change
Fossil CO₂ emissions hit record high yet again in 2023
Press Conference by Security Council President on Programme of Work for December
Cookbook connects Tasmanian women from around world
Global partners cheer progress towards eliminating cervical cancer and underline challenges
Global measles threat continues to grow as another year passes with millions of children unvaccinated
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
Security Council Elects Five Judges to International Court of Justice after Five Rounds of Voting
Author and anti-slavery activist to speak on cobalt mining in the Congo
WHO, UNICEF, and Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance pass the mid-point of the global 10-year strategy to eliminate yellow fever epidemics
Monash awarded grant to increase participation of women in UN peace operations by supporting personnel with caring responsibilities
Transitioning from BU-LABNET to Skin NTD LABNET
United Nations Refugee Chief, Briefing Security Council, Appeals for Ceasefire to Halt ‘Spiral of Death’ as Humanitarian Crisis Grips Gaza
Security Council 1533 Committee Receives Briefing on Behalf of Emergency Relief Coordinator in Pursuance of Resolution 2664 (2022)
Security Council 1533 Sanctions Committee Adds Two Entries to Its Sanctions List
Security Council: Peace through Dialogue
Cobalt-free battery for cleaner, greener power
Security Council 1533 Committee Meets Special Representative of Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict
Armed Groups, Hate Speech, Lack of Dialogue in Great Lakes Region Cannot Go Ignored, Special Envoy Tells Security Council
Security Council, in Presidential Statement on Democratic Republic of Congo, Signals Readiness to Decide ‘Orderly’ MONUSCO Withdrawal by End of 2023
Speakers in Security Council Call for Expanding United Nations-African Union Partnership to Tackle Rising Violence, Humanitarian Crises across Africa
Immediate action is needed to get Africa on track with global goals
Correction of claims within Michael West Media article ‘Secret Forest: Australia rivals the Congo on deforestation, blocks media access to world scientists’
Almost a quarter of the population in the Democratic Republic of the Congo continue to face acute food insecurity as humanitarian needs…
UNITAR celebrates 60 years of enabling positive change
New analysis confirms world seeing an upsurge of cholera