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Pacific Partnership makes difference
One year under Taliban rule, girls are more isolated, hungry, sad: new report
New High Commissioner to Kiribati appointed
UN expert gravely concerned by deterioration of security and human rights situation: Mali
Haiti: Hunger, economic crisis stall recovery year after devastating earthquake
‘Meticulously constructed policies of inequality’ – Afghanistan one year
Afghanistan: 113,500 newborn Afghan babies, but how will they survive?
UN human rights experts warn of bleak future without massive turnaround: Afghanistan
Year since fall of Kabul, Afghan people face starvation and desperation
Shah Rukh Khan Scholarship returns
Hove public housing site reactivated
UN experts sound alarm on situation of children with disabilities: Ukraine
Bachelet alarmed by number of Palestinian children killed in latest escalation, urges accountability
One million people displaced by drought in Somalia
Israel and Occupied Territories – Political solutions needed to halt cycles of violence
Save Children statement on violence in Gaza and Israel
FAO scales up procurement of fertilizers thanks to $10 million loan from UN Central Emergency Response Fund
Red Cross proposes changes to consolidate long-term sustainability
UN expert calls for end to impunity, urges armed groups to lay down arms: Central African Republic
Somalia: “We cannot wait for famine to be declared; we must act now”
Call out opportunity for Reservist
Statement to ASEAN-Australia Ministerial meeting
Yemen: Last week of truce sees highest weekly number of child casualties in 2 years
Statement on anniversary of revocation of Article 370; Jammu and Kashmir
Ukrainian President urges students to fight disinformation
Members of Human Rights Body Conclude First Mission to Ethiopia
Criminalisation and harassment of human rights defenders in Masafer Yatta must end, say UN experts
UN experts demand release of woman detainee
Funding shortfall forces UNHCR to cut vital programmes in DR Congo
Save Children Australia’s local services to become known as 54 reasons
Families in Myanmar lose more than half their income in year of conflict, says Save Children
Ensuring readiness for high-risk weather
Australia for UNHCR welcomes new CEO
NSW government extends employment support program for refugees
Sanctions on Russian armed forces and weapons manufacturers
Canberra’s crew get acquainted with landing craft
Defending with Pride – Minister’s speech
Hunger timebomb – and how Australia can prevent millions of child deaths
Statement on occasion of World Breastfeeding Week 1 August
UN experts denounce arbitrary shutdown of civil society organisations: Nicaragua
Crises drive increase in human trafficking – Here’s how we stop it
World must strengthen prevention and accountability: Trafficking in persons in conflict situations
Durable solutions required for Syrian refugees in Jordan as Za’atari camp turns 10
Children and families forced to return to war-torn hometowns in Ukraine amid new wave of displacement, World Vision warns
First Humanitarian Impact Bond successfully brings physical rehabilitation services to conflict-affected communities
LA Lakers’ Wenyen Gabriel visits homeland of South Sudan with UNHCR, to ‘speak up for refugees and displaced people everywhere’
UN expert praises generosity towards Ukrainian refugees by Poland and urges Belarus and Poland to end pushbacks
YEMEN: One child killed and eleven injured in shelling on playspace in Taiz