Latest Kyrgyzstan News

‘We do not want to be like Russia’: a first-hand account of Georgia’s fight for democracy
FAO’s environment and climate monitoring portal Earth Map receives Google impact award
Trust the process: Mark Jackson hails Mariners’ togetherness after shaky start
UN experts group to review 586 cases from 30 countries: Enforced disappearance
Slovakia’s human rights record to be examined by Universal Periodic Review
Human Rights Council Adopts Five Resolutions, including a Text Calling for an Immediate Ceasefire in Gaza, Urging States to Prevent the Continued…
New law risks undermining work of NGOs: Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan’s new “foreign representatives” law risks undermining work of NGOs
Human Rights Council Adopts Seven Resolutions, Extends Mandates on the Human Rights of Persons with Albinism, Iran and Myanmar
Human Rights Council Adopts 14 Texts, Extends Mandates on South Sudan, a Clean Environment, the Right to Privacy, and on Cultural Rights
Human Rights Committee Adopts Annual Report
Exploring Genetic Diversity Of New Almond Accessions
Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Concludes Seventy-Fifth Session after Adopting Concluding Observations on Reports of Indonesia, Iraq, Ireland, Mauritania, Romania and Sweden
Rising trend of violating freedom of expression and political rights, UN Human Rights Committee finds
Global Environment Facility approves new FAO-led projects and programs benefiting 46 countries
Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women Opens Eighty-Seventh Session in Geneva
COP28: FAO marks International Mountain Day 2023 with focus on restoring ecosystems
COP28: Resilient and healthy mountain systems are key to climate change adaptation and mitigation
Cookbook connects Tasmanian women from around world
What is LockBit, the cybercrime gang hacking some of the world’s largest organisations?
Ban smoking and vaping in school to protect young people
Why do some politicians cling to power after electoral defeat?
Committee against Torture Adopts Reports on Follow-up to Concluding Observations, Individual Communications and Reprisals
Human Rights Council Adopts Resolution on Cooperation With and Assistance To Ukraine, Adopts Session Report Ad Referendum, and Concludes Fifty-Third Regular Session
Human Rights Council Adopts Five Resolutions, Including on the Implementation of Resolution 31/36 and on the Human Rights of Rohingya Muslims and…
Human Rights Council Adopts Three Resolutions on Technical Assistance in Colombia, on Child, Early and Forced Marriage, and on the Human Rights of Migrants
Human Rights Council Adopts 10 Resolutions, Extends Mandates on the Independence of Judges and Lawyers, Persons with Disabilities and Belarus
Human Rights Council Condemns and Strongly Rejects Any Manifestation of Religious Hatred, Including Recent Public Acts of Desecration of the Holy Quran
High Commissioner for Human Rights Notes Improvements in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and Calls for Upcoming National Electoral Processes to be…
Statement by Paulo Pinheiro, Chair of the Independent International Commission of Inquiry on the Syrian Arab Republic
High Commissioner for Human Rights Calls on States and the Council to Pledge to Take Concrete and Transformative Action to Tackle Gender-based…
Small Island Developing States, Least Developed Countries and Landlocked Developing Countries issue call for action to accelerate agrifood systems transformation and collectively build resilience
Working Group on Discrimination against Women and Girls Calls for a Feminist Human Rights-Based Economy to Tackle the Disproportionate Representation of Women…
Human Rights Council Asks Designated Expert of the High Commissioner on Human Rights in Sudan to Document All Allegations of Human Rights…
Committee against Torture Discusses Reports on Follow-up to Concluding Observations, Individual Communications, and Reprisals
Human Rights Council to Hold Special Session on Sudan on 11 May
Human Rights Council to Hold Special Session on Sudan on 11 May
Mali’s human rights record to be examined by Universal Periodic Review
Tourism holds potential to benefit mountain ecosystems and communities
Human Rights Council Adopts Eight Resolutions, Extends Mandates on Sale and Sexual Exploitation of Children, Iran, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Belarus, and Syria
ACSC Ransomware Profile – Lockbit 3.0
New UN report focuses on food security and nutrition in Europe and Central Asia, points way towards more affordable and sustainable diets
It May be Time to Reinforce Universal Access to the Internet as a Human Right, Not Just a Privilege, High Commissioner tells…
Human Rights Council Continues High-Level Segment, Hearing from the Prime Minister of Vanuatu and Dignitaries from 21 States
The UN must amplify young people’s voices and advance their rights, says High Commissioner Türk
Women Literally Being Erased from Public Life in Afghanistan, Speaker Tells Security Council, Sounding Alarm over Country’s Dire Situation
Around the world: 16 Days of Activism
International Mountain Day 2022: FAO aims spotlight on gender equality