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WHO Member States agree to share outcomes of historic IHR, pandemic agreement processes to World Health Assembly
Largest number of regulatory agencies for medical products approved as WHO Listed Authorities
Ground-breaking progress made in Member State negotiations on amendments to the International Health Regulations (IHR)
UN Committee against Torture publishes findings on Austria, Azerbaijan, Finland, Honduras, Liechtenstein, and North Macedonia
Governments near agreement on package of amendments to the International Health Regulations (2005)
In Dialogue with Austria, Experts of the Committee against Torture Welcome the Establishment of the Police Complaints Office, Ask about High Solitary…
Committee against Torture Opens Seventy-Ninth Session in Geneva and Re-Elects Claude Heller as its Chairperson
UN Committee against Torture to review Austria, Honduras, Azerbaijan, Liechtenstein, North Macedonia and Finland
UN expert: Advocating for human rights boosts resource availability and upholds fiscal legitimacy
Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Opens Thirtieth Session
Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women Opens Eighty-Seventh Session in Geneva
Collective engagement to implement the Crypto-Asset Reporting Framework
Governments make progress towards agreeing amendments to the International Health Regulations (2005)
Governments hold fourth round of discussions on proposed amendments to International Health Regulations (2005)
Human Rights Council Condemns and Strongly Rejects Any Manifestation of Religious Hatred, Including Recent Public Acts of Desecration of the Holy Quran
Human Rights Council Hears Call on Iran to Stop the Execution of People Sentenced to Death in Connection with the Protests, and…
Human Rights Council Holds Interactive Dialogue on the Prevention of Genocide and Starts Dialogue on the Situation of Human Rights in Belarus
the Environment is Dying and the Right to Food is Comprehensively Threatened by Climate Change – the World Demands Action Now: High…
Human Rights Council Discusses Report on Trafficking in Persons and the Intersections with Refugee Protection, Internal Displacement and Statelessness
Human Rights Council Holds Interactive Dialogue on Extrajudicial, Summary or Arbitrary Executions, Concludes Dialogue on the Human Rights of Migrants
Progress on financial regulations must serve human rights too, says UN expert: Liechtenstein
the Right to Freedom of Opinion and Expression is a Catalyst and Ingredient of Sustainable Development: Special Rapporteur to the Human Rights Council
Human Rights Council Hears of a Worsening Human Rights Landscape in Iran, a Steady Deterioration of the Human Rights Situation in Nicaragua,…
Human Rights Council Holds Interactive Dialogue on the Annual Report of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Hearing Speakers Raise Concerns about…
the Reckless, Senseless Conflict in Sudan Has Resulted in a Human Rights and Humanitarian Crisis that Is Unfolding at an Alarming Rate…
Human Rights Council Opens Fifty-Third Session, Hears Presentation of the Annual Report of the High Commissioner for Human Rights and Holds Dialogue…
UN expert on debt and human rights to visit Liechtenstein
Meta just copped a A$1.9bn fine for keeping EU data in the US. But why should users care where data are stored?
High Commissioner for Human Rights Strongly Condemns Wanton Violence in Sudan as Human Rights Council Opens Special Session on the Human Rights…
Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women Opens Eighty-Fifth Session in Geneva
Human Rights Council to Hold Special Session on Sudan on 11 May
Human Rights Council to Hold Special Session on Sudan on 11 May
Liechtenstein’s human rights record to be examined by Universal Periodic Review
Universal Periodic Review Working Group to examine human rights records of 14 States at its forty-third session from 1 to 12 May 2023
Governments hold second round of detailed discussions on proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations (2005)
WHO’s trans fat elimination validation program is now open for country applications
Human Rights Council Hears that the Security Situation in Mali is Very Concerning, and that Severe Violations of Human Rights Have Become…
Human Rights Council Hears that Some of the Human Rights Violations Documented in Belarus Could Amount to Crimes against Humanity, and that…
Human Rights Council Hears that the Gravity and Scale of Violations Committed in Ethiopia Must Not be Forgotten, and that Venezuela Continues…
Human Rights Council Hears that Attacks on Civilians in Syria Could Amount to War Crimes, and that it is Important to Coordinate…
Human Rights Council Hears Call to End Impunity and Achieve Accountability in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, and that Many Violations…
Women in power in 2023: New data shows progress but wide regional gaps
Human Rights Council Hears that the Human Rights Situation in Eritrea Remains Dire and Shows No Sign of Improvement, and that the…
Human Rights Council Discusses Situation of Human Rights in Sudan and in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem
Human Rights Council Hears from 28 Dignitaries as it Continues its High-Level Segment
Adding ‘decoy option’ may give extra boost to crowdfunding
Iran Must Stop Violence against Peaceful Protesters, Release All those Arrested, and Impose Moratorium on Death Penalty
Australia appoints new ambassador to Switzerland