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Statement of Thirty-second Polio IHR Emergency Committee
Sahel: food crisis fueled by conflict is set to worsen during lean period
CWP Global thinks big for Australia’s hydrogen revolution
UN Refugee Agency appeals for urgent action amid soaring deaths at sea
Jordan’s Princess Basma bint Ali named FAO Goodwill Ambassador for Near East and North Africa
Wild Dozen: Prized as ingredients, vulnerable wild plants face surging demand
Sahel and Lake Chad Regions: FAO joins global effort to reinforce response to food security crisis
Deserts ‘breathe’ water vapor, study shows
Pastoralism: Supporting livelihoods, building peace
Statement of Thirty-first Polio IHR Emergency Committee
Human Rights Council Discusses Situation of Human Rights in Nicaragua and in Sudan
High Commissioner for Human Rights notes significant increase in violence in Occupied Palestinian Territory
Introduction to Digital Health and Digital Entrepreneurship in Sahel Region
Human Rights Council Opens Forty-Ninth Session, Decides to Hold an Urgent Debate on Situation in Ukraine
Broad Overview of 36th FAO Regional Conference for Near East and North Africa
Near East and North Africa endorse FAO’s strategic priorities on transforming agrifood systems
Peste des Petits Ruminants: FAO calls for more funding to eradicate disease by 2030
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet concludes her official visit to Niger
FAO Food Price Index rises in November
Statement of Thirtieth Polio IHR Emergency Committee
When conflict and climate change collide – ICRC warning ahead of COP26
Committee on Elimination of Discrimination against Women Opens Eightieth Session
Human Rights Council Extends Mandates on Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Somalia, Cambodia and Libya
Human Rights Council appoints Special Rapporteur on protection of human rights
Human Rights Council adopts four resolutions on right to development, human rights and indigenous peoples
Human Rights Council adopts four resolutions on child early and forced marriage, negative legacies of colonialism
Greenpeace intercepts fish oil tanker as dramatic industry expansion threatens livelihoods
Human Rights Council Appoints for One Year Special Rapporteur on Situation of Human Rights in Afghanistan
UNHCR recommends cessation of refugee status for Ivorians
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
Special Rapporteur on Contemporary Forms of Racism Calls for Moratorium on Use of Surveillance Technology
Human Rights Council holds general debates on Universal Periodic Review and on human rights situation
Human Rights Council adopts Universal Periodic Review outcomes of Seychelles, Latvia, Singapore and Sierra Leone
Human Rights Council adopts outcomes of Universal Periodic Review of Denmark, Somalia, Palau and Solomon Islands
Human Rights Council adopts Universal Periodic Review outcomes of Namibia, Niger and Mozambique
Human Rights Council Has Given Disturbing Diagnosis of Human Rights Violations Occurring
Young People Must Be Protagonists in Developing Policies and Programmes that Affect Them
Magnitude and Scope of Inequalities Created and Exacerbated by Covid Is Truly Shocking, High Commissioner Tells Human Rights Council
Indigenous Peoples Have Been Disproportionately Affected by Covid – Senior UN Official Tells Human Rights Council
Committee on Enforced Disappearances closes twenty-first session after adopting concluding observations on Brazil, Panama
Human Rights Situation in Myanmar Has Deteriorated Significantly and Some Violations May Amount to Crimes against Humanity
High-level roundtable calls for strengthened collaboration in Near East and North Africa
Global food commodity prices rebound in June
Thirty countries will benefit as Global Environment Facility funds FAO-led projects
Dry weather increases by two list of countries in need of external food assistance
Africa: Urgent action needed to mobilise domestic resources as tax revenues plateau
New Oxfam safeguarding director says organisation primed to capitalise on official recommendations to make deeper improvements