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Variability In Human Body Vocabularies
Dead & Company concert funds $800K for new climate solutions
World Water Day 2024: bridging divides through water cooperation
Population growth rate figures even more shocking than last quarter
UN experts urge respect of fundamental freedoms ahead of elections: Senegal
Focus on cyber operations that cause physical damage is not enough
World’s first global technical advisory group on motorcycle safety convened by WHO
Experts of the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Commend Mauritania for Linking the Minimum Wage to Collective Bargaining, Ask about…
Concern around suspended election: Senegal
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…
Kalidou Koulibaly: Senegal footballer signs up to defend the most vulnerable in armed conflicts
UN Women Executive Board to convene first regular session of 2024
Stop spread of weeds this Christmas season
COP28: FAO Director-General highlights the role of finance and science in agrifood systems for transformation and prosperity in Africa
COP28: Global agrifood systems are the climate solution, FAO Director-General tells world leaders
UN Women calls for bold investments to end violence against women in light of new report showing prevention is severely underfunded
Why agrifood systems must be at the core of climate action: a COP28 preview with FAO climate expert
New grant to strengthen and diversify humanitarian leadership in crises
The Global Onchocerciasis Network for Elimination (GONE): working together to see onchocerciasis GONE
Green Climate Fund confirms FAO’s role in supporting countries’ access to climate action resources
Australia joins international partnership for drought
Rome Water Dialogue 2023 seeks solutions and synergies and brings practical contributions
Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination Opens One Hundred and Tenth Session
UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination to review Italy, Croatia, Uruguay, Namibia, Senegal and Turkmenistan
Human Rights Committee Adopts Report on Follow-Up to Concluding Observations on Mexico, Niger, Portugal and Senegal
Director-General urges all FAO Members to reduce drivers of migration
FAO launches Action Plan for ambitious climate strategy
Senegal – protests and communications clampdown
Sierra Leone, FAO and Viet Nam sign new agreement to develop the rice sector in the African country
Scientists in Tahiti prepare to release sterilized mosquitoes to control dengue
Research Reveals Longstanding Cultural Continuity at Oldest Occupied Site in West Africa
Burundi’s human rights record to be examined by Universal Periodic Review
Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination Closes One Hundred and Ninth Session
‘Dakar Declaration’ to strengthen data on road crash deaths in Africa
Freshwater turtles found basking in moonlight
Tunisia must immediately stop hate speech and violence against migrants from south of Sahara, UN Committee issues early warning
In Dialogue with Morocco, Experts of the Committee on Migrant Workers Commend Migration Policy Development, Raise Issues Concerning Children of Migrants and…
African, Caribbean and Pacific countries ready to show the true potential of their fisheries and aquaculture sectors
Candidates for post of FAO Director-General announced
The UN must amplify young people’s voices and advance their rights, says High Commissioner Türk
Security Council Press Statement on Attack against United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali
Peru’s human rights record to be examined by Universal Periodic Review
33 referees, 55 assistant referees and 19 video match officials appointed for FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™
2022 REVIEW: 10 positive outcomes for children this year
Microsoft, Viasat Partner to Bring Internet Access to Unserved Areas Globally
Unitaid-sponsored programs progress toward 90% treatment target for women with precancerous lesions
UN warns of worsening conflict and displacement in Sahel without immediate climate action