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WHO announces winners at Awards ceremony of 3rd Health for All Film Festival
Nurse is not afraid of challenge
With $4 million in funding, University of Toronto-based program aims to strengthen local taxation
Sahel and Lake Chad Regions: FAO joins global effort to reinforce response to food security crisis
One Health is critical to addressing zoonotic public health threats and environmental issues
National Monument to Migration celebrates 1,281 new names
Australia’s sustainable transport future gets $7.9 million boost
Violence against Children Has Increased Due to Pandemic and Multiple Humanitarian Crises
Human Rights Council Discusses Artificial Intelligence in Context of Rights of Persons with Disabilities and Importance of Farmers’
Human Rights Council Holds Interactive Dialogue with Special Rapporteur on Situation of Human Rights Defenders
Statement of Thirty-first Polio IHR Emergency Committee
Human Rights Council Holds Separate Interactive Dialogues with Independent Expert on Foreign Debt and with Special Rapporteur
Human Rights Council Discusses Situation of Human Rights in Afghanistan and in Tigray Region of Ethiopia
Human Rights Council Discusses Situation of Human Rights in Nicaragua and in Sudan
Human Rights-Centred Multilateralism Needs to be Built and Vaccines Must be Acknowledged as Global Public Goods
Building Back Better toward renewed social contractInvesting in human rights-based recovery from Covid and implementation of 2030 Agenda
Peste des Petits Ruminants: FAO calls for more funding to eradicate disease by 2030
NSW Police welcomes 218 new recruits and honours careers of three distinguished officers
FAO Food Price Index rises in November
Committee against Torture Discusses Follow-up to Concluding Observations, Follow-up to Individual Communications, and Reprisals
Statement of Thirtieth Polio IHR Emergency Committee
Locking up children never answer: time to raise age of criminal responsibility to 14
Police charge man after police shine light on international diamond scam
Study shows how to debunk health misinformation
Human Rights Council to hold special session on Sudan
Compact on Women, Peace and Security and Humanitarian Action signatories urge increased participation and protection for women
University of Toronto doctor of nursing program focused on improving health system
Use of WHO costing and budgeting tool for National Action Plans on Antimicrobial Resistance in Sierra Leone
Corporate influence linked to slow implementation of public health policies globally
Tuberculosis deaths rise for first time in more than decade due to Covid pandemic
Human Rights Council Concludes Forty-eighth Regular Session after Adopting 25 Resolutions and One Statement by President
Human Rights Council Hears Presentations by High Commissioner on Cambodia, Georgia
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
Today’s one-year-olds will live through up to 24 times as many climate-induced extreme weather events
FAO Food Price Index rises sharply
UNICEF and Microsoft launch improved, scalable technology to protect vulnerable children and women amid rise
Conflict threatens global health security as children miss out on life-saving vaccines: report
From town criers to running taps on rickshaws, this Global Handwashing Day WaterAid looks
Building hospitals and hope for African women with obstetric fistula
Refugee women and girls championing fight against human rights violations
An opportunity to kick-start a massive scale-up in investment in mental health
Digital contact tracing alone may not be miracle answer for COVID-19
New report identifies 27 countries heading for COVID-19-driven food crises
Global food commodity prices rebound in June
Repealing waka jumping law on table
WA to provide assistance to Victoria’s COVID-19 response