Latest South Sudan News

Promoting Agritech in South Sudan: UNITAR Alum Kuena James
Response To High Court Decision Re ASF17
Bangladesh: Extreme heat closes all schools and forces 33 million children out of classrooms
Anzac Reflection During Deployment
Global Report on Food Crises: Acute hunger remains persistently high in 59 countries with 1 in 5 people assessed in need of…
International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement urges support for conflict victims: “We cannot let Sudan become another forgotten crisis”
Statement following the Thirty-eighth Meeting of the IHR Emergency Committee for Polio
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
Government rushing through bill to crack down on ‘uncooperative’ non-citizens it is trying to remove
Boosting Mental Health Support For Diverse Communities 8 March
New Era For Australia Vietnam Relations
Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Opens Thirtieth Session
Human Right Committee Opens One Hundred and Fortieth Session in Geneva
UN report highlights risk of more and gross human rights violations if South Sudan’s conflict drivers remain unaddressed
Inclusion of noncommunicable disease care in response to humanitarian emergencies will help save more lives
Human Rights must guide the completion of South Sudan’s transition – UN experts
Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Opens Seventy-Fifth Session
Global Environment Facility approves new FAO-led projects and programs benefiting 46 countries
Security Council Sanctions Committee Concerning South Sudan Convenes Briefing to Member States in Connection with Expert Panel Interim Report
The Sudan: Escalating conflict and persistent economic decline deepen food security crisis
Security Council Press Statement on Violence in South Sudan and Abyei
FAO requires $1.8 billion to save lives and livelihoods of 43 million people in 2024
The Green Climate Fund, the Global Partnership for Education and Save the Children launch the world’s largest investment for green schools at COP28
Press Conference by Security Council President on Programme of Work for December
COP28: Director-General QU Dongyu launches new FAO report on loss and damage highlighting need for innovative solutions
Security Council Sanctions Committee concerning South Sudan Discusses Interim Report of Panel of Experts
A year after Pakistan’s floods, 44% of children have stunted growth. What can be done about it?
Cookbook connects Tasmanian women from around world
WHO Costing and Budgeting Tool for National Action Plans on Antimicrobial Resistance: Catalysing collaboration in South Sudan
Freedom-of-entry parade marks 75 years
Unanimously Adopting Resolution 2708 (2023), Security Council Extends Mandate of United Nations Interim Security Force for Abyei
Monash awarded grant to increase participation of women in UN peace operations by supporting personnel with caring responsibilities
Security Council Sanctions Committee Concerning South Sudan Receives Briefing on Behalf of Emergency Relief Coordinator in Pursuance of Resolution 2664 (2022)
Anga Whakamua | Shaping our Futures President’s Speech
Save the Children reunites 7,000th child separated from family by conflict in South Sudan
Security Council Sanctions Committee Concerning South Sudan Meets Special Representative of Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict
Gender trailblazers around Australia unite this International Day of the Girl to help ‘beat the clock’ on equality
New Annual wraps up with weekend of free festival fun
High flying start as festival of art and culture swings into action in Newcastle 
Security Council Sanctions Committee Concerning South Sudan Meets with Panel of Experts
UNHCR, WHO warn of deteriorating health conditions as 1,200 children die of suspected measles, malnutrition in Sudan
Sudan’s Worsening Violence, Humanitarian Crisis Could Foreshadow Civil War, Senior Officials Warn Security Council, Calling for Urgent Action to End Conflict
Peacekeeping Missions Stand as ‘Important Deterrent to an even Grimmer Reality’, Senior United Nations Official Underlines in Briefing to Security Council
UNITAR and UNDRR Launched the E-learning Course: Checklist on Scaling Up Disaster Risk Reduction in Humanitarian Action
Time-out on traditional sport as Australians embrace informal sports participation
Press Conference by Security Council President on Programme of Work for September