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Threats against civil society leaders violate human rights, undermine transition to peace
South Sudan floods wreak havoc on vulnerable communities
Committee on Elimination of Discrimination against Women Opens Eightieth Session
Committed to education: South Sudan alum Khamis Bol passes on everything he knows to youth
On World Food Day, UN calls for strengthened and inclusive local food systems for displaced and host communities
World Food Day: Celebrating efforts to strengthen local food systems for displaced and host communities
Women in low-income countries denied access to COVID vaccines, new research reveals
New stress management course for people living with adversity
Human Rights Council Hears Presentations by High Commissioner on Cambodia, Georgia
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
Transitional Justice Is Key to Unblocking Vicious Circle of Violence that Persists in Democratic Republic of Congo
Australia appoints new ambassador to Ethiopia
News comment by UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi on solutions for millions of forcibly displaced people from Sudan
Statement on Solutions Initiative for 7 million forcibly displaced people
Starvation and hunger-related deaths reality amid worsening food crises, says FAO
Human Rights Council Continues General Debate on Human Rights Situations that Require Council’s Attention
High Commissioner for Human Rights to Human Rights Council
Human Rights Situation in Myanmar Has Deteriorated Significantly and Some Violations May Amount to Crimes against Humanity
Stories of social cohesion: Football Australia celebrates International Migrants Day
Set an extra place at Christmas table this year and feed a hungry child
FAO Food Price Index rises sharply
UNICEF and Microsoft launch improved, scalable technology to protect vulnerable children and women amid rise
New report: on average 25 children killed or injured in conflicts every day for past decade
Global Food Security Cluster turns 10: ending hunger is everyone’s job
Conflict threatens global health security as children miss out on life-saving vaccines: report
UN food agencies warn of rising levels of acute hunger with potential risk of famine in four hotspots
Over 21,000 people killed since UN global ceasefire-resolution
Urgent action needed to avert risk of famine in Burkina Faso, South Sudan and Yemen
World Humanitarian Day 2020: A tribute to aid workers on front lines
COVID-19 crisis calls for collaboration with cultural leaders
New Zealand extends Middle East and Africa peace support deployments
IKEA Foundation contributes $3.5 million to support FAO’s work with refugees and host communities
FAO and Russian Federation sign Contribution Agreement to ramp up fight against desert locusts
Lotterywest COVID-19 Relief Fund supporting communities in need
Regional Arts Fund Community Grant recipients announced
New report identifies 27 countries heading for COVID-19-driven food crises
Mathet wins People’s Choice Award for second time
More than $668,000 supports arts projects in regional Australia
More people could die daily from COVID-19 linked hunger than virus itself
FAO welcomes additional €15 million from European Union to fight Desert Locusts and their impacts on food security
Global food commodity prices rebound in June
Hugh Sheridan launches COVID-19 fundraiser for world’s most vulnerable communities
Forcibly displaced people highest ever, children bear greatest burden: World Vision
This is DyspOra: Sonic Activist
Stories of resilience and hope during Refugee Week
Mixture and Migration Brought Food Production to sub-Saharan Africa
Emerging data suggest COVID-19 is driving up hunger in vulnerable countries