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Inclusion of noncommunicable disease care in response to humanitarian emergencies will help save more lives
Horrific violations and abuses as fighting spreads – report: Sudan
Human Rights must guide the completion of South Sudan’s transition – UN experts
As Mounting Climate Chaos, Food Crisis Undermine International Peace, Secretary-General Tell Security Council It Must ‘Act Now’ to Resolve Conflicts, Protect People
Gaza: Every day, more and more people are on the brink of famine-like conditions
Security Council Sanctions Committee Concerning South Sudan Convenes Briefing to Member States in Connection with Expert Panel Interim Report
Man in Victoria charged with visa breach 9 February
UN HUMAN RIGHTS EXPERTS TO MAKE 12TH VISIT TO SOUTH SUDAN
25 million people in dire humanitarian need, say UN experts: Sudan
Man in Victoria charged alleged visa breach and committing offences whilst on bail
Police charge man over visa breach 26 January
Police charge man over visa breach 15 January
Visit To Jordan, Israel, the Occupied Palestinian Territories and the United Arab Emirates
Daily death rate in Gaza higher than any other major 21st Century conflict – Oxfam
Press Conference by Security Council President on Programme of Work for January
SUDAN: Humanitarian response crippled as Wad Madani – an aid hub and home to 700,000 people – is overtaken
Nearly 30,000 babies will be born in Sudan over next three months with no medical assistance – Save the Children
Hong Kong plummets to 46th spot in latest Human Freedom ranking as China continues to violate “one country, two systems” pact
Enhanced support for refugees globally
Coups, Violence, Climate Change among Factors Destabilizing Central Africa, Delegates Underline in Security Council
The Sudan: Escalating conflict and persistent economic decline deepen food security crisis
Security Council Press Statement on Violence in South Sudan and Abyei
Interfaith dinner serves empathy and understanding
FAO requires $1.8 billion to save lives and livelihoods of 43 million people in 2024
Man in Victoria charged over theft and visa breach
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
Sudan: Brutal, targeted attacks on civilians must stop
A year after Pakistan’s floods, 44% of children have stunted growth. What can be done about it?
Sudan: FAO reaches one million farming households since the outbreak of conflict
Freedom-of-entry parade marks 75 years
Unanimously Adopting Resolution 2708 (2023), Security Council Extends Mandate of United Nations Interim Security Force for Abyei
Carinity and Neighbours Van driving support for island residents
Conflict pollution, washed-up landmines and military emissions – here’s how war trashes the environment
Security Council Sanctions Committee concerning Sudan Receives Briefing on Behalf of Emergency Relief Coordinator in Pursuance of Resolution 2664 (2022) 
Renewed Strategic Plan Bears Fruit for International Criminal Court, Chief Prosecutor Says, Briefing Security Council on Work in Libya
Monash awarded grant to increase participation of women in UN peace operations by supporting personnel with caring responsibilities
Greens support legal action for transparency on Australian military exports to Israel
Transitioning from BU-LABNET to Skin NTD LABNET
Press Conference by Security Council President on Programme of Work for November
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
Secretary-General Tells Security Council Open Debate ‘Standing with Women Is Good for the World’, Stresses Patriarchy ‘a Massive Obstacle’ to Culture of Peace
Security Council: Women and Peace and Security
Women are increasingly at-risk in conflict and underrepresented in peace processes, according to a UN report
Save the Children reunites 7,000th child separated from family by conflict in South Sudan