Latest United Nations News

Bravery of Light Horse cavalry charge recognised
Researcher hopes to significantly improve clean water access in Africa
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day
1 billion ‘dryland-like’ hectares under threat, FAO study confirms
G7: FAO puts forward proposals to address current and future food shortages
Statement of Foreign Ministers on increased restrictions on human rights of Afghan women and girls
Woolworths Group partners with Retail Supply Chain Alliance to support horticulture workers
Woolworths Group teams up with Retail Supply Chain Alliance to support horticulture workers
Geospatial data for more targeted agricultural interventions: FAO receives excellence award
WHO and MPP announce agreement with NIH for Covid health technologies
First ever International Day of Plant Health: no food security without healthy plants
World Forestry Congress says sustainable timber production vital for climate goals
Standing With Jewish Community Against Antisemitism
Message from UN humanitarian, refugee, and development chiefs on situation in Syria and region
UNHCR raises alarm over Mozambique’s “invisible” crisis as climate shocks worsen displacement
Statement on Afghanistan, by Ms Sima Bahous, UN Women Executive Director
Newly adopted Seoul Forest Declaration identifies priority action areas
Humanitarian assistance averted food security catastrophe in harsh winter months, but hunger persists
Save Date: Livestream of TMC Year-end Financial Results Press Briefing on May 11
How food choices can help planet
Ukraine: More than 170 civilians evacuated from Azovstal and Mariupol area in third safe passage operation
LuxSE and UN Women join forces to advance gender finance
Digital technologies: key accelerator of agrifood systems transformation and rural development
FAO and World Food Forum Launch Young Scientists Group
FAO Food Price Index eases in April
Making common cause
Hosting UN Climate Summit Could Ease Pacific Tensions: Report
Australian Scientist to head bid to clean up world’s soils
14.9 million excess deaths associated with Covid pandemic in 2020 and 2021
Cameroonian activist wins Wangari Maathai Forest Champions’ Award 2022
University ranked number one in world on climate action
Global Report on Food Crises: acute food insecurity hits new highs
Sustainably managed, working forests, vital for halting deforestation and delivering climate goals
AFPA highlights global opportunities for sustainable forestry jobs at World Forestry Congress in Kor
Saturday Paper Book Review: Keeping Them Honest
Ukraine: New UN Women and CARE report highlights disproportionate impact of war on women and minorities
Ukraine: Civilians leave Azovstal in safe passage operation
Global deforestation slowing but tropical rainforests remain under threat, key FAO report shows
‘CUT CRAP’: Climate Council responds to dodgy climate claims from Liberal-National Party
Ukraine: safe passage operation out of Mariupol is ongoing
Mexico’s new Mobility and Road Safety Law could be game-changer
As World Forestry Congress opens, FAO advocates for vital role of trees and forests
Forests and trees can help us recover from multiple crises, new FAO report says
Victoria University digs deep to help green West
Solutions to land degradation must include an end to population growth
Quadripartite Memorandum of Understanding signed for new era of One Health collaboration
Sustainable Mountains: FAO calls for transformative response to climate threat
Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2022 released