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Impact and Consequences of the Current Situation in the Gaza Strip/Palestine in All Aspects of UNESCO’s mandate (“Yemen/Arab Group Gaza Resolution”)
Security Council Briefed on Work of 2140 Sanctions Committee concerning Yemen
Press Conference by Security Council President on Programme of Work for November
Urgent plea to avert unprecedented humanitarian crisis amid looming Israeli land incursion into Gaza
Bioeconomy is a catalyst for agrifood systems transformation to greater sustainability
Security Council Press Statement on Yemen
Top donor Germany signs major contribution to WHO for health emergencies; signs host agreement for WHO pandemic hub
Security Council 2140 Committee Considers Midterm Update of Panel of Experts
Press Conference by Security Council President on Programme of Work for September
Security Council: Yemen 17 August
Security Council: Open debate on famine and conflict-induced food insecurity
Press Conference by Security Council President on Programme of Work for August
Leadership Dialogue on Food Systems for People’s Nutrition and Health
Security Council 2140 Committee Receives Briefing by Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Children and Armed Conflict
Security Council: Ukraine 22 July
Security Council: Yemen 11 July
UN experts call for release of disappeared Bahá’ís: Yemen
Security Council 2140 Committee Discusses Work Programme of Panel of Experts
Save the Children welcomes new Australian Government funding for hunger crisis
Humanitarian assistance to Middle East and Africa
Famine relief will help world’s most vulnerable
Conflict and economic crisis drive food insecurity and malnutrition in Yemen
ICRC President: “Avoiding the use of explosive weapons in populated areas will significantly decrease civilian suffering”
Noting Civilians Have Suffered Deadly Effects of Armed Conflict for Too Long, Secretary-General Tells Security Council We Must ‘Promise to Protect Them’
ICRC President Mirjana Spoljaric: “The protection of civilians is a pre-condition of stability, peace, and recovery”
Despite Ongoing Challenges, Parties to Yemen Conflict Showing Willingness to Make Progress on Ceasefire, Political Talks, Top Official Tells Security Council
Security Council 2140 Committee Discusses Work Programme of Panel of Experts
BUDGET: Measures to tackle disadvantage welcome, but more targeted support for children needed
SSI Allianz scholarship supports 34 refugees to overcome barriers to education in digital world
65 million more people pushed to extreme hunger since last year is “a stain on our collective humanity,” says Oxfam
Press Conference by Security Council President on Programme of Work for May
Multilateral Cooperation ‘Beating Heart’ of United Nations, Secretary-General Tells Security Council, Urging All Member States to Recommit to Charter
Security Council: Yemen 18 April
Yemen & Saudi Arabia: Families reunited as more than 970 conflict-related detainees released in two operations over four days
Nearly 900 detainees from the Yemen conflict to return home on ICRC flights
SA sets record export high as growth outstrips neighbours
Security Council Press Statement on Yemen
Press Conference by Security Council President on Programme of Work for April
Donors Should Stay Engaged to Support People Living in Estranged States, New Research Concludes
Subway Joeys start preparations for AFC U-17 Asian Cup 2023 following draw
2050 West Asian E-waste Outlook
Measles has been identified in NSW, Qld and SA. 5 things to know about the virus
Security Council: Yemen
Digital rights are women’s rights
UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights issues findings on Cambodia, China, Lithuania, Panama, Portugal and Yemen
Yemen’s most vulnerable left behind as less than a third of $4.3 billion raised to avert humanitarian catastrophe 
Experts of the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Praise Portugal’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Ask about Measures to Address…
Doctors with frontline experience to deliver lifesaving child ‘blast injury’ training to Ukraine’s medics