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UN Disability Rights Committee issues findings on Estonia and calls for people with disabilities’ inclusion
Bangladesh Receives Over $1 Billion World Bank Financing for Vaccination and Responding to COVID-19 Pandemic
Climate change is a security threat government keeps ignoring
Bangladesh Economy Shows Early Signs of Recovery Amid Uncertainties
Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry’s Visit to Bangladesh and Meetings with Prime Minister and Top Officials
Philippines Contributes $15,000 to Future OPCW Centre for Chemistry and Technology
Migrants left stranded and without assistance by COVID-19 lockdowns
Bangladesh Solar Home Systems Provide Clean Energy for 20 million People
Potential for big influenza season
One new border-related case; 19 cases of COVID-19 in managed isolation; 4 historical cases
Regional research set to get digital boost
Could Mario Kart Teach Us How to Reduce World Poverty and Improve Sustainability?
Director-General calls for investigation into death in detention of writer and blogger Mushtaq Ahmed in Bangladesh
Countries added to red list to protect UK against variants of concern
Committee on Rights of Persons with Disabilities Closes Twenty-Fourth Virtual Session after Adopting its Concluding Recommendations
Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry Travels to United Arab Emirates, India, and Bangladesh to Discuss Climate Crisis
France Contributes €200,000 to Future OPCW Centre for Chemistry and Technology
UN agencies ramp up response for Rohingya refugees in wake of ‘unprecedented’ fire
Floating gardens as a way to keep farming despite climate change
South Asian Economies Bounce Back but Face Fragile Recovery
ILO Governing Body concludes its 341st session
UNHCR rushing support and aid to Rohingya refugees affected by last week’s massive fire
Equal numbers of women and men as candidates and equal leadership: UN
World Bank Helps Bangladesh Create Inclusive and Quality Jobs and Recover from COVID-19 Pandemic
Race to find at least 23 children still missing after Rohingya camp blaze
‘Golden Jubilee’ Should be Turning Point on Rights: Bangladesh
Bangladesh National Day
UN emergency fund allocates $14 million for Rohingya refugees left homeless by massive fire
Australian FM statement on fire at Cox’s Bazar
Refugee Camp Fencing Cost Lives in Blaze: Bangladesh
Massive fire in Bangladesh’s Rohingya refugee camps leaves 45,000 people displaced
Human Rights Council Extends Mandates on Syrian Arab Republic, South Sudan and Mali
Human Rights Council Renews Mandate of Special Rapporteur on Myanmar, Adopts Resolutions on Belarus and on Right to Food
Gender equality events announced for regional Queensland
Endangered dolphins are different species, find scientists
World Vision mobilises emergency response following fire at Rohingya Refugee Camp
World Vision mobilises emergency response in aid of fire at Rohingya Refugee Camp
Human Rights Council strengthens rights office probe into Sri Lanka’s long civil war
Human Rights Council Adopts 10 Resolutions, Renews Mandates on Cultural Rights, Albinism, Privacy
Human Rights Council Renews Mandate of Special Rapporteur on Environment, Adopts Resolutions on Sri Lanka, Nicaragua
United States and United Kingdom united in creating green jobs
Massive Fire Devastates Rohingya Refugee Camps in Cox’s Bazar
Bangladeshi authorities, aid agencies and refugee volunteers rush to respond as massive fire leaves some 45,000 Rohingya refugees
UN teams assisting tens of thousands of refugees, after massive fire rips through camp in Bangladesh
Fire blazes through Rohingya Camp putting lives of thousands of refugees at risk
Human Rights Council continues general debate on racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related forms of intolerance
Exploited and marginalized, Bangladeshi tea workers speak up for their rights
First Responders from All OPCW Regions Enhance Skills in Handling Toxic Chemical Incidents