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Grave consequences for children in eastern DRC after armed violence causes population displacement of two towns
UNHCR calls on states to remove barriers to access to COVID-19 vaccines for refugees
WFP welcomes US$5.3 million from United States for food assistance for refugees in Rwanda
Safeguarding in international aid key steps to consider
Cramming cities full of electric vehicles means we’re still depending on cars – and that’s a huge problem
More than 5.7 million children under five on brink of starvation across world
UN Refugee Agency releases 2022 resettlement needs
How to Make Lithium-ion Batteries Invincible
Committee on Elimination of Discrimination against Women Opens Seventy-ninth Online Session
China’s efforts to save its wandering elephants are laudable, but let’s not forget its bloody conflicts with giants
COVID-19 and social protection among key debates as June session of virtual International Labour Conference ends
Refugees worldwide face rising hunger due to funding gaps amidst Covid-19
UNHCR: World leaders must act to reverse trend of soaring displacement
National Authorities from Africa explore ways to improve CWC implementation
World leaders to address ILO’s World of Work Summit
Canada contributes over CAD 22 million for FAO’s COVID-19 response
New funds from Korea help provide emergency assistance to those affected by erupting Congo volcano
ICC Prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda, publishes Policy on Situation Completion
Grave Concerns for Rwandan Asylum Seeker: Mozambique
WFP welcomes commitment to famine prevention by G7; calls for swift action to prevent widespread catastrophe
Acting Assistant Secretary Peterson’s Travel to Democratic Republic of Congo
Statement of Prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda, on her request to open an investigation of Situation in Philippines
IOM Mourns Death of Former Director-General William Lacy Swing
IOM Staff Mourn Death of former Director-General William Lacy Swing
UN elects five new members to serve on Security Council
Education Above All Foundation and World Bank Partner to Enroll 35,000 Out-of-School Children in Djibouti
Countries reaffirm commitment to ending polio at launch of new eradication strategy
Development at risk as number of people uprooted by climate change & conflict soars
Peace accord in Colombia has increased deforestation of biologically-diverse rainforest
More than 90 Malians Return Home Safely in Charter Flight from Chad
UNICEF working to restore water supply amid cholera threat
Fragile democratic gains at risk in Central Africa as violence by armed groups escalates
Global push needed to ensure ‘clean, affordable and sustainable electricity’ for all
UNICEF works urgently to restore water to 200,000 people in Goma cut off because of volcano lava damage
Spain accedes to ship recycling convention
Global Launch: Tracking SDG7: Energy Progress Report
Universal Access to Sustainable Energy Will Remain Elusive Without Addressing Inequalities
Monitoring Nyiragongo Eruption in DRC and Rwanda
Nearly 6,000 people flee brutal attacks on displacement sites in eastern DR Congo
Stunning crystals revealing deep secrets about Australian volcanoes
UN chief condemns deadly attacks targeting displaced people in DR Congo
Goma Volcano Eruption Displaces 415,700 People as IOM Prepares Response
Some 350,000 people in urgent need of help in Goma
Ancient dog breed DNA helps unravel clues about evolution of man’s best friend
Statement to mark International Day of UN Peacekeepers
Investing in Our International Students
State Department and U.S. Agency for International Development FY 2022 Budget Request
Thousands in Goma evacuated amid fears of further volcanic eruption