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Online Free Speech at Risk: Mexico
Nearly half of all women are denied their bodily autonomy, says new UNFPA report, My Body is My Own
Significant global progress made under Christchurch Call
NZ police engages experts to better understand facial recognition technology
Act on Indigenous Deaths in Custody: Australia
A Proclamation on Pan American Day and Pan American Week, 2021
Canada issues advisory on doing business with Myanmar-related entities
Statement on National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan’s call with Karin Wallensteen
Burundi refugees in Tanzania living in fear: UN rights experts
OPCW investigation should expedite holding Syrian regime accountable
NATO Secretary General highlights importance of a global approach to security at India’s Raisina Dialogue
UN experts deplore rights violations against Burundi refugees
Myanmar heading towards a ‘full-blown conflict’, UN human rights chief warns
Intensifying widespread, systematic slaughter by Myanmar military must be halted – Bachelet
UN experts extremely concerned at serious rights violations linked to general elections: Uganda
Angela Merkel to address PACE spring session
Review ‘disproportionate and unwarranted’ measures, rights experts urge Cambodia
Incidents and victims of landmine explosions in Syria increased despite military operations eased: New report
Japanese government’s decision to discharge Fukushima contaminated water ignores human rights and international maritime law
Statement from President on Beginning of Ramadan
Implementing UN Strategy for Peace Consolidation, Conflict Prevention and Conflict Resolution in Great Lakes Region
Secretary Blinken’s Meeting with Italian Foreign Minister Di Maio 13 April
UK armed forces bill would limit war crimes accountability: UN rights chief
Five years after arrest, human rights defenders still denied access to lawyers – UN expert: Lao PDR
IOM, Harvard Launch Research on Migration Flows in West and Central Africa
PACAF hosts historic Women, Peace, Security symposium
Committee on Enforced Disappearances Opens Twentieth Session Online
UN experts urge Cambodia to review approach to COVID-19
Remove Miners from Indigenous Amazon Territory: Brazil
UN Rights Chief urges UK Parliament to amend proposed law that limits accountability for torture and other war crimes
Combatting racism and hate speech at sports events
Australia’s second National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security
Law Council of Australia and Australian Bar Association condemns violence towards lawyers in Myanmar
Aged care consumer organisations propose reform plan
Council helps give young voices a platform this Youth Week
Statement on Senior Administration Official Travel to Colombia, Argentina, and Uruguay
Acting Assistant Secretary Chung Travels to Colombia, Argentina, and Uruguay
Congress Advances Slavery Reparations Bill: US
UN rights office urges protection, investigation, after latest clashes in West Darfur
UNESCO and VIVA Tech launch a call for AI-based solutions that benefit people and planet
Meeting of Guidelines Development Group for update and consolidation of guidelines for safe abortion care
Tribute to Christof Heyns
Press briefing notes on violence in West Darfur
Five Country Ministerial Communiqué
Lead Way and Blaze Your Trail workshops at WAG
End Misguided Public Health Border Expulsions: US
Statement on National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan’s Call with Ethiopian Deputy Prime Minister Demeke Mekonnen
Charges against journalist and co-defendants still detained after court freed them must be dropped, say UN experts