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‘Demystify’ albinism and end discrimination – UN chief
Statement by Minister of Labour marking World Day Against Child Labour
Canada condemns arrest of political candidates and civil society leaders in Nicaragua
World Day Against Child Labor
Secretary Blinken’s Call with Argentina Foreign Minister Solá
Reject Bill Banning Discussion of LGBT Issues: Hungary
City leaders unite to regain momentum in urban HIV response
UK PM meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau 11 June 2021
UN rights chief urges accountability for escalating ‘catastrophe’ in Myanmar
Universities ask G7 leaders to prioritize future generations
Bachelet issues strong warning of imminent further bloodshed and suffering in Myanmar
IOM Calls for Greater Support for Families of Migrants Missing en Route to Spain
New Supply Chain Law a Step in Right Direction: Germany
Failure to Respond to Education Emergency: Brazil
G7 Gender Equality Advisory Council presents recommendations to drive global gender equality
Mexican president suffers setback in country’s deadliest election in decades
Health and human rights expert joins Metro North Hospital and Health Board
Ending AIDS as a public health threat by 2030
New Atlantic Charter
Security Council urged to bring multilateralism ‘alive’, to tackle serious global challenges
Shrinking space for civil society in Russia UK statement
UN expert condemns long-term detention of human rights defenders: UAE
New WHO guidance aims to stamp out rights violations in mental health services
Recent developments in Belarus UK statement, 10 June 2021
Co-operation key to tackling challenges new and old Secretary General tells OSCE Permanent Council
Implementing ECHR judgments: Latest decisions from Council of Europe’s Committee of Ministers
Consensus and continuity determine Swedish foreign policy
New support for teachers to help pupils manage emotions and have their voices heard when parents separate
Despite progress, discrimination persists against national minorities such as Serbs and Roma, says national minorities committee
Detention has alarming impact on mental health, warn psychologists
Boy Publicly Executed in Oromia: Ethiopia
Violence Against Women Accused of Sorcery: Papua New Guinea
Announcing Sanctions on Ortega Regime in Response to Arbitrary Detentions and Other Undemocratic Moves
Designation of Navalny-Affiliated Organizations as “Extremist”
New WHO guidance seeks to put an end to human rights violations in mental health care
Statement to UN Security Council on Situation in Darfur, pursuant to UNSCR 1593
Production of safe COVID-19 vaccines must outweigh profit
Prioritizing human rights to end inequalities and end AIDS
FACT SHEET: Executive Order Protecting Americans’ Sensitive Data from Foreign Adversaries
G7 Governments must ensure vaccines’ access in developing countries: UN experts
UN and regional experts call for peace after violent election campaign: Mexico
Stop mis-using law to detain human rights defenders, urges UN expert
Specialist Women’s Legal Services preparing to double over four years
Drop Charges Against Sports Group Founders: Belarus
Stability and Security of Western Balkans
Prosperity – Training young professionals in South Sudan on leadership and entrepreneurship skills, 2015-2019
Executive Order Blocking Property and Suspending Entry Into United States of Certain Persons Contributing to Destabilizing Situation
Notice on Continuation of National Emergency with Respect to Actions and Policies of Certain Members of Government of Belarus