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How restoring abandoned farms can mitigate climate change
Assistant Secretary of State for Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs Donald Lu’s Travel to Kyrgyz Republic, Uzbekistan
Secretary Blinken’s Meeting with Kazakhstani Foreign Minister Tileuberdi
Secretary Blinken and Kazakhstani Foreign Minister Mukhtar Tileuberdi Before Their Meeting
Boost Rights Protection in Constitution Reform in Kazakhstan
Insight – High food prices drive rise in export restrictions
‘I rescued over 1000 trafficking victims’
Canada’s stabilization projects in Middle East, Africa and Central Asia
UN labour agency update shows 4.8 million jobs lost to war
Nearly 5 million jobs have been lost in Ukraine since start of Russian aggression, says ILO
No Justice for January Protest Victims in Kazakhstan
Kyrgyz Republic champions trade facilitation education in Central Asia with UNECE support
Targeted Safety Net Programs Fall Short on Rights Protection: IMF/World Bank
IMF Concludes 2021 Article IV Consultation with Republic of Kazakhstan
Warning as history grimly echoes in Ukraine
Under Secretary of State for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights Zeya Travel to Kazakhstan and Kyrgyz Republic
FIFA to launch tender process for media rights to FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 in selected territories
United States-Kazakhstan Open Skies Air Transport Agreement Enters into Force
Countries pledge to step up action on climate and environment at OECD Environment Ministerial
Global disparities persist in opioid painkiller access
Record-Setting NASA Astronaut, Crewmates Return from Space Station 30 March
Why food crisis will pass
As cryptocurrencies take hold, New Zealand must address climate impacts of their colossal energy demand
Recent reforms are not enough to tackle kleptocracy, new report examining complex web of Kazakhstan property ownership says
Recent reforms are not enough to tackle kleptocracy, new report examining complex web of Kazakhstan property ownership
NASA to Provide Live Coverage of Record-Setting US Astronaut Return
Mountain and Snow Tourism Summit Looks to Sustainable Future
Report: Russian Disinformation Campaign Targeted Ukraine, Other Countries During Pandemic
“With billions spent on this senseless war, world could find a cure for HIV
Rich countries must end oil and gas production by 2034 for fair 1.5°C transition
UNECE warns of high risks of industrial accidents in Ukraine and recalls need for prevention
‘New Kazakhstan’ Needs Independent Inquiry on January Events
Prosperity – Training professionals in trade, food security and nutrition
Human Rights Council Holds Separate Interactive Dialogues with Independent Expert on Foreign Debt and with Special Rapporteur
Human Rights Council Holds Panel Discussion on Family Reunification
Human Rights Council Discusses Situation of Human Rights in Afghanistan and in Tigray Region of Ethiopia
Human Rights-Centred Multilateralism Needs to be Built and Vaccines Must be Acknowledged as Global Public Goods
Human Rights Council establishes an Independent International Commission of Inquiry to investigate all alleged violations of human
Human Rights Council Starts High-Level Segment, Hearing from Presidents of Tunisia, Lithuania, Colombia
Secretary Blinken’s Call with Central Asian Foreign Ministers
Human Rights Council Opens Forty-Ninth Session, Decides to Hold an Urgent Debate on Situation in Ukraine
Epidemiology of syphilis, gonorrhea and chlamydia in Center and East part of WHO European Region
Australian Biosecurity continuing to protect cattle and buffalo from lumpy skin disease
Talking trash: UNECE Framework on Waste Statistics helps countries measure progress towards circular economy
Counter-terrorism, Afghanistan, top priorities for UN cooperation with Eurasian security body
Institutional cooperation consistent with UN Charter
Researching new markets pays off for Australian National University
Human microbiome research excludes developing world