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Secretary Blinken’s Call with Paraguayan President Abdo Benitez
On electoral changes in Hong Kong
World’s crime fighters push back against COVID-19’s ‘divisions and inequalities’
Foreign Secretary statement in Norway 11 March 2021
New Law Officers sworn-in
UN Human Rights Council 46 Interactive Dialogue with Commission of Inquiry on Burundi
UN Security Council ‘strongly condemns’ violence against protesters
Promoting Accountability and Responding to Violence against Protestors in Burma
UN forum highlights central role of migrants in world’s most populous region
Canberra’s silence on violence against women is a big part of problem
New report shows 6.5 million jobs supported by exports
UN Rights Office appalled over simultaneous killings of ‘red-tagged’ activists
Ambassador Nick Whittingham presents credentials to President Juan Orlando Hernández
Ghana’s National Day
Countries failing to properly prosecute killers of human rights defenders, UN expert says
Public Designation of Oligarch and Former Ukrainian Public Official Ihor Kolomoyskyy Due to Involvement
Notice on Continuation of National Emergency with Respect to Zimbabwe
Canada welcomes U.S and EU sanctions against Russian officials responsible for serious human rights violations
Statement by National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan on Violence Against Peaceful Demonstrations in Burma
Working towards a two-state solution
IMF Executive Board 2020 Article IV Consultation with Bosnia and Herzegovina
Readout of President Biden Call with King Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud of Saudi Arabia
OECD calls on countries to crack down on professionals enabling tax and white collar crimes
Designation of Former Prosecutor General Dobroslav Trnka of Slovak Republic for Involvement
Rape apologists and PM’s arse-covering contribute to sexist and misogynistic culture in politics
Estonian National Day
Ensuring Tasmania’s laws are interpreted appropriately
Keeping Australians safe online 24 February
UN rights experts call for US to address ongoing violations at ‘Kafkaesque’ Guantánamo military prison
UN human rights office alarmed by ‘attacks’ on judicial independence in Haiti
Political Developments in Georgia
Gambia’s National Day
Defense Secretary Lloyd J. Austin III Remarks at Day One of NATO Defense Ministerial
Maintaining Order: Public Prosecutors in Post-Authoritarian Countries, case of Indonesia
‘World is watching’, UN Special Envoy urges military to refrain from violence
Lithuanian National Day
Secretary of State Blinken Video Remarks on Declaration Against Use of Arbitrary Detention
Launch of Canadian-drafted “Declaration Against Use of Arbitrary Detention in State-to-State Relations”
Secretary-General underscores need for peace and stability in Africa’s Sahel region
WTO Trade Policy Review of Myanmar UK statement
Launch of Declaration Against Arbitrary Detention in State-to-State Relations
‘Unacceptable’ violence, intimidation and harassment in Myanmar – UN chief
Statement of Members of Governing Council of Community of Democracies
Contempt of court proceedings to be brought against environmental lawyer
Human Rights Council UK statement for 29th Special Session on Myanmar
Government moving in right direction on Federal Judicial Commission
FACT SHEET: Biden-Harris Administration Actions in Response to Coup in Burma
Executive Order on Blocking Property with Respect to Situation in Burma