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South Sudan receives first batch of COVID-19 vaccines through COVAX Facility
Monash University awarded $1.2M to support world leading research
Key Outcomes at 46th Session of UN Human Rights Council
Human Rights Council Concludes Forty-Sixth Regular Session after Adopting 30 Resolutions and One Decision
Human Rights Council Extends Mandates on Syrian Arab Republic, South Sudan and Mali
UN agencies call for urgent action to avert famine risk in 20 ‘hunger hotspots’
Acute hunger set to soar in over 20 countries, warn FAO and WFP
Call for urgent and at-scale action to avert rising hunger and risk of famine
Human Rights Council Concludes General Debate on Technical Assistance and Capacity Building
UN Rights Body Should Stay Course in South Sudan
Human Rights Council Holds Interactive Dialogue on Human Rights
Human Rights Council Holds Enhanced Interactive Dialogue on Human Rights Situation
Recognize ‘true value’ of water, UN urges, marking World Water Day
Harmony Day 2021: How football shows us ‘everyone belongs’
South Sudanese ‘one step away from famine’, as UN launches humanitarian response plan
Allies of South Sudan militias must be held accountable: UN human rights report
UK Special Envoy to Sudan and South Sudan visits Egypt
Women peacekeepers a ‘powerful image for girls in remote villages’
UN Human Rights Council 46 Interactive Dialogue with Commission on South Sudan
‘If you don’t feed people, you feed conflict’, UN chief tells Security Council
FAO aims to provide livelihood assistance to nearly 49 million people in 2021
Trustee disqualified after charity fails to account for over two hundred thousand pounds intended for school
Rotavirus vaccines made available for use in humanitarian crises
FAO Food Price Index rises for ninth consecutive month in February
Renewing progress towards peace in South Sudan
South Sudan’s transition from conflict to recovery ‘inching forward’ – UN envoy
UN agencies appeal for $266 million to feed refugees in eastern Africa
WFP, UNHCR appeal for funding for over 3 million refugees suffering from rations cuts in eastern Africa
UN agencies support nationwide polio vaccination campaign
Violence in South Sudan engulfs country, 10 years after independence ‘children all have guns’
Statement of Twenty-Seventh Polio IHR Emergency Committee
IOM Responds to Resurgence of Ebola in Guinea and Democratic Republic of Congo
Greater Horn of Africa Climate Outlook
UK calls for ceasefires to vaccinate people against Covid-19
World faces worst hunger crisis in decades; 19 million on brink of famine, World Vision report finds
World On Brink of Worst Famine in Decades
UK Statement Human Rights Council organisational meeting
Council meets with community leaders to work towards a safer Cardinia
Refugee Education Council members
‘This funding means that we can save and change more lives every year’
IOM and UNHCR call for improved safeguards for displaced on frontlines of climate emergency
Germany contributes €10 Million to WB Trust Fund for Disease Preparedness in Developing Countries
UN rights commission welcomes ‘first steps’ towards transitional justice institutions
New COVID-19 strains ‘poised to unleash’ more severe infections – Security Council hears
War: how to protect health of women and children?
UN mission chief appeals for more peacekeepers
IOM Assists Border Control on Route Linking Ethiopia, Kenya
Cardinia Shire 2021 Australia Day Award nominees announced