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World Bank to Provide US$70 Million for COVID-19 Vaccination in El Salvador and Honduras
Guterres urges cities to embrace ‘generational opportunity’ for climate action, sustainable development
Myanmar military increasing efforts to keep truth from getting out, UN expert says
Committee on rights of migrants workers suspends its thirty-second session
G20 Sustainable Finance Working Group
Latin America and Caribbean are “pillar for world food security”
UNWTO and Facebook Partner to Support Members States to Leverage Digital Marketing to Restart Tourism
Explosive mix of soaring food prices and conflict drives up hunger by a third across West Africa
Port Arthur had survivors: world’s other victims of gun violence
U.S. and IOM Deliver Emergency Shelter for Ethiopians Displaced by Tigray Conflict
US Should Refocus on Rights Concerns: North Korea
Commission on Narcotic Drugs discusses how COVID-19 is impacting world drug problem
UNESCO architectural design winners to rebuild iconic Al-Nouri Mosque complex
WFP Senior Official visits Government and WFP programmes in Egypt
Implications for Human Rights on Peninsula: Hearing on Civil and Political Rights in Republic of Korea
United States funding helps WFP reach millions of people in South Sudan
Consultation with Indigenous Peoples on UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science
Executive Order on Blocking Property with Respect to Specified Harmful Foreign Activities of Government of Russian Federation
FAO and African Union Commission launch a guide to help countries enter Africa’s new single market
“We Need to Level Playing Field. Both Creditors and Debtors Should Share Burden”
Rachel Bezner Kerr: Taking a farmer-led approach to food justice
Committee on Rights of Migrant Workers Discusses Effects of COVID-19 Pandemic on Migrants and Ratification of Convention
IFAD and Islamic Development Bank commit $500 million to address hunger and climate change
Statement on 33rd Anniversary of Anfal campaign
‘Large, likely long-lasting’ crisis looms over Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado, UNICEF warns
Business Impact Symposium examines industry sustainability
UNDP and GISD Alliance Launch ‘SDG Investor Platform’ to unlock trillions on SDG-Aligned Investment Globally
Innovation is key to digital development, note Arab policy makers ahead of World Telecommunication Development Conference
UN experts warn of rising levels of Israeli settler violence in a climate of impunity: Israel/OPT
Hundreds of millions of women living lives ‘governed by others’, UN report shows
Nearly half of all women are denied their bodily autonomy, says new UNFPA report, My Body is My Own
Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry Travels to People’s Republic of China and Republic of Korea
Canada Delivers on Commitment to Strengthen Canadian Environmental Protection
Benefits of continuing to provide life-saving HIV services outweigh risk of COVID-19 transmission by 100 to 1
‘Our Changing Menu’: Warming climate serves up meal remake
OPCW investigation should expedite holding Syrian regime accountable
NATO Secretary General highlights importance of a global approach to security at India’s Raisina Dialogue
Myanmar heading towards a ‘full-blown conflict’, UN human rights chief warns
Supporting museums: UNESCO report points to options for future
New ABC Application Gets Accessible Books Directly to Print-Disabled People
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
Emissions report shows urgent action needed
Policy change is an essential strategy to improving cardiovascular health for all
Committee on Enforced Disappearances Opens Twentieth Session Online
Human space flight ‘changed our perspectives’, UN office says, marking International Day
OPCW Releases Second Report by Investigation and Identification Team
Walls of death: fisheries threaten livelihoods in Indian Ocean, report reveals