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‘Racialized’ police killings, evidence reforms are needed, say experts
2030 Agenda is Characterised by Shallow Commitment to Racial Justice and Fails to Address Systemic Racism and Xenophobia
Human Rights Council Holds Panel Discussion on Technical Cooperation and Full and Effective Participation of Women
UN Security Council may approve results of negotiations on grain export from Ukraine
Human Rights Council Holds Urgent Debate on Human Rights of Women and Girls in Afghanistan
Martin Raiser Appointed World Bank Vice President for South Asia
Neftech signed an American football player
UN torture prevention body announces visits for 2023
Safer roads, global development challenge for all: Senior UN official
China sharply reduced exports to Russia, while increasing imports
Wagner Love is close to transition to Azerbaijani club
Individual action, key to ocean restoration
IHR Emergency Committee regarding multi-country outbreak of monkeypox
UN Women Reveals Concerning Regression in Attitudes Towards Gender Roles During Pandemic in New Study
India was about to resist China
Netherlands exposed Russian spy
WHO to determine if Monkeypox should be declared ‘Emergency of International Concern’
Whole continent is on move, warns WFP
Countries urged to adapt strategic framework to address huge unmet needs of skin diseases
Ukraine and rising global insecurity, test for us all, says UN rights chief
Brazil urged to step up search for missing journalist and indigenous activist
Five countries elected to serve on UN Security Council
World’s most vulnerable now paying even more, for less food: FAO
WHO publishes new guideline with region-specific treatment recommendations
WHO publishes new guideline with region-specific treatment recommendations
IOC Heeds Calls to Embed Rights: Olympics
Call to Expand International Right to Education
Interim statement on hybrid immunity and increasing population seroprevalence rates
WHO raises alarm on tobacco industry environmental impact
Those who resort to war deny social justice, says ILO Director-General
World Leaders Pledge to Fight for Freedom and Values with History at Turning Point
Reskilling Revolution: Leaders Preparing 1 Billion People for Tomorrow’s Economy
This time sugar: India shakes world market again
Governments Harm Children’s Rights in Online Learning
UN Deputy Chief meets inspiring young climate leaders in Indonesia
Attorney General’s Reappointment Threatens Rights in Guatemala
Rising Covid caseload should be ‘wake-up call’
Russia will sign a new agreement with Azerbaijan
WHO Results Report shows global health achievements despite Covid pandemic
Ukraine war squeezes food supplies, drives up prices, threatens vulnerable nations
WHO announces winners at Awards ceremony of 3rd Health for All Film Festival
Attacks on Gender and Sexuality Education in Brazil
Brazil refused United States
Small decrease in food prices in April ‘a welcome relief’
Coronavirus: Almost everyone lied godlessly
Erdogan and Bolsonaru are ready to come to Moscow
Armed Forces Should Not Count Votes in Brazil
Lula trial in Brazil violated due process, says UN rights panel