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Reports and Policy Documents

2021

  • 5 11月 2021

    New York, 6 November 2021

    The climate crisis is a peace and security crisis.  It intensifies conflict over natural resources, inflating food prices and increasing geopolitical tensions.

    Today, around one in every five people is living in an area affected by fragility, conflict or violence.  The assault on our planet is driving instability, displacement and confrontation, and making...

  • 5 11月 2021

    A Nepalese peacekeeper serving in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) was on Friday named the recipient of the UN Woman Police Officer of the Year Award. 

  • 5 11月 2021

    A Nepali peacekeeper serving in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) was on Friday named the recipient of the UN Woman Police Officer of the Year Award. 

  • 5 11月 2021

    Mogadishu – International partners* are deeply concerned by continuing delays in the Somali electoral process. While the recent start to the House of the People voting process is a positive...

  • 5 11月 2021

    International calls for the restoration of democratic government in Sudan continued on Friday, as the Human Rights Council met in special session in Geneva to discuss the recent military coup. 

  • 5 11月 2021

    UN Secretary-General António Guterres has urged authorities in the Central African Republic (CAR) to spare no effort in investigating the “unacceptable attack” earlier this week by the presidential guard against a vehicle from the UN mission in the country, MINUSCA. 

  • 5 11月 2021

    UN Special Coordinator for Lebanon Visits Zahle and West Bekaa

    4 November 2021

     

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  • 4 11月 2021

    New York, 5 November 2021

    On World Tsunami Awareness Day, we call on countries, international bodies, and civil society to increase understanding about the threat and share innovative approaches to reduce risks. 

    We can build on progress achieved – ranging from better outreach to tsunami-exposed communities around the world, to the inclusion of...

  • 4 11月 2021

    TRIPOLI - The 5+5 Joint Military Commission (JMC) concluded on 1 November a three-day meeting in Cairo, where they agreed with representatives of...

  • 4 11月 2021

    A stark warning for the people of Afghanistan has been issued by UN migration agency chief António Vitorino who on Thursday said that ongoing conflict, grinding poverty and climate-related emergencies, have pushed the country to the brink of collapse.

  • 4 11月 2021

    Photo: Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Amman, 4 November 2021 - The UN Special Envoy for Yemen, Hans Grundberg, concluded yesterday a visit to Iran where he met with senior...

  • 3 11月 2021

    At least 8 children have reportedly been killed or injured in escalating violence in Yemen in the past five days. 

  • 3 11月 2021

    All parties involved in the escalating conflict in Ethiopia’s Tigray must stop fighting immediately, or else risk pushing the region’s catastrophic humanitarian situation “over the edge”, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, said on Wednesday.

  • 2 11月 2021

    The UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, is extremely concerned by the escalation of violence in Ethiopia and the recent declaration of a state of emergency.  

  • 2 11月 2021

    A deadly attack on a military hospital in the Afghan capital, is a reminder that health facilities should never be a target, the UN’s Deputy Spokesperson said on Tuesday.

  • 2 11月 2021

    Ten unarmed Egyptian peacekeepers from the UN Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA) were shot and wounded on Monday.  

  • 2 11月 2021

    Mogadishu – Today is the...

  • 1 11月 2021

    Multiple mediation efforts are underway in Sudan one week after the military seized power, UN Special Representative for the country, Volker Perthes, told journalists in New York on Monday. 

  • 1 11月 2021

    New York, 2 November 2021

    Last year, according to UNESCO, 62 journalists were killed just for doing their jobs.

    Many lost their lives to conflict. But in recent years, the number of media workers killed while investigating corruption, trafficking, and other human rights violations, has risen.  

    Almost 9 out of 10...

  • 1 11月 2021

    Out now! Season 2 | Episode 13 | She Stands For Peace | Click here: https://unoau.unmissions.org/podcast-series-she-stands-peace...

  • 30 10月 2021

    New York, 31 October 2021

    Cities are hubs of innovation and human ingenuity — and potential centres for transformative action to implement the Sustainable Development Goals and build a zero-carbon, climate-resilient and socially just world.

    The theme of this year’s World Cities Day, ‘Adapting Cities for Climate Resilience’, comes at a time when...

  • 30 10月 2021

    TRIPOLI, 30 October 2021 - The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) is closely following ongoing efforts to finalize the legal...

  • 30 10月 2021

    Dakar - Libreville, 29 October 2021 - Mr. Mahamat Saleh ANNADIF, Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of the United Nations Office...

  • 30 10月 2021

    First of all, I would like to express my thanks and appreciation to the Government of the Arab Republic of Egypt for hosting and supporting this meeting at the request of the 5...

  • 30 10月 2021
     

    Humanitarian | OCHA releases Humanitarian Needs Overview for...

  • 29 10月 2021
    This Week in DPPA is a brief roundup of political and peacebuilding events and developments at UNHQ and around the world. 

    Security Council

    Special Envoy warns of wider regional implications after unrest in Sudan

    Parfait Onanga-Anyanga, Special Envoy of the Secretary-General for the Horn of Africa, briefed on 27 October on the situation between Sudan and South Sudan. He underlined the importance of Sudan and South Sudan abiding by the 31 December deadline set by the Joint Political and Security Mechanism to withdraw all armed forces from Abyei. He said that the recent coup in Sudan reflects the shaky transitions that many countries are going through, adding his hope that the recent positive trend between Sudan and South Sudan will not be derailed.

    Full remarks at the Security Council here

     
    Pedersen stresses the need for common ground for the Constitutional Committee to continue its work

    Geir Pedersen, Special Envoy of the Secretary-General for Syria, briefing the Security Council on 27 October, reported on last week’s meetings of the Constitutional Committee in Geneva. He said the 45 members of the Small Body were not able to move from submitting and discussing initial draft constitutional texts to developing a productive textual drafting process. And he added that an agreement on dates and a commitment to meet twice before the end of the year was regrettably not possible. “"We need constructive Syria diplomacy to help save lives, ease suffering, promote stability and further the implementation of resolution 2254", said the Special Envoy.

    Full remarks at the Security Council here

     
    Our partnership with the African Union and sub-regional organizations is a necessary condition for peace, security, humanitarian, development, and justice in Africa

    Speaking on behalf of the Secretary-General to the high-level debate on cooperation between the UN and the African Union on 28 October in the Security Council, Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed said that we are seeing a rise in seizures of power by force. She said that there is growing cooperation among the United Nations, African Union and subregional organizations on sustainable development, elections and peace processes throughout the African continent. She also noted a key role that the United Nations Office to the African Union is playing in this regard, especially through Cooperation Frameworks for peace and security, humanitarian and for sustainable development; our blueprint for joint integrated action.

    Full remarks at the Security Council here

     
    Verification Mission in Colombia mandate extended for another year

    The Security Council unanimously voted on 29 October to extend the mandate of the United Nations Verification Mission in Colombia until 31 October 2022. The Council noted the 5th anniversary of the Colombia peace agreement and urged the parties to build upon the progress made and address ongoing challenges, in particular the continued violence in conflict-affected areas.

    Read more here

    Central Asia

    Women Leaders’ Caucus Conference on Sustainable Development and Women’s Leadership in Central Asia

    Natalia Gherman, Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of the United Nations Regional Centre for Preventive Diplomacy for Central Asia (UNRCCA), addressed on 28 October the Regional Conference “Sustainable Development and Women’s Leadership in Central Asia”. The conference was organized by the Central Asia Women Leaders’ Caucus (CAWLC), a platform launched in December 2020 with the support of UNRCCA and UNDP, to enhance the political, economic and social participation of women in the region. In her remarks, Special Representative Gherman addressed the need for inclusive and comprehensive approaches among actors within and across countries of the region.

    Read more here

    Learn more about Women Leaders’ Caucus here

     
    UNRCCA co-organizes an online meeting on water and energy cooperation

    On 27 October, UNRCCA organized an online meeting of national experts from the Central Asian states, to discuss issues pertaining to support of regional cooperation in the field of water, energy, and climate. Representatives of the ministries and state agencies of the Central Asian countries as well as international experts attended the event. The participants expressed their initial views on the draft of the renewed UNRCCA project to support regional cooperation in Central Asia on water, energy and climate for 2022-2025 and highlighted the importance of UNRCCA’s regional platform for facilitating dialogue on transboundary water management within its mandate through preventive diplomacy.

    Read more here

    Yemen

    Special Envoy visits United Arab Emirates

    Hans Grundberg, Special Envoy of the Secretary-General for Yemen, concluded on 28 October his first visit to the United Arab Emirates where he held meetings with senior Emirati officials and Yemenis from various political components and the private sector. During his meetings with Yemeni interlocutors, Special Envoy Grundberg expressed his concern over the rapidly deteriorating situation in Yemen, including intensification of the war, fragmentation of state institutions, the impact of the conflict on the economy, and delivery of basic services. “It is high time that progress be made toward immediate and longer term political, economic and security priorities in the best interest of Yemenis.”

    Read more here

    Sudan

    “All parties must immediately return to dialogue and engage in good faith to restore the constitutional order”

    Volker Perthes, Special Representative for Sudan and Head of the United Nations Integrated Transition Assistance Mission in Khartoum (UNITAMS), briefed the press on 25 October on the situation in Sudan. He said that over the past four weeks he’s been shuffling between the different political and military actors in Khartoum urging dialogue, the maintenance of the constitutional partnership, and warning everybody not to squander the achievement of the first two years of the transition period. He renewed his call on the military to release all those that are unlawfully detained and asked all stakeholders to return to dialogue and restore the constitutional order to not put domestic peace and political transition at risk.

    Watch the press briefing here

    Statement by the Special Representative here

    Nigeria

    Special Representatives travels to Nigeria 

    François Louncény Fall and Mahamat Saleh Annadif, the Secretary-General’s Special Representatives for Central Africa and for West Africa and the Sahel, respectively, travelled to Nigeria on 28 October to meet with Government and military officials, as well as humanitarian and development partners, as well as to visit internally displaced people and refugee camps, as part of the third leg of a tour of Lake Chad Basin countries affected by Boko Haram before headed to Niger. Special Representatives Annadif and Fall encouraged the countries affected by the resurgence of Boko Haram, and other extremist groups, to pool their efforts to confront terrorism. 

    Peacebuilding

    New episode of “She Stands for Peace”

    This week’s episode features Betty Acahn Ogwaro, the Member of Parliament and Former Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Cooperatives of South Sudan. In this episode of “She Stands for Peace”, Ogwaro offers insights on important sociocultural contexts in understanding the challenges of disarmament and the successful implementation of the peace agreement.

    Listen to the episode

    For more information on the podcast series, click here

     
    “Behind the Numbers”: Mary Robinson speaks WPS agenda 

    In the second episode of the "Behind the Numbers" podcast series, Mary Robinson, Chair of the Elders, former Special Envoy for the Great Lakes and seventh president of Ireland, stressed that gender lenses are not only crucial in conflict resolution and peacebuilding, but also in addressing climate security. “Behind the Numbers” is a podcast on the meaningful participation of women in peacemaking efforts. Episodes include conversations with peacemakers and decision-makers on the challenges and opportunities of the UN’s women, peace and security (WPS) agenda. Launched on the 20th anniversary of Security Council Resolution 1325 in 2020, the series continues in 2021.

     
    PBC meeting on the Central African Republic

    The Peacebuilding Commission (PBC), chaired by the Kingdom of Morocco, discussed on 28 October the political, electoral and rule of law situation in the Central African Republic (CAR). The Prime Minister Henri-Marie Dondra briefed on the recent holding of presidential and legislative elections, the Political Agreement, the ongoing Republican Dialogue, the unilateral ceasefire announced by President Touadéra on 15 October, as well as the importance of the Configuration as a partnership forum, reiterating the Government’s support for the renewal of MINUSCA’s mandate in November. The Member States welcomed the ceasefire and noted the necessity of an inclusive national dialogue, the meaningful participation of women and youth and the strengthening of the rule of law and transitional justice to fight against impunity to advance the process in CAR. 

     
    PBC meeting on The Gambia

    The PBC discussed on 27 October progress in the transitional justice process in The Gambia, encouraging prompt finalization of the report of the Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission (TRRC) and robust follow-up to its recommendations, with international support. The Commission took note of plans to finalize the TRRC report, which is expected to contain 415 findings covering a wide array of human rights violations and 180 recommendations to deliver justice to the victims and promote healing and long-term reconciliation, including by building capacity and accountable institutions. The Commission also discussed ongoing and interrelated political and security reforms and preparations for elections. At the Government’s request, the Commission reiterated its commitment to continue to mobilize support for the consolidation of peace and democracy in The Gambia.

    Full recording of the meeting here

    New Appointment

    Noeleen Heyzer announced as new Special Envoy on Myanmar

    Secretary-General António Guterres announced the appointment of Noeleen Heyzer of Singapore as Special Envoy on Myanmar, succeeding Christine Schraner Burgener. She was the first woman to serve as the Executive Secretary of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific from 2007-2014. From 2013-2015, she was also the United Nations Secretary-General's Special Adviser for Timor-Leste, working to support peacebuilding, state-building and sustainable development.

    Read more here

    Next Week

    On Monday, Mexico will take over the presidency of the Security Council for the month of November.

     

     

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  • 29 10月 2021

    Acting unanimously on Friday, the Security Council adopted a unique resolution strongly condemning attacks against schools, children and teachers and urging conflict parties to immediately safeguard the right to education.

  • 29 10月 2021

    The UN Special Representative for Mali told the Security Council on Friday that despite collective efforts, “the reality is that the security situation has deteriorated and the crisis is deepening”, across the northwest African nation. 

  • 29 10月 2021

    Mogadishu – With the peaceful completion of polling and announcement of preliminary results from ‘one person, one vote’ electoral process in three districts of Puntland, international partners...

  • 28 10月 2021

    The deputy UN chief on Thursday emphasized the “vital importance” of peace and security in Africa, thanking ambassadors in the Security Council for helping the UN shine a spotlight on the issue, and how all Member States can work with the African Union and other regional and sub-regional groups, to make lives more secure across the continent.

  • 28 10月 2021

    Amman, 28 October 2021 - The UN Special Envoy for Yemen, Hans Grundberg, concluded today his first visit to the United Arab Emirates where he held meetings with senior Emirati officials and...

  • 28 10月 2021

    TASHKENT, Uzbekistan

    On 28 October 2021, the Special...

  • 27 10月 2021

    Although the outcome of the latest meeting of the Syrian Constitutional Committee was “a disappointment”, members must continue their vital work, the UN Special Envoy for the country said in a briefing to the Security Council on Wednesday. 

  • 27 10月 2021

    The Under-Secretary-General for Peace Operations told the Security Council on Wednesday that he was encouraged by a thaw in relations between South Sudan and Sudan, now that both have established national committees on the question of Abyei, the disputed oil-rich border territory claimed by both countries.  

  • 27 10月 2021

    Mr President,

    1. Thank you for the opportunity to brief the Security Council on progress in the implementation of Resolution 2046, which concerns outstanding bilateral issues between Sudan and South Sudan and the situation in South Kordofan and Blue Nile states. Since I am addressing the Security Council for the first time since Kenya’s assumption of the Presidency, allow me Mr President to warmly congratulate you on your competent handling and skillful stewardship of the business of this august body.
    1. Today’s meeting takes place against the backdrop of multifaceted challenges posing a serious threat to the stability of several countries in the Horn of Africa and the region. This situation has been compounded by the impact of COVID-19 which has exacerbated already precarious living conditions.

    Mr President,

    1. The tragic events unfolding in Sudan following the unconstitutional change of government reflect the shaky transitions that many countries are going through. It will therefore be critical to urgently restore the constitutional order, consistent with the Constitutional Declaration as well as the Juba Peace agreement.
    1. Despite the limitations imposed by the pandemic, I was able to engage with national authorities of both countries during the review period, both in person in the company of USG Lacroix in Khartoum and Abyei, and here in New York, as well as remotely.
    1. We visited Khartoum and Abyei from 6-8 September, as part of consultations with the Governments of Sudan, South Sudan and Ethiopia on the future status of the United Nations Interim Security Force for Abyei (UNISFA). I also discussed bilateral relations between Sudan and South Sudan.
    1. While most of what I am reporting on may sound a bit removed from the current situation in Sudan which could negatively impact bilateral relations, I sincerely hope that the recent positive trend will not be derailed. Encouragingly, Sudan and South Sudan have been so far deepening their relationship, epitomised by several high-level visits and initiatives in support of each other’s peace processes. These include the start of peace talks in Juba between the Government of Sudan and the faction of Abdel Aziz Al Hilu’s Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM)-North on 26 May, the  launch of South Sudan's permanent constitution-making process, as well as efforts to help address the infighting between rival factions of the SPLM-in-Opposition (SPLM/A-IO), which could unravel the peace process in South Sudan.
    1. Crucially, President Kiir and PM Hamdok reached an agreement to resume export and border trade. In this regard, they agreed to reopen border crossing points between their two countries. However, the launch did not materialise, having been overtaken by the unfolding events in Sudan.    

    Mr. President,

    1. The two countries agreed on a roadmap to review and follow up on implementing all 2012 cooperation agreements with timelines established by their ministries of foreign affairs. In the meantime, they undertook to remove all barriers to banking transactions and allow banks to establish branches in both countries. They also committed to developing a joint oil and gas strategy at the Joint Political and Security Mechanism (JPSM) meeting of 8-9 September in Juba, though no reference was made to this in the decisions of the JPSM meeting. Sudan and South Sudan further agreed to enhance cooperation on security and intelligence.
    1. Among others, the JPSM (a) called for progress on the border crossing points opening; (b) requested Sudan and South Sudan to ensure the withdrawal of their forces from the Abyei box with immediate effect and no later than 31 December 2021, and tasked UNISFA to report thereon monthly; (c) requested both countries to engage with elements of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement in Opposition (SPLM/A-IO) still in the Safe Demilitarized Border Zone (SDBZ), and (d) urged the two countries to resume meetings of the Abyei Joint Oversight Committee (AJOC).
    2. Although both countries favour the resumption of AJOC meetings, the last of which took place in 2017, they disagree on the agenda and are yet to set a new meeting date. On the substance, whereas Sudan advocates the joint institutions provided for in the agreement on the temporary arrangements for the administration and security of the Abyei Area of 20 June 2011, South Sudan considers discussion of joint institutions, especially the Abyei Police Service, a non-starter ostensibly over fears that this reinforces Khartoum’s position on Abyei. These disagreements have consistently dodged AJOC meetings, notably with South Sudan expressing frustration at the continued presence of the Sudanese oil police in Diffra and now hinting at the possibility of deploying forces to Abyei unless Sudan withdraws its troops. Sudan, too has continued to maintain that South Sudanese armed elements are still present within the Abyei box. Hopefully, both countries will abide by the deadline of 31 December 2021 set by the JPSM to withdraw all armed forces so that AJOC meetings, when eventually reconvened, can focus on the mechanism's mandate of political and administrative oversight of the yet-to-be constituted Abyei Executive Council, providing guidance for the timely implementation of various agreements, and facilitating the establishment and sustainability of a secure and stable environment in Abyei. The long-standing deadlock has hindered any progress in Abyei, besides leaving the area with a clearly defined status that has continued to stoke instability. 
    1. On a positive note, each country has established a high-level committee on Abyei. The two committees are separately reviewing all past agreements on Abyei in view of negotiations facilitated by a third party that would lead to the settlement of the final status of Abyei.
    1. To address the 2012 Cooperation Agreements comprehensively, the two countries met in Juba on 21 October in the first joint meeting of the Joint Political and Security Mechanism (JPSM) and Joint Border Commission (JBC) convened by the African Union Border Programme and opened by South Sudan's First Vice-President, Riek Machar. Mr Machar urged the parties to expedite the implementation of the Cooperation Agreements. The next joint meeting is planned for the second week of January 2022.
    1. Regarding the recent concerning developments in Gok Machar, Kir Adem/Safaha, and War Abar/As Samayah, which threatened the security and safety of UNISFA/JBVMM personnel and led to the regrettable loss of life of one peacekeeper, I reminded South Sudanese authorities of their obligations under resolutions 2518 (2020) and 2575 (2021) and the Status of Forces agreement. In this regard, I welcome the government’s 19 October statement by which it reiterated its commitment to the  Joint Border Verification and Monitoring Mechanism (JBVMM) and expressed its unequivocal support to UNISFA.            

    Mr President,

    1. On 3 October, South Sudan issued a statement to mark the first anniversary of the Juba Peace Agreement between the Government of Sudan and Sudanese armed movements. While commending the progress made by Sudanese parties in partially forming national and state governments, the South Sudan mediation committee called for redoubling of efforts for more political will towards implementing the agreement. It also expressed concern about the disagreement among Sudanese political forces within the transitional government and encouraged them to resolve this through dialogue.
    1. As concerns the resolution of the conflict in South Kordofan and the Blue Nile states, I note with regret that efforts by the South Sudan mediation committee haven’t so far succeeded to resume negotiations between the Government of Sudan and the Al Hilu SPLM-North faction, since talks between them were suspended on 15 June for two weeks to allow the parties time to consult their constituencies on the outstanding issues. The parties had agreed on most of the issues but they still disagreed on two key demands of the SPLM-North: the adoption of a secular state in Sudan and the disbanding of the Rapid Support Forces within the framework of the security arrangements. Nevertheless, it is heartening that both parties reiterated their commitment to the peace process and hoped to agree on the outstanding issues during the next round of talks. I also note, regrettably, that even though Abdel Wahid Al-Nur of the Darfur-based Sudan Liberation Movement/Army was present in Juba on 26 May, he again resisted President Kiir’s attempts to include his movement in the Sudan peace process.

    Mr President,

    1.  Despite lingering disagreements between the governments of Sudan and South Sudan on a number of outstanding matters, including over the final status of Abyei, the intensification of high-level contacts between the two countries and the complementarity of their mediation efforts in resolving their respective internal conflicts augur well for their long-term peaceful co-existence. It is crucial for both countries to preserve and build on the progress achieved so far and to resolve the conflict in the Blue Nile, and South Kordofan states. As they do so, the international community should in turn redouble efforts in enabling them to achieve their noble goals. Given the increasingly tense regional environment, I hope that the current developments in Sudan will not reverse the commendable achievements already made. My Office will continue to engage with the authorities of both countries and, as appropriate, with key regional actors, including the African Union and the Intergovernmental Authority on Development, to encourage them to defuse regional tensions, advance the implementation of all cooperation agreements and consolidate their improved bilateral relations.

        Thank you for your attention.

  • 27 10月 2021

    Countries must unite and act urgently to secure stability in Afghanistan, and a better future for its people, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said in a video message on Wednesday to a regional conference of the country’s neighbours, organized by Iran.  

  • 27 10月 2021

    Countries must unite and act urgently to secure stability in Afghanistan, and a better future for its people, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said in a video message on Wednesday to a regional conference of the country’s neighbours, organized by Iran.  

  • 27 10月 2021

     

    ASHGABAT, Turkmenistan

    On 27...

  • 26 10月 2021

    UN Secretary-General António Guterres on Tuesday renewed his call for the immediate release of all those detained in the military coup in Sudan, as the Security Council meets behind closed doors in New York to discuss the crisis. 

  • 26 10月 2021

    Mogadishu – International partners* are alarmed by the continued fighting in the town of Guriel in...

  • 26 10月 2021

    SPEAKERS 

    James Swan, UN Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Somalia, and Head of the UN...
  • 26 10月 2021

    Mogadishu, 26 October 2021 – Marking this year’s United Nations Day, the world body’s top officials in Somalia today flagged some of the...

  • 26 10月 2021

    Haitians who were affected by the devastating earthquake which struck the southwest of the country in August have demonstrated their “heartwarming resilience” according to a staff member of the International Organization for Migration (IOM), who has been supporting recovery efforts.

  • 25 10月 2021

    Hargeisa, 25 October 2021 – Issues ranging from women’s participation in politics to the relationship between peace and development were...

  • 25 10月 2021

    Qardho, 25 October 2021 – Representatives from the United Nations today visited Qardho in a show of solidarity with the people of Puntland as citizens participated in a ‘one person, one...

  • 25 10月 2021

    Out now! Season 2 | Episode 12 | She Stands For Peace | Click here: https://unoau.unmissions.org/podcast-series-she-stands-peace

  • 25 10月 2021

    UN Secretary-General, António Guterres on Monday condemned the “ongoing military coup” in Sudan, saying Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and all other officials, “must be released immediately.” In a statement, he called for the "immediate reconstitution" of the Government, which is due to guide Sudan through to democratic elections.

  • 25 10月 2021

    UN, ECCAS and their partners mobilized against hate speech in Central Africa

     

    Douala, 25 October 2021 - From 26 to 29 October 2021, Douala, the economic capital of Cameroon, will host a regional forum to raise awareness and build the capacity of media practitioners to prevent and combat hate speech in Central Africa. The event is organized by the United...

  • 24 10月 2021

    “Today, the Israeli authorities announced tenders for the construction of more than 1,300 housing units in the occupied West Bank.

    I am deeply concerned by continued Israeli settlement expansion in the occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem. I reiterate that all settlements are illegal under international law, remain a substantial obstacle to peace, and must cease immediately...

  • 24 10月 2021

    TRIPOLI, 24 October 2021 - The Special Envoy of the UN Secretary-General and Head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya, Ján Kubiš,...