FROM THE FIELD: Teaching Chad’s scientists of the future |

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A pilot study in the city of Bol in Chad, which has suffered the effects of cross-border terrorism over many years, has shown...

New ICC ruling ‘opens the door’ for justice in occupied Palestine...

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 “This offers profound hope to those who believe that consequences, not condonation, must be the answer to the commission of grave crimes”, said...

‘If I can do it, so can you’: women scientists on...

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At the UN University in Maastricht, which focuses on innovation and technology, women scientists have been at the forefront of research into COVID-19,...

Services stalled, as UN migrant reception centre at Afghanistan-Iran border damaged...

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The fire erupted after small arms fire ignited hundreds of fuel tankers parked at a customs depot at the Islam Qala border point,...

Living and loving with HIV: a UN Resident Coordinator blog |

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Six years ago, Thitiwatt Sirasjtakorn learned that he was HIV positive, a point in his life when he struggled to understand what this...

Loss of autonomy in Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir threatens minorities’ rights...

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“The loss of autonomy and the imposition of direct rule by the Government in New Delhi suggests the people of Jammu and Kashmir...

FROM THE FIELD: Life after conflict in the Central African Republic...

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Conflict and insecurity in the Central African Republic (CAR) has taken a heavy toll on civilians for many years.  In 2004 Aicha was brutalized...

DR Congo: Lives and futures of three million children at risk,...

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Whole villages have been set ablaze, health centres and schools ransacked, and entire families – including children – hacked to death, in a...

‘No place’ for coups in today’s world, UN chief tells Myanmar military 

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On the opening day of a new UN Human Rights Council session on Monday, UN Secretary-General António Guterres reiterated his “full support to the people of Myanmar”, three weeks after the military takeover that...

UN human rights experts alarmed by rise in use of lèse-majesté...

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The lèse-majesté provision of Thailand’s criminal code prohibits defaming, insulting or threatening the royal family, and carries severe punishments for those found guilty. 🇹🇭 UN...

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