The goal is to get two billion vaccine doses into the arms of around a quarter of the population of poorer countries by the end of 2021. How can it be done?
"We have witnessed good practices that women can contribute to peace but then they are not invited to the table," said the African Union Special Envoy for Women, Peace, and Security in an episode.
The Dag Hammarskjöld Library is pleased to announce a new initiative to bring our popular library training online. The training will be conducted in English and offered virtually via Microsoft Teams.
The young scientists joined from 17 countries in the Global South.
The UN Postal Administration is releasing the twelve new endangered species stamps on 7 April.
Invitation to the UN Chamber Music Society Virtual Concert in Celebration of the English & Spanish Language Days at the United Nations, on 23 April 2021
Invitation to the UN Chamber Music Society Virtual Concert in Celebration of Chinese Language Day on 20 April 2021.
Following or participating in the upcoming ECOSOC Youth Forum? Show your support for sustainable development with these gifts and books.
In his “Urbi et Orbi” Easter broadcast, Pope Francis thanked "United Nations personnel and to all engaged in the dangerous work of mine-clearing".
“I add my voice to that of the Secretary-General and other leaders, activists, and concerned citizens, to call on all nations to keep their eye on the end-goal of ridding the world of landmines."
“Landmines, explosive remnants of war and improvised explosive devices disproportionally affect the vulnerable, the forcibly displaced, the dispossessed, and children." - António Guterres
ON 19 March, the Secretary-General released his annual update on how the Organization is working to stamp out the “scourge” of sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) through its zero-tolerance policy.
For more than a decade, the socio-economic growth of Iraq has been undermined by conflict. Explosive remnants of war, mines and IEDs, have left many areas of the country off-limits.
In 2017, Mariah joined the UNMAS team in Adado, Somalia. Today, she serves her community by delivering explosive ordnance risk education sessions at public schools, madrassas and women’s gatherings.