UN Photo/Jean Marc Ferré Secretary-General António Guterres addresses the 108th Session of the International Labour Conference in Geneva. (21 June 2019)
In his speech to delegates at the International Labour Organization’s Centenary Conference in Geneva, Secretary-General António Guterres applauded a landmark international agreement banning violence and harassment in the workplace. He congratulated Member States for “building upon a legacy of achievement, guided by that age-old vision of social justice through social dialogue and international cooperation”.
UN Photo/Manuel Elias Secretary-General António Guterres makes remarks at the Launch of the United Nations Strategy and Plan of Action on Hate Speech meeting.
Secretary-General António Guterres declares war on hate speech, telling Member States that we all need to do better at looking out for each other. “Hate speech may have gained a foothold, but it is now on notice”, he said, launching the UN Strategy and Plan of Action on Hate Speech. “We will never stop confronting it”.
UN Photo/Mark Garten Secretary-General António Guterres (right) takes part in a live-streamed conversation with Melinda Gates (2nd right) and Jack Ma, Co-chairs of the High-level Panel on Digital Cooperation.
The digital future must be safer and more inclusive, says a new tech report, “The Age of Digital Interdependence”, released on 10 June 2019 by the UN High Level Panel on Digital Cooperation, almost a year after the Panel was launched by Secretary-General António Guterres.
UN Russia/Yury Kochkin Secretary-General António Guterres (on screen) addresses the opening session of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum 2019 (SPIEF).
In a world where international relations have become "more chaotic," world leaders must avoid a new Cold War, UN Secretary-General António Guterres tells delegates attending the International Economic Forum, in the Russian city of Saint Petersburg.
UNFCCC/James Dowson Secretary-General António Guterres receives the Charlemagne Prize in Aachen, Germany on 30 May 2019.
With the post-world war international institutions eroded and under threat, a “strong and united Europe” standing alongside the United Nations, has never been more essential, said UN chief António Guterres in the ancient continental capital of Aachen, Germany, where he received the Charlemagne Prize awarded each year since 1950 for services towards European unification.
António Guterres (left) meets internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Bangassou, Central African Republic
Special Measures for Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse: A New Approach
Based on the work of a high-level task force appointed by the Secretary-General, the report lays out a strategy to achieve visible and measurable improvements in the way the United Nations prevents and responds to sexual exploitation and abuse. The strategy is victim-centred and rooted in transparency, accountability and ensuring justice.