Make migration work for all: UN Secretary-General
Solidarity with the world’s 258 million migrants has never been more urgent, the UN Secretary-General said on Monday.
Fair trial concerns for Nigeria’s Boko Haram suspects
Concerns have been raised by the UN about the trials of more than 2,000 suspected Boko Haram militants in Nigeria.
UN Peacekeeping chief in South Sudan
Peace initiatives in South Sudan cannot advance unless fighting comes to an end and the humanitarian situation of the people improves, the head of UN peacekeeping operations has said.
North-east Nigeria’s problems are principally due to long-term “development failures” compounded by a Boko Haram terrorist insurgency that’s provoked a “crisis of global magnitude.”
International community urged to avert repeat of CAR crisis
The international community is being urged by the UN Emergency Relief Coordinator to “sustain support” for the Central African Republic or CAR.
Urgent appeal for civilian protection in Syria: UN chief
An urgent appeal has been made by the UN Secretary-General for combatants in Syria’s six-year civil war to do “everything in their power to protect civilians.”
LGBTI workers get a boost from UN’s Michael Møller
The 82 girls from Chibok, Nigeria, recently released by the Boko Haram terrorist group, have an “uphill road to climb” reintegrating into society, a UN expert has warned.
Survivors of rape or sexual slavery should never again face “the prison of stigma” described by some of them as a “living death”, the acting UN special envoy on sexual violence in conflict, has said.
Release of 82 more kidnapped Chibok girls welcomed by UN