World leaders have a “collective responsibility” to stop human trafficking and modern slavery, the UN chief told members of the Security Council on Tuesday.
UN chief “horrified” by reports of alleged slavery of migrants in Libya
The UN Secretary-General is calling for an investigation into reports of alleged slavery of migrant workers in Libya.
How do you overcome years of sexual slavery, despite scars which will always remain?
Grizelda Grootboom knows the answer, and in September, she joined the Secretary-General at the UN’s main podium, to tell her story.
No country is “immune” from the scourge of modern slavery and the path that many of its victims take “can often by very similar”.
Governments must allocate more resources towards stamping out online child pornography and child sexual exploitation, issues that affect all countries worldwide.
The scourge of human trafficking needs to become “a real priority for international cooperation,” the UN Secretary-General urged on Wednesday.
A slave uprising in the Caribbean nearly 300 years ago represents a symbolic victory for human rights and freedom.
UN condemns killing of peacekeeper in Darfur
The UN has strongly condemned the killing of a peacekeeper from Nigeria, who was on a routine patrol in the north Darfur region of Sudan.
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.
Starvation “an inevitability” in vast swathe of Africa and Yemen, says UNHCR