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Secretary-General at the Meeting with Pacific Islands Forum Leaders (22 September 2017) Statement by the Secretary-General on Secretariat Peace and Security Strategy (14 February 2017) Statement by the Secretary-General to the General Assembly at the High-level Dialogue on ‘Building sustainable peace for all: synergies between the 2030 agenda for sustainable development and sustaining peace’ (24 January 2017) Statement by the Secretary-General to the Security Council Open Debate on "Maintenance of International Peace and Security: Conflict Prevention and Sustaining Peace" (10 January 2017) 2016 Secretary-General's remarks to the Security Council Open Debate on Women, Peace and Security (25 October 2016) Secretary-General's remarks at Pacific Islands Forum Leaders Meeting (23 September 2016) Secretary-General's message to the High-level event on Achieving Peaceful, Just, and Inclusive Societies for Sustainable Development  (22 September 2016) Secretary-General's remarks to Peacebuilding Fund Pledging Conference: 'Invest in Sustaining Peace' (21 September 2016) Secretary-General’s remarks at youth event in Galle, Sri Lanka: Reconciliation and Coexistence: The Role of Youth (1 September 2016) Secretary-General's remarks at Security Council Open Debate on Peacebuilding in Africa (28 July 2016) Secretary-General's Informal Briefing to the General Assembly on UN Peace Operations, the Peacebuilding Architecture and the Implementation of Security Council Resolution 1325 (2000) (9 June 2016) Secretary-General's remarks at event on “United Nations Peace Operations Review: Taking stock, leveraging opportunities and charting the way forward" (11 April 2016) Statement attributable to the Spokesman for the Secretary-General on the Adoption of Resolutions on the Peacebuilding Architecture in the General Assembly and the Security Council (27 April 2016) Secretary-General’s address to the National Defense College of Oman, “The United Nations and Conflict Prevention in a Changing World” (1 February 2016) Secretary-General's Informal Briefing to the General Assembly (14 January 2016) Statement by the Secretary-General at the General Assembly Presentation of the Plan of Action to Prevent Violent Extremism (15 January 2016) 2015 Secretary-General's message to Taize Community European Meeting of Young Adults (28 December 2015) Secretary-General's briefing to the Security Council on Peace Operations (20 November 2015) Secretary-General's Remarks to Security Council Open Debate on "Security, Development and the Root Causes of Conflicts" (17 November 2015) Secretary-General's remarks at IPI Forum on the Future of Global Governance (23 October 2015) Secretary-General's Remarks at Launch of Global Study of Security Council Resolution 1325 (14 October 2015) Secretary-General's remarks to Security Council open debate on Women, Peace and Security (13 October 2015) Secretary-General's remarks at High-Level Thematic Debate of the General Assembly marking the 70th Anniversary of the United Nations under the theme: "Maintenance of International Peace and Security" (1 October 2015) Secretary-General's Message to High-Level Meeting on a New Approach to Peacebuilding (29 September 2015) Secretary-General's remarks opening of the 70th session of the General Assembly (15 September 2015) Secretary-General's message to Global Forum on Youth, Peace and Security (21 August 2015) Secretary-General's remarks to International Conference on Development of Parliamentarianism (11 June 2015) Secretary-General's remarks upon receiving honorary degree from Catholic University of Leuven (28 May 2015) Secretary-General's remarks at high-level General Assembly debate on Strengthening Cooperation between the UN and Regional and Sub-Regional Organizations (4 May 2015) Secretary-General's opening remarks at high-level retreat with heads of regional and other organizations (1 May 2015) Secretary-General's remarks at Open Debate on the Role of Youth in Countering Violent Extremism and Promoting Peace (23 April 2015) Secretary-General's Remarks to Security Council on "Cooperation between the UN and Regional and Sub-Regional Organizations (EU)" (9 March 2015) Statement attributable to the Spokesman for the Secretary-General on Guinea (10 February 2015) Secretary-General's remarks to Security Council Debate on "Inclusive Development for the Maintenance of International Peace and Security" (19 January 2015) 2014 Secretary-General's remarks at the Economic and Social Council Meeting on Ebola: A Threat to Sustainable Development (5 December 2014) Secretary-General's remarks at Meeting with Pacific Islands Forum Leaders (26 September 2014) Secretary-General's video message on the Occasion of Peacebuilding Day (16 June 2014) Secretary-General's Remarks at Closing Ceremony for the United Nations Integrated Peacebuilding Office in Sierra Leone (5 March 2014) Secretary-General's remarks to the Security Council on "Cooperation between the UN and Regional and Sub-regional Organizations" (European Union) (14 February 2014) 2013 Secretary-General's message to Meeting of the International Contact Group on the Central African Republic (8 November 2013) Secretary-General's Remarks at General Assembly Thematic Debate on the Peaceful Resolution of Conflicts in Africa (25 April 2013) Secretary-General's message to Symposium on "The Role of Interfaith Dialogue in Peacebuilding and Women Empowerment” (12 February 2013) Secretary-General's remarks to Security Council open debate on United Nations Peacekeeping: A Multidisciplinary Approach (21 January 2013) 2012 Remarks by the Secretary-General to the Security Council Open Debate on Post-Conflict Peacebuilding  (20 December 2012) Remarks by the Secretary-General to the Peacebuilding Fund High-level Stakeholders meeting  (29 November 2012) Remarks by the Assistant Secretary-General for Peacebuilding Support to the opening session of the PBF High-level Stakeholders meeting  (29 November 2012) Secretary-General's remarks at High-level Event on "Peacebuilding: Way towards Sustainable Peace and Security" (25 September 2012) Secretary-General's remarks to Security Council debate on Report of the Peacebuilding Commission on its Fifth Session (12 July 2012) Remarks at the Centre for Strategic and International Studies: "Building and Sustaining Peace: The UN Role in Post-Conflict Situations"  (7 May 2012) Secretary-General's message to the Friends of the Central African Republic (5 April 2012) 2011 Remarks by the Secretary-General to the Peacebuilding Fund High-level Stakeholders meeting  (22 November 2011) Remarks by the Assistant Secretary-General for Peacebuilding Support to the opening session of the PBF High-level Stakeholders meeting  (22 November 2011) Remarks by the Assistant Secretary-General for Peacebuilding Support to the Security Council  (31 October 2011) Secretary-General's remarks at closing of the 65th Session of the General Assembly (12 September 2011) Secretary-General's message to Partners' Roundtable on the Central African Republic (17 June 2011) Statement attributable to the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General on upcoming roundtable of the partners of the Central African Republic (15 June 2011) Secretary-General's remarks at the launch of the UN Peacebuilding Fund's engagement in Guatemala (16 March 2011) Secretary-General's remarks to the Security Council thematic debate on "Interlinkages between Peace, Security and Development" (11 February 2011) 2010 Secretary-General's remarks to Peacebuilding Fund High-Level Stakeholders Meeting (4 November 2010) Secretary-General's Video Message on Peacebuilding (4 November 2010) Secretary-General's remarks to the Security Council on peacebuilding (13 October 2010) Secretary-General's remarks to High-Level Side Event on Addressing Peacebuilding and Development Challenges in the Central African Republic (20 September 2010) Secretary-General's remarks to National Actors (9 June 2010) Secretary-General's remarks to Security Council Open Debate on Post-Conflict Peacebuilding (16 April 2010) Secretary-General's remarks to informal consultation on the 2010 review of the UN Peacebuilding Architecture (17 February 2010) Secretary-General's remarks to Security Council open debate on transition and exit strategies for peacekeeping operations (12 February 2010) Secretary-General's remarks to the Summit of the African Union - "An Agenda for Prosperity and Peace"  (31 January 2010) 2009 Secretary-General's remarks at Forum on the Food and Economic Crises in Post-Conflict Countries (29 October 2009) Secretary-General's Address at Uppsala University (1 October 2009) Secretary-General's remarks to the Security Council on peacebuilding (22 July 2009) Secretary-General's remarks to the formal meeting of the Organizational Committee of the Peacebuilding Commission (13 July 2009) Secretary-General's address on UN peacekeeping (7 July 2009) Secretary-General's remarks at meeting with members of the Joint Foreign Affairs Committee (7 July 2009) Secretary-General's remarks to High-Level Special Session of the Peacebuilding Commission on Sierra Leone (10 June 2009) 2008 Address to the Constituent Assembly of Nepal (1 November 2008) Secretary-General's remarks at the High-Level meeting on Africa's development needs (22 September 2008) Secretary-General's remarks to the Breakfast Meeting with the Japan Institute for International Affairs (1 July 2008) Secretary-General's remarks at the closing meeting of the Second Session of the Peacebuilding Commission (23 June 2008) Secretary-General's remarks to the Security Council debate on post-conflict stabilization: Peace after war (20 May 2008) Secretary-General addresses the Peacebuilding Commission High-level Stakeholders Consultation on Sierra Leone (19 May 2008) Address to the 1st Retreat of the Peacebuilding Commission (18 January 2008) 2007 Secretary-General's message on the inauguration of H.E. (...) Chamber of Commerce (11 October 2007) Secretary-General's remarks to the Security Council at open debate on conflict prevention and resolution, particularly in Africa (28 August 2007) Secretary-General's remarks on the conclusion of the first session of the United Nations Peacebuilding Commission (27 June 2007) Secretary-General's message to the Donor Roundtable Conference on Burundi (24 May 2007) Statement attributable to the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General on the Peacebuilding Fund in support of Sierra Leone (1 March 2007) Secretary-General's address to the Summit of the African Union (29 January 2007) Secretary-General's remarks at the Security Council meeting on Threats to International Peace and Security (8 January 2007) Donate facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram Footer A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Meetings Coverage | Meetings Coverage and Press Releases Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Meetings Coverage and Press Releases Search the United Nations Search Advanced Search Toggle navigation Home Secretary-General Latest Press Releases Press Conferences General Assembly Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases Security Council Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases Press Conferences Economic and Social Council Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases International Court of Justice Meetings Coverage Meetings Coverage 1 February 2022 PBC/141 Outlining 2022 Priorities, Peacebuilding Commission Chair Cites Focus on Women, Youth, Support for Pandemic Recovery, Sustainable Peace in Conflict-Affected Countries The Peacebuilding Commission will promote global solidarity to help mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on development and peacebuilding, while continuing to focus on empowering women and youth as critical partners in paving a path to sustainable peace, its newly elected Chair said today at the opening of its sixteenth session. 31 January 2022 SC/14784 Security Council Extends Mandate of United Nations Support Mission in Libya for Three Months, Unanimously Adopting Resolution 2619 (2022) The Security Council, acting unanimously today, decided to extend for three months the mandate of its special political mission in Libya. 31 January 2022 SC/14783 Situation along Russian Federation-Ukraine Border Can Only Be Resolved through Diplomacy, Political Affairs Chief Tells Security Council Calling for de-escalation of tensions along the borders between Ukraine and the Russian Federation, the United Nations political affairs chief told the Security Council today that any military intervention by one country in another would be against international law and the Charter of the United Nations, as Moscow denied any intention of launching a war on that neighbouring State. 27 January 2022 SC/14778 Security Council Extends Mandate of United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus for Six Months, Unanimously Adopting Resolution 2618 (2022) The Security Council extended the mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) for six months — until on 31 July — expressing serious concern about several issues, including the continued violations of the military status quo along the ceasefire lines. 27 January 2022 SC/14779 As Humanitarian Situation in Syria Worsens, Emergency Relief Coordinator Tells Security Council ‘Failure Each Year Cannot Be Our Strategy’ Amid a bitter winter, continuing outbreaks of violence and an ever-deepening economic crisis, humanitarian needs in Syria are dwarfed by the funding available to meet them, the United Nations humanitarian chief informed the Security Council today, as speakers expressed concern about a harrowing siege in a prison in the north-east of the country. 27 January 2022 SC/14780 Prison Attack in Syria’s North-East Proof That ISIL/Da’esh a Resurgent Threat to Regional Stability, Counter-Terrorism Chief Tells Security Council The recent prison attack in north-east Syria serves as a reminder that Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL/Da’esh) still poses a grave threat in the region, across Africa and beyond, the Head of the United Nations Office of Counter-Terrorism told the Security Council today in a late-breaking meeting called by the Russian Federation. 26 January 2022 SC/14776 With Afghanistan ‘Hanging by a Thread’, Security Council Delegates Call on Taliban to Tackle Massive Security, Economic Concerns, Respect Women’s Equal Rights Now is the time for the Taliban to expand opportunity for the people of Afghanistan and demonstrate a real commitment to be a part of the global community, delegates in the Security Council stressed today, amid calls from the Secretary-General and other briefers to reverse sharp curtailments of human rights, first and foremost for women and girls. 26 January 2022 SC/14777 Uprising in Syrian Prison by Detainees with Suspected Ties to Islamic State Sparks Fears of Resurgent Terrorism, Special Envoy Warns Security Council An attempted prison break by detainees with suspected links to Islamic State groups — and subsequent clashes involving international forces — have once again raised the spectre of resurgent terrorism in Syria’s decade-long civil conflict, the senior United Nations official in the country warned the Security Council today, as he briefed members on recent developments. 25 January 2022 SC/14775 Urban Warfare Devastates 50 Million People Worldwide, Speakers Tell Security Council, Calling for Effective Tools to End Impunity, Improve Humanitarian Response Urban warfare will continue to devastate, kill and maim civilians around the world unless States adopt effective tools to reverse the current trend of impunity and all parties abide by international humanitarian law, briefers told the Security Council today during an open debate on war in cities and protecting civilians. 24 January 2022 GA/12402 Delegates Highlight Central Role of United Nations in Promoting Multilateralism, as General Assembly Concludes Debate on Secretary-General’s 2022 Priorities The General Assembly concluded today its debate on the Secretary-General’s priorities for 2022, as delegates called for strengthened international cooperation and multilateralism as key to achieving those strategic objectives. 24 January 2022 SC/14772 Newly Created Road Map Committee Aims to Advance Electoral Process, Stability in Libya, as Country Faces Fragile Juncture, Under-Secretary-General Tells Security Council Libya’s newly established road map committee aims at advancing the electoral process following postponed December 2021 elections and moving the nation along the path towards stability, United Nations and civil society briefers told the Security Council today. 21 January 2022 GA/12401 Secretary-General Urges Action to Extinguish ‘Five-Alarm Global Fire’, as He Presents Annual Report on United Nations Work, Priorities for 2022 in General Assembly At the start of a year in which the world continues to be destabilized by an ever-raging pandemic and multiplying conflicts and crises, Secretary-General António Guterres briefed the General Assembly today on his urgent priorities for 2022, calling upon countries to mobilize against a “five-alarm global fire”, referring to COVID-19, the climate crisis, an unprincipled global financial system, lawlessness in cyberspace, and a rise in violent conflict. 20 January 2022 SC/14770 Upcoming Elections Offer Historic Opportunity to Widen Colombia’s Democracy, Special Representative Tells Security Council Five years after its signing, the Final Agreement for Ending the Conflict and Building a Stable and Lasting Peace in Colombia is setting down ever deeper roots, the Special Representative for the country told the Security Council today, as he called on the Government, political parties, former combatants and Colombians across the diverse nation to intensify implementation of the landmark accord ahead of congressional elections. 20 January 2022 GA/12400 Condemning Holocaust Denial, General Assembly Adopts Resolution Urging Development of Educational Programmes to Prevent Genocide Acts among Future Generations Rejecting and condemning Holocaust denial, the General Assembly urged Member States today to develop educational programmes that will inculcate future generations with the lessons of the atrocity to prevent acts of genocide. 19 January 2022 SC/14769 Without Prospect of End to Occupation, Middle East Region Faces Irreversible, Dangerous Collapse, Special Coordinator Tells Security Council Eight months after a fragile ceasefire ended full-scale fighting in the Gaza Strip, the senior United Nations official for the Middle East peace process told the Security Council that the situation is once again characterized by daily clashes and rising tensions, as he warned delegates against piecemeal approaches and diplomatic “half measures” that will only let the conflict fester further. 18 January 2022 SC/14768 Prospects for Women Peacebuilders Vastly Worse than before Pandemic as Spoilers Ramp Up Action Aimed at Silencing Their Voices, Human Rights Chief Warns Security Council Despite best efforts to ensure that peace is built by and for women, the prospects for their participation in the very negotiations intended to secure their future are “vastly worse” than before the pandemic, the High Commissioner for Human Rights told the Security Council today, as she and other experts warned of an insidious uptick in a host of actions by spoilers aimed at silencing their voices. 17 January 2022 SC/14766 Briefing Security Council on Darfur, Prosecutor Urges Sudan Government Provide International Criminal Court Safe Access to Crime Scenes, Witnesses While Sudan remains at a delicate stage of its political transition following its 2018 popular uprising and an October 2021 military coup, accelerated cooperation with the International Criminal Court is the only viable path to ensuring long-delayed justice for the survivors of crimes against humanity in Darfur, the body’s top prosecutor told the Security Council today. 12 January 2022 SC/14764 Mutual Distrust, Competing Priorities Hampering Efforts to Resolve Conflict in Yemen, Special Envoy Tells Security Council amid Calls for Progress With warring parties locked in a cycle of distrust and disagreement over competing priorities, efforts to resolve the conflict in Yemen — now in its eighth year — are hitting the same obstacles as in years past, the senior United Nations mediator told the Security Council today as delegates explored ways to harness the power of women in charting the country’s future. 11 January 2022 SC/14762 Economic Sanctions on Mali Tightened as West African Leaders Reject Proposed Timetable for Presidential Election, Special Representative Tells Security Council Sanctions imposed on Mali in December 2021 were upheld and new restrictions imposed, following an extraordinary meeting held by the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) over the weekend to assess the situation in the strife‑torn country, the senior United Nations official for Mali told the Security Council today. 10 January 2022 SC/14761 Organized Crime Perpetuating Instability, Violence, Poverty across West Africa, Sahel, Executive Director Tells Security Council Piracy and armed robbery at sea are costing Gulf of Guinea States $1.94 billion annually, with an additional $1.4 billion being lost in port fees and import tariffs, a senior United Nations official told the Security Council today, as the 15-member organ explored ways to address recent security challenges in West Africa and the Sahel.   Page 1 ›› Highlights Round-up of the Security Council's activities New York, Jan-Dec 2021 Main part of the 76th session of the General Assembly New York, Sep-Dec 2021 65th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women New York, 15-26 March 2021 Daily Noon Briefing 1 February 2022 The High Commissioner for Human Rights expressed alarm at the continued disappearance of six people abducted in Kabul two weeks ago in connection with recent women’s rights protests.  (...) 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In accordance with this vision, the 47th Session of the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) that was a High-Level virtual event on Food Security and Nutrition, from 8-11 February 2021, held a global thematic event entitled “CFS Framework for Action for Food Security and Nutrition in Protracted Crises”. (...) Women are especially vulnerable to food insecurity and its health consequences. 2) Gender food security Food security is defined as having four main pillars: availability, access, utilization and stability. (...) Discuss Gender food security and possibility to improve gender blindness of women's roles in and contributions to food security; 4.
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United Nations for a better world and the responsibility of the Security Council in maintaining international peace and security 29.  Statement by the President of the Security Council [in connection with the Achille Lauro incident] 30.  Letter dated 16 December 1985 from the Permanent Representative of the United States of America to the United Nations addressed to the President of the Security Council 31.  Letter dated 5 July 1988 from the Acting Permanent Representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the United Nations addressed to the President of the Security Council   Statement by the President of the Security Council [in connection with hostage-taking and abduction] Statement by the President of the Security Council [in connection with the incidents at the Rome and Vienna airports] Statement by the President of the Security Council [fortieth anniversary of the first meeting of the Security Council and the inauguration on 1 January 1986 of the International Year of Peace] United Nations for a better world and the responsibility of the Security Council in maintaining international peace and security Español عربي Français 中文 Русский Facebook Twitter YouTube Flickr UN Social Media UNITED NATIONS A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Meetings Coverage and Press Releases Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: English Français Meetings Coverage and Press Releases Search the United Nations Search Advanced Search Toggle navigation Home Secretary-General Latest Press Releases Press Conferences General Assembly Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases Security Council Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases Press Conferences Economic and Social Council Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases International Court of Justice We’ve got the United Nations covered General Assembly Meetings coverage, press releases, press conferences, committees Secretary-General Press releases, press conferences, statements, official travel Security Council Meetings coverage, press releases, press conferences Economic and Social Council Meetings coverage, press releases, press conferences Meetings Coverage Summaries of official meetings and events at UN Headquarters and overseas conferences. 1 February 2022 Outlining 2022 Priorities, Peacebuilding Commission Chair Cites Focus on Women, Youth, Support for Pandemic Recovery, Sustainable Peace in Conflict-Affected Countries The Peacebuilding Commission will promote global solidarity to help mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on development and peacebuilding, while continuing to focus on empowering women and... 31 January 2022 Situation along Russian Federation-Ukraine Border Can Only Be Resolved through Diplomacy, Political Affairs Chief Tells Security Council Calling for de-escalation of tensions along the borders between Ukraine and the Russian Federation, the United Nations political affairs chief told the Security Council today that any military... 31 January 2022 Security Council Extends Mandate of United Nations Support Mission in Libya for Three Months, Unanimously Adopting Resolution 2619 (2022) The Security Council, acting unanimously today, decided to extend for three months the mandate of its special political mission in Libya. 27 January 2022 Prison Attack in Syria’s North-East Proof That ISIL/Da’esh a Resurgent Threat to Regional Stability, Counter-Terrorism Chief Tells Security Council The recent prison attack in north-east Syria serves as a reminder that Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL/Da’esh) still poses a grave threat in the region, across Africa and beyond, the Head... 27 January 2022 As Humanitarian Situation in Syria Worsens, Emergency Relief Coordinator Tells Security Council ‘Failure Each Year Cannot Be Our Strategy’ Amid a bitter winter, continuing outbreaks of violence and an ever-deepening economic crisis, humanitarian needs in Syria are dwarfed by the funding available to meet them, the United Nations... 27 January 2022 Security Council Extends Mandate of United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus for Six Months, Unanimously Adopting Resolution 2618 (2022) The Security Council extended the mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) for six months — until on 31 July — expressing serious concern about several issues, including... 26 January 2022 Uprising in Syrian Prison by Detainees with Suspected Ties to Islamic State Sparks Fears of Resurgent Terrorism, Special Envoy Warns Security Council An attempted prison break by detainees with suspected links to Islamic State groups — and subsequent clashes involving international forces — have once again raised the spectre of resurgent terrorism... 26 January 2022 With Afghanistan ‘Hanging by a Thread’, Security Council Delegates Call on Taliban to Tackle Massive Security, Economic Concerns, Respect Women’s Equal Rights Now is the time for the Taliban to expand opportunity for the people of Afghanistan and demonstrate a real commitment to be a part of the global community, delegates in the Security Council stressed... More Meetings Coverage Press Releases Press releases from the main United Nations bodies, as well as offices and departments of the Secretariat. 2 February 2022 Security Council Press Statement on the Situation in Myanmar The following Security Council press statement was issued today by Council President Vasily Nebenzya (Russian Federation): 1 February 2022 Secretary-General Condemns Ballistic Missile Launch by Democratic People’s Republic of Korea as Breach of 2018 Moratorium The following statement was issued today by the Spokesman for UN Secretary-General António Guterres: 1 February 2022 Secretary-General Appoints Major General Benjamin Olufemi Sawyerr of Nigeria Force Commander, United Nations Interim Security Force for Abyei United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres today announced the appointment of Major General Benjamin Olufemi Sawyerr of Nigeria as Force Commander for the United Nations Interim Security Force... 1 February 2022 Invoking Olympic Truce, Secretary-General Makes ‘Strongest Possible’ Appeal for All Parties in Ethiopia to Immediately Cease Hostilities The following statement was issued today by the Spokesman for UN Secretary-General António Guterres: 1 February 2022 Secretary-General Deeply Concerned over Heavy Fighting in Guinea-Bissau The following statement was issued today by the Spokesman for UN Secretary-General António Guterres: 30 January 2022 Secretary-General Expresses Solidarity with People of Myanmar, Aspirations for Inclusive, Democratic Society, Stressing Need to See Concrete Results The following statement was issued today by the Spokesman for UN Secretary-General António Guterres: 28 January 2022 1.7 Billion People at Risk from Neglected Tropical Diseases, Deputy Secretary-General Warns in Observance Message, Calling for Action to End Poverty, Inequality Following is the text of UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed’s video message for World Neglected Tropical Diseases Day 2022, observed on 30 January: 28 January 2022 Security Council 1970 Sanctions Committee Amends One Entry on Its Sanctions List On 28 January 2022, the Security Council Committee established pursuant to resolution 1970 (2011) concerning Libya enacted the amendments, specified with strikethrough and underline, in the entry... 28 January 2022 Secretary-General, Celebrating Lunar New Year of the Tiger, Calls for Courage, Tenacity, Boldness in Confronting Climate Change, COVID-19 Crisis Following is UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres' message for the Lunar New Year, observed on 31 January: 27 January 2022 Security Council Press Statement on Colombia The following Security Council press statement was issued today by Council President Mona Juul (Norway): More Press Releases Highlights Round-up of the Security Council's activities New York, Jan-Dec 2021 Main part of the 76th session of the General Assembly New York, Sep-Dec 2021 65th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women New York, 15-26 March 2021 Daily Noon Briefing 2 February 2022 World Wetlands Day, observed on 2 February, is being celebrated under the theme “Wetlands Action for People and Nature”, highlighting the importance of actions to ensure the conservation and sustainable use of wetlands for human and planetary health. Latest Noon Briefings Press Conferences 1 February 2022 Press Conference by Security Council President on Programme of Work for January The Security Council will address the implementation of the Minsk agreements and explore the adverse consequences of sanctions, its President for February told a Headquarters press conference today.
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Food security, nutrition and health Moderator : Sandile Simelane, UNFPA This session will present new data on food security and nutrition that has become available during 2020 and also new analysis of the affordability of healthy diets. (...) COVID-19 and food security  Moderator : Vladimira Kantorova, Population Division/DESA This session will address various pathways of impacts of Covid-19 on food security and nutrition. (...) Contributed papers  Background documents  Report of the Secretary-General on population, food security, nutrition and sustainable development ( E/CN.9/2020/2 ) Report of the Secretary-General on programmes and interventions for the implementation of the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development in the context of population, food security, nutrition and sustainable development ( E/CN.9/2020/3 ) Other resources  High-level Political Forum 2020 background note on ending hunger and achieving food security High-level Panel of Experts issues paper on the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on food security and nutrition High-level Panel of Experts report Food Security and Nutrition: Global Narrative towards 2030      tags:  2020 Expert Group Meeting Nutrition Food security COVID-19 Sustainable development تبرعوا التذييل شروط الإستخدام بيان الخصوصيات تحذير من عمليات إحتيال أسئلة شائعة حقوق النشر والطبع اتصل بنا دليل الموقع
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Food security, nutrition and health Moderator : Sandile Simelane, UNFPA This session will present new data on food security and nutrition that has become available during 2020 and also new analysis of the affordability of healthy diets. (...) COVID-19 and food security  Moderator : Vladimira Kantorova, Population Division/DESA This session will address various pathways of impacts of Covid-19 on food security and nutrition. (...) Jennifer Clapp, University of Waterloo – COVID-19 and food security Louis Bockel and Padmini Gopal, FAO Regional Office for Africa – COVID-19 impact on value chains in Africa Moise Ballo, WFP – COVID-19, food security and nutrition: Practical examples of programmatic aspects of the response at the field level Alan de Brauw, IFPRI – Migration, COVID-19, and possible implications for food security   DAY 2: Thursday 29 October    FUTURE OUTLOOK FOR FOOD SYSTEMS – HAS COVID-19 CHANGED ANY ASSUMPTIONS? 
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Food security, nutrition and health Moderator : Sandile Simelane, UNFPA This session will present new data on food security and nutrition that has become available during 2020 and also new analysis of the affordability of healthy diets. (...) COVID-19 and food security  Moderator : Vladimira Kantorova, Population Division/DESA This session will address various pathways of impacts of Covid-19 on food security and nutrition. (...) Contributed papers  Background documents  Report of the Secretary-General on population, food security, nutrition and sustainable development ( E/CN.9/2020/2 ) Report of the Secretary-General on programmes and interventions for the implementation of the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development in the context of population, food security, nutrition and sustainable development ( E/CN.9/2020/3 ) Other resources  High-level Political Forum 2020 background note on ending hunger and achieving food security High-level Panel of Experts issues paper on the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on food security and nutrition High-level Panel of Experts report Food Security and Nutrition: Global Narrative towards 2030      tags:  2020 Expert Group Meeting Nutrition Food security COVID-19 Sustainable development Donate facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram Footer A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Food security, nutrition and health Moderator : Sandile Simelane, UNFPA This session will present new data on food security and nutrition that has become available during 2020 and also new analysis of the affordability of healthy diets. (...) COVID-19 and food security  Moderator : Vladimira Kantorova, Population Division/DESA This session will address various pathways of impacts of Covid-19 on food security and nutrition. (...) Contributed papers  Background documents  Report of the Secretary-General on population, food security, nutrition and sustainable development ( E/CN.9/2020/2 ) Report of the Secretary-General on programmes and interventions for the implementation of the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development in the context of population, food security, nutrition and sustainable development ( E/CN.9/2020/3 ) Other resources  High-level Political Forum 2020 background note on ending hunger and achieving food security High-level Panel of Experts issues paper on the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on food security and nutrition High-level Panel of Experts report Food Security and Nutrition: Global Narrative towards 2030      tags:  2020 Expert Group Meeting Nutrition Food security COVID-19 Sustainable development Пожертвования facebook twitter youtube flickr Подвал Указатель Наш адрес © ООН ЧАСТО ЗАДАВАЕМЫЕ ВОПРОСЫ Остерегайтесь мошенничества Конфиденциальность Условия пользования
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Score: 300693.77 - https://www.un.org/development/desa/pd/ru/node/3620
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Food security, nutrition and health Moderator : Sandile Simelane, UNFPA This session will present new data on food security and nutrition that has become available during 2020 and also new analysis of the affordability of healthy diets. (...) COVID-19 and food security  Moderator : Vladimira Kantorova, Population Division/DESA This session will address various pathways of impacts of Covid-19 on food security and nutrition. (...) Jennifer Clapp, University of Waterloo – COVID-19 and food security Louis Bockel and Padmini Gopal, FAO Regional Office for Africa – COVID-19 impact on value chains in Africa Moise Ballo, WFP – COVID-19, food security and nutrition: Practical examples of programmatic aspects of the response at the field level Alan de Brauw, IFPRI – Migration, COVID-19, and possible implications for food security   DAY 2: Thursday 29 October    FUTURE OUTLOOK FOR FOOD SYSTEMS – HAS COVID-19 CHANGED ANY ASSUMPTIONS? 
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Score: 300693.77 - https://www.un.org/development/desa/pd/fr/node/3620
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