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PRESS RELEASE On World AIDS Day, Secretary-General Calls on World Leaders to Unite in Common Cause to End Epidemic by 2030 SECRETARY-GENERAL PRESS RELEASE On this World AIDS Day, I welcome the tremendous progress the world is making in responding to the AIDS epidemic. This year, world leaders made a […]

On World AIDS Day, Secretary-General Calls on World Leaders to ...

Statement by Michelle Bachelet, Executive Director, UN Women United Nations, New York — UN Women expresses indignation and condemns the cowardly attack on Malala Yousafzai, a 14-year-old girl in Pakistan who was targeted for speaking out on the rights of girls to education and to live free of violence. We […]

UN Women Condemns Attack On Girl In Pakistan

World Aids Day Message from Michel Sidibé Executive Director of UNAIDS 1 December 2011 Never before in the history of AIDS have we reached a moment where we are able to stand up and say with conviction the end of AIDS is in sight. It has been a year of […]

Game Changing Year

1 December 2011 Heading into the fourth decade of AIDS, we are finally in a position to end the epidemic. The progress we have made so far is proof that we can realize our vision of zero new HIV infections, zero discrimination and zero AIDS-related deaths. The number of new […]


THE SECRETARY-GENERAL 12 August 2011 “Change Our World” is more than the theme of this year’s International Youth Day; it is an injunction that should inspire young people at all times. Far too many of the world’s more than one billion young people lack the education, freedom and opportunities they […]


UN UPR Consultation
by Orita Bailey The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in collaboration with the Ministry of Justice, and the Department of Social Services, held consultations with Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO’s) yesterday 7th September 2010, in line with it’s obligations to the United Nations Human Rights Council.

Consultations on Human Rights Held in the Federation