INFORMATION BRIEF ON SDG ACCELERATION ACTIONS

BACKGROUND More than ever, people and countries everywhere rely on the United Nations to rise to the challenges of the
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16 June 2020

The June month is dedicated to commemoration of the SOWETO uprising that took place on 16 June 1976. It was
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Lomé, 25 May 2020 : The West African Human Rights Defenders Network (WAHRDN) denounces a counter-terrorism imbued with a silent genocide on the Fulani people in Burkina Faso.

Lomé, 25 May 2020 : The West African Human Rights Defenders Network (WAHRDN) denounces a counter-terrorism imbued with a silent
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Press release of the Special Rapporteur on Human Rights Defenders and Focal Point on Reprisals in Africa on the protection of Human Rights Defenders during the COVID-19 pandemic

French versionEnglish version Portuguese version Twitter The Special Rapporteur on Human Rights Defenders and Focal Point on Reprisals in Africa,
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On 1 May 2020, Human Rights Institute of South Africa (HURISA) issued Statement for observation of International Workers Day – 1 May Workers Day

The global community was caught unexpected by a daunting epidemic that is plunging humanity unabated worldwide. Sadly, this invisible is
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Accessible to Quality Education to All Learners

We hope this mail reach you in good health and safe under this difficult period of COVID19. On the occasion
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Rationale for everyone to wear a face-mask to reduce Coronavirus transmission

Face-masks are routinely used by healthcare workers to prevent the nosocomial spread of infections in hospitals. There has been considerable
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UNAIDS is deeply saddened by the death of pioneering HIV scientist and researcher Gita Ramjee

GENEVA/PRETORIA, 2 April 2020—UNAIDS is shocked and saddened by the sudden death of Gita Ramjee, who died of COVID-19 related
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Civil Society Response to COVID-19

Civil Society calls for governmental and non-governmental actors to apply the “Leave No one Behind” principle when responding to COVID-19.
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SA COVID-19 cases rises

Health Media Release Fellow South Africans, as at today, the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases is 1187.We must outrightly
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