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  • Conflict-related civilian casualties in Ukraine

    December 2019 From 1 to 31 December 2019, Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) recorded three conflict-related civilian casualties, a 25 per cent decrease compared with November 2019. A man was killed by SALW[2] fire in Government-controlled part of Donetsk region; a man was injured by light weapons fire in territory controlled by the self-proclaimed ‘Donetsk people’s republic’; and a man was injured as a result of ERW handling[3] in Government-controlled part of Donetsk region.

  • The United Nations launches 75th anniversary dialogues: The biggest global conversation on the world's future starts now.

    January 1, 2020 saw the launch of the UN75 initiative - the largest, most inclusive conversation on the role of global cooperation in building a better future for all. The initiative will see the UN spark dialogues throughout 2020 in diverse settings across the world.  In a ‘global reality check’, four innovative data streams will build the first ever repository of crowd-sourced solutions to major global challenges. 

  • “Health is a human right and condition for everybody prosper and to develop” – Head of WHO Office in Ukraine

    On 12 December world is commemorating Universal Health Coverage Day, this date is the anniversary of the first unanimous United Nations resolution calling for all nations to provide for their citizens affordable, quality health care. UN in Ukraine met with chief WHO person in Ukraine to discuss situation with health coverage in the country, improvements and potential challenges that health system in Ukraine is facing nowadays.

  • LEASE AGREEMENTS AND COMPENSATION FOR DAMAGE: UN CALLS ON THE GOVERNMENT TO ACT IN LINE WITH INTERNATIONAL LAW

    “We had been waiting for this home for 35 years, we lived there for three months, and now we are homeless,” Liudmyla, a pensioner who had worked all her life at a factory, told us standing in an empty damp room in Adviidka, 15 Vorobiova Street. 

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