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  • UN IN UKRAINE: WE SUPPORT KHARKIV PRIDE AND CALL ON THE LOCAL AUTHORITIES TO RESPECT HUMAN RIGHTS

    Kyiv, 4 September 2019 - Throughout 2019, the United Nations in Ukraine has attended and monitored various LGBT events throughout the country, including KyivPride in June and OdesaPride in August. The UN has welcomed the way in which law enforcement successfully and professionally addressed all security challenges, providing an opportunity for LGBT people and their supporters, as well as for counter-demonstrators, to exercise their right to freedom of peaceful assembly and freedom of expression.

  • Interview with Ukrainian UN peacekeeper in South Sudan

    The United Nations Mission in Sudan (UNMIS) started operations in 2005 on the basis of UN Security Council Resolution № 1590 on March 24, 2005. Today, Ukraine is involved in 8 UN-led peacekeeping and security operations in peacekeeping contingents. Four Ukrainians are taking part in the UN peacekeeping operation in the Republic of South Sudan. The UN Department of Global Communications interviewed one of the Ukrainian peacekeepers, Ivan Kushchenko.

  • Young climate champion Yevgenia Zasiadko from Ukraine awarded ‘Green Ticket’ to attend first ever UN Youth Climate Summit

    NEW YORK, 20 August — Secretary-General urges young people worldwide to join online and in local communities The United Nations today announced that 100 outstanding young climate champions chosen from around the world will receive support to participate in the UN Youth Climate Summit on Saturday, September 21 at the UN Headquarters in New York.

  • Voices of change in Ukraine: ILO community celebrates Centenary

    As the oldest specialized UN agency, the International Labour Organization celebrates its 100th anniversary this year. Exactly one hundred years ago, on 11 April 1919, the plenary session of the Paris Peace Conference accepted the draft ILO Constitution which became part of the Treaty of Versailles signed on 28 June 1919 to end World War I. This remarkable date was celebrated by a day-long series of 24 Global Live Tour events spanning four continents to mark the ILO Centenary.

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