2023

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Ciné-ONU Human Rights 75 screening of “Reasons for Hope”

To mark the 75th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the United Nations invites you to the premiere of Dr. Jane Goodall’s...
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Ciné-ONU screening of “Raise the Bar” to mark the International Day of the Girl Child

9 October - To mark the International Day of the Girl Child, the United Nations, the European Week of Action for Girls' Coalition, the Embassy of Iceland and the European Commission present "Raise the Bar", by Gudjon Ragnarsson.

Ciné-ONU screening of “Nadia”

To mark International Women's Day, the United Nations, the European Commission and BOZAR present "Nadia"   Monday, 6 March 2023, 7:00 pm / BOZAR (Salle M) Click...

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Children in conflict: portraying light amid darkness

British photographer Paddy Dowling has travelled to some of the world’s most challenging contexts for his work. His latest exhibition, ‘From Despair to Hope:...

UNRIC Info Point & Library Newsletter: April 2024

monthly issue of the UNRIC Info Point & Library Newsletter featuring new UN websites and publications

International Television market recognises outstanding entertainment initiatives for social...

Ubongo, a creator of children’s edutainment in Africa, and Open Planet, an outstanding innovative free access environmental footage library, have been recognised for their...

UN Deputy Chief: “make 2024 a turning point for...

UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina J. Mohammed has called for a transformation in education as she addressed a high-level education event organised by the European Union during a visit to Brussels on Thursday (11 April).

UN Deputy Secretary-General, Amina J. Mohammed, Brussels visit, 10-11...

The United Nations Deputy Secretary-General, Amina J. Mohammed, is in Brussels this week. On Wednesday, 10 April, she chaired the Governing Body meeting of...

World squanders over 1 billion meals a day

Households across all continents wasted over 1 billion meals a day in 2022, while 783 million people were affected by hunger and a third of...

International law: Understanding justice in times of war

War crimes, crimes against humanity, genocide, ethnic cleansing: what do these international justice terms mean?  What are war crimes? War crimes are violations of international humanitarian law (whose perpetrators...

Welsh women’s peace appeal uncovered 100 years on

In 1923, the women of Wales took part in an unprecedented appeal: 390,296 women, representing 30% of the nation’s female population at the time,...