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Global UN Report shows remarkable decline in cases of trafficking in persons in Egypt

Global UN Report shows remarkable decline in cases of trafficking in persons in Egypt

VIENNA, 7 January (UN Information Service) — Egypt witnessed a remarkable decline in the cases of trafficking in persons detected in 2017, compared to cases reported in 2014, according to a report released on Sunday, 6 January, by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime(UNODC).Only 23 cases....more
UN Secretary‑General submits his report to the General Assembly on the protection of the Palestinian civilian population

UN Secretary‑General submits his report to the General Assembly on the protection of the Palestinian civilian population

20 August 2018 - The United Nations Secretary‑General António Guterres submitted his report to the General Assembly on the protection of the Palestinian civilian population.  In the report, which is a public document, the Secretary‑General said that, after more than 50 years of Israeli mil....more
Governments should place more emphasis on drug treatment and rehabilitation, says UN-backed narcotics control board

Governments should place more emphasis on drug treatment and rehabilitation, says UN-backed narcotics control board

Governments are being urged to invest more in drug treatment and rehabilitation rather than just focusing solely on prevention, the latest report by the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) recommends.The study, published on Thursday, reveals that only o....more
Launch of UN Secretary General's report "Making Migration Work for All"

Launch of UN Secretary General's report "Making Migration Work for All"

Managing migration is one of the most urgent and profound tests of international cooperation in our time“Migration is an expanding global reality” United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres maintains in his report released today. “The time for debating the need for cooperation in this fie....more
Make digital world safer for children, increase online access to benefit most disadvantaged

Make digital world safer for children, increase online access to benefit most disadvantaged

Governments and the private sector have not kept up with the game-changing pace of digital technologies, exposing children to new risks and harms – both on and offline – and leaving millions of the most disadvantaged behind, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) said Monday in a new report....more
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