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On February 21, High Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation Tatiana Moskalkova arrived on a working visit to Geneva.
High Commissioner addressed Director of Federal Bureau of Prisons of the USA Ministry of Justice to protect the rights of Konstantin Yaroshenko
On February 19, High Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation Tatiana Moskalkova sent a letter to Director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons of the Ministry of Justice of the USA Mark S. Inch on the issue of protection of rights of the Russian citizen Konstantin Yaroshenko.
The Charity Commission is to begin an investigation into Oxfam’s handling of a sex scandal in which staff hired prostitutes in Haiti in 2011.
High Commissioner will submit an Alternative Report on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities to the UN Committee
On January 31, High Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation Tatiana Moskalkova sent her Alternative Report on the compliance with the UN Convention obligations related to the rights of persons with disabilities for consideration by the UN Committee.
Two United Nations agencies are teaming up in a major new initiative taking on the herculean task of combatting environmental health risks, which claim an estimated 12.6 million lives a year.
Is this a college or a jail? Denmark opens the world's 'most humane' maximum security prison designed to teach prisoners to change their ways
The architect behind the 'most humane' maximum security prison in the world has said his luxury
The United Nations on Tuesday called for greater efforts on the part of its Member States to ensure universal health coverage, and designated 12 December as International Universal Health Coverage Day.
The rights, protection and wellbeing of uprooted children should be central commitments of global migration policies, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said on Thursday, as it released a new report prior to a meeting next week on safe, regular and orderly migration.
The international community mobilized over $1.3 billion in pledges and more than $1 billion in loans and debt relief to help Caribbean nations recover from the strong hurricanes that pummelled the region a few months ago, during a meeting at United Nations Headquarters on Tuesday.