01 May 2020 - Spokesperson for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights on Lebanon ProtestsWe are deeply concerned by the renewed violence that has erupted in Lebanon this week, claiming the life of one protester and leaving dozens...
24 Apr 2020 - PRESS RELEASE
UN supports education authorities in Lebanon to ensure continuity of education, inclusion and equity for children and young people
Friday, 24 April 2020 (United Nations) – The COVID-19 outbreak has translated into a major education...
10 Apr 2020 - United Nations Response to COVID-19 Outbreak in Lebanon
Thursday, 9 April 2020 (United Nations) – In recent weeks, Lebanon had to adapt to new restrictions imposed by the government, in an effort to curtail the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic in Lebanon. United...
08 Apr 2020 - Women in Lebanon: Political Actors Who Must Be Heard, Recognized and Represented
Gender Experts at the Office of the Special Coordinator in Lebanon Share Perspectives
Twenty years after the adoption of resolution 1325 on women, peace and security (WPS) - the first formal...
06 Apr 2020 - As prepared
Talking Points of Mr. Jan Kubis, Special Coordinator for Lebanon
on Behalf of UNSCOL
International Support Group Meeting at the Invitation of H.E. President Aoun
Beirut, 6 April 2020
Allow me to thank H.E. President Aoun for inviting the members of the ISG...
03 Apr 2020 - Full Transcript of UN Secretary-General's Press Briefing about Appeal for Global Ceasefire Following Outbreak of COVID-19
Ten days ago, I issued an appeal for an immediate ceasefire in all corners of the globe to reinforce diplomatic action, help create conditions for the...
26 Mar 2020 - LAUNCH OF GLOBAL HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE PLAN FOR COVID-19
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres was joined – virtually – by Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization; Ms. Henrietta Fore, UNICEF’s Executive Director, and Mr....
24 Mar 2020 - THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
APPEAL FOR GLOBAL CEASE-FIRE
23 March 2020
Our world faces a common enemy: COVID-19.
The virus does not care about nationality or ethnicity, faction or faith. It attacks all, relentlessly.
Meanwhile, armed conflict rages on around the world.