The number of cluster munitions casualties increased by 30% in three years, according to the 2021 Cluster Munition Monitor. The conference of State Parties to the Oslo Convention, which bans the use of cluster munitions, takes place on 20-21 September: HI is calling on states to enforce international law and for States that have not […]
Humanity & Inclusion welcomes the decision by the UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to ask his incoming Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Martin Griffiths to appoint a Special Adviser on the preservation of humanitarian space and access, and to strengthen humanitarian negotiations in this context.
Following severe floods and landslides on 27 July 2021, HI is assisting the people most at risk of exclusion in the Rohingya refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar District.
Conditions in the Rohingya refugee camps and the surrounding areas in Cox’s Bazar District are deteriorating as a result of several days of heavy monsoon rainfall across southern Bangladesh, which is expected to continue for the next 48hours.
On July 9, the United Nations Security Council has renewed the Syria cross-border resolution. However humanitarian actors denounce uncertainties which could affect the millions of Syrians in need of life-saving aid.
On the occasion of this year’s High Level Political Forum (HLPF), Humanity & Inclusion (HI), the government of Guyana, the government of Luxembourg, and the UHC 2030 Coalition co-organized the side-event “The importance of rehabilitation for achieving SDG3: Challenges and best practices to access quality rehabilitation services and inclusive health systems”.
Under the Dutch Presidency, on 22-24 June we have joined States, International Organizations and mine action operators for the Intersessional meetings of the Mine Ban treaty where we have called for continuous commitment to respect and implement victim assistance obligations, as well as a clear plan to finish the job and get a mine free […]
The United Nations Security Council has until July 10 to renew the Syria cross-border resolution, which ensures life-saving UN aid reaches millions of Syrians in need.
Aid agencies are warning of a looming humanitarian catastrophe if the UN Security Council fails to renew a resolution allowing lifesaving aid delivered cross-border to reach Syria.