On Wednesday 1 July, the UN Security Council adopted Resolution 2532 (2020) calling for the immediate end of hostilities and for a humanitarian pause for at least 90 days, in order to enable the provision of humanitarian assistance in response to COVID-19.
International agencies call for Brussels Conference to address fall-out from the pandemic.
Based on interviews with people that are displaced both in- and outside of Syria, 50 Syrian and International NGOs, including HI, published the report “Into the unknown: Listening to Syria’s displaced in the search for durable solutions”.
The United Nations Security Council has until July 10 to renew the Syria cross-border resolution, which ensures lifesaving UN aid reaches over four million Syrians living in areas outside of the Government of Syria’s control.
Today, UNESCO launched the 2020 Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report, specifically addressing inclusion in education. In line with the recommendations of this Report, HI calls on governments and development actors to concentrate increased efforts on those excluded because of their identity, background or ability.
On the occasion of the World Refugees Day, on June 20, HI releases its newest report outlining the need for an inclusive humanitarian response to COVID-19, based on data and testimonies from 19 countries of intervention.
Eight international non-governmental organisations working in Yemen, including HI, strongly condemn the reprehensible attack that took place yesterday in the north of Yemen, killing 13 civilians – including four children.
In 5 years of war, Yemen has been devastated by the use of explosive weapons. HI is releasing a new report to demonstrate the long-term effects of this pattern of violence and to denounce its devastating and indiscriminate effects on civilians.
Humanity & Inclusion (HI) shares its most urgent considerations on the Syrian crisis ahead of this year’s “IV Brussels Conference on Supporting the Future of Syria and the Region”, which will take place on 29 and 30 June in a virtual form.