The celebrations of the fortnight of the Child under the theme "Conflict and Crisis in Africa", let us protect all the rights of children" are of special importance this year not only because they coincide with the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the National Children's Parliament, but a
The members of the Security Council expressed their serious concern over the latest political developments in Guinea-Bissau(the documents reads) and encourag
In her findings, the Special Rapporteur said in almost every meeting during the visit, the state of the justice system in Guinea-Bissau was described as “sad”, “terrible” and “reflecting the situation of the country”.
“The current situation calls for innovative strategies to deliver services and support the resilient population of Guinea-Bissau,” Modibo Touré, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative and head of the UN Integrated Peacebuilding Office in Guinea-Bissau (UNIOGBIS) said today in his first br
The Secretary-General is “deeply concerned” over the situation in Guinea-Bissau following the President’s decision to appoint a new Prime Minister and the subsequent protests in opposition to that move, said a statement issued by Mr
Opening his remarks, Mr. Zerihoun informed the Security Council that President Vaz appointed Mr. Baciro Djá as Prime Minister, which triggered protesters to stone the Presidential Palace. The situation was calm after military and police intervened.
The country was thus faced with the need to stop, review and reflect on their political and social history and design a new step in its full progress through a reconciliation process that was baptized - Paths to Peace and Development Consolidation.
In light of resolutions A/ RES/70/262 and S / RES / 2282 (2016) on the review of the Peacebuilding architecture, PBC urges Member States to make good use of resources to ensure the continuity of ECOMIB, in order to help Guinea-Bissau avoid a relapse into tensions.
Bissau, 3 May 2016 - Participants in the two-day talks on stability - "No Mistida i Stability" (we want stability, in Creole) which took place on 27-28 March at the National Assembly in Bissau, organized by UNIOGBIS, recommended that the organs of sovereignty and the nation’s res