The Report presents the latest developments in the political, security, human rights, socio-economic and humanitarian aspects in Guinea-Bissau is presented at a time when the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has sanctioned 19 Bissau-Guinean politicians involved in the political
The Mission, led by the President of the Council of Ministers of the CEDEAO, Robert Dussey and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Togo, met with the President of the Republic, PAIGC, PRS and the Group of 15 MPs expelled from PAIGC, and the international community represented in Bissau and noted that
According to the final communique, the Mission aimed to bring to President Jose Mario Vaz, the message from the Chair of the Authority of Heads of State and Government of ECOWAS and Togo President, Faure Essozimna Gnassingbe, and from ECOWAS Mediator for Guinea-Bissau, President of the Republic
The fortnight began on 1 December and ended on the 15th. It was marked by a series of activities, which included the launch of the National Network of Human Rights Defenders (RNDDH), which already has 43 organizations.
This year's theme is "Do not Leave Anyone Back: End Violence Against Women and Girls." As in previous years, the UNITE campaign to end violence against women invites everyone to "Turn the World Orange," using the color of the campaign to symbolize for a better future without violence.
Expressing its deep concern at the continuing political crisis in the country and the demonstrations, the resulting police repression, the delegation has urged the parties to respect public freedoms, including the right to demonstrate peacefully.
The open day activities that took place at UNIOGBIS consisted of a photo exhibition on the work of the UN in country and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, questions and answers on the history of the Organization and discussion with UN staff over their experience working for the Organization.
The one-day consultation organized by the Secretariat of State for Communities in collaboration with the International Organization for Migration (IOM) was funded by the European Union under the initiative for the protection and reintegration of migrants in Guinea-Bissau (EUTF- IOM) to address th