Madame President, Distinguished Members of the Council, Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen,
Experts from the Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions of the UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations/Police Division Standing Police Capacity (SPC) alongside the BINUH Police advisors kicked off a training aimed at strengthening the Haitian National Police
GENEVA/PORT-AU-PRINCE (28 November 2023) - A new UN report out today details a further, shocking rise in gang violence in Haiti as criminal gangs forge alliances and expand to rural areas previously considered safe– killing, raping, kidnapping, and destroying property,
On Monday, 13 November 2023, as did all the United Nations secretariat offices and duty stations around the world, BINUH lowered the UN flag and observed a minute of silence, to mourn our colleagues who have lost their lives in Gaza.
The United Nations is a reflection of the world as it is – and an aspiration of the world we know it can be.
It is our responsibility to help build that world of peace, sustainable development and human rights for all.
On May 16, the inter-ministerial human rights committee (CIDP) convened representatives of governmental, international, and local organizations working in the field of human rightsto come together and update the draft National Human Rights Action Pla
“[…] we have discussed, in particular, the situation in Haiti. Haiti is in a tragic, tragic situation. You have dramatic humanitarian needs. You have a political system that is paralyzed, and you have levels of violence by gangs that are absolutely appalling.