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Fighting impunity for human rights abuses

Ensuring accountability for violations in the Central African Republic through the Special Criminal Court  


Thirteen years of conflicts and serious human rights violations documented in the Central African Republic

The report, which documents 620 cases of serious violations of international human rights law and international humanitarian law, recommends ways to initiate the process of transitional justice and…  


Helen Clark: Keynote Speech at the ‘Giant’s Summit’ on Wildlife Crime

Mount Kenya Safari Club - Nanyuki, Kenya  


Helen Clark: Statement to the First Regular Session of the UNDP Executive Board

UN Headquarters – New York, USA  



Central African Republic: peaceful ballots for the 2nd round of presidential elections and the first round of legislative elections

Following a first round of voting on 30 December for the presidential elections, without any major incident and with a participation rate of around 80 per cent, almost two million Central Africans…  


Helen Clark: Statement to the First Regular Session of the UNDP Executive Board

United Nations - New York, USA  


The Central African Republic heads to the ballot box to achieve sustainable peace

More than two million Central Africans went to the polls on Wednesday, December 30, 2015, to elect their president and their representatives in the National Assembly.  


UN: Escalation of violence is holding back development in Central Africa

Continued violence in the Central African Republic, combined with the rise of Boko Haram in Nigeria and neighboring countries may delay development for years to come.  


Fleeing CAR, Chadians struggle to rebuild their lives in their home country

The ongoing violence in the Central African Republic is forcing tens of thousands of Chadian migrants, once an accepted part of Central African communities, to return to their country of origin. And…  

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