COVID-19 is a test of societies, of governments, of communities and of individuals. It is a time for solidarity and cooperation to tackle the virus, and to mitigate the effects, often unintended, of measures designed to halt the spread of COVID-19. Respect for human rights across the spectrum, including economic, social, cultural, and civil and political rights, will be fundamental to the success of the public health response and recovery from the pandemic. Available in French, Russian, and Spanish. (see below)

COVID-19 Guidance - United Nations Human Rights, 2020 DOWNLOAD
Directrices Relativas a la COVID-19 DOWNLOAD
Principes Directeurs Concernant la COVID-19 DOWNLOAD
РУКОВОДСТВО ПО БОРЬБЕ С COVID-19 DOWNLOAD

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Guidance

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Guidance

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COVID-19 resourcesGuidance

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COVID-19 resourcesPublications

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