The United Nations Mission in Liberia successfully completed its mandate on 30 March 2018. You can find out about the mission's past activities and achievements through this website. The United Nations family remains committed to supporting the Government, ensuring that the hard won peace is sustained and that the country and its people continue to progress and thrive.
11 Oct 2017 - The Secretary-General welcomes the peaceful holding of the presidential and House of Representatives elections in Liberia on 10 October. He congratulates the people of Liberia who turned out enthusiastically in high numbers to vote.
07 Aug 2017 - On behalf of OHCHR
MONROVIA (4 August 2017) - UN Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights Andrew Gilmour on Friday concluded a three-day visit to Liberia. The main purpose of the visit was to establish a UN Human Rights Office in the country, and an agreement was signed with the Government for the new office to open in early 2018.
05 May 2017 - 4 May 2017 | The members of the Security Council condemned in the strongest terms the attack against the camp of the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA) in Timbuktu, Mali, on 3 May 2017, which caused the death of a Liberian peacekeeper and injured others and which was claimed by Jama’at Nusrat al-Islam wal-Muslimin (Group for the Support of Islam and Muslims).
25 Feb 2017 - Monrovia, Liberia, 25 February 2017 – Liberia is today commemorating the second anniver-sary of the Abidjan Declaration on the eradication of statelessness. The Declaration, adopted on 25 February 2015 by the Member States of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) on the occasion of a ministerial conference organized by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and ECOWAS, contains 25 commitments of which Liberia com-mitted to seven (7).
25 Feb 2017 -
GENEVA (22 March 2016) – It is completely unacceptable for Liberia to outsource its primary education system to a private company, said the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the right to education, Kishore Singh. “This is unprecedented at the scale currently being proposed and violates Liberia’s legal and moral obligations,” he stressed.