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United Nations – Highlights of events happening this coming week at UN Headquarters and around the world.
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UN Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson’s message on the SWA 2016 Meeting of Ministers of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (15-16 March). The Ministerial Meeting brings together over 40 ministers from Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East and other high-level representatives from development agencies, civil society organizations, research and learning institutions and the private sector. They will discuss the implications of the SDGs on planning, funding and human capacity over the next 15 years. The aim is for countries, supported by partner organizations, to plan joint actions, in particular targeting the communities and individuals most in need. For more information: #SWAinAction
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Highlights of events happening at the UN #UNMediaSeminar #UN4RefugeesMigrants
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Rural women are often more vulnerable to the impact of climate change as their livelihoods depend on agriculture and they typically receive less education than their city counterparts. Preserving and planting traditional seeds can help mitigate the effects of climate change, and UN Women supports women seed growers in Morocco through a joint programme with local NGO “Terre et Humanisme.” In February 2016, the women came together in the agroecology farm of Dar Bouazza to launch the “Seed Caravan,” which encourages women to share seeds and expertise, and raise awareness on the impacts of climate change. As Morocco prepares to host the 22nd session of the Conference of the Parties (COP22), rural women are seizing the opportunity to show the world they are capable of leading the chan
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Commissioner Penny Abeywardena welcomes the 71st United Nations General Assembly, and celebrates a shared vision between New York City and the United Nations for a more equitable world.
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The 2012 invasion of northern Mali by rebel and Islamist groups displaced over 500 000 people, a majority of them women and children. Watch the story of 2 displaced women who give new direction to their lives with the help of UN Women grants. Khadija brews and sells hibiscus tea in Mopti market, while Aguechatou is a taylor who makes colorful women’s clothes. UN Women has implemented a number of projects promoting women’s empowerment and socio-economic reintegration in humanitarian and post-conflict settings. See more: Video produced by: whattookyousolong.org
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For most of us, when we are born, our birth is registered, and so are many other important events during our lives. Whether we get married, have children, move to a new place, find a job or go to school, the changes in our lives are recorded… So why do we need to register, count and report all of these things? This year’s Commission on Population and Development will highlight the critical importance of demographic data and analysis for achieving sustainable development and for ensuring that no one is left behind in the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Read the feature article in UN DESA Voice April edition: https:// For more information:
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Ahead of the 47th Session of the UN Statistical Commission on 8-11 March, Assistant Secretary-General for Economic Development Lenni Montiel, Director of UN DESA’s Statistics Division Stefan Schweinfest, and Chief of the Statistical Service Branch in UN DESA’s Statistics Division Francesca Perucci discuss the development of indicators for the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals. For more information on the 47th Session of the United Nations Statistical Commission, visit:
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UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein addressing the Migrants and refugees summit says: “It is shameful the victims of abominable crimes should be made to suffer further by our failures to give them protection.” – See more at: must stop bigotry.
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