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United Nations General Assembly: speech by Frans Timmermans, at the ‘A World to Transform’ Post-2015 Development Summit – The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

On 27 September 2015, Frans Timmermans, First Vice-President of the EC in charge of Better Regulation, Inter-Institutional Relations, the Rule of Law and the Charter of Fundamental Rights, went to New York to participate in the 70th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). During this 70th session the United Nations adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development which set out a global framework to eradicate poverty and achieve sustainable development by 2030, building on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) adopted in 2000. This video shows a speech given by Frans Timmermans, at the ‘A World to Transform’ Post-2015 Development Summit – The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

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Dear Helene,

This is a reminder about the Next ISO 31000 risk management training and certification session to be held in Brussels, Belgium on 18-20 November 2015.

Successful completion of the examination will earn participants the international certification  ”Certified Risk Management Professional – C31000″ based on the ISO 31000 Risk Management Standard.

DATE: 18-20 November 2015 (3 days with examination on the last day)

PLACE: Crowne Plaza – Le Palace Hotel
3 Rue Gineste 1210 Brussels, Belgium

Phone: +32 2 203 62 00

FEE: € 2300. The fee includes the course sessions, course materials in PDF format, certification exam fee, printing & shipping of the certificate.

SPECIAL OFFERS: 10% discount is offered to each participant introduced to attend by another participant who will also get a 10% discount OR Team bonus for several participants from the same organization.

LINKEDIN: If you are a member of the ISO 31000 LinkedIn group, email Peter and ask for a 10% discount.

TRAINER: Peter Blokland is Certified ISO 31000 Lead Trainer part of the G31000 network. He is a former Belgian Air Force pilot, Staff Officer and aircraft accident investigator. Since September 2014 he works at TUDelft as a PhD researcher for the Safety Sciences section of the Technology Policy and Management faculty.

BROCHURE: Download the brochure on http://G31000.org/training/Brussels-November2015

CONTACT for registration and payment: register here or contact Peter by email: peter@tr3m.be

Best regards,

Alex

You are receiving this newsletter as a member of the G31000 community.

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Friendly Reminder:  February negotiating session for Post-2015 Development Agenda: Apply for stakeholder Steering Committee and speaking roles

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February negotiating session for Post-2015 Development Agenda: Apply for stakeholder Steering Committee and speaking roles

The UN Department of Social and Economic Affairs – Division for Sustainable Development (DESA-DSD) Major Groups Programme and the UN Non-Governmental Liaison Service (UN-NGLS) are working together to set up stakeholder Steering Committees to ensure broad and inclusive participation of stakeholders in the negotiating sessions on the post-2015 development agenda, taking place at UN Headquarters in New York. DESA-DSD and UN-NGLS are also facilitating nomination processes for speakers to contribute to these sessions, in accordance with the modalities that are defined for the negotiations.
Submit Steering Committee applications and speaker nominations now
for the 17-20 February post-2015 negotiating session.
By Thursday, 8 January, apply for the Steering Committee here:
By Sunday, 11 January, nominate speakers here:

The stakeholder Steering Committee already established for the 19-21 January negotiating session will serve as an advisory and consultative body for the Steering Committee for the 17-20 February session. For more information about the process to define the post-2015 development agenda, please visit: http://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/post2015

Please sign up to the social media accounts below for updates.
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UN-NGLS and DESA-DSD Major Groups Programme
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Apply for funded participation roles and selection committee: World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction in Japan

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Apply for funded participation roles and selection committee: World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction in Japan

Friday, 26 December (extended from 22 December):  Deadline for civil society Selection Committee applications
Wednesday, 31 December: Deadline for submission of speaker nominations
Wednesday, 7 January, 8:00-10:00am EST: Selection Committee conference call #1
Thursday, 8 January, 8:00-10:00am EST: Selection Committee conference call #2
Friday, 9 January, 8:00-10:00am EST: Selection Committee conference call #3

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UN-NGLS

United Nations Non-Governmental Liaison Service (UN-NGLS)

Call for Nominations:
 Civil society speakers and participants in the  World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction
At the request of the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR), theUnited Nations Non-Governmental Liaison Service (UN-NGLS) is conducting an open process to obtain nominations for a select number of civil society speakers and participants in the official segments of the UN World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction (WCDRR), which will take place 14-18 March 2015 in Sendai, Japan. This process seeks nominations for 2 speakers in high-level multi-stakeholder partnership dialogues, and 5 participants in Ministerial round table discussions. Travel funding for a total of 23 civil society representatives is available through this process.
Anyone can nominate representatives of civil society organizations via this process. Kindly note this process is not open to representatives of the private corporate sector.
For complete information, and to submit candidates, please visit:
To apply for the civil society selection committee for this process, please visit:
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 Nominate  civil society  representatives for funded  speaking and                                                          participation roles in the World  Conference on  Disaster Risk  Reduction

At  the request of the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR), the United Nations  Non-Governmental Liaison Service  (UN-NGLS) is  conducting an open process to obtain nominations for a select number of civil society speakers and  participants in the official  segments of the UN World Conference  on Disaster Risk Reduction (WCDRR), which will take  place 14-18 March 2015 in Sendai,  Japan. This process seeks nominations for 2 speakers in  high-level multi-stakeholder  partnershipdialogues, and 5 participants in  Ministerial round  table discussions. Travel funding for  a total of 23 civil society representatives is available through  this process. Anyone can nominate representatives of civil society  organizations through this process.

Learn  more and submit candidates by Friday, 2                                                        January here:  

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Call for nominations: UN PGA’s event on “Means of Implementation for a Transformative Post-2015 Development Agenda”

Call for Civil Society Speaker Nominations
   for the UN President of the General Assembly’s  9-10 February
High-level Thematic Debate on “Means of Implementation for a Transformative Post-2015 Development Agenda”

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URGENT: Call for civil society responses to the UN Secretary-​General’s Synthesis Report on the post-2015 developmen​t agenda

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 Subject: Call for civil society responses to the UN Secretary-General’s Synthesis Report on the post-2015  development agenda

Thu, 4 Dec 2014  (EST)

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 APWLD’s response to UNSG’s Synthesis Report

Dear friends,
I’m happy to share with you APWLD’s analysis of the  Secretary General’s Synthesis Report. This has also been          submitted to UN-NGLS and DESA-DSD.
Best wishes,
Leanne Sajor
Feminist Development Justice   Program
Ph: (66) 53 284527   Skype:apwldsec

                    

25 years of   promoting women’s human rights in the Asia   Pacific region

–       The Women’s Major Group (WMG) was created as one of nine Major      Groups after the 1992 UN Conference on Environment &      Development held in Rio. This list serve of the WMG provides      information on the Post 2015 & SDG process (incl. Finance) as      well the Environment processes (UNEP). The Organizing Partners      (OPs) rotate periodically. The current WMG OPs for the Post-2015      process are Women Environmental Programme (WEP) Nigeria, Global      Forest Coalition (GFC), based in Colombia, Women’s Environment      & Development Organization (WEDO) based in USA, Forum of      Women’s NGOs of Kyrgyzstan, Women in Europe for a Common Future      (WECF) Netherlands, International Women’s Health Coalition (IWHC)      based in USA, Equidad de Género, based in Mexico and Asia Pacific      Forum on Women, Law & Development (APWLD) based in Thailand.      The co-facilitators of the WMG at UNEP are currently Niger Delta      Women’s Movement for Peace and Development, GFC and focal points      Soroptomists Kenya, WECF,      APWLD and Earth Care Africa.       —

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Call for nomination​s: Civil society speaker in UN event to launch Internatio​nal Decade for People of African Descent

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UN CBD: Invitation to UNDP and Partner events at CBD COP12, Pyeongchan

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Dear colleagues,


UNDP and partners are pleased to announce an exciting line-up of events for the second week of CBD COP-12, in Pyeongchang, Republic of Korea. Under the overarching theme of “Biodiversity for Sustainable Development”, our events will be hosted at the Rio Conventions Pavilion and Side Events Programme.
We invite all COP delegates to attend and, especially for those not in Pyeongchang, to tune in via Twitter (@UNDP, @UNDPbiofin, @NBSAPForum, @UNDPSPC, #biodiversity, #CBDCOP12) and 
our website.
Highlights include:
Monday 13 October, 16:45 – 18:00
Sustainable Forest Management – Delivering Multiple Benefits (with GEF)
Venue:  Rio Conventions Pavilion, Concert Hall

See event description here

Wednesday 15 October, 14:30 – 15:00
Indigenous and Community Conserved Area Global Support – Launch Event (with the German Government and UNDP-managed GEF Small Grants Programme)
Venue: Meadow Room, 2F, Alpensia Convention Centre
See programme details 
here
Thursday 16 October, 09:30 – 21:00
Transformative Initiatives in Biodiversity Mainstreaming and Financing, followed by a reception (with World Bank/WAVES, UN-SEEA, GEF, OECD, UNEP/TEEB, PEI, CBD)
Venue: Rio Conventions Pavilion
See programme details 
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For further details on our other events, please see our poster 
here.

Best regards,

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UN CBD: Invitation – Side Event @COP12 Mainstreaming Biodiversity

Dear all, 

Please join IUCN and BirdLife International for this side event on Tuesday 14 October, 13:15 – 14:45, Hall F, Room 2 – LMMC Meeting Room.  Flyer attached.
BIODIVERSITY MAINSTREAMING – WHAT DOES SUCCESS LOOK LIKE?
Mainstreaming biodiversity means different things to different people but it is recognized to be one of the key processes to address the underlying causes of biodiversity loss (Aichi Target 2). Nevertheless, it is not an easy task. Incorporating the values of biodiversity into development and economic sectors policies and practices is still a challenge. However, various initiatives have demonstrated that mainstreaming can contribute to the delivery of the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020. One of such initiatives is being carried out by IUCN and BirdLife International with seed funding from the French Government and aims at documenting successful mainstreaming cases through a series of simple fact sheets to inspire further mainstreaming efforts. This side event will share those success stories and present some of the factsheets being prepared. Through discussion of different experiences, participants will be presented with an array of approaches and challenges as well as creative and inspiring ways and means to overcome them.
Hope to see many of you there!
Best wishes,
Sonia Peña Moreno
Senior Policy Officer – Biodiversity
Global Policy Unit
IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature)
Rue de Mauverney 28, 1196 Gland, Switzerland
Tel:
+41 22 9990281 Fax +41 22 9990002
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UPCOMING EVENT: ICCG Internatio​nal Lecture given by R. A. Houghton and 2013 ICCG Climate Think Tank Ranking Award ceremony,

October 2, h. 5:00 pm

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Vredesweekend dat plaats vindt van 19 tot 21 september, 2014 

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Data Revolution for Sustainable Development: 26 September Outreach Meeting of the Secretary-General’s Independent Expert Advisory Group  UN LOGO 20                          Announcement of outreach arrangements 

for the first meeting of the
UN Secretary-General’s

Independent Expert Advisory Group on the 

Data Revolution for Sustainable Development

UN-NGLS is pleased to share the following information on behalf of the Secretariat of the UN Secretary-General’s Independent Expert Advisory Group on the Data Revolution for Sustainable Development (IEAG) in advance of their first meeting
on 25-26 September 2014 in New York

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon announced the establishment of an Independent Expert Advisory Group on the Data Revolution for Sustainable Development (IEAG) on 29 August 2014. The Group will advise the Secretary-General on measures required to close the data gaps and strengthen national statistical capacities. The Group is also expected to assess new opportunities linked to innovation, technical progress and the surge of new public and private data providers to support and complement conventional statistical systems and strengthen accountability at the global, regional and national level. The Secretary-General has appointed two co-chairs: Professor Enrico Giovannini of Italy and Mr. Robin Li of China. The full list of Panel members is available here.

The IEAG would like to hear a wide a range of views, and has made the following initial arrangements for interactions with civil society:

1. The group will launch a website on the 26 September that will provide ongoing discussion forums, and will host a number of webchats with the Co-chairs and Lead Author during the writing of the report to test out views and solicit feedback.

2. At the IAEG’s 25-26 September meeting, the second day will be devoted to interactions with civil society and academia.

Given the short amount of time available for planning (for which we apologise), we have made the following arrangements for 26 September:

4 sessions will be conducted:

1.  A town hall session where participants can raise any issues of interest or concern for the IAEG.

Three themed sessions to seek input and interaction on a few of the most important issues arising in the group’s work:

2.  Open data, accountability and data literacy

3.  Monitoring the SDGs

4.  Challenges and opportunities in using big data and new technologies.

As space for the sessions is limited, we invite organisations to complete a short

online application to attend the 26 September outreach sessions.
Travel support is not available.

Applicants will be informed of the outcome on Wednesday, 24 September.

Due to the short time until the meeting, a group consisting of representatives of the Secretariat of the IEAG, the Executive Office of the Secretary-General, and the UN Non-Governmental Liaison Service will select the participants, on the basis of the following criteria:

1.  Ensuring regional and age diversity, and gender balance

2.  Expertise in the areas to be discussed.  Bearing in mind that this is a panel tasked with making technical inputs, rather than making political choices about the selection of goals, targets or indicators, we are particularly looking for expertise and experience in the following areas for sessions 2, 3 and 4:

*  Open data and accountability: experience of working on programmes of citizen engagement, open data or data literacy; research or other expertise in these areas, experience of mobilisation for engagement with accountability initiatives

*  Monitoring the SDGs: participatory methods; monitoring inequalities, eliciting citizen feedback on the performance of service providers; perceptions data; tracking progress in any of the new areas likely to be covered in the SDGs; citizen-generated data.

*  Challenges and opportunities in using big data and new technologies: use of mobile and other technologies to collect data and engage citizens in feedback; use of big data for monitoring change and tracking progress

Representatives of civil society organisations will have priority for the town hall session, for which there will be 25 places available. For the three themed discussions, each will have 7 places for civil society organizations and 3 places for academia. We are working with Sustainable Development Solutions Network to ensure that we have a balanced representation from the academic side.

Again, we apologise for the short notice for this meeting. Please be assured that the IEAG is extremely interested in inputs and comments from as wide a range of groups as possible. We will be working throughout the process to make it as open and consultative as possible, subject to our tight deadlines. Following the first meeting, the Secretariat will be working on drafting the report over the subsequent two weeks, so please do provide inputs and ideas to us as soon as possible.

While this group will be submitting recommendations by the beginning of November 2014, the important work of establishing the monitoring and data collection systems for new goals will of course continue during the whole of 2015. We very much look forward to engaging with you all in the weeks and months ahead.

Best regards,

The Secretariat of the UN Secretary-General’s Independent Expert Advisory Group on the Data Revolution for Sustainable Development

United Nations Non-Governmental Liaison Service (UN-NGLS)

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Peace Activities 11 Days Lead-up to World Peace Day!

11 Days of Global Unity - 11 Ways to Change the World

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11 Campaigns For Change Promoted Worldwide September 11 – 21
Culminating on Sept. 21st, the U.N. International Day of Peace
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The Historic 11 Days Tele-Summit for the Summer of Peace!
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Join Desmond Tutu, Amy Goodman, Daniel Ellsberg
Deepak Chopra, Bill McKibben, Hazel Henderson, Riane Eisler,
Barbara Marx Hubbard, Eckhart Tolle, Jonathan Granoff
Deborah Moldow, Monica Willard, Dot Maver

More than 20 Visionary Global Leaders!

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Participate by phone or internet for free worldwide!

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In 2014, to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of 11 Days of Global Unity, We, The World is collaborating with theShift Network to produce a remarkable free 11 Days Tele-Summit Sept. 11-21 as the extraordinary culmination of their Summer of Peace (that goes from June 13 – September 21). People can participate by phone or internetfor free worldwide.

Schedule of Featured Speakers

All the Bios of these world-changing humans are listed on the program pages when you register. Note: when youRegister this week you can download and listen back to any of the speakers you missed!

Overview/Preview of 11 Days of Global Unity
Sept 9 (12noon Eastern Time USA) - Barbara Marx Hubbard and Audrey Kitagawa

11 Global Unity Themes of Change - 11 Ways to Change the World - 
(Each session Sept. 11-21 starts @ 1PM Eastern Time USA)

Sept 11 UNITY – Eckhart Tolle, Barnet Bain and Kurt Johnson
Sept 12 INTERDEPENDENCE - Lisinka Ulatowska
Sept 13 ENVIRONMENT - Bill McKibben
Sept 14 ECONOMIC JUSTICE – Hazel Henderson and Riane Eisler
Sept 15 HEALTH - Deepak Chopra and James Maskell
Sept 16 CHILDREN & YOUTH - Noah Miller and Nina Meyerhof
Sept 17 WOMEN - Hassina Sherjan and Gemma Bulos
Sept 18 HUMAN RIGHTS - Archbishop Desmond Tutu
Sept 19 FREEDOM - Daniel Ellsberg and Amy Goodman
Sept 20 DISARMAMENT - Jonathan Granoff
Sept 21 PEACE (International Day of Peace) – Deborah Moldow, Monica Willard, Dot Maver, andAmbassador John McDonald

Also on September 11th: 

3PM Eastern Time: Interfaith Call to Prayer for Global Unity with Murshid Ibrahim Jaffe, M.D. Rabbi Yoel Glick, Mingtong Gu, Swamini Sri Lalitambika Devi, Lygia DeCastro, David Nicol, Myra Jackson

4PM Eastern Time: 11 Days of Global Unity Compassion in Action Panel with James O’Dea, James R. Doty, MD, Chief Phil Lane Jr., Marilyn Turkovich and Sandra Djuvara Melone

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We look forward to your participation. We would be grateful if you can forward this to everyone you know who wants peace, sustainability and transformation!

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THEMA UN WHO/WMO Invitation to submit Case Studies on Climate Services for Health by Oct 31st

Dear Community of Educators, 

WHO & WMO are looking for case studies on Climate Services for Health.  Perhaps you have a case study that focuses on Environmental Education and health in the face of climate change?  If so, here is an opportunity to have it considered for publication.  More details below. 

All the best,

Pam Puntenney and Bremley Lyngdoh

UN SD Education Caucus Co-Chairs

Co-Coordinators Climate Change 

Dr. P. J. Puntenney

Environmental & Human Systems Management

1989 West Liberty       

Ann Arbor, MI  48103  USA

E-mail:  pjpunt@umich.edu

Cell:  (734) 330-0238

Voice/Fax: (734) 994-3612

From: Clare Nullis [mailto:cnullis@wmo.int]

Subject: WHO/WMO Invitation to submit Case Studies on Climate Services for Health

Dear Climate Colleagues

The joint WMO/WHO Climate and Health Office, established in May of this year, is pleased to announce that a new publication on “Climate Services for Health: Enhancing Decision Support for Climate Risk Management and Adaptation” is in preparation.

In 2012, WHO and WMO jointly published the Atlas on Health and Climate, drawing attention to the key linkages and how climate information can be used to understand and manage climate sensitive health risks. This follow-up publication takes a next step to outline with greater detail the wide range of health applications that can benefit from using climate and weather information; what steps and processes can be used to co-develop and use climate and weather information in the health sector; and how such partnerships and services can really make a difference to the health community.  As the Global Framework for Climate Services moves into full implementation this year, this publication is one of many new initiatives in the pipeline to help accelerate the development of climate services for health research and practice.  

Please accept this invitation to contribute short case studies of your experiences by Oct 31st that can help define and inform this emerging transdisciplinary field.

Further guidance is provided at http://www.gfcs-climate.org/node/579 or http://www.wmo.int/pages/meetings/documents/WHO-WMOCALLFORCASESTUDIESOFCLIMATESERVICESHEALTH.pdf

The case studies will be featured on a new WHO/WMO website, produced as an e-book, and depending on quality of submissions a hard copy edition in all 6 UN languages. This is an open invitation, so please share this announcement widely with your collaborators and take this opportunity to further promote your work and good practices.

if you have any questions please contact Joy Shumake-Guillemot, Officer-in-Charge, Global Framework for Climate Services (GFCS) Office

Tel.: +41 (0) 22 7308170

Skype:  joygmt
E-mail: jshumake-guillemot@wmo.int 

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[Science&Y​ou] The call for participat​ion is extended until October 5  L’appel à participat​ion est prolongé au 5 octobre

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 Dear members,

The deadline for the Science & You 2015 call for participation has been extended until October 5. If you want to take part in this major event in science communication, you have a few more weeks to submit a proposal for the Congress and the Forum.

Science & You will take place from 1st to 6th June 2015 in Nancy, France. It is addressed to anyone interested in science communication: researchers, PhD students, mediators, heads of museums and science centres, business leaders, journalists or just curious! The main theme of this 2015 edition is SCIENTIFIC CULTURE ON THE MOVE: FORMS OF MOBILISATION, CULTURAL AND POLITICAL CONTEXTS, SOCIAL LINKS. You can find all the themes, approaches and modalities of contribution in this link. To submit a proposal, please fill in this form.

We are looking forward to learning about your ideas, personal accounts, and original projects, and remain at your disposal for any further information!

Best regards,

The team

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Chers membres,

L’appel à participation pour Science & You 2015 a été prolongé jusqu’au 5 octobre. Si vous souhaitez participer à cet événement majeur de culture scientifique, technique et industrielle, il vous reste encore quelques semaines pour soumettre un projet pour le colloque ou le forum.

Science & You aura lieu du 1er au 6 juin 2015 à Nancy, France. La manifestation s’adresse à toute personne passionnée par la médiation des sciences : chercheurs, doctorants, responsables de musées, de centres de sciences, d’entreprises, médiateurs et journalistes scientifiques, ou tout simplement les curieux ! La thématique principale de cette édition 2015 est LA CULTURE SCIENTIFIQUE EN MOUVEMENT : FORMES DE MOBILISATION, CONTEXTES CULTURELS ET POLITIQUES, LIENS SOCIAUX. Retrouvez toutes les thématiques, axes de réflexion et modalités de contribution ici. Pour soumettre une participation, merci de remplir ce formulaire.

Vos idées, témoignages et projets originaux sont attendus !

Nous restons à votre disposition pour tout renseignement complémentaire.

Bien à vous,

L’équipe 

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Updated programme: 12 September UN-NGLS & ETC Group side event (with webcast):  Technology Access and Assessment in the Post-2015 Developmen​t Agenda

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Theme: 22 September at UNHQ: First Meeting of the Leading Group on Social and Solidarity Economy, 4:00-6:00pm

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Dear Friends and Colleagues, 

We are aware that several of our members will find this new initiative on Social and Solidarity Economy (SSE) of interest.  For those of you attending UN Climate Week, their will be the first organization meeting on Monday, September 22, 4:00 – 6:00 pm.  To learn more, http://www.unrisd.org/tfsse     Details are below regarding the meeting. 

All the best,

Pam Puntenney and Bremley Lyngdoh

UN SD Education Caucus Co-Chairs

Co-Coordinators Climate Change 

Dr. P. J. Puntenney

Environmental & Human Systems Management

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Proceeding​s of 7th WEEC

Dear members,
The proceedings of the 7th World Congress on Environmental Education (WEEC, Marrakech, 9-14 June 2013) are
published and available in pdf on www.environmental-education.org web-site.
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12 September UN-NGLS & ETC Group side event (with webcast): Technology Access and Assessment in the Post-2015 Developmen​t Agendan  Click here to view it as a webpage.

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5 August dialogue with ICESDF members at UNHQ / submit questions in advance online / Live Webcast

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Interactive Dialogue between the Intergovernmental Committee of Experts

on Sustainable Development Financing (ICESDF) and Non-State Actors

5 August 2014 at UN Headquarters (with live webcast) 

Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to announce that the next interactive dialogue between the members of theIntergovernmental Committee of Experts on Sustainable Development Financing (ICESDF) and non-state actors will take place on Tuesday, 5 August 2014 from 10:00am -1:00pm in Conference Room 1 at UN Headquarters in New York.

This dialogue will inform the fifth plenary session of the ICESDF taking place from 4-8

Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to announce that the next interactive dialogue between the members of theIntergovernmental Committee of Experts on Sustainable Development Financing (ICESDF) and non-state actors will take place on Tuesday, 5 August 2014 from 10:00am -1:00pm in Conference Room 1 at UN Headquarters in New York.

This dialogue will inform the fifth plenary session of the ICESDF taking place from 4-8 August. The Committee is working to finalize its report proposing options to the UN General Assembly “on an effective sustainable development financing strategy to facilitate the mobilization of resources and their effective use in achieving sustainable development objectives,” as mandated in the Rio+20 Summit outcome document.

The Co-Chairs of the ICESDF provided a public briefing on 18 July, organized by UN-NGLS, on progress of the Committee’s work to date. A structured summary of the 18 July briefingwill serve as the basis for the 5 August dialogue. Questions for the ICESDF in response to the information in this summary may be submitted via this online form until 3 August. As time permits, questions will be selected to be addressed by the ICESDF Experts and Co-Chairs during the event. The questions submitted will be posted here as they are received.

The event will be web cast live at http://webtv.un.org/

Best Regards,

UN-NGLS

United Nations Non-Governmental Liaison Service (UN-NGLS)

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