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UN DESA DISD 22h
Mark your calendar! January 22-24 is the world Economic Forum 2019. Follow sessions and liveblog by using the official hashtag at .
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UN DESA DISD Jan 18
Most of the victims of are trafficked for sexual exploitation and forced labour. Read the full report:
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UN DESA DISD Jan 18
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UN DESA DISD Jan 17
Hapenning Now in NY: Informal Briefing on the preparations of . Learn more:
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UN DESA DISD Jan 16
➡️ Are we on track to reach the ? ➡️ What are the good practices that can be replicated & scaled up? ➡️ What are our gaps and constraints, and how should we address them? It’s time for YOU to tell us! Share your best practices
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UN DESA DISD Jan 15
Human Rights lie at the heart of the How can we help the two agendas work together? Join , , Jeffrey Sachs & Mary Robinson in a conversation on human rights and the 2030 Agenda! ⏰ Wed, 16 Jan, 10.00 AM CET 💬 🔗
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UN DESA DISD Jan 14
Indigenous languages matter for development, peace & reconciliation! 2019 is Intl. Year of Indigenous Languages! The will strive to preserve, support & promote indigenous languages at the national, regional & intl. levels:
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UN DESA DISD Jan 11
Around the world, women & men have dedicated their lives to helping refugees & stateless people. Nominate a hero for ’ 2019 :
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UN DESA DISD Jan 11
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UN DESA DISD Jan 10
Protecting trafficked children requires: - timely victim ID - safe environment - adequate social services - training for caregivers - psychosocial support Learn more Global Report 👉
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UN DESA DISD Jan 9
My week on Twitter 🎉: 1 Mention, 49 Likes, 23 Retweets, 182K Retweet Reach, 39 New Followers. See yours with
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UN DESA DISD Jan 9
This , 22nd March, is about tackling the water crisis by addressing the reasons why so many people are being left behind. Standup for people living without safe water. Learn more:
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UN DESA DISD Jan 8
To leave no one behind, social protection systems must be available, accessible to all and provide adequate support to guarantee income security. Get ideas from 👉
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UN DESA DISD Jan 7
The majority of migrants live and work legally, contributing to both their home and host countries. More migration facts & figures here:
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UN DESA DISD Jan 5
Braille is an essential means of communication for blind & partially-sighted people. Braille is key for achieving equality, and social inclusion. Learn more about the first-ever :
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UN DESA DISD Jan 4
“We need to make every single thing accessible to every person with a disability.” - Messenger of Peace Friday is the first-ever :
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UN DESA DISD Jan 4
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UN DESA DISD Jan 3
✔ 7000 languages spoken ✔ 370 million indigenous peoples ✔ 90 countries with indigenous communities ✔ 5000 different indigenous cultures ✔ 2680 languages in danger DYK that 2019 is Int’l Year of Indigenous Languages? Learn more 👉
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UN DESA DISD Jan 2
🎊 🎉 🎊🎉 In 2019, let’s all work together to build inclusive societies that leave no one behind, including people living in poverty, older persons, young people, persons with disabilities & indigenous peoples. Let’s all !
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UN DESA DISD Jan 2
High & rising inequality not only hinders progress in poverty eradication, but poses a major challenge to social & economic development. How to design social protection programmes that guarantee the minimum living standards? Learn more:
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