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BRICS Policy Center Aug 12
[BPC News] Between July 17 and 18, BPC Director, Dr. Paulo Esteves, attended the side-events to discuss the +40 outcome document and also to present his perspectives and experiences about inequalities and human development.
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Abdiaziz Ali Aug 16
According to projections that came out a head of show countries are off-track in meeting their education commitments for 2030 so that the Answer is big NO.
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Kehkashan Basu Aug 8
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Early Childhood Peace Consortium Aug 12
NY, NY, July 17, 2019 — Following side-event @ UNICEF House, co-sponsored by the ECPC, Consortium Chair, Dr. Rima Salah (R) meets w/ Ms Bernie McNally (L), Assist. Sec. the Depart of Children & Youth Affairs, Republic of Ireland & partner of ECPC member
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Early Childhood Peace Consortium Aug 16
ECPC NEWS►“SMALL ASKS” EVENT MAKES BIG IMPACT DURING . Read @ . "We need to unite our strengths to advocate for universal access to ECD services." -Dr Rima Salah, Chair ECPC.
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Olga Speranskaya Aug 9
Thé event at highlighted that the waste and chemical sectors contribute to due to toxic emissions
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Saferworld Aug 14
NEW: In March, we began working with partners on a campaign to bring international civil society to in New York. 4 months later , we heard from 13 inspirational people about their work on +. We look back on the journey & what’s ahead:
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Albert Gyan Aug 13
They have done the heavy lifting, we've just got to emulate: Finland places emphasis on EDUCATION in tackling global challenges -
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On Board Cities Aug 12
The Educational Innovation Network has been mentioned in a report to the on cities and their role in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals! Read the article!👉
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HEJSupport International Aug 9
At discussed tools to introduce the role of in addressing gender mainstreaming
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Together2030 Aug 15
Missed our Webinar on debrief? We got you! Find the recording, notes and presentations here 👉
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Thomas van Laake Aug 8
The past month, I attended the forum with the Young Leaders program, seeking to promote sustainable transport at the highest levels of global policy. We've detailed our experiences and the lessons learned in this blog:
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SDG Philanthropy Aug 9
To highlight the current models of philanthropic engagement for the & explore the opportunities for fostering leadership & transformative action, an event on & the was organized at the . Read the blog here:
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Saferworld Aug 16
“The role of civil society is to remind people at the highest levels what’s happening on the ground – bring real people & real stories to the theories & reports.” Our new blog reflects on what we learnt from the Voices of + campaign at :
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OPHI Aug 16
This SDG Knowledge Weekly Brief from summarises the review of several SDGs at the including SDG 10 "Reduced Inequalities" which is touched on in the and report on the global for 2019
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Data4SDGs Aug 8
At , five of our partner countries presented Voluntary National Reviews. Full reports are below. Ghana: UK: Tanzania: Sierra Leone: Philippines:
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Restless Dev USA Aug 9
Youth Accountability Advocate Ritu Jain, 23, attended two major international conferences at the UN with us this year. Learn more about her experience as a young person in these thought leadership spaces:
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International Center for Religion & Diplomacy Aug 8
Keep up to date with ICRD’s recent work, including our involvement in the State Department’s Ministerial on International Religious Freedom and the United Nation’s High Level Political Forum, in our July monthly update!
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Boris Greguška Aug 14
are a key. Without this key, we will NEVER unlock a door to . 🌳🌍🌲
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Eyes Abroad Aug 16
Replying to @CanadaUN
We can't achieve the without young people's leadership. Period. 🇨🇦 met with delegates at to hear their insight on how youth can contribute to .
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