March 3-7 2014 @ North Secretariat Lobby, UN HQ. Work With Us is an exhibition of research findings from the Participate Initiative, which focus on the experiense of the marginalised people and those living in greatest poverty. (UN visitors pass required to gain access)
Share your input! The co-chairs of the OWG have now released a ‘focus area document’ that sets out 19 broad issues for consideration where they feel that further action could help the international community realize transformative change for sustainable development.
AINA is now hosting an e-consultation focused on feedback on Open Working Group’s (OWG) TST Issue Brief on inequality. We want to hear your recommendations for the OWG about how to best address inequality in the post-2015 agenda.
How do shame, humiliation and discrimination worsen inequalities for the world’s poorest and most marginalized? And how do we tackle these issues in our poverty eradication efforts? Join the AINA e-discussion.
UN-NGLS invites commentaries on its recently-published report Advancing Regional Recommendations for the Post-2015 Agenda, the synthesis of a four-month consultation with regional civil society networks. Read the report and provide feedback here.
In the lead-up to the International Day of the Girl Child 2013, themed Innovating for Girls’ Education UNICEF has started a new e-discussion aiming to gather and learn about innovative solutions from different parts of the globe that help improve girls' education and their learning outcomes, particularly of those most disadvantaged.