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Published on UN’s Calendar of Conferences and Meetings. View Meetings: by Date, by Venue, by Year.

The calendar of conferences and meetings of the United Nations is prepared by the Meetings Management Section of the Department for General Assembly and Conference Management. It is then reviewed by the Committee on Conferences and approved by the General Assembly.
Disclaimer: Information presented in the Calendar on this Web site is subject to legislative change in terms of date and/or venue, and to corrections by the Secretariat.

International Day of Peace

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Published on, (Sources: UN Department of Public Information), Sept 21, 2013.

21 September 2013 is the thirteenth International Day of Peace. The United Nations General Assembly decided (in resolution 55/282) on 7 September 2001 that, beginning in 2002, the International Day of Peace should be observed on 21 September each year. The Assembly declared that the Day be observed as a day of global ceasefire and non-violence, an invitation to all nations and people to honour a cessation of hostilities during the International Day of Peace.   Continue Reading…

Misconstruing a UN report

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the latest neocon tactic of misinformation – Published on Intrepid Report, by Wayne Madsen, Sept 20, 2013.

The UN in Geneva has released its long-awaited report on the use of chemical weapons in the Damascus suburb of Ghouta on August 21. The UN concluded:

  • 1. Sarin gas was used in the attack.
  • 2. The attack used at least two surface-to-surface rockets
  • 3. One of the warheads containing sarin held 56 liters of the deadly chemical.   Continue Reading…

blow the whistle, face life in jail: progressives slam verdict in Manning case

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the US government will come after you, no holds barred, if you’re thinking of revealing evidence of its unlawful behavior’, says Amnesty – Published on Common Dreams, by Jon Queally, staff writer, July 30, 2013.

… Though some found solace in the fact that the 25-year-old US Army whistleblower was found “not guilty” on the “most outrageous” charge of “aiding the enemy,” voices across the progressive community were expressing mixtures of outrage and sadness after Judge Col. Denise Lind found Manning guilty on 19 other counts that could lead to a sentence of more than 100 years in prison.    Continue Reading…

Cuba: Letter to Fidel from FAO Director General

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Published on Axis of Logic (Source:, by José Graziano da Silva, FAO, May 8, 2013.

Rome, April 29, 2013, DEAR Comandante:
I have the honor of addressing you from my position as Director General of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), to sincerely congratulate you and the entire Cuban people for having fulfilled in advance the goal proposed by the World Food Summit, which took place in Rome 1996, and which proposed to reduce by half the number of malnourished persons in each country by 2015.   Continue Reading…

UNRISD Conference: The true potential of the social and solidarity economy

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Published on International Labour Organization ILO, by Guy Ryder, May 6, 2013.

GENEVA – ILO Director-General, Guy Ryder, has called for a better understanding of how the social and solidarity economy SSE – which includes cooperatives, social enterprises and mutual benefit organizations – can have a positive impact on the economy.

Speaking at the opening of a conference organized by the UN Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD) and the ILO, Potential and Limits of Social and Solidarity Economy, Ryder said decent work was at risk from austerity, which had been pursued by many governments in response to the economic crisis.    Continue Reading…

UNICEF: U.S. kids worse off than many of their Western counterparts

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Published on It’s Our Economy, by Caitlin Dewey and Max Fisher, April 18, 2013.

American children are on average worse off than children in Western Europe and barely better off than their counterparts in the Baltic states and the former Yugoslavia, according to a recent report from United Nation’s Children’s Fund (UNICEF) on the welfare of children in developed countries.

The report, which compares kids in 29 Western countries, measures well-being across five metrics: material well-being, health and safety, behaviors and risks, housing and environment, as well as education.   Continue Reading…

good links remaining on my dashboard

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Plutonomy: Buying Luxury, Explaining Global Imbalances.

For the International Day of Older Persons, the Official UN website is working together with the International Federation on Ageing;

the 5 most dangerous countries for women, on TrustLaw, by Lisa Anderson, June 15, 2011:

  • Afghanistan is most dangerous country for women (tops expert poll of dangers to women),
  • followed by Congo, plagued by rape as weapon of war,
  • Pakistan, blighted by acid attacks and ‘honour killings’,
  • India, cited for trafficking and sexual slavery,
  • Somalia, seen as having full gamut of risks;

Eine hoch entwickelte, technische Gesellschaft beendet alle Diskriminierungen oder zerstört sich selbst, on Humanitarian Texts, October 21, 2011;

Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights TRIPS, with it’s External Links and with See also on en.wikipedia.

Request for Proposal RFP no. LRQS-AMA-2013-9106153

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CLOSING 17 April 2013, 18:00 hours (Maputo Time) – Received by e-mail, From: Adolfo Mabote, Date: April 2, 2013.

Dear Madam / Sir, United Nations Children’s Fund UNICEF in Mozambique wishes to invite you to submit a proposal for conducting a Situation Analysis of Mozambican Children and Women.

Please find:

- the Request for Proposal, RFP, 12 pages, No. LRQS-AMA-2013-9106153 which includes:  Continue Reading…

UN Resolution 2093 endorses state building mission for Somalia

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Published on Pambazuka News, by Mohamud Uluso, March 13, 2013.

The UN Security Council Resolution 2093 adopted in Somalia on 6 March 2013 is critically examined for its achievements, opportunities and the challenges that remain for nation building to gain permanence in the country … //


Water for Africa

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Water for African Cities, uploaded all July-August 2011 by epitunhabitat unhabitat:

Côte d’Ivoire: Quatre personnes condamnées pour pratique d’excision à Danané

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Conférence Débat pour l’abandon de l’excision pour les droits de la femme, 72.03 min,  mise en ligne par Mélodies du Monde, le 23 févr. 2013: Conférence Débat pour l’abandon de l’excision pour les Droit des femmes à saint Denis;


Danané: Deux dames et deux hommes ont été condamnés jeudi par le tribunal de Danané (Doumbia Mariam, Diané Kadidiatou, Tiémoko Koné et Koné Moussa – région de Tonkpi) à six mois de prison ferme avec une amende de 30 000 FCFA chacun, pour pratique d’excision dans le village de Zéalé, publié dans, le 1er mars 2013.    Continue Reading…

UN spécial MGF/FGM

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Publié dans UN spé, Février 2013.

Et s’il était temps de créer une alliance des ong du nord et du sud? par Elisabeth Wilson. L’ONG Mon Enfant et Amevi Togo sont deux jeunes ONG. 760 km à peine les séparent. C’est la distance entre Genève et Bonn en Allemagne. Elles sont inconnues au bataillon de la grande armada onusienne. Pourtant elles font un travail de titan sur le terrain. Si vous les cherchez sur internet, vous ne les trouverez pas. Pas encore.   Continue Reading…

Exhibition at the United Nations Geneva UNOG

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… at the Salle des pas perdus, on Tuesday February 12, 2013 at 6.00 p.m., followed by a reception: ACANU has the pleasure to invite you to the exhibition History as News, based on the Josep Bosch Collection.

Syrian children paying terrible price

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UNICEF calls for all parties to spare children, as UN refugee agency describes situation as children’s refugee crisiswatch this video on Al Jazeera, 2.08 min, Jan 19, 2013.

The United Nations Fund for Children has denounced the increase of violence in Syria, adding that children are paying a terrible price as the near two-year-old conflict drags on.   Continue Reading…

Child recruitment by armed groups in Central African Republic

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Received by e-mail, From: HREA, Date: 07/01/2013

4 January 2013 – The United Nations Children’s Fund UNICEF today called on the Central African Republic (CAR) to immediately stop child recruitment by rebel groups and pro-government militias amidst reports of increasing use of this practice.   Continue Reading…

En Égypte, le spectre du retour de l’excision

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Publié dans Euro-Med Women Network, North-South Process for the Empowerment of Women, par, 19 December 2012.

Massivement pratiquées, les mutilations génitales féminines sont interdites depuis 2007. De récentes déclarations inquiètent les associations. L’excision va-t-elle redevenir légale en Égypte ? C’est ce que laisse entendre le documentaire-choc de Paul Moreira Sexe, salafistes et printemps arabes, diffusé récemment sur Canal+. En Égypte, ces mutilations existent depuis longtemps et sont pratiquées en masse, obéissant à une tradition présente en Afrique depuis l’Antiquité – et qui n’a donc pas été importée par l’islam.  Continue Reading…

2013 Fireworks

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Mutilations Génitales Féminines – au Nigéria et ailleurs

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Nigéria: Information indiquant si des parents peuvent refuser que leur fille subisse une mutilation des organes génitaux; protection offerte à l’enfant – Publié dans, par la Commission de l’immigration  et du statut de réfugié du Canada, le 21 novembre 2012.

  • … 2. Information indiquant si des parents peuvent refuser que leur fille subisse une mutilation des organes génitaux:
    Plusieurs sources ont souligné que les parents peuvent refuser que leur fille subisse une mutilation des organes génitaux (CWSI 5 nov. 2012; Okeke 7 nov. 2012; Women’s Rights Watch Nigeria 5 nov. 2012). La coordonnatrice de projet de Women’s Rights Watch Nigeria a affirmé que les parents, puisqu’ils jouent un rôle prépondérant dans la prise de telles décisions, sont libres de refuser que leur fille subisse cette mutilation (ibid.). Continue Reading…

Message from the WSIS Team

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Received by e-mail, From: WSIS Team, Date: Dec 6, 2012

Dear WSIS Stakeholders, It’s time to bid farewell to 2012 and to welcome 2013! 2012 has been an extraordinary year for the WSIS Process. The WSIS Forum 2012 was one of the most successful events that brought together more than 1300 WSIS Stakeholders to discuss, deliberate and plan WSIS related activities. The WSIS Forum 2012 resulted in an Outcome Document and in identification of Emerging Trends in each Action Line.  Continue Reading…

La France signataire du Protocole facultatif au Pacte international relatif aux droits économiques, sociaux et culturels (Pidesc)

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… une avancée majeure pour le respect des droits sociaux en France – Publié dans Ligue des droits de l’Homme LDH-France, le 11 décembre 2012 – Communiqué de presse de la Plateforme Desc, dont la LDH est membre.

Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, ministre des droits des femmes et porte-parole du gouvernement, a signé à New York le Protocole facultatif au Pacte international relatif aux droits économiques, sociaux et culturels PIDESC: … // Continue Reading…

Project, digital education

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Human Rights explained with an animated Video, uploaded by weareedeos. More information: project, digital education – Published on YouTube, Sept. to Nov. 2012.

Focus Human Rights: Violations, History, First Dimension, 8.19 min: Oct. 24, 2012: First part of the series “Focus Human Rights”. It deals with Civil and Political Rights, with Human Rights violations and the history of Human Rights …;

Economic, Social and Cultural Rights + Women’s Rights, NGOs, Second Dimension, 6.48 min: This is the second part of the series “Focus Human Rights”. It deals with the second dimension of the Human Rights System: The Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. Additionally, it explains women’s rights and shows how NGOs in the Human Rights sector work …;  Continue Reading…

Analysis: The win-win potential of microinsurance for migrants

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International migrants send home over US$ 400 billion a year, yet they and their families often lack basic social protection. That is where microinsurance can step in – Published on ILO, Oct. 29, 2012.

GENEVA (ILO News) – Migrants often serve as the equivalent of an informal insurance policy when adversity strikes their families back home but they themselves tend to be vulnerable and have limited access to social protection in host countries. Insurance could help address some of the risks involved but it is often too costly, complex and difficult to access for many low-income migrants.   Continue Reading…

A New Global Architecture for Sustainability Governance

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Published on WorldWatch Blogs, Oct. 9, 2012.

Political leaders did not create any new global treaties at the recent Rio+20 summit. Instead, they acknowledged and reaffirmed their commitments from previous global conferences and emphasized the need for implementation. Implementation, however, can occur when effective institutions are in place, adequate resources are available, and citizens are genuinely engaged.  Continue Reading…

High Level Side Event on Female Genital Mutilation

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… highlights the need for a Resolution of the United Nations General Assembly – Published on No Peace Without Justice, September 25, 2012.

No Peace Without Justice, together with its partners in the International NGO Coalition to Ban FGM Worldwide, congratulates the Missions of Burkina Faso and Benin to the United Nations for the success of the High Level Side Event “Intensifying Global Efforts for Eliminating Female Genital Mutilation” organized yesterday, on the eve of the opening of the General Debate of the 67th Session of the United Nations General Assembly.

The event, attended by over 150 participants, among whom First Ladies, Ministers, Ambassadors and the representatives of UN Agencies and civil society, underscored the importance given to combating FGM by an ever-widening group of States … // Continue Reading…

Committee on the Rights of the Child opens its sixty-first session

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Published on, by the Committee on the Rights of the Child, September 17, 2012.

The Committee on the Rights of the Child this morning opened its sixty-first session, in which it adopted its agenda and heard an address by Gianni Magazzeni, the Chief of Branch of the Americas, Europe and Central Asia Field Operations and Technical Cooperation Division at the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.  Continue Reading…

Humanitarian Law

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Exploring Humanitarian Law, 3.08 min, uploaded by AmRedCross, August 10, 2012.

UN moves to curb farmland grabs

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Published on Food Crisis and the Global Land Grab (first on Financial Times), by Javier Blas, March 25, 2012.

The UN has proposed that countries set limits on the size of agriculture land sales to regulate the growing trend of so-called farmland grabs.

The new voluntary guidelines won the consensus of nearly 100 countries this month after three years of negotiations and are now set to be ratified in May at a special session in Rome of the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation.   Continue Reading…

Stopping female genital mutilation/cutting in Senegal

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Video in english: leading the way, March 3, 2012 - la meme vidéo en français sur EUintheWorld.

Méfaits des mutilations génitales féminines MGF

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Publié dans Afrique en ligne, par Pana, le 11 mars 2012.

Le CPJ pour la protection des journalistes qui rapportent les méfaits des mutilations génétiques féminines au Liberia – Le Comité pour la protection des journalistes (CPJ) a invité les autorités libériennes à assurer la sécurité des journalistes menacés à plusieurs reprises pour avoir dénoncé les méfaits des mutilations génitales féminines (MGF) dans ce pays d’Afrique de l’ouest.   Continue Reading…

… et toujours les MGF

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ONU: Angélique Kidjo à New York pour la lutte contre la mutilation génitale féminine, dans;
idem dans OneVision;

ONU: Pour une résolution sur l’interdiction mondiale des mutilations génitales féminines, dans NEWS80, le 1er mars 2012;
idem dans Turess;
idem dans;


Amnesty International /La lettre femme, Février 2012, édité par Amnesty International Belgique francophone, 9, rue Berckmans, 1060 Bruxelles, Belgique: … Infos sur les MGF;

Voir le documentaire, 61.37 minutes:

Sensibilisation sur les mutilations génitales féminines: La Traversée du Fleuve en débat à l’UT de Charleroi, dans KANKAN Radio;
idem dans F. Desouche.

Female Genital Mutilation FGM: Cameroon for UN Resolution

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Despite efforts by government and partners, the practise still goes on in some quarters – Published on Cameroon Tribune, by Elizabeth MOSIMA, February 7, 2012.

FGM is a practice that is still going on in some African countries. In Cameroon, FGM is practiced in the Far North Region notably in the Logone and Chari and in the South West in Region especially in Manyu Division and some border localities and big cities like in the Briqueterie, Ekoudou neighbourhood in Yaounde.    Continue Reading…

Last year nearly 2,000 African communities end female genital mutilation – UN

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Published on UN News Centre, 6 February 2012.

A new United Nations report shows that almost 2,000 communities across Africa abandoned female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) last year, prompting calls for a renewed global push to end this harmful practice once and for all.  According to the report (also in arabic, french and spanish), issued by the UN Population Fund UNFPA and the UN Children’s Fund UNICEF, the total number of communities renouncing FGM/C has now reached 8,000 over the last few years … //   Continue Reading…

PhD Studentship ‘Implementing the UNCRC in Schools’ at Queen’s University Belfast

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The closing date for applications is 28 February 2012. – Received by e-mail, From: Bronagh Byrne, Date: Feb 7, 2012.

  • Dear All, Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland, is currently inviting applications for a full-time PhD Studentship on the following topic: ’Implementing the UNCRC in Schools: Comparative Approaches’. This University Studentship (EU & International) is available only to candidates who wish to enrol on a full time basis and covers tuition fees and maintenance (living costs).
  • Applicants are invited to submit a 2000 word research proposal in respect of this research objective, identifying the international models to be researched giving reasons for these choices. All proposals must include references to academic literature and provide evidence of academic reading within the research field including a paragraph on any ethical issues that are likely to arise in the course of the research. All applicants must contact the relevant named project director/potential supervisor prior to submitting their application and proposal.   Continue Reading…

CAGI – – NGO service: newsletter

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Received by e-mail, From: CHA, Date: 03. Feb. 2012

Dear Madam, Dear Sir, I would like to seize the opportunity of the beginning of this year to remind you that the NGO Service has enhanced and made available online its Recruitment platform and NGO News section. I remain at your disposal for any question. Best regards, Valeska Jeandupeux, Coordinatrice ONG, T + 41 22 546 14 00, F + 41 22 546 14 18, e-mail,,,   Continue Reading…

Japanese clothing retail giant helps refugees in unique ways

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Published on AlertNet, Source UNHCR, January 18, 2012.

UNHCR values its relationship with corporate partners, who have become an increasingly important part of its private sector fund-raising base. The refugee agency’s partnership with UNIQLO, Japan’s leading clothing retail chain, has been developing in exciting ways over the past few years.    Continue Reading…

UN Food and Agricultural Chief da Silva: Speculation Is an Important Cause of High Prices

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Published on Spiegel Online International, Interview conducted by Susanne Amman and Michaela Schiessl, January 16, 2012.
In a SPIEGEL interview, José Graziano da Silva, 62, the new head of the United Nations aid organization FAO, discusses his plans to combat hunger as well as his efforts to limit speculation and the impact it has on dramatically fluctuating food prices … //     Continue Reading…

Mieux naître en Afrique, en Ethiopie

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Publié dans L’indépendant, le 7 janvier 2012.

Le docteur Claude-Emile Tourné, président du collectif, s’est rendu en pays Afar, en Ethiopie, pour un bilan du fonctionnement de la maternité et du réseau de soins mis en place par le collectif Mieux naître en Afrique.  Continue Reading…

Le Comité des droits économiques, sociaux et culturels examine le rapport du Cameroun

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Publié dans Nations Unies /Droits de l’homme, par le Comité des droits économiques, sociaux et culturels, le 22 novembre 2011.

… Présentation du rapport du Cameroun:

M. ANATOLE FABIEN MARIE NKOU, Représentant permanent du Cameroun auprès des Nations Unies à Genève, a fait part de sa satisfaction de voir renoué, au bout de dix ans, le dialogue entre le Cameroun et le Comité des droits économiques, sociaux et culturels Continue Reading…

16 Days of Activism: 15 years of initiatives to end violence against women

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Published on United Nations Human Rights, 30 November 2011.

From Uganda to Grenada; from Nepal to Iraq; from Bangladesh to Ukraine: since its creation in 1996, the UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women has delivered more than USD 78 million to support 339 initiatives around the world.  Continue Reading…

Le gouvernement ivoirien s’inquiète de l’intensité des violences sur les femmes

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Publié dans AfriqueInfos (d’abord dans english Xinhua), le 26 novembre 2011.

ABIDJAN, 26 novembre (Xinhua) – La ministre ivoirienne de la Famille, de la Femme et de l’Enfant, Raymonde Goudou Coffie, a dénoncé vendredi à Abidjan l’intensité des violences sur les femmes.

Selon Mme Coffie qui intervenait à l’occasion de la célébration de la Journée internationale pour l’élimination des violences à l’égard des femmes, ces violences qui ont atteint des proportions croissantes concernent des violences physiques subies par des femmes, des mauvais traitements souvent dégradants ou inhumains que sont les violences sexuelles, conjugales, les abus psychologiques et émotifs, la prostitution forcée, le harcèlement sexuel.  Continue Reading…

L’ONU souhaite un plus grand rôle des femmes dans la prévention des conflits

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L’ONU souhaite un plus grand rôle des femmes dans la prévention des conflits – Publié dans /Centre d’Actualités de l’ONU, le 28 octobre 2011.

A l’occasion d’un débat sur les femmes, la paix et la sécurité au Conseil de sécurité, le Secrétaire général de l’ONU, Ban Ki-moon, et la Directrice exécutive de l’ONU-Femmes, Michelle Bachelet, ont appelé les Etats Membres et la société civile à augmenter la présence et le rôle des femmes dans la prévention et la résolution des conflits afin de favoriser la paix, la stabilité et la démocratie.  Continue Reading…

L’ONU appelle à l’action politique contre les violences faites aux femmes

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Publié dans /Centre d’Actualités de l’ONU, le 23 novembre 2011.

Dans la perspective de la Journée internationale pour l’élimination de la violence à l’égard des femmes qui sera célébrée vendredi, le Secrétaire général de l’ONU, Ban Ki-moon, et la Directrice exécutive de l’ONU-Femmes, Michelle Bachelet, ont appelé les dirigeants du monde à renforcer la lutte contre les violences faites aux femmes … //   Continue Reading…

Afrique: Lutte contre les MGF

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Lutte contre les mutilations génitales, Un conclave du comité interafricain sur les pratiques traditionnelles – Publié dans, par MK, le 18 novembre 2011.

Après Dakar, c’est au tour d’Abidjan d’abriter la campagne internationale pour l’interdiction mondiale des mutilations génitales féminines.
La Fondation Djigui la grande espérance, coordonnatrice pays de ce grand conclave qui réuni tous les mondiaux de la lutte contre les pratiques traditionnelles néfastes a organisé hier à son siège sis à Marcory résidentiel un point de presse pour donner les grandes articulations de cette rencontre internationale prévue du 19 au 21 novembre prochain Abidjan … //   Continue Reading…


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La violence à l’égard des femmes et des filles, qui se manifeste sous de multiples formes, est très répandue dans le monde, que l’on pense aux viols, à la violence dans la famille, au harcèlement sur le lieu de travail, à la violence à l’école, aux mutilations génitales féminines ou aux violences sexuelles dans les conflits armés. Ces atrocités sont principalement infligées par des hommes.   Continue Reading…

Invitation à l’Assemblée générale du Réseau Femmes africaines, Horizon 2015

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le Samedi 26 novembre 2011 de 12h30 à 16h30, – au Centre Communautaire 6767, Côte-des-Neiges (en face de Plaza Côte des Neiges, bus 165 ou 535, Metro CDN), Salle : Salle 401-2, 4ème étage – Publié dans

Femmes africaines, Horizon 2015 (FAH2015) est un Réseau d‘Africaines (d‘origine, d‘ascendance et de cœur) intervenantes en développement humain (travailleuses sociales, sociologues, communicatrices, linguistes, etc.). Fondé en 1994, FAH2015 est officiellement une OSBL depuis 1998. Par le biais de l‘information, de l‘éducation et de la communication ou I.E.C. en matière de populations, FAH2015 poursuit les objectifs suivants : Continue Reading…

Call for Applications …

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to the Special Fund of the Optional Protocol to the UN Convention against Torture 2011-2012 – Key Facts of the Call for Applications 2011-2012 – The Call for Applications 2011-2012 will close on 30 November 2011 at 24:00 CET;

Published on HURIDOCS, November 4, 2011 (+ texte en français / + texto en español).

The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights OHCHR will accept project applications from eligible applicants aimed at implementing recommendations made by the Subcommittee on Prevention of Torture (SPT) after a visit to a State party … //  Continue Reading…

Les aides-soignant-e-s en grève -La revalorisation, maintenant!

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A l’Hopital Universitaire de Genève HUG – Publié dans Syndicat des services publics vpod-ssp, Novembre 2011.

Aides-soignant-e-s HUG: les raisons de notre grève … depuis le 18 octobre 2011:  Le métier d’aide-soignant-e a profondément évolué ces dix dernières années. Notre nouveau cahier des charges, en vigueur depuis décembre 2009, est plus exigeant : il demande une relation avec le patientplus intense, la maîtrise de nouvelles technologies, plus de responsabilités et d’implication dans le processus de soin, des capacités d’observation accrues de l’état général du patient… mais il ne prend pas en compte l’augmentation de notre charge de travail … //    Continue Reading…

POLITIQUE: Rapport sur la discrimination à l`égard des femmes

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Dr Coffie Raymonde défend avec succès le dossier ivoirien à Génève. – Publié dans, par les Ministères, le 22 Octobre 2011.

La Ministre de la Famille de la Femme et de l’Enfant de Côte d’ivoire était le 14 octobre 2011 devant la commission de la CEDEF (Convention pour l’élimination de toutes les formes de discrimination à l’égard des femmes), au palais des Nations à Genève . La Côte d’ivoire qui se présentait pour la première fois à cette tribune a été honorée grâce au brillant dossier défendu par Dr Coffie Raymonde … //   Continue Reading…

UNOG – Examen Périodique Universel: Ouganda

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Douzième session du groupe de travail de l’Examen périodique universel.

Publié dans Mission permanente de la France auprès de l’Office des Nations Unies à Genève, concerne l’Ouganda: Intervention de la France, le 11 octobre 2011.  Continue Reading…