"Let Girls be Girls" - Joining efforts to eliminate harmful practices - INVITATION to the launch of a Strategy to Eliminate Harmful Practices 2019-2023.
It’s high time to strengthen efforts to eliminate harmful practices, and efforts must be based on the protection of human rights and promotion of the rights of children and women, including sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR).
Green response to refugee situations – urgent need for sustainable energy solutions
Join UNHCR’s Clean Energy Challenge and support the ambition that all refugee settlements and nearby host communities will have access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy by 2030.
Children and Armed Conflict – Protecting children during and after war
Humanitarian crises disproportionately affect children. This side event will highlight the role of two important frameworks in protecting children in conflict settings: The Mine Ban Convention and the Safe Schools Declaration.
Women, Peace and Security.
Event co-organized by UN Women and Norway.
Geneva Launch of the EAT-Lancet Commission Report
The full scientific review of what constitutes a healthy diet from a sustainable food system, and which actions can support and speed up food system transformation.
Follow up to the Marrakech Conference and Declaration Expanding civic space and protecting human rights defenders
Side Event - Co-Organized by the GANHRI and OHCHR with the co-sponsorship of the Permanent Mission of Norway
Sexual violence against men and boys in humanitarian crises
International Women's day – Consolidating 25 years of achievements to accelerate the promise of Cairo
20 years of protection: Celebrating the entry into force of the Mine Ban Convention
The Convention is celebrating 164 States Parties, 51.8 million stockpiled mines destroyed – each potentially saving a life or a limb, and vast areas of land successfully cleared.
Recognizing Environmental Human Rights Defenders and the need for their protection
Environmental human rights defenders are key to the realisation of human rights, sustainable development and to advancing the 2030 Agenda.
High Level Dialogue - Combating Marine Litter and Microplastics
Global governance options to be considered at the 4th Session of the UN Environment Assembly How can a stronger global framework support regional and national efforts in combatting marine litter?