Partnering to address the humanitarian plastics crisis
Innovative partnerships between the private sector, humanitarian organisations and governments are key to addressing current challenges caused by plastic pollution in humanitarian operations.
Invitation to a Webinar: Addressing plastic pollution in humanitarian operations through innovation partnerships
Please join us in looking at why plastic pollution is a challenge for humanitarian operations, how innovation partnerships can help us find new solutions, and possible ways forward.
Moving forward the Clean Energy Challenge
“This is about saving lives and protecting people, and ensuring that longer-term development goals are achieved,” said Ambassador Tine Mørch Smith in her remarks at the briefing Energy in Crisis: A briefing for Member States from the UNHCR Clean Ener
A virtual briefing on: Energy in times of crisis
How can clean and reliable energy bring short-term and long-term benefits to the displaced and local communities when responding to COVID-19? What can Member States do to support refugees on the ground in the midst of the two interconnected crises of
Handbook for United Nations Field Missions on Preventing and Responding to Conflict-Related Sexual Violence
The Permanent Mission of Norway and the Department of Peace Operations with the support of the Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs, Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Sexual Violence in Conflict and Office
“Connected or Muted? New opportunities for women’s participation in peace processes during the COVID-19 pandemic”
This online dialogue will bring together experts on women’s participation and leadership in peacebuilding, conflict prevention and sustaining peace, and people who are actively involved in peace processes at various levels.
COVID-19 and the gendered impact of the crisis
Join our discussion on Wednesday, 29th April at 13:00 UTC (15:00 CEST) where we will highlight key women’s rights concerns during the pandemic, and try to develop recommendations for how governments can mitigate the negative impact of their crisis po
The Climate Crisis is not Gender Neutral
IMPORTANT - the event has been cancelled - The Climate Crisis is not Gender Neutral - Gender, Climate Change and SRHR When: Monday 9 March at 10:30 Venue: XI, A-building, Palais des Nations
The Climate Crisis is not Gender Neutral - Gender, Climate Change and SRHR
On 9 March 2020, following the International Women’s Day, Norway & UNFPA, together with partners, are organising a panel discussion to explore interlinkages between climate change, gender equality and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR)
"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.