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Objectives Objectives:  Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to: Use  insights and tools from academia, research and practice to analyse an armed group of your choice. Identify   engagement opportunities and describe what an engagement process could entail for the selected armed group. (...) Module 4  focuses on implications for the UN of engagement with armed groups for political processes and for humanitarian access. (...) Where ONLINE When 12 Apr - 07 May 2021 Fee 750 USD Duration 4 weeks Enrolment deadline 09 Apr 2021 Contact peacesecurity@unssc.org Language English See all Editions Next courses ONLINE 07 Mar - 04 Apr 2022 Analysing and Engaging Armed Groups ONLINE 17 Oct - 06 Nov 2022 Analysing and Engaging Armed Groups Previous courses ONLINE 13 Sep - 08 Oct 2021 Analysing and engaging armed groups - September ONLINE 30 Oct - 27 Nov 2020 Analysing and engaging armed groups View all > Keep me updated I would like to receive email notifications about updates on this course SUBSCRIBE Are you looking for a tailor-made solution?
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Score: 360034.77 - https://www.unssc.org/node/238540/
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Objectives Objectives:  Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to: Use  insights and tools from academia, research and practice to analyse an armed group of your choice. Identify   engagement opportunities and describe what an engagement process could entail for the selected armed group. (...) Module 4  focuses on implications for the UN of engagement with armed groups for political processes and for humanitarian access. (...) Where ONLINE When 13 Sep - 08 Oct 2021 Fee 750 USD Duration 4 weeks Enrolment deadline 09 Sep 2021 Contact peacesecurity@unssc.org Language English See all Editions Next courses ONLINE 07 Mar - 04 Apr 2022 Analysing and Engaging Armed Groups ONLINE 17 Oct - 06 Nov 2022 Analysing and Engaging Armed Groups Previous courses ONLINE 12 Apr - 07 May 2021 Analysing and engaging armed groups - April ONLINE 30 Oct - 27 Nov 2020 Analysing and engaging armed groups View all > Keep me updated I would like to receive email notifications about updates on this course SUBSCRIBE Are you looking for a tailor-made solution?
Language:English
Score: 360034.77 - https://www.unssc.org/node/238541/
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Objectives Objectives:  Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to: Use  insights and tools from academia, research and practice to analyse an armed group of your choice. Identify   engagement opportunities and describe what an engagement process could entail for the selected armed group. (...) Module 4  focuses on implications for the UN of engagement with armed groups for political processes and for humanitarian access. (...) Where ONLINE When 13 Sep - 08 Oct 2021 Fee 750 USD Duration 4 weeks Enrolment deadline 09 Sep 2021 Contact peacesecurity@unssc.org Language English See all Editions Next courses ONLINE 07 Mar - 04 Apr 2022 Analysing and Engaging Armed Groups ONLINE 17 Oct - 06 Nov 2022 Analysing and Engaging Armed Groups Previous courses ONLINE 12 Apr - 07 May 2021 Analysing and engaging armed groups - April ONLINE 30 Oct - 27 Nov 2020 Analysing and engaging armed groups View all > Keep me updated I would like to receive email notifications about updates on this course SUBSCRIBE Are you looking for a tailor-made solution?
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Score: 360034.77 - https://www.unssc.org/courses/...gaging-armed-groups-september/
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Parenting of Adolescents Programming Guidance Advancing Child-Centred Public Policy in Brazil through Adolescent Civic Engagement in Local Governance Adolescents Take Action to Mitigate and Alleviate the Harmful Effects of Air Pollution in Mongolia and Viet Nam ENGAGED AND HEARD! Guidelines on Adolescent Participation and Civic Engagement The Guidelines are intended to support the design of meaningful and equitable Adolescent Participation and Civic Engagement. (...) Child Friendly Cities Initiative: Strategies for Youth Participation Explore this compendium of examples, by country, of policies, mechanisms and initiatives that engage children and youth in local governance. Toolkit for Adolescent and Youth Engagement This guide for partners in the Middle East and North Africa outlines how to engage adolescents and youth in programming, particularly as it supports their economic, civic and social engagement.
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Score: 360027.34 - https://www.unicef.org/adolescence/participation
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ENGAGE-TB Approach facilitates the engagement of NGOs and other CSOs in community-based TB activities. Learn more about the ENGAGE-TB Approach News, Announcements and Events ENGAGE-TB at the Union Conference in Barcelona Global TB Report 2014: documentation of community engagement is growing [pdf 97kb] Check out the first ever data on community contributions from the Global TB Report 2013 [pdf 200kb] Launch of Operational Guidance for the ENGAGE-TB Approach, 16 November 2012 fact buffet 8 million population in project areas Resources 4 000+ newly identified TB patients in 2013- 2014 Resources Highlighted documents To access the operational guidance on the ENGAGE-TB Approach please click here Available in English, French and Spanish To access the implementation manual on the ENGAGE-TB Approach please click here Available in English, French and Spanish To access the training manual on the ENGAGE-TB Approach please click here Available in English, French and Spanish To access the training manual for community health workers and community volunteers please click here Available in English Resources WHO End TB Strategy pdf, 1.95Mb Brochure: The WHO End TB Strategy pdf, 934kb Implementing the End TB Strategy: The Essentials Brochure: On the road to ending TB Fact sheet pdf, 723kb “Tuberculosis kills five thousand people every day. (...) These will build momentum, get different sectors engaged, and accelerate our efforts to make TB history."
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Score: 360020.73 - https://www.who.int/tb/people_and_communities/en/
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The objective of this document is to outline a strategy and plan for engagement and communication with safety stakeholders and partners in the MID to enhance the level of participation in and support to RASG-MID and its subsidiary bodies, in order to achieve the expected goals from RASG-MID. 2 STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT This section of the document outlines the strategy and plan for the engagement of safety stakeholders in the MID Region. 2.1 Why do we need engagement? The need for enhanced safety stakeholders’ engagement is three-fold; • Benefits for Stakeholders 1. (...) Virtual meetings will be used to compensate for face-to-face meetings where possible. RASG-MID Engagement Strategy Page 5 3 MONITORING OF EFFECTIVENESS 3.1 How to assess engagement and effective communication?
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Score: 359988.57 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...7-%20Engagement%20Strategy.pdf
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(See CSO engagement in GFF front runner countries – Annex 3) 2. (...) Ensure adequate resources for CSO Engagement. a. There should be GFF funds set aside at the central/global level for CSO engagement. (...) Why is civil society engagement important?  Evidence suggests that supporting active civil society engagement promotes equity and access to improved health service delivery and health outcomes.  There is growing evidence and visibility of CSO engagement in national acceleration plans.  Meaningful civil society engagement is a key goal and requirement for GAVI, PMNCH, GFF, and FP2020. 2.
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Score: 359946.7 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/gff_cso_meeting_report.pdf
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Association for Rural Area Social Modification, Improvement and Nestling (ARASMIN) – Communication on Engagement | UN Global Compact All Participants Search Who We Are The SDGs Participation Take Action Engage Locally Explore Our Library About News Sign In Contact Us Communication on Engagement In this section Participation Getting Started Why Join Reporting Communication on Progress Communication on Engagement Communication on Engagement Participant Association for Rural Area Social Modification, Improvement and Nestling (ARASMIN) Published 2015/10/17 Time period October 2014  –  October 2015 Files COMMUNICATION_ON_ENGAGEMENT.pdf (English) NPR-ARASMIN-PROJECT-1_UPTO_MARCH'_15.pdf (English) NPR-ARASMIN-PROJECT-2_UPTO___MARCH'15.pdf (English) Format Part of another type of report Self-assessment Includes a CEO statement of continued support for the UN Global Compact and its ten principles Includes a measurement of outcomes Actions The COE contains a description of the practical actions that the organization has taken to support the Global Compact and to engage with the initiative. Engage with Global Compact Local Networks Join and/or propose partnership projects on corporate sustainability Engage companies in Global Compact-related issues Join and/or support special initiatives and work streams Provide commentary to companies on Communications on Progress Participate in Global Compact global, and local events Other actions to support the Global Compact and to engage with the initiative Note: Responsibility for the content of participants' public communication related to the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact and their implementation lies with participants themselves and not with the UN Global Compact.
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Score: 359636.65 - https://www.unglobalcompact.or...reate-and-submit/detail/179171
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Association for Rural Area Social Modification, Improvement and Nestling (ARASMIN) – Communication on Engagement | UN Global Compact All Participants Search Who We Are The SDGs Participation Take Action Engage Locally Explore Our Library About News Sign In Contact Us Communication on Engagement In this section Participation Getting Started Why Join Reporting Communication on Progress Communication on Engagement Communication on Engagement Participant Association for Rural Area Social Modification, Improvement and Nestling (ARASMIN) Published 2017/10/17 Time period October 2015  –  October 2017 Files COMMUNICATION_ON_ENGAGEMENT.pdf (English) MISSION_STATEMENT_OF_ARASMIN.pdf (English) ANNUAL_REPORT_2016-2017.pdf (English) Format Stand alone document Self-assessment Includes a CEO statement of continued support for the UN Global Compact and its ten principles Includes a measurement of outcomes Actions The COE contains a description of the practical actions that the organization has taken to support the Global Compact and to engage with the initiative. Engage with Global Compact Local Networks Join and/or propose partnership projects on corporate sustainability Engage companies in Global Compact-related issues Join and/or support special initiatives and work streams Provide commentary to companies on Communications on Progress Participate in Global Compact global, and local events Other actions to support the Global Compact and to engage with the initiative We are always with the UN Global Compact for Sustainable Development.
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Score: 359636.65 - https://www.unglobalcompact.or...reate-and-submit/detail/380951
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Association for Rural Area Social Modification, Improvement and Nestling (ARASMIN) – Communication on Engagement | UN Global Compact All Participants Search Who We Are The SDGs Participation Take Action Engage Locally Explore Our Library About News Sign In Contact Us Communication on Engagement In this section Participation Getting Started Why Join Reporting Communication on Progress Communication on Engagement Communication on Engagement Participant Association for Rural Area Social Modification, Improvement and Nestling (ARASMIN) Published 2013/11/14 Time period November 2013  –  November 2013 Files Communication on Engagement.pdf (English) NARRATIVE ANNUAL REP..pdf (English) Audit Report-12-13.pdf (English) Format Stand alone document Self-assessment Includes a CEO statement of continued support for the UN Global Compact and its ten principles Includes a measurement of outcomes Actions The COE contains a description of the practical actions that the organization has taken to support the Global Compact and to engage with the initiative. Engage with Global Compact Local Networks Join and/or propose partnership projects on corporate sustainability Engage companies in Global Compact-related issues Join and/or support special initiatives and work streams Provide commentary to companies on Communications on Progress Participate in Global Compact global, and local events Other actions to support the Global Compact and to engage with the initiative Supporting and Strengthening the Local Network on its progress.
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Score: 359636.65 - https://www.unglobalcompact.or...create-and-submit/detail/45081
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