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In what ways are young people involved in international development? At local level? (...) How do we ensure that youth is meaningfully involved in decisions on development processes and how development funds are spent? How do we ensure that youth is involved in all parts of this process? How do we ensure representativeness among the young people involved?
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Score: 395352.86 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...22doc/notes/duf-pm-denmark.pdf
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Time/ Day Monday 24 February Tuesday 25 February Wednesday 26 February Thursday 27 February Friday 28 February Plenary (CR-1) Plenary (CR-1: 9-10am) Plenary (CR-1: 9-10 am) Plenary (CR-1) Plenary (CR-1: 10:00 am-12pm) 9 am - 12pm Item 1: Opening of the Session and remarks by  Chair of UNFF11 Bureau  Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Water and Natural Resources-Kenya  Assistant Secretary General-DESA Item 2: Election of the AHEG Co-Chairs  Remarks by AHEG Co-Chairs Item 3: Adoption of the Agenda and other organizational matters  Introduction of official and relevant documents for the meeting by UNFFS Item 4: Tasks of the AHEG 1  Progress Report by the IAF Independent Assessment Team Q & A Item 4: Tasks of the AHEG  Presentation/Panel on UNFF Performance/Achievements: its strengths, weakness, areas for improvement Item 4: Tasks of the AHEG  Summary of the 25 Feb discussions in the working groups by the AHEG Co- Chairs  Presentation/Panel on CPF: its strengths, weakness, areas for improvement Item 4: Tasks of the AHEG  Summary of the 26 Feb discussions in the working groups by the AHEG Co-Chairs  Presentation/Key Note Speeches on the way forward for the future IAF, as well as its interconnection with the SDGs and post 2015 UN development agenda Q & A Item 4: Tasks of the AHEG The meeting will begin at 10:00 am to enable factual comments on the Co-Chairs’ summary of AHEG-1 WG1 (10am – 12 pm) (CR-1) WG2 (10am – 12 pm) (CR3) WG1 (10am – 12 pm) (CR-1) WG2 (10am – 12 pm) (CR3) Experts will be involved in an interactive discussion on the topic of the Plenary Experts will be involved in an interactive discussion on the topic of the Plenary Experts will be involved in an interactive discussion on the topic of the Plenary Experts will be involved in an interactive discussion on the topic of the Plenary 12 – 2 pm Lunch Break Lunch break Lunch break Lunch break Lunch break Plenary (CR-1) Plenary (CR-1: 2-3pm) Plenary (CR-1: 2-3pm) Regional Groups Meetings Plenary (CR-1: 2:00-4:00pm) 2 - 5 pm Item 4: Tasks of the AHEG  Compilation of views and proposals on the IAF (presentation of inputs provided by countries and other stakeholders in responses to the format prepared by the UNFFS) Item 4: Tasks of the AHEG  Presentation/Panel on NLBI/GOFs: their strengths, weakness, options for improvement Item 4: Tasks of the AHEG  Presentation/Panel on engagement of Major Groups and Regional organizations and processes in the current IAF: strengths, weakness, areas for improvement Item 4: Tasks of the AHEG Meeting of members of the IAF Independent Assessment Team with each of their respective regions Item 4: Tasks of the AHEG • Taking note of the Co-Chairs’ summary of AHEG-1 Item 5: Other matters Item 6: Adoption of the report of the AHEG-1 to the AHEG2 Closure of the meeting at 4:00 pm WG1 (3-5 pm) (CR-1) WG2 ( 3-5 pm) (CR-3) WG1 (3-5 pm) (CR-1) WG2 (3-5 pm) (CR-3) Experts will be involved in an interactive discussion on the topic of the Plenary Experts will be involved in an interactive discussion on the topic of the Plenary Experts will be involved in an interactive discussion on the topic of the Plenary Experts will be involved in an interactive discussion on the topic of the Plenary
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Score: 380256.6 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests...2014/12/AHEG1-IAF_ProgWork.pdf
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IMPLEMENTATION CHALLENGES: PLANNING ❑ STI Roadmap: describe long, middle and short term operational actions that are necessary to implement the policy ❑ Calendars: setting stages and gates (expected results), time allocated to each stage and clear deadlines ❑ Roles and responsibilities: clearly identify tasks and duties and answerabilities at all levels ❑ Resources: human and financial ❑ Targets: measurable and realistic STI performance indicators, intermediate and final ❑ Costing: content and process ❑ Press and social media: actions to obtain public support IMPLEMENTATION CHALLENGES: SYSTEMS APPROACH ❑ Assess the current economic, social and political environment and how to adapt ❑ Identify the main inputs (laws, regulations) and outputs (behavioural outcomes) needed to succeed ❑ Identify the key STI actors required to implement the policies (granular perspective) ❑ Identify the social, economic and political (SEP) relations between key STI actors and with other actors, including those involved in SDGs ❑ Identify and assess the SEP effects and repercussions of the implementation process ❑ Examine and assess the interactions of all the above and their impact on successful implementation WHAT TYPES OF TOOLS? BY TYPE OF INNOVATION ❑ Ensure STI is top Presidential or parliamentary priority ❑ Make sure it is also top Ministerial priority ❑ Secure private and public sector champions ❑ Draw on STI bureaucracy: influence and advocacy ❑ Work on generating leadership and commitment ❑ Build on committed personnel ❑ Have a ‘lead ministry/body’ that runs the process IMPLEMENTATION CHALLENGES: LEADERSHIP AND COMMITMENT IMPLEMENTATION CHALLENGES: GOVERNANCE ❑ Introduce an overall representative STI multi- stakeholder consulting/decision making instance ❑ Allocate a body with the overall responsibility of implementation (directorate, department, agency) ❑ Establish within the responsible body the duties, structures and joint tasks that fit the purposes according to their individual specializations ❑ Create intra and interorganizational teams to deal with specific aspects of the policies ❑ Provide the public full information on the reasoning underlying the policies, processes and actors involved and accountabilities ❑ Ensure implementation processes and related rules are clear and transparent to all those involved IMPLEMENTATION CHALLENGES: COORDINATION ❑ Achieving successful STI policy implementation often depends significantly non-STI actors or actions ❑ Create multi-stakeholders implementation committees, working groups and teams ❑ Ensure the relevant individuals or organizations are represented in these instances, including UN ❑ Rotate responsibilities across all stakeholders based on expertise ❑ Establish focal points for coordination in all the units and organizations involved in implementing policies ❑ Follow-up on the tasks which are responsibility of other organizations and ensure they are delivered as expected and in time IMPLEMENTATION CHALLENGES: TRADITIONAL AND SOCIAL MEDIA AND INTERNET ❑ Media, and nowadays above all social media, can be an important ally for implementing STI policies ❑ Identify media outlets that are used by the STI communities to disseminate information (Web, Tweeter, Instagram Facebook) ❑ Introduce a media campaign aimed at: • Presenting the rationale and expected benefits of the policies • Inform the public and put STI at the center of the policy debate • Encourage debate • Advocate for the policies and enlist support ❑ Use internet platforms, facebook, tweeter, webpages and any available e-facilities to facilitate the involvement of stakeholders in the implementation process ❑ Ensure that information provided is easy to understand, useful and comprehensive so that users can have an adequate understanding of the issues at stake IMPLEMENTATION CHALLENGES: MANAGERIAL CAPABILITIES ❑ Implementation involves allocation of resources across competing demands, and often it is unpredictable and uncertain, involves the resistance of some stakeholders, entails practical difficulties and even the disruption of existing arrangements ❑ Entrust STI managers with the power to make decisions during the implementation stage of the policy process ❑ Introduce the required managerial capabilities: • Technical expertise: content and process • Holistic thinking • Creativity • Problem solving • Social networks • Communicating • Influencing and convincing • Trustworthy and respect • Risk-taking • Exploration and experimentation ❑ Make use of adequate implementation vehicles: executive orders, administrative mechanisms, rules and regulations IMPLEMENTATION CHALLENGES: RESOURCES ❑ Ensure the necessary level of financial resources • Content: R&D grants, subsidies, tax incentives, funding programs, capacity building, services • Process: consultants, studies, interviews, travel, meetings, software, communications, press, social media ❑ Obtain the right mix of STI human resources • Managers • Experts • Support staff • Communications professionals ❑ Attain the required knowledge • Epistemic community • Policy Research • International Experiences • Consultancy companies/international organizations IMPLEMENTATION CHALLENGES: LEARNING AND FEEDBACK LOOPS ❑ STI policy Implementation is far from being an exact science and successful implementation involves learning by doing and learning from the experiences and mistakes done ❑ Learning by doing: • Take into account the contextual conditions and how they affect implementation • Continuously adjust plans to reflect contextual conditions • Test alternative approaches to implementation as problems emerge • Reflect on the regular challenges that emerge during implementation • Regularly collect process data, systematize and analyze it • Constantly monitor progress ❑ Learning from experience: • Codify implementation process • Analyze and explain what went right and wrong and how can it be improved • Draw on experiences elsewhere • Perform full post-implementation process evaluations ❑ Improve processes based on the knowledge generated during learning FINAL REMARKS ❑ Many of the implementation recommendations mentioned are already in place in countries with elaborate institutions and policy processes. (...) Conversely, for instruments that are less sophisticated and of less impact, a more straightforward approach can be taken. ❑ The implementation of policy instruments is also a complex processes although their complexities lie more in the social, political and managerial processes involved than in the technicalities and processes of designing the instruments ❑ The intricacies involved in achieving successful implementation are such that ‘cutting corners’ or reducing the length of time processes demand for political expediency will only derail implementation and result in failure.
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Score: 376757.81 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...mplementation%20Challenges.pdf
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Get Involved | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili International Decade for People of African Descent 2015-2024 Toggle navigation Home About » Background Programme of Activities Actions taken Events » Upcoming Events Past Events World Day for Africa and Afrodescendant Culture Multimedia » Video and Audio Photos Exhibit Resources » Related Websites Documents Articles & Publications Messages Promotional Materials UN Observances Slave Trade » International Day of Remembrance of the Victims Outreach Programme on the transatlantic slave trade and slavery Permanent Memorial Permanent Forum Fellowship Regional Meetings » 2019 - Africa 2017 - Europe, Central Asia and North America 2015 - Latin America and the Caribbean International Day Get Involved Get Involved Join us in promoting the International Decade for People of African Descent. (...) Here are a few ways you can get involved: Find an event near you >>   Organize your own event and use the Decade logo in your printed and electronic materials >>   Apply for the UN Fellowship for People of African Descent >>   Educate yourself with these resources: 1.
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Score: 366666.8 - https://www.un.org/en/observan...e-african-descent/get-involved
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Agenda Item/Task Time/ Day Monday 14 January Tuesday 15 January Wednesday 16 January Thursday 17 January Friday 18 January Plenary (BR-B) Plenary (BR-B) Parallel Working Groups Meetings Parallel Working Groups Meetings Plenary (BR-B) 10 am- 1pm Item 1: Opening of the Session ( by AHEG1 Co-Chairs) Item 2: Election of the AHEG2 Co-Chairs • Statement by Chair of the UNFF10 Bureau • Remarks by AHEG2 Co-Chairs • Remarks by UNFF Director Item 3: Adoption of the Agenda and other organizational matters • Introduction of official and relevant documents for the meeting Item 4: Tasks of the AHEG • Panel on the key Findings of the 2012 AGF Study on Forest Financing (UNFF, GEF, GM/UNCCD, FAO, UNFF) Qs & As Item 4: Tasks of the AHEG • Presentations on actions on forests and economic development (by the consultants) (Uma Lele, Arun Agrawal) Qs & As • Presentations on the findings of the study on the impacts of price of carbon on forest financing (by the consultants) (Evan Johnson, Asako Takimoto) Qs & As • Presentation on private sector’s actions (industries) in forest financing (by a representative from industries) (Ben Cashore) Qs & As Item 4: Tasks of the AHEG Working Group one (Room M3) Identification of national actions/strategies to mobilize financing for forests (To begin with presentations by India and AFF) followed by Qs and As- Then experts will be involved in an interactive discussions to respond to the questions by the Co-Chairs on the above topic) ------------------------------------------------- Working Group 2 (BR-B) Identification of regional and international actions/strategies to mobilize financing for forests ( To begin with presentations by Gary Dunning,, IUCN followed by Qs and As- Then experts will be involved in an interactive discussions to respond to the questions by the Co-Chairs on the above topic) Item 4: Tasks of the AHEG Working Group one (Room M3) Identification of national actions/strategies to mobilize financing for forests (To begin with presentations by Burkina Faso, Kenya followed by Qs and As- Then experts will be involved in an interactive discussions to respond to the questions by the Co-Chairs on the above topic) ------------------------------------------------- Working Group 2 (BR-B) Identification of regional and international actions/strategies to mobilize financing for forests ( To begin with presentations by WB followed by Qs and As- Then experts will be involved in an interactive discussions to respond to the questions by the Co-Chairs on the above topic) Item 4: Tasks of the AHEG Comments on the Co-Chairs’ summary of the discussion during the AHEG-2 Plenary (BR-B) Plenary (BR-B) Parallel Working Groups Meetings Parallel Working Groups Meetings Plenary (BR-B) 3-6 pm Item 4: Tasks of the AHEG • Report on the outcome of the CPF Organization Led Initiative by its Co- Chairs (Mario Ruales-Eduardo Rojas) Qs&As • Panel on the outcomes of the Facilitative Process meetings on forest financing (panel of the Co-Chairs of the meetings) (Indufor, Togo, Dominica, Ghana) Qs & As Item 4: Tasks of the AHEG 3-4:30 • Progress on developing and implementing national forest policy and policy instruments on all types of forests and trees outside forests including all of the functions of forests and trees (by interested countries) 4:30-6 Keynote speeches on: Feasible and realistic national and international strategy (ies) to finance forests Uma Lele (tbc) and Markku Simula Qs&As Item 4: Tasks of the AHEG Working Group 1 ( Room M3) Identification of national actions/strategies to mobilize financing for forests (To begin with presentations by Costa Rica, Major Group(Youth and Children) followed by Qs and As- Then experts will be involved in an interactive discussions to respond to the questions by the Co-Chairs on the above topic) ---------- Working Group 2 (BR-B) Identification of regional and international actions/strategies to mobilize financing for forests (To begin with presentations by the GEF followed by Qs and As- Then experts will be involved in an interactive discussions to respond to the questions by the Co-Chairs on the above topic) Item 4: Tasks of the AHEG 3-4 pm Working Group one (Room M3) Conclusion of debate on identification of national actions/strategies to mobilize financing for forests ------------------------------------------------- Working Group 2 (BR-B) Conclusion of the debate on identification of regional and international actions/strategies to mobilize financing for forests (The meetings will adjourn at 4pm to allow preparation of the Co-Chairs’ summary) Item 4: Tasks of the AHEG • Taking note of the Co-Chairs’ summary of the discussion of AHEG-2 Item 5: Other matters Item 6 • Adoption of the report of the AHEG-2 to the UNFF10 Closure of the meeting at 5:00 p.m.
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Score: 366418.4 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests...ds/2014/12/AHEG2_Prog_Work.pdf
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Private Sector Forum - Get involved! | 5th United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries (LDC5) Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español 5th United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries (LDC5) Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home About LDC5 Least Developed Countries Preparatory Process Past Conferences Programme Main Event | Pre-Conference Main Event | Day 1 Main Event | Day 2 Main Event | Day 3 Main Event | Day 4 Main Event | Day 5 Side Event | Day 1 Side Event | Day 2 Side Event | Day 3 Side Event | Day 4 Side Event | Day 5 Preparatory Events Africa Regional Review Asia/Pacific Regional Review Global Reviews Preparatory Committee Ambassadorial Retreat of LDCs and friends of LDCs Joint Event by GA and ECOSOC Presidents LDC Future Forum Information Session Documents Official Documents LDC5 National Reviews Stakeholder Inputs Deliverables LDC5 Open Letter State of the Least Developed Countries 2021. Building back better in response to COVID-19 Participate Registration Civil Society Exhibitions Private Sector Forum South-South Co-operation Youth About Doha COVID-19 Omicron Information note Travel Information News & Media Branding Guidelines & Materials Latest News Media Accreditation News Home Private Sector Forum - Get involved! Private Sector Forum - Get involved! Are you and your organisation interested in participating in the LDC5 Private Sector Forum in Doha? (...) The role of the Private Sector in LDC5   About the Private Sector Forum   Private Sector Forum Agenda   Related documents   Get involved!   Accreditation and registration   Donate facebook twitter youtube instagram Footer A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 365387.74 - https://www.un.org/ldc5/private-sector-forum-5
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Underrepresented regions include the South Atlantic, South Pacific, and Arctic, despite known vulnerabilities to OA. 7) Stakeholder involvement of the VCs SDG 14.3 follows general tendency of VC submissions overall, as most of the 1400 submitted VCs were done by Governments and NGOs. (...) We were excited to see that policy makers are involved in many VCs. This is in line with the stakeholder statistics presented on all VCs, particularly those directly focusing on OA since government and academia / scientists were the highest percentage of stakeholders involved in these VCs. We also wanted to get a sense of how many people were involved in achieving each VC. These numbers ranged between less than 10, and over 100.
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Score: 363970.6 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...nterim_assessment_abridged.pdf
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SG reports | United Nations For Youth Skip to Content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Department of Economic and Social Affairs Youth Search UN DESA Home About Us World Programme of Action for Youth International Youth Day Inter-Agency Network on Youth Youth Delegate Programme In Focus UN Inter-Agency Network World Youth Report Issue Briefs Publications News Calendar Contact Home About Us World Programme of Action for Youth International Youth Day Inter-Agency Network on Youth Youth Delegate Programme In Focus UN Inter-Agency Network World Youth Report Issue Briefs Publications News Calendar Contact Home SG reports SG reports 2021 Report of the Secretary-General on Policies and programmes involving youth (A/76/210) English | Français | Español | Русский | عربي | 汉语 Report of the Secretary-General on Policies and programmes involving youth (E /CN.5/2021/5 ) English | Français | Español | Русский | عربي | 汉语 2019 Report of the Secretary-General on Policies and programmes involving youth (A/74/175) English | Français | Español | Русский | عربي | 汉语 Report of the Secretary-General on Policies and programmes involving youth (E/CN.5/2019/5) English | Français | Español | Русский | عربي | 汉语 2017 Report of the Secretary-General on Youth development links to sustainable development (A/72/190) English | Français | Español | Русский | عربي | 汉语 Report of the Secretary-General on Policies and programmes involving youth (E/CN.5/2017/5) English | Français | Español | Русский | عربي | 汉语 2015 Report of the Secretary-General on Ways to promote effective stuctured and sustainable youth participation (A/70/156) English | Français | Español | Русский | عربي | 汉语 2014 Report of the Secretary-General on Policies and programmes involving youth (E/CN.5/2014/5) English | Français | Español | Русский | عربي | 汉语 2013 Proposed set of Indicators for the World Programme of Action for Youth (E/CN.5/2013/8)  English | Français | Español | Русский | عربي | 汉语  Implementation of the World Programme of Action for Youth (E/CN.5/2013/7)     English | Français | Español | Русский | عربي | 汉语 2011 Implementation of the World Programme of Action or Youth: United Nations system coordination and collaboration related to youth.
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Score: 361362.04 - https://www.un.org/development/desa/youth/sg-reports.html
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(c) Women SHGs were identified and trained to become ‘Rural Sanitary Mart’ to execute the project. The involvement of women SHG Groups ensured greater involvement and sensitization of women in the entire movement . (...) Once selected and trained the woman SHGs ensured greater involvement and sensitization of the community as a whole; they became change agents and ‘ambassadors’ for rest of the village. (...) Who were the stakeholders involved in the design of the initiative and in its implementation?
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Score: 360159.42 - https://publicadministration.u...nProfilev2014/mid/1170/id/3763
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Aerodrome apron lighting related event (Apron lighting) 5020104 An event involving an aerodrome's apron lighting. Aerodrome runway lighting related event (Runway lighting) 5020102 An event involving an aerodrome's runway lighting. (...) Aerodrome overrun catch equipment related event (Overrun catch equipment) 5020500 An event involving an aerodrome's overrun catch equipment. Aerodrome signs related event (Signs) 5020300 An event involving aerodrome signs. (...) Aerodrome function related event (Aerodrome functioning) 5040200 An event involving the functioning of the aerodrome. Aerodrome layout related event (Aerodrome layout) 5040100 An event involving the aerodrome layout.
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Score: 359461.08 - https://www.icao.int/safety/ai...rID%20%20390%20-%20Events).pdf
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