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Implementing norms, changing minds | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Montenegro Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Crnogorski Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Back Select Language Crnogorski Home Montenegro Projects Implementing norms, changing minds Implementing norms, changing minds Summary: Violence against women in Montenegro is unacceptably high: according to  our latest research ,  every second woman has experienced some form of violence in her life , while every fifth reported to have experienced it over the past 12 months. (...) Regional programme “Implementing norms, changing minds”  – funded by the EU, implemented by UN Women, aims at ending gender-based discrimination and violence against women, with a particular focus on the most disadvantaged groups of women, in six Western Balkans countries and Turkey. (...) Relevant links: Project webpage UNDP Gender Programme Montenegro Facebook page Related Materials Multiyear AWP 00103704 Implementing norms changing minds Download Final narrative report Download Final evaluation report Download Annual Workplan 2019/20 Download Project Document Template Download Project Tenders Read more Purchase Order Summary Read more Social and Environmental Sustainability Read more Activity Web Page Read more CFP 03/20 Open call for NGOs: Boosting protection of victims of violence Read more Impact START DATE May 2017 END DATE December 2020 STATUS Completed PROJECT OFFICE Montenegro IMPLEMENTING PARTNER United Nations Development Programme DONORS UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT FUND FOR WOMEN (UN WOMEN) TOTAL CONTRIBUTIONS $548,013 DELIVERY IN PREVIOUS YEARS 2017 $93,384 2018 $91,031 2019 $229,059 2020 $20,586 Full Project information Publications Air Quality in Bishkek: Assessment of emission sources and roadmap for supporting air quality management Read more Press Releases Baharka Hospital officially opens in Erbil Read more Press Releases Electoral gender quotas promote equality in politics, reveal gaps in legislation and party rules Read more Press Releases FROM LOCAL TO GLOBAL AMBITIONS Read more Blog National Photobank as a Nation Brand Engine Read more Speeches Statement by Matilda Dimovska, UNDP Resident Representative in Uzbekistan at BPO Summit in Samarkand within ICT Week in Uzbekistan 2022 Read more View More United Nations Development Programme Who we are About us Our team Funding and delivery Legal framework What we do Our focus Projects Sustainable Development Goals Our impact News Stories Blog Publications Get involved Contact us Careers Procurement © 2022 United Nations Development Programme
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Score: 869116.4 - https://www.undp.org/montenegr...lementing-norms-changing-minds
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NGC Bocas Lit Fes: "Island Futures: An Island State of Mind" | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Trinidad and Tobago, Aruba, Curacao and Sint Maarten Who we are What we do Our Impact Get involved Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our Impact Get involved English Locations Home Trinidad and Tobago, Aruba, Curacao and Sint Maarten NGC Bocas Lit Fes: "Island Futures: An Island State of Mind" NGC Bocas Lit Fes: "Island Futures: An Island State of Mind" April 30, 2018 Photo:Shaunna Sankar Photo: Shaunna Sankar Photo Shaunna Sankar Photo: Shaunna Sankar Photo: Shaunna Sankar Climate change, the world economy, migration —tricky issues like these raise questions about the sustainability of small island societies. With a special focus on island perspectives running through the 2018 festival, we open with a high-level debate on hopes and possibilities for islands like ours.
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Score: 865820.5 - https://www.undp.org/trinidad-...land-futures-island-state-mind
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First meeting of the Open Science Advisory Committee Skip to main content Toggle navigation Building peace in the minds of men and women Member states Staff Search form Search Search English English Main shared menu In brief Introducing UNESCO Mission and Mandate UNESCO House Strategic Transformation Portal Who's Who? (...) However, there is currently no global understanding of its meaning, opportunities and challenges. With this in mind, an Open Science Advisory Committee  was established by the Director-General of UNESCO to provide guidance and advice on the overall implementation of the consolidated roadmap towards a UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science. (...) She highlighted the unique international solidarity among scientists - beyond borders – to address the COVID-19 pandemic as the true spirit of Open Science, and stressed the crucial importance of data sharing, reducing the knowledge gaps and “leaving no one behind” as the basic principles of the Open Science movement and UNESCO’s leadership towards a Recommendation.
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Score: 864736.4 - https://en.unesco.org/news/fir...pen-science-advisory-committee
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Reimagining the Future | UNICEF Office of Innovation  Skip to main content Office of Innovation  Toggle navigation Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Office of Innovation  Explore the Office of Innovation About us Job vacancies Contact us Press Centre Main navigation What we do Research and Reports Stories Take Action Search area has closed. Search area has opened. Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Reimagining the Future Launching the Innovation Lab in Bluefields, Nicaragua Kevin Mendes, UNV Specialist in Social Policy and Innovation with UNICEF Nicaragua UNICEF/Nicaragua/Jiron 05 June 2015 When thinking about innovation, one’s mind goes – as mine does, or did, before joining UNICEF in January – to state of the art technologies and big infrastructures. (...) The BICU Lab will offer them an opportunity to connect with other bright minds from around the globe and discuss the challenges that the region is facing on the grassroots level, while acquiring a wide range of new skills. (...) Students, for example, are currently being trained in entrepreneurship, design-thinking and prototyping processes and have learned to use open-source technology like OpenStreetMap to prevent urban violence.  
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Score: 864351.2 - https://www.unicef.org/innovation/stories/reimagining-future
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The General African History program addresses the imbalance of knowledge on the history of the African continent by assembling African researchers and scholars to publish a complete collection of eight volumes for open access. “Cultural diversity to peace is what biodiversity is to our planet.” (...) She presented a UNESCO publication Writing Peace to the audience, who were intrigued by the idea that learning how to write “peace” in different languages can open doors to better cross-cultural understanding. (...) UNESCO’s Global Citizenship Education program, for example, is a response from the Organization to the world’s most lingering obstacles to peace: human rights violations, inequality and poverty. “Mutual respect and open-mindedness are the key to intercultural communication.
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Score: 863735.45 - https://en.unesco.org/news/unesco-2019-geneva-peace-week
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John Tsang, on 2 December 2005 urged members to be “fully engaged in serious negotiations” in Hong Kong, and “set the platform” for the conclusion of the Round in 2006. He promised “an open, transparent and inclusive process”, and announced the names of Ministers who will assisting him as facilitators. > General Council    SEE ALSO: > press releases > news archives > Pascal Lamy's speeches Statement by John Tsang — Secretary for Commerce, Industry and Technology Hong Kong, China. (...) We want to have, indeed, we need to have, an open, transparent and inclusive process, with nothing new or novel, nothing untried, nothing untested or nothing unfamiliar. (...) However, let me just emphasize that after the formal opening of the Conference on the afternoon of Tuesday 13 December, we will move quickly to the business session of the conference at which we will need to adopt an agenda and agree on the organization of work.
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Score: 863735.45 - https://www.wto.org/english/ne...ews05_e/stat_tsang_dec05_e.htm
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Opening statement by Anthony S.K. Wong, Chairman of WTPF 2001 Opening remarks by Mr Anthony S.K. (...) Countries that hold a sceptical view towards IP Telephony should rather take an open-minded approach and recognise the positive impact that IP Telephony has on the roll-out of telecommunications infrastructure, and find ways to deal with the difficulties that it may bring about pragmatically. (...) And I do hope that the Forum could be convened under such an open-minded atmosphere. The Secretary-General’s report on IP Telephony provides a comprehensive and balanced analysis of the issues relating to IP Telephony.
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Score: 863716.3 - https://www.itu.int/newsarchiv...ntations/Opening_Chairman.html
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AMBASSADOR AMINA MOHAMED, CABINET SECRETARY FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE OF THE REPUBLIC OF KENYA MC10 OPENING SESSION 15 DECEMBER 2015 On behalf of the Government and People of Kenya, I welcome you all to Nairobi and to this Opening Session of the Tenth WTO Ministerial Conference. (...) The WTO, building on its GATT foundations, embodies the core values of openness, transparency, good governance and the rule of law. (...) In multilateral trade negotiations, parties are not just the like-minded – "like us". The world is not just composed of the like-minded.
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Score: 863455.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...ments_e/mohamed_opening1_e.pdf
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2021 Eurasia regional report discussion with Open Society Foundations | Global Education Monitoring Report Skip to main content Building peace in the minds of men and women English Français Español Русский العربية 中文 About us About Team Contact Advisory Board Funders Evaluations Opportunities Fellowship Reports Publications Multimedia Videos Infographics Outreach Campaigns News alert Press Events SDG 4 Blogs Search Search 2021 Eurasia regional report discussion with Open Society Foundations BACK TO CALENDAR 2021 Eurasia regional report discussion with Open Society Foundations Virtual event, 13:30 PM CET  The GEM Report and partners will join Open Society Foundation education coordinators from central and eastern europe to discuss the findings and recommendations from the 2021  regional report on inclusion and education in Central and Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia.  Closed discussion     Related Resources Open Society Foundations FOLLOW THE GEM REPORT © 2020 Global Education Monitoring Report Team (GEM Report)
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Score: 862356.9 - https://en.unesco.org/gem-repo...ssion-open-society-foundations
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Mental Health Toolkit for Teachers | UNICEF Thailand Skip to main content Thailand Toggle navigation English ไทย Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Thailand EXPLORE UNICEF About us UNICEF Thailand Representative Goodwill Ambassador and Friends of UNICEF Young People's Advisory Board (YPAB) Programme partners Job vacancies Contact us Subscribe for newsletter Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. Search area has opened. Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Report Mental Health Toolkit for Teachers For every child, a healthy mind. (...) For every child, a healthy mind. Author(s) UNICEF Thailand Publication date December 2021 Languages Thai Download Options Available options ไทย English Download file (PDF, 4,91 MB) (PDF, 11,55 MB) Related topics Mental health Thailand More to explore Blog post Poor youth mental health is costing Thailand Children and adolescents mental health has suffered seriously from the grief, uncertainty, isolation and stress brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Read the story Press release 31 August 2022 Alarming poor mental health trend among children and adolescents in Thailand requires urgent investment in services Visit the page Press release 25 October 2021 Break the silence on mental health in Thailand with UNICEF’s Every Day is Mind Day Visit the page Press release 08 October 2021 COVID-19 pandemic continues to drive poor mental health among children and young people Visit the page Footer Main page What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Press centre About us Our targets 2021 UNICEF Thailand Representative Goodwill Ambassador and Friends of UNICEF Programme partners Corporate engagement Take action Volunteer with I Am UNICEF Become a donor Job vacancies Young People Advisory Board (YPAB) UNICEF NextGen Subscribe for newsletter Donate Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 861085.2 - https://www.unicef.org/thailan...mental-health-toolkit-teachers
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