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What We Do | Preventing Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Preventing Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Search form Search Toggle navigation Home SG's Initiatives High-Level Meeting Victims' Rights Advocate Voluntary Compact Circle of Leadership Collective Statement Legal Frameworks of Uniformed Personnel Fact Sheet Twitter Moment Civil Society Advisory Board Our Approach Prevention Response Victim Assistance Victims’ Rights Office of the Victims' Rights Advocate Senior Victims’ Rights Officers The Victims’ Rights Advocate What We Do Work With Us Resources Trust Fund Vision and Objectives Trust Fund Governance Donate to the Trust Fund Submit Project Proposals Projects and Reports Voices of Beneficiaries Data on Allegations UN System-wide UN Field Missions How to Report Resources Secretary-General's Reports Report of an independent review in CAR Resolutions Policies and Protocols Tools Fact Sheet on Peacekeeping Initiatives [PDF] Communications Materials Training News News Articles Statements Transcripts Videos Press Releases iSeek Home Victims’ Rights What We Do What We Do The Office of the Victims’ Rights Advocate seeks to put the rights and dignity of victims of sexual exploitation and abuse by UN and related personnel at the forefront of the UN’s prevention and response efforts.
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Score: 343106.08 - https://www.un.org/preventing-...n-and-abuse/content/what-we-do
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Resources | Preventing Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Preventing Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Search form Search Toggle navigation Home SG's Initiatives High-Level Meeting Victims' Rights Advocate Voluntary Compact Circle of Leadership Collective Statement Legal Frameworks of Uniformed Personnel Fact Sheet Twitter Moment Civil Society Advisory Board Our Approach Prevention Response Victim Assistance Victims’ Rights Office of the Victims' Rights Advocate Senior Victims’ Rights Officers The Victims’ Rights Advocate What We Do Work With Us Resources Trust Fund Vision and Objectives Trust Fund Governance Donate to the Trust Fund Submit Project Proposals Projects and Reports Voices of Beneficiaries Data on Allegations UN System-wide UN Field Missions How to Report Resources Secretary-General's Reports Report of an independent review in CAR Resolutions Policies and Protocols Tools Fact Sheet on Peacekeeping Initiatives [PDF] Communications Materials Training News News Articles Statements Transcripts Videos Press Releases iSeek Home Victims’ Rights Resources Resources Victims Assistance Protocol United Nations Protocol on the Provision of Assistance to victims of sexual exploitation and abuse (12 December 2019). (...) This approach is aligned with broader United Nations efforts to prevent and respond to sexual exploitation and abuse and takes into account established good practices to address gender-based violence. (...) Secretary-General’s Bulletin: Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse The Secretary-General, for the purpose of preventing and addressing cases of sexual exploitation and sexual abuse, and taking into consideration General Assembly resolution 57/306 of 15 April 2003, “Investigation into sexual exploitation of refugees by aid workers in West Africa”, promulgates the following Bulletin in consultation with Executive Heads of separately administered organs and programmes of the United Nations.
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Score: 342967.58 - https://www.un.org/preventing-...d-abuse/content/ovra-resources
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. • The sustainable, flexible and efficient agriculture and food security is a priority for the EU and its member states Food waste figures of Hungary 1,8 million tons food waste/year 33% of this is generated in households 68kg/capita/year food waste 33kg/capita/year food waste could be avoided by conscious shopping Food waste prevention in Hungary • Hungary builds on the voluntary approach and the social responsibility of the market players instead of strict and obligatory regulations • We build a food waste prevention model where the key focus is on voluntarism, and the co-operation of the governmental, non-governmental and market players • Instead of regulation it is more important to maintain the motivation of the market players with positive incentives and to enhance the co-ordination activities • Regarding the regulation it is important to eliminate the legal barriers and to map the regulatory possibilities for food waste prevention Examples that works • Simplification of the regulation of the food donation where the retail traders and producers can offer food for charity purposes. (the donation is VAT free) Due to the simplified procedure the volume of food donation is increasing where retail chains and NGOs, charity organisations play an active role. • „Food is a value” Forum since 2014 in co-operation with the Ministry of Agriculture and the Hungarian Food Bank Association in order to prevent food loss. The main goal is common thinking, ideas, awareness raising campaigns and knowledge sharing. (...) Lang=en Solution oriented approach „Without Residue” project of the National Food Chain Safety Office launched in 2016 , supported by the EU LIFE programme. http://maradeknelkul.hu The objective is to define the problems and fine solutions for food loss prevention and disseminate good practices. The guidelines compiled by the working groups will be used by the various sectors There are 4 working groups focusing on: • Food processing industry • Retail trade • Food and beverage services • Civil society Awareness raising of the consumers and schoolchildren – Official website; – Press releases; – Using social media (Facebook, Youtube); – TV and radio interviews „Strategies to Reduce and Manage Food Waste” project in 8 European cities financed by INTERREG http://maradeknelkul.hu/2018/04/25/a-strefowa-nem-valogat/ https://msg.gov.hu/owa/redir.aspx?
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Score: 342967.58 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa..._6_Ms._Terz_Krisztina_Szab.pdf
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Guided by our strong commitment to children’s rights, we can prevent and end violence against children by investing in safe, stable and nurturing environments that let children thrive. The INSPIRE package builds on our growing understanding of the ways in which violence can be prevented. Evidence shows that interventions are most effective when they are implemented as part of a comprehensive, multi-sectoral plan harnessing the seven INSPIRE strategies, working in combination and reinforcing each other. (...) The goals of this Summit are: • to highlight and share mutually supporting initiatives that advance the cause of children’s rights, and to prevent and bring to an end to all forms of violence against children.
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Score: 341917.53 - https://sdgs.un.org/events/203...violence-solutions-summit-7490
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Prevention of and responses to violence against children within the juvenile justice system | Department of Economic and Social Affairs Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Department of Economic and Social Affairs Sustainable Development Main navigation Home SDG Knowledge Sustainable Development Goals Key Topics 2030 Agenda Capacity Development Publications Global Sustainable Development Report Intergovernmental Processes High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development UN Conferences and High-Level Events related to sustainable development Multi-stakeholder Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation for the SDGs Second Committee of the UN General Assembly ⭧ SAMOA Pathway ECOSOC Partnership Forum ⭧ HLPF SIDS Small Island Developing States Multidimensional Vulnerability Index for SIDS Partnerships About partnerships The Partnership Platform ECOSOC Partnership Forum 2022 Engage Events Webinars Member States UN System Stakeholder Engagement News About Publications Prevention of and responses to violence against children within the juvenile justice system Publication Year: 2015 Publisher: Office of the SRSG on Violence against Children Related Topics Violence against children Related Goals 16 Background Background In its resolution 18/12 of 24 September 2011 on hu-man rights in the administration of justice, in par-ticular juvenile justice, the Human Rights Council invited the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Violence against Children to collaborate in the organization of an expert consultation on prevention of and responses to vi-olence against children within the juvenile justice system and to submit a report thereon. (...) The Expert Consultation focused on the risks and systemic factors contributing to violence against children within the juvenile justice system, and strategies and practical recommendations to prevent and respond to violence against children within the juvenile justice system.
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Score: 341917.53 - https://sdgs.un.org/publicatio...within-juvenile-justice-system
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The current near-universal concern over HIV/AIDS is markedly different from the situation prevailing one or two decades earlier. 4 2. HIV/AIDS Prevention Activities By 2001, many Governments had already instituted policies and taken key preventive measures in a number of areas of HIV/AIDS prevention. (...) The policy states that the “promotion of condom use as a measure of prevention from HIV infection will be the most important component of the prevention strategy”. (...) Although the ABC approach has been hailed as a major contributor to the success of HIV prevention in Uganda, other aspects of the prevention strategy are also important.
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Score: 341596.95 - https://www.un.org/development...d-egm-200309-popdivpaper13.pdf
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Collective Statement of the Members of the Secretary-General’s Circle of Leadership on the Prevention of and Response to Sexual Exploitation and Abuse in United Nations Operations | Preventing Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Preventing Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Search form Search Toggle navigation Home SG's Initiatives High-Level Meeting Victims' Rights Advocate Voluntary Compact Circle of Leadership Collective Statement Legal Frameworks of Uniformed Personnel Fact Sheet Twitter Moment Civil Society Advisory Board Our Approach Prevention Response Victim Assistance Victims’ Rights Office of the Victims' Rights Advocate Senior Victims’ Rights Officers The Victims’ Rights Advocate What We Do Work With Us Resources Trust Fund Vision and Objectives Trust Fund Governance Donate to the Trust Fund Submit Project Proposals Projects and Reports Voices of Beneficiaries Data on Allegations UN System-wide UN Field Missions How to Report Resources Secretary-General's Reports Report of an independent review in CAR Resolutions Policies and Protocols Tools Fact Sheet on Peacekeeping Initiatives [PDF] Communications Materials Training News News Articles Statements Transcripts Videos Press Releases iSeek Home SG's Initiatives Collective Statement of the Members of the Secretary-General’s Circle of Leadership on the Prevention of and Response to Sexual Exploitation and Abuse in United Nations Operations Collective Statement of the Members of the Secretary-General’s Circle of Leadership on the Prevention of and Response to Sexual Exploitation and Abuse in United Nations Operations As Members of the Circle of Leadership, we join the United Nations Secretary-General in issuing this Collective Statement to reaffirm our continued personal commitment as global leaders to support efforts to combat sexual exploitation and abuse across the United Nations system; We recognize the unique responsibility of the United Nations to set the standard for preventing, responding to, and eradicating sexual exploitation and abuse within the United Nations system, address its impact effectively and humanely, and safeguard and empower victims; We recognize the shared responsibility of the United Nations and its Member States to protect victims and whistle-blowers and take appropriate action against perpetrators;  We commit to working together in partnership with the Secretary-General to implement his strategy to strengthen a system-wide approach across all United Nations entities and all categories of personnel – military, police, and civilian.   (...) We recognize the need for the consistent and coordinated implementation of policies and approaches to prevent the occurrence of sexual exploitation and abuse across the United Nations system and the ongoing need to ensure accountability for perpetrators.   (...) We strongly condemn the behaviour of those who violate and undermine the values of the Organization through their behavior by abusing and exploiting those who are looking to the United Nations for protection;  We commend the efforts of other international and regional organizations to support  the implementation of the strategy of the Secretary-General to improve the Organization’s system-wide approach to preventing and responding to sexual exploitation and abuse.  
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Score: 341269 - https://www.un.org/preventing-...tary-general-circle-leadership
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I urge all governments to make the prevention and redress of violence against women a key part of their national response plans for COVID-19. Together, we can and must prevent violence everywhere, from war zones to people’s homes, as we work to beat COVID-19. (...) Together, we can and must prevent violence everywhere, from war zones to people’s homes, as we work to beat COVID-19.    
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Score: 341071.34 - https://www.un.org/en/un-coron...iolence-against-women-key-part
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One laments the lack of political efforts to solve these crises, even more the modest efforts of prevention to prevent countries that have simmering political crises from sliding into gridlock, paralysis and eventually conflict. Prevention by the UN in cooperation with IFIs and other relevant stakeholders should be given the highest priority to make sure that crisis affected countries do not remain in perpetual cycle of conflict or dependent on handouts from the international community. It is time to root out the causes of conflicts before they start and make prevention the first item on the agenda with robust UN engagement and focus on conflict resolution and mediation instead of crisis management.
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Score: 339564.94 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...tatements-Session7-Lebanon.pdf
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The 2030 Agenda for Children: End Violence Solutions Summit Stockholm, Sweden Share Background Background There is growing evidence that violence against children is preventable, and mounting public consensus that it will no longer be tolerated. Guided by our strong commitment to children’s rights, we can prevent and end violence against children by investing in safe, stable and nurturing environments that let children thrive. (...) The goals of this Summit are: • to highlight and share mutually supporting initiatives that advance the cause of children’s rights, and to prevent and bring to an end to all forms of violence against children.
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Score: 339564.94 - https://sdgs.un.org/fr/node/7490
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