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Moreover, there is an increasing recognition of the challenges to food security posed by factors such as climate change, conflict and economic downturns. (...) Documents Concept note Agenda Organization of work Report  Organization of work Monday, 16 September 2019   10:00 - 10:15   Session I: Opening of the meeting John Wilmoth, Director, Population Division/DESA [ opening remarks ]   10:15 - 11:30 Session II: Setting the stage: Trends, concepts, definitions, and data sources Moderator: Sandile Similane, UNFPA Nancy Aburto, FAO, Overview of food security and nutrition concepts; hunger and food security indicators: trends and data sources [ presentation ] Ruben Grajeda, WHO AM/PAHO (video link), Nutrition indicatiors: trends and data sources [ presentation ] Frank Swiaczny, Population Division/DESA, Demographic megatrends and global population growth [ presentation ]   11:45 - 1:00   Session III: Food security and population change a. (...) Food security, population movements and settlement patterns Moderator : Clare Menozzi, Population Division/DESA Sara Savastano, IFAD, Rural transformation and creating opportunities for rural youth [ presentation ] Lorenzo Bellu, FAO, Population dynamics,  rural transformation,  rural employment, rural urban  linkages [ presentation ] Alan de Brauw, IFPRI, Relationships between migration and food security [paper] [ presentation ]   Tuesday, 17 September 2019   10:00 - 11:00   Session IV: Nutrition and population health a.
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Score: 295267.4 - https://www.un.org/development/desa/pd/zh/node/1108
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Moreover, there is an increasing recognition of the challenges to food security posed by factors such as climate change, conflict and economic downturns. (...) Documents Concept note Agenda Organization of work Report  Organization of work Monday, 16 September 2019   10:00 - 10:15   Session I: Opening of the meeting John Wilmoth, Director, Population Division/DESA [ opening remarks ]   10:15 - 11:30 Session II: Setting the stage: Trends, concepts, definitions, and data sources Moderator: Sandile Similane, UNFPA Nancy Aburto, FAO, Overview of food security and nutrition concepts; hunger and food security indicators: trends and data sources [ presentation ] Ruben Grajeda, WHO AM/PAHO (video link), Nutrition indicatiors: trends and data sources [ presentation ] Frank Swiaczny, Population Division/DESA, Demographic megatrends and global population growth [ presentation ]   11:45 - 1:00   Session III: Food security and population change a. (...) Food security, population movements and settlement patterns Moderator : Clare Menozzi, Population Division/DESA Sara Savastano, IFAD, Rural transformation and creating opportunities for rural youth [ presentation ] Lorenzo Bellu, FAO, Population dynamics,  rural transformation,  rural employment, rural urban  linkages [ presentation ] Alan de Brauw, IFPRI, Relationships between migration and food security [paper] [ presentation ]   Tuesday, 17 September 2019   10:00 - 11:00   Session IV: Nutrition and population health a.
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Score: 295267.4 - https://www.un.org/development/desa/pd/node/1108
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Moreover, there is an increasing recognition of the challenges to food security posed by factors such as climate change, conflict and economic downturns. (...) Documents Concept note Agenda Organization of work Report  Organization of work Monday, 16 September 2019   10:00 - 10:15   Session I: Opening of the meeting John Wilmoth, Director, Population Division/DESA [ opening remarks ]   10:15 - 11:30 Session II: Setting the stage: Trends, concepts, definitions, and data sources Moderator: Sandile Similane, UNFPA Nancy Aburto, FAO, Overview of food security and nutrition concepts; hunger and food security indicators: trends and data sources [ presentation ] Ruben Grajeda, WHO AM/PAHO (video link), Nutrition indicatiors: trends and data sources [ presentation ] Frank Swiaczny, Population Division/DESA, Demographic megatrends and global population growth [ presentation ]   11:45 - 1:00   Session III: Food security and population change a. (...) Food security, population movements and settlement patterns Moderator : Clare Menozzi, Population Division/DESA Sara Savastano, IFAD, Rural transformation and creating opportunities for rural youth [ presentation ] Lorenzo Bellu, FAO, Population dynamics,  rural transformation,  rural employment, rural urban  linkages [ presentation ] Alan de Brauw, IFPRI, Relationships between migration and food security [paper] [ presentation ]   Tuesday, 17 September 2019   10:00 - 11:00   Session IV: Nutrition and population health a.
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Score: 295267.4 - https://www.un.org/development...on-and-sustainable-development
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ECOSOC and the Security Council | ЭКОНОМИЧЕСКИЙ И СОЦИАЛЬНЫЙ СОВЕТ Skip to main content Добро пожаловать в ООН! (...) Article 65 states that “The Economic and Social Council may furnish information to the Security Council and shall assist the Security Council upon its request.” (...) Interaction between ECOSOC and the Security Council has also taken place through participation/briefings by the President of ECOSOC at the Security Council on issues related to economic and social aspects of conflict prevention and peacebuilding.
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Score: 295252.95 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/ru/node/14973641
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Conclusions Ministerial Meeting on Food Security and Climate Change – EXPO Milan Agriculture 1. (...) Agricultural R&D on food security has now recognized as a priority adaptation to climate change and disaster prevention 2. (...) In particular the future climate scenarios should be able to better adapt to the needs of agricultural R&D Ministerial Meeting on Food Security and Climate Change – EXPO Milan Thank for your attention Ministerial Meeting on Food Security and Climate Change – EXPO Milan
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Score: 295222.22 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa....4%20Andrea%20Di%20Vecchia.pdf
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UNDSS leads host Government security collaboration for the UNSMS and reinforces the capacity of the host Government to fulfill these obligations. (...) A positive result: For the past three years, Member States have supported the need for “predictable and adequate resources” for UN security management.        UN General Assembly          As mandated by the UN General Assembly (GA), UNDSS is the author Department for the report of the Secretary-General on “safety and security of humanitarian personnel and protection of United Nations personnel.”  (...) In this resolution, the GA reaffirmed its support for the efforts of UNDSS and the United Nations Security Management System (UNSMS) on the protection of UN personnel.    
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Score: 295171 - https://www.un.org/en/safety-and-security/member-states
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Threat Analysis | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili Department of Safety and Security Search the United Nations Submit Search A-Z Site Index Toggle navigation Home Leadership Governance » Legal Framework Policies Expertise » Risk Management Training Road Safety Critical Incident Stress Management Aviation Safety Fire Safety Hostage Incident Management Major Event Physical Security Protective Services Threat Analysis Partnerships » Approach Member States SLT UNSMS and IASMN Civil Society Private Sector Join Us » Career Your Profile Our Offer Apply About Us » Chart History Contact Us   Threat Analysis                 UNDSS provides threat analysis expertise to the United Nations Security Management System (UNSMS). It undertakes security threat information analysis in support of the SRM framework such as Threat Assessments, Threat Profiles, Security Threat Information (STI) Alerts and Notices, Topic Assessments, Threat Advisories and Warnings and Personal Security Risk Assessments (PSRAs). In addition, UNDSS provides threat assessment briefings to senior UN management and security decision makers.     United Nations Donate A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 295112.5 - https://www.un.org/en/safety-and-security/threat-analysis
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Major Event | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili Department of Safety and Security Search the United Nations Submit Search A-Z Site Index Toggle navigation Home Leadership Governance » Legal Framework Policies Expertise » Risk Management Training Road Safety Critical Incident Stress Management Aviation Safety Fire Safety Hostage Incident Management Major Event Physical Security Protective Services Threat Analysis Partnerships » Approach Member States SLT UNSMS and IASMN Civil Society Private Sector Join Us » Career Your Profile Our Offer Apply About Us » Chart History Contact Us majorevents.jpg   Major Event Security                 We support security services at UN special events and conferences around the world to strengthen security arrangements.  In 2019 and 2020, UNDSS advised on and coordinated security support for 235 events organized by 36 UN Organizations in coordination with respective host governments in 101 countries . There were 381 UN Security personnel deployed to these events, including 18 major events attended by thousands of participants and high-level officials.    
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Score: 295112.5 - https://www.un.org/en/safety-and-security/major-event
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The General Assembly may also discuss any question relating to international peace and security and make recommendations the Security Council is not currently discussing the issue.  (...) The Assembly can consider the matter  immediately  in order to make recommendations to Members for collective measures to maintain, or restore, international peace and security. Secretary-General The Charter empowers the Secretary-General to " bring to the attention of the Security Council any matter which in his opinion may threaten the maintenance of international peace and security ." (...) Since 1999, the systematic engagement of the UN Security Council has firmly placed the situation of children affected by armed conflict as an issue affecting peace and security.
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Score: 294804.6 - https://www.un.org/en/global-issues/peace-and-security
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Introduction Consideration of questions under the responsibility of the Security Council for the maintenance of international peace and security Table of Contents      Africa 1.       (...) Women and peace and security 31. Items relating to non-proliferation A.  (...) Items relating to the maintenance of international peace and security. A.  Maintenance of international peace and security B. 
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Score: 294728.6 - https://www.un.org/securitycou...ms-2010-2011-part-i-repertoire
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