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03 Jun 2011
India’s Green Economy for the Future will need to meet the Challenge of Adding 8-10 Million Jobs Each Year
New Delhi - “India is on the highway to economic growth but a green economy that does not generate 8-10 million green jobs each year is not sustainable,” said Jairam Ramesh, Honourable Minister of Environment and Forests.
02 Jun 2011
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) launched a guidebook on 'Catalysing Climate Finance', advising decision-makers in developing countries how to tap into growing environmental finance markets.
01 Jun 2011
Date: 01-04 June | Venue: New Delhi | Organized by: Centre for Media Studies-Environment | Hosted by: the Ministry of Environment and Forests
01 Jun 2011
Date: 01-05 June, 2011 | Venue: New Delhi To mark World Environment Day, Green Haat showcased India’s environment heritage through forest handicrafts, herbal and medicinal products and forest based recipes at Dilli Haat.
29 May 2011
The tragedies that have befallen United Nations peacekeepers this year are a sobering reminder of the risks entailed in their important work for peace. As we mark the International Day of United Nations Peacekeepers, we pay tribute to the more than 120,000 military, police and civilians serving worldwide under the blue flag and remember those who lost their lives in the cause of peace.
22 May 2011
This year’s observance of the International Day for Biodiversity falls during the International Year of Forests, declared by the UN General Assembly to educate the global community about the value of forests and the extreme social, economic and environmental costs of losing them.
20 May 2011
New York - Four United Nations agencies today launched the first global initiative to put into action the rights enshrined in an international declaration to protect the more than 370 million indigenous peoples.
17 May 2011
The Associate Administrator talked about UNDP's support of "initiatives that help countries better understand the negative impact of homophobia and transphobia and reduce human rights violations".
17 May 2011
Vital international development information is now available on Google via its Public Data Explorer providing access to key data from 21 years worth of research, including the Human Development Index.
16 May 2011
Expanding the rights, voice, participation and opportunities for indigenous peoples’ is essential, not only as objectives in their own right, but also crucial to any society that aims to generate the kind of inclusive development that will build communities that are more just diverse and cohesive.
14 May 2011
Date: 14May, 2011 Caitlin Wiesen, Country Director, UNDP India visited the Orissa Disaster Rapid Action Force (ODRAF), Cuttack Unit on May 14 and interacted with personnel engaged in disaster management in the state.
13 May 2011
Bhubaneswar, Orissa - Equator Award recipient Samudram Women’s Federation recognized by Shri Naveen Patnaik, Chief Minister of Orissa
13 May 2011
Date: 13 May, 2011 | Venue: Orissa | Organized by: UNDP India Chief Minister of Orissa Shri Naveen Patnaik will felicitate Equator Prize 2010 winner Samudram Women’s Federation.
07 May 2011
Elected Local Governments in Asia - pacific Offer Women Chance for Political Participation but Leadership Roles Still Lacking
New Delhi - More countries in Asia and the Pacific than ever before have elected local governments and national parliaments, yet stronger action is needed to ensure women are elected to local representative and leadership positions, says a new UNDP report 'Women's Representation in Local Government in Asia and the Pacific'.
04 May 2011
Date: 04 May 2011 |Venue: New Delhi | Organised by: Association for Rehabilitation Under National Trust Initiative of Marketing in partnership with National Skill Development Corporation, National Trust & UNDP India
29 Apr 2011
Date: 29-30 April, 2010 | Venue: New Delhi
25 Apr 2011
Date: 25-26 April, 2011 | Venue: New Delhi | Organised by: Institute of Social Sciences | Supported by: UNDP India, UN Women, WaterAid
22 Mar 2011
On World Water Day, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, urges governments to recognize the urban water crisis for what it is – a crisis of governance, weak policies and poor management, rather than one of scarcity.
10 Mar 2011
Date: 10 March, 2011 | Venue: New Delhi | Organised by: UNDP India & UN Women
08 Mar 2011
This year's observance of International Women's Day focuses on equal access to education, training and science and technology for women.