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25 Nov 2012
The Secretary-General Message on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women
On International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urges governments to help end all forms of violence against women and girls in all parts of the world
23 Nov 2012
Eight State Governments Lead the Way in Strengthening Accountability towards Speedy Delivery of Public Services
The consultation organized by the Odisha government, UNDP and the World Bank focused on sharing experiences with the Right to Service Act implemented in 14 Indian states towards enabling citizen-centric public service delivery.
21 Nov 2012
Competency-based Human Resource Management – A Step Towards an Outcome Oriented and Citizen Centric Public Administration
A day-long consultation, organized by UNDP and Government of India examined approaches to introducing competency-based human resource management in India’s public administration.
17 Nov 2012
A two-day international conference to share best practices and strengthen the capacity of institutions to improve access to legal aid for the poor and marginalized was organized by UNDP and the Department of Justice in the Government of India.
17 Nov 2012
Equitable Access to Justice: Legal Empowerment, Legal Aid and Making it work for the Poor and Marginalised
UNDP organized an international conference to share good practices and innovative approaches to enabling legal empowerment and securing legal aid for poor communities. At the conference, two knowledge products- a training manual for judges on laws and issues related to marginalized communities; and user manual on Forest Rights Act and Panchayat (Extension to Scheduled Areas Act, 1996) were also released.
15 Nov 2012
The Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of India and UNDP have signed a Charter of Collaboration to promote an integrated approach to empowering women in the country.
13 Nov 2012
Global challenges such as pandemics, refugees flows, transnational crime, and climate change demand updated global institutions fit for the 21st Century, UNDP Administrator Helen Clark said Tuesday.
08 Nov 2012
At a lecture at the World Affairs Council in San Francisco, UNDP Administrator Helen Clark examined different global drivers of change – demographic, environmental, economic, and geopolitical, and the policy choices needed to ensure that the world is more equitable and sustainable in 2050.
07 Nov 2012
At a lecture at Stanford University, UNDP Administrator Helen Clark outlines ways in which climate change is affecting development and the disconnection between the scale of the climate change challenge and the slow progress on multilateral efforts to address it.
05 Nov 2012
The Planning Commission and UNDP have launched a unique knowledge portal http://www.nrcddp.org/ which brings together all the necessary guidelines and best practice processes required for undertaking participatory decentralized planning at district, block and village levels. The portal is run by the National Resource Cell for Decentralized District Planning (NRCDPP), a joint initiative by the Planning Commission and UNDP as part of the Government of India-UNDP on Convergence which promotes decentralized and convergent planning and development in the country.
25 Oct 2012
Asian Filmmakers and Researchers win UNDP Fellowships for Local Solutions to Address Climate and Poverty Problems
United Nations Development Programme recognizes journalists from Viet Nam and India and researchers from Bangladesh and Iran for their work on climate change, poverty, and environment; and themes central to progress on sustainable human development.
18 Oct 2012
The Next Generation of Biodiversity Governance Models across the World can Emerge from the Knowledge of Existing Approaches in India, Says a New UNDP Report
A new UNDP report says that the next generation of biodiversity governance models across the world can emerge from the knowledge of existing approaches in India. It also calls for adopting a landscape approach to biodiversity governance, which will allow extensive ecosystems, and not just the smaller protected parts of it, to thrive.
18 Oct 2012
UNDP has unveiled a new global strategy to protect biodiversity that calls for a significant scaling up of investments in 100 countries by 2020. As part of the strategy, UNDP will work with national governments to protect biodiversity and manage ecosystems across 1.4 billion hectares of land and bodies of water.
17 Oct 2012
Remarks by Rebeca Grynspan, UNDP Associate Administrator: 11th Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity
At the eleventh conference of the parties to the Convention on Biological diversity, Rebeca Grynspan, UN Under-Secretary-General and UNDP Associate Administrator said that to halt biodiversity loss, it is imperative to promote the integration of biodiversity and ecosystems management into the development and poverty reduction agenda.
17 Oct 2012
On International Day for Eradication of Poverty, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urges governments to make an investment in our common future by helping lift people out of poverty so that they, in turn, can help transform the world.
17 Oct 2012
On International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, UNDP Administrator Helen Clark says that while progress has been made to eradicate poverty, work must continue to sustain these gains and reach those still untouched by this progress.
17 Oct 2012
The winners of Government of India-UNDP biodiversity awards that recognize outstanding models of biodiversity governance across the country have been announced. The awards were presented by Jayanthi Natarajan, Minister of State for Environment and Forests, Government of India and Rebeca Grynspan, UN Under-Secretary General and UNDP Associate Administrator at a ministerial reception hosted by the Ministry of Environment and Forests during the Eleventh Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity.
16 Oct 2012
The Equator Initiative - a UN-led partnership which recognizes the success of local sustainable development projects with the biennial Equator Prize - has launched a series of 127 case studies and a volume of “lessons-learned” outlining the key components of successful, community-based development initiatives.
16 Oct 2012
Ms. Rebeca Grynspan, UN Associate Administrator and UNDP Associate Administrator met with Smt. Jayanthi Natarajan, Minister of Environment and Forests, Government of India during the Eleventh Conference of Parties to the Convention on Biodiversity Diversity. The Minister acknowledged UNDP’s strength in promoting international cooperation on development and innovation, and UNDP’s support in making learning a shared experience across nations. She said UNDP could play an important role as a bridge across nations to catalyse biodiversity conservation.
13 Oct 2012
This year’s observance of the International Day for Disaster Reduction seeks to highlight the need for women and girls to be at the forefront of reducing risk and managing the world’s response to natural hazards.