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World Water Day

22 March 2014

World Water Day 2014 is honored on March 22, and addresses the nexus of water and energy and it will be coordinated by the United Nations University and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization on behalf of UN-water. To learn more click here. To learn more about Every Woman Every Child parnters working on sanitation click here.
 
Germany High- Level Symposium on "Accountable and Effective development cooperation in a post-2015 era"

20 March 2014

The Germany High- Level Symposium on "Accountable and Effective development cooperation in a post-2015 era" is taking place from March 20-21st in Berlin, Germany. The Symposium will examine key concepts of accountability and quality and effectiveness in development cooperation. It will focus specifically on how these concepts could be usefully featured in the design and implementation of the post-2015 development agenda. It will further explore how to engage the increasingly diverse group of development actors in a renewed global partnership for development, in a more coherent, effective and legitimate manner. To learn more click here.
 
NCD Child Conference 2014: Doing What Needs to Be Done

20 March 2014

The NCD Child Conference is taking place from 20-21 March in Port of Spain, Trinidad. The 2014 NCD Child Conference aims to further develop a vibrant platform for interaction, knowledge exchange and networking. It will build on the achievements of our 2012 NCD Child Conference to ensure the needs of children, adolescents and youth are a priority focus within the context of NCD action and the post 2015 agenda. The 2014 event will provide an opportunity to establish and strengthen regional partnerships - with a special focus on the Caribbean - as well as highlight current promising practices from around the world. The conference is held in support of Every Woman Every Child. To join the conversation on twitter follow @NCDChild and #youthvoices. 

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Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH)

13 March 2014

Global Health Conference, taking place in Washington DC, from March 13-14, will tackle the challenges of where the international community will go after the 2015 deadline of the MDGs. The conference will feature world-renowned speakers and plenary panels to look at ways we can address the opportunities in the post-MDG era. The conference will also hold practical workshops to address issues concerning faculty and students engaged in this area. To learn more click here.
 
58th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women

10 March 2014

From March 10th to 21st, this meeting focuses on the challenges and achievements in the implementation of the Millennium Development Goals for women and girls. To learn more click here.
 
International Women's Day

8 March 2014

In 1975, during International Women's Year, the United Nations began celebrating 8 March as International Women's Day. Two years later, in December 1977, the General Assembly adopted a resolution proclaiming a United Nations Day for Women's Rights and International Peace to be observed on any day of the year by Member States, in accordance with their historical and national traditions. For the United Nations, International Women's Day has been observed on 8 March since 1975. The Day is traditionally marked with a message from the Secretary-General. To learn more click here.
 
High-Level Event of the General Assembly “The Contributions of Women, the Young and Civil Society to the Post-2015 Development Agenda”

6 March 2014

The High-Level Event of the General Assembly “The Contributions of Women, the Young and Civil Society to the Post-2015 Development Agenda” will take place from 6-7 March. Women, young people and civil society have already made major and substantive contributions to the preparation of the Post-2105 Development Agenda with the overarching goal of poverty eradication. However, their continuing, full contribution and participation in the design, implementation and future evolution of this Post-2015 Development Agenda will depend on two fundamental factors: (1) the extent of social inclusion, and conversely, the persistence of challenges such as inequalities, discrimination and marginalization that impede unleashing the full potential, capacities and abilities of all people to contribute to inclusive sustainable development, and to share equitably in its outcomes, and (2) the degree to which they can safely claim dedicated spaces to contribute effectively to decision-making at the global, national and sub-national levels, and the scope to exercise accountability with decision-makers through their actions and voices.

These factors will affect not only the scope for women, young people including children, and civil society to engage in sustainable development, but also their ability to participate as actors, partners and contributors in a transparent, effective, integrated and coordinated manner. This calls for a two way-process of positive reinforcement between the strengthening of capabilities and the exercise of voice.

Follow the hashtag: #UNPGA68WYCS.

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Expert Committee on Financing

3 March 2014

The Expert Committee on Financing will take place from March 3-7th at UN Headquarters. 
 
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