La brochure sur ISO 37101, Développement durable au sein des communautés territoriales - Système de management pour le développement durable - Exigences et lignes directrices pour son utilisation, montre comment la norme établit les exigences d'un système de management pour le développement durable au sein des communautés territoriales, y compris les villes, basées sur une approche holistique, en cohérence avec la politique de développement durable des communautés territoriales. Utiliser la norme aidera les communautés à fixer des objectifs et à définir, au niveau local, une stratégie de développement durable, basée sur les 17 objectifs.
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La publication explique ISO 26000, Lignes directrices relatives à la responsabilité sociétale, l’une des normes maîtresses pour aider les organisations à contribuer au développement durable.
This new UNICEF report reveals that almost one in seven of the world’s children, 300 million, live in areas with the most toxic levels of outdoor air pollution – six or more times higher than international guidelines – . Air pollution is a major contributing factor in the deaths of around 600,000 children under age 5 every year and threatens the health, lives and futures of millions more. The report provides a set of concrete steps to take so that children can breathe clean, safe air.
This conference convenes representatives from the UN system, Member States, academia, non-governmental organisations, and students to identify gaps and generate forward-looking ideas related to the UN’s normative work in light of the 2030 Agenda. The event will be streamed live starting at 14.00 on Friday 2 December, 2016.
In 2016, Sudan, Papua New Guinea & Indian States Uttar Pradesh & Jharkhand joined the SUN Movement, marking its 6th year with 57 countries and 3 Indian States all committed to scaling up nutrition. The Movement's new Progress Report details the progress being made across the Movement as they work to end the injustice of malnutrition and to unleash the potential of all children. The Report includes profiles for SUN Countries which undertook the Joint Assessment in line with the Movement's Monitoring and Evaluation Framework. The assessment brings together multiple stakeholders working across sectors to identify the institutional changes taking place to strengthen the enabling environment for better policies and plans and improved resource mobilization.
Nominations for the 2017 Green Star Awards, celebrating outstanding efforts to address the environmental and humanitarian impacts of disasters and conflicts, were called for today by the United Nations and the non-governmental organisation Green Cross International (see: www.greenstarawards.net).
Nominations for the Green Star Awards will be accepted until the end of January 2017. Winners will be announced in June 2017 during the Environment and Emergencies Forum in Nairobi, Kenya. The Forum is a biennial global meeting that brings together stakeholders from around the world to improve preparedness, response and overall resilience to environmental emergencies as well as to integrate environment in humanitarian action.
Due to their remoteness and lack of resources, small and remote states are often insufficiently represented in multilateral diplomacy, while many multialteral issues - such as trade, climate change, health, and migration - are highly relevant for them. The Capacity Development Programme in Multilateral Diplomacy (CD Multi) aims to strengthen the capacity of small Pacific, Caribbean, and African states to participate more dynamically in multilateral diplomacy in general, and in Geneva-related activities in particular.
First print of the Storybook underway. Pre-launch of the Storybook on 16 December.
Online converstation platform around the SDGs and topics highlighted in the book under construction.
Greycells are helping with translating the book into French and Spanish.
The Global Partnership brings together stakeholders from across the world to end all forms of violence against children, turning the belief that no violence against children is justifiable and all violence is preventable into a compelling agenda for action.
For its 70th anniversary UNICEF has invited 200 writers from all over the world to pen a short story on the theme ‘what I want for every child’. Find the tiny but powerful stories of hope for every child on www.unicef.org/tinystories/. Share the ones that inspire you, and join by sharing your own tiny story on Facebook, using the hashtag #foreverychild.
The ICDO Regional Training Centres are accredited by the Executive Council and General Assembly. Their role is: to promote the professional development of civil defence and civil protection personnel at the national, regional and international levels; to conduct research and studies; to promote the exchange of experience and information in the field of civil defence and protection of populations and property from natural or man-made disasters.
- Educational center in Tunis
- Educational center in Russia
The Geneva Internet Platform operates the Digital Watch observatory: a comprehensive one-stop-shop on Internet governance and digital policy with all relevant international actors, instruments, issues, and updates. To better understand the intersection between digital technologies and the Sustainable Development Goals, we are keeping you up-to-date with our SDG and Internet process page.
Explore ILO's new visualization to connect the dots between decent work, social justice and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Millions of girls are ‘invisible’ to governments and policy makers because vital data is not being recorded about their lives. This new report from Plan International reveals how improving the information we have about girls will help create a just world and equality for all.
The report exists in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese.
The Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Movement Strategy and Roadmap (2016-2020) is the product of a consultative process that spanned 57 countries, multiple United Nations (UN) and donor agencies, along with hundreds of international and national non-government organisations and businesses.
An event with academic, private and multilateral stakeholders on knowledge and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
For its first edition, the Geneva Trialogue will focus on potential dividends offered by the digital revolution in knowledge production and education - or, how new, technology-driven learning processes (including social learning and crowdsourcing) may become key drivers to achieve the SDGs.
A World On The Move is a podcast series where migrants talk about their experience and discuss different SDGs with experts. This online discussion allows migrants to share their recommendations with your organization's experts. This 10 minute-podcast is shareable on the social media and can help you give a human face to the SDGs.
First Geneva Global Goals Innovation Day (G3iD) will be organized in the first quarter of 2017 with the objective to:
– unleash the creative potential of International Geneva
– promote & practice disruptive innovation and co-creation
– forge innovation partnerships & collaboration
to radically accelerate progress towards the global goals.
Updating, enhancing & extending their documentation project conceived to help Permanent Missions in Geneva master the documentation of International Organizations, and linking it to SDGs
First of series of SDG accelerators focussing on different topics, it will gather people from different backgrounds during 2 days in group-facilitated activities to come up with innovative solutions (similar to hackathon). The topic: Reducing inequality, can focus on for example access to water, access to health, gender etc.
In the context of the implementation of the SDGs, ICTs reach into homes and communities that otherwise have no contact with everybody else, through technology
WFP delivers live-saving food to people in war zones and fights hunger and malnutrition. Achieving Zero Hunger and learning for all are key elements in the achievement of the SDGs, including SDG 2 on ending hunger by 2030
This report, jointly prepared as an inter-agency product by the regional UN system in Europe and Central Asia within the framework of the Regional Coordination Mechanism and the Regional UN Development Group, looks back at the experience of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and, at the same time, takes on a forward-looking perspective to achieve a successful transition to the much more complex and comprehensive SDGs
A collaboration initiative that aims to mobilize the knowledge, skills and ideas of Geneva based actors to overcome common implmentation challenges of the Agenda 2030 to ultimately help countries achieve SDGs. The Ecosystem is a multistakeholder initaitive and involves actors from UN Agencies, IGOs, NGOs, and academia. The group recently completed their second workshop and is in the process of formalizing its structure.
Flagship Report - Evidence-based recommendations for implementing the 2030 Agenda
Creating a space where people – individual experts or a small round table - from across the UN system & its partners can come & talk about SDG topics with a Geneva link