Informal Consultation: South–South Cooperation for Implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: A Trade and Development Perspective - A pre-event to BAPA+40 Conference
In preparation for the BAPA+40 Conference in March 2019, UNCTAD will host an informal consultation on “South–South Cooperation for Implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: A Trade and Development Perspective” at the Palais des Nation on 5 November 2018.
05 November 2018
10:00-18:00 hrs., Room XXIII of the Palais des Nations
INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON FINANCING FOR DEVELOPMENT Thinking Innovative Solutions to Persistent Development Challenges
The Statistical, Economic, Social Research and Training Centre for Islamic Countries (SESRIC), a subsidiary organ of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), and Islamic Development Bank (IDB) will organise the International Symposium on Financing for Development, under the theme "Thinking Innovative Solutions to Persistent Development Challenges".
GLASSTECH,ASIA 2018 14-16 NOVEMBER 2018. KUALA LAUMPUR/ MALAYSIA
Being reputed as the 'Glass Hub of Southeast Asia', Glasstech Asia 2018 is an unparalleled glass exhibition providing regional industry players deeper insights to the glass manufacturing, processing, products and materials sectors.
Ten contributions parliamentarians can make towards achieving a ZeroHunger world
There is more than enough food produced today to feed everyone, yet about 821 million people are chronically undernourished. Achieving food security for everyone requires an integrated approach from all stakeholders, including from governments. Bringing the hunger number down to zero by 2030 will require appropriate legislation backed by the necessary budgets and proper monitoring, allowing for just and long-lasting legal frameworks.
Seminars, discussions and agreements on the second day of the ICCIA 27th board of directors meeting.
The second day of the the 27th board of directors meeting in Jakarta included most of the important activities of the event, which started on the 22 of October 2018 and ended on the third day the 24th of October 2018.
Training Morocco’s next generation of water managers
Morocco is staring into an uncertain water future. With a median population age of only 27, Morocco is a youthful nation in transition, contending with the interwoven challenges of urbanization, rapid population growth, industrialization, and climate change. These trends have collectively increased pressure on the country’s most vulnerable natural resource, water, with demand and competition for freshwater mounting with each passing year.