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Paul Okumu, Head of Secretariat of the Africa Platform (ACP) and Rosario del Pilar Diaz Garavito, Founder The Millennials Movement at the Live Stage of the Global Festival of Ideas for Sustainable Development.

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Rosario del Pilar Diaz Garavito, Founder and CEO at The Millennials Movement, Member of The World We Want platform Policy and Strategy Group Introduced by: Nadira Hira, Writer, Speaker, Host

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ONE, Transparency International, Okayafrica, and the United Nations Millennium Challenge present an interactive conversation on the emerging people-powered, technology-facilitated activism that is making a real difference in peoples' lives.

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Dan Thomas, Director of Communications and Spokesperson for the President of the UN General Assembly and Rosario del Pilar Diaz Garavito,Founder The Millennials Movement at the Live Stage of the Global Festival of Ideas for Sustainable Development

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Speakers: Allyson Humphrey, Global Youth Focal Point, UN Women @UN_Women Shaun Johnson, Co-Founder of Startup Institute @StartupInst Rosario Diaz Caravito, Founder and CEO at The Millennials Movement @millennial_mvmt Shruti Kapoor, Foun

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Meetings & Events

Turning a moment into a movement

24 Sep 2020

This opening session delves into what is truly needed for a lasting impact in the face of barriers to action

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In this session, the creators of Dante share their story and how their methodology balances entertaining fiction with accurate scientific data.

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Digital platforms are becoming more and more important to mobilize action on the environment. China's biggest social media platform Weibo— which boasts 465 million users a month— launched an air pollution and prevention topic

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Audiovisual Library of International Law

Walter Kälin - Climate Change and Population Movements

29 Oct 2009

Effects of climate change including sudden onset disasters or slow onset environmental degradation are becoming an important cause of displacement. Present international law provides protection for affected persons to a considerable degree if they remain within their own country as internally displaced persons but fails to address the needs of those displaced across an international border.

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Informal interactive panel discussion on "Understanding Large Movements of Refugees and Migrants" Co-organized by the Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA), the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and

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