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Human Rights Council
Investing in a human rights-based recovery from COVID-19 and implementation of the 2030 Agenda
Bi-weekly Geneva Press Briefing Chaired by Alessandra Vellucci, Director of the United Nations Information Service in Geneva
UNRWA hybrid press conference with Commissioner-General Philippe Lazzarini
Accelerating Support for Women Human Rights Defenders (WHRDs) on the Front Lines of Conflict and Crisis: The global launch event of the New Women's Peace and Humanitarian Fund (WPHF) Funding window for Women Human Rights Defenders will serve as the official launch of the new WPHF Funding Window for WHRDs working for inclusive peace and humanitarian action.
Stakeout by Anniken Huitfeldt, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Norway, and Kaavya Asoka, Executive Director of NGO Working Group on Women, Peace and Security, following the Security Council meeting on Women, Peace and Security.
Economic and Social Council
The 60th session of the Commission for Social Development (CSocD60) will take place largely online from 7 to 16 February 2022 at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. The Commission is the advisory body responsible for the social development pillar of global development.
Norway will hold an open debate to address how the intimidation of and violence and reprisals against women – because of their engagement in peace and security processes – threaten our shared goal of ensuring women's full, equal and meaningful participation in all stages of peace processes.
World Health Organization - Virtual Press Conference on COVID-19
Briefing by Paulina Kubiak, Spokesperson for the President of the 76th Session of the General Assembly.
Noon briefing by Stephen Dujarric, Spokesperson for the Secretary-General.
Press Conference: Jonathan Veitch, Resident Coordinator a.i. for the Pacific Islands on the situation in Tonga
(Continued) Norway will hold an open debate to address how the intimidation of and violence and reprisals against women – because of their engagement in peace and security processes – threaten our shared goal of ensuring women's full, equal and meaningful participation in all stages of peace processes.
Meetings & Events
The event will be an opportunity to look back and recognize the progress for children affected by conflict over the past 25 years through collective efforts. It will also be an occasion to look ahead and explore ways in which the mandate could further evolve and generate more progress for the protection of boys and girls in the coming years. During the event, a study on the evolution of the CAAC mandate since its establishment will be launched.