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- COP24 fails to reach deal to help LDCs
- Climate change talks in Poland: Rich countries are not paying their fair share says civil society
- LDCs know Paris Agreement needs strong rules, if their countries are not to face extinction
- LDCs must nurture dynamic businesses that create jobs and help end poverty, says new UN Report
- Women’s groups from Asia Pacific concerned aboout Poland’s plan to suppress civil society at COP24
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En juin, l’Observatoire des PMA, la Commission économique des Nations Unies pour l’Afrique le Bureau du Haut Représentant pour les PMA, la CNUCED a organisé l’Assemblée de Stratégie régionale de la société civile africaine des PMA vers la mise en œuvre du Programme d’action d’Istanbul (PAI), à Addis-Abeba, en Ethiopie.
Les messages-clés ont insisté sur la nécessité de promouvoir les intérêts des PMA et de renforcer leur voix sur la scène internationale. Ils ont également appelé à une plus grande implication des organisations de la société civile dans la mise en œuvre des programmes d’appui aux PMA. À cet égard, ils ont insisté sur le rôle de l’Observatoire des PMA (OPMA) dans le processus de mise en œuvre du PAI et ont réitéré leur volonté de coopérer avec l’OPMA dans ce processus. Continue reading
This June, LDC Watch, UNECA, UN-OHRLLS and UNCTAD, organized the Africa LDC Civil Society Regional Strategy Assembly on the Implementation of the Istanbul Program of Action (IPoA) in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to draw up LDC CSOs’ campaign and advocacy strategies to support their involvement in the IPoA implementation, and discuss the 2013 global review of the MDGs and the post-2015 CSO agenda.
The key message was the need to promote LDC interests and strengthen their voice on the international scene and for greater civil society involvement in implementing programs supporting LDCs. Participants stressed LDC Watch’s role in implementing the IPoA and reiterated their readiness to cooperate with it. Continue reading
Augusto Ramos Soares and fellow marathon runner Juventina Napoleao, 23, are the only Timorese athletes who will compete at the Olympics this year. Their participation is no small feat for a country still shaking off a past so violent that locals like to joke: “The last time I ran, it was because Indonesian troops were chasing me.” Continue reading
Discussions about the final document for the Rio meeting are mired in ill-temper and misunderstanding. This paper argues that the reason is that much of the conflict between developed and developing countries during negotiations is because the parties are arguing about the wrong things – separating ecology and economics.
While the arguments continue, the main losers from the lack of progress will be the Least Developed Countries (LDCs, the 49 most vulnerable countries in the world (as defined by the United Nations), based on a comparison of living standards, life expectancy, literacy, education, etc, says Daphne Davies, LDC News editor Continue reading
The world leaders gathering at Rio de Janeiro must address the concerns of millions of people living in the Least Developed Countries
Bhagirath Yogi Continue reading
More than two years after the January 2010 earthquake in Haiti, NGOs and private contractors are continuing to provide 80 percent of the country’s social services
April 7, Bankok With extreme weather pounding countries across a wide arc in the Asia-Pacific region, questions hover over entitlements for millions of people displaced by climate change, pledged under the Green Climate Fund (GCF) and other sources.