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United Nations Joint Programme to Promote the Human Rights of Women (UNJP) will be launched on 1 March at 10:00 at a meeting at Swiss Hotel Ankara.
The International Center for Private Sector in Development is holding an inaugural meeting of its Executive Council on 28 February.
The transcripts of first fifty episodes of New Horizons Podcasts which is prepared by UNDP are compiled into an e-book with the title of “Innovative Development Stories Told Through Innovative Communication”. Both English and Turkish versions of the e-book are available.
On December 3rd, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Government of Turkey held the first high-level consultation to discuss the progress and plans for the future regarding the strategic partnership agreement concluded between UNDP and Turkey in March 2011.
‘International Conference on Promotion of Transparency and Accountability for Strengtened Integrity Sytems’, during which the most recent information about national and global trends and efforts in the field of anti-corruption will be discussed, is going to be hosted by the Prime Ministry Inspection Board in partnership with UNDP Turkey in 5-6 December 2012 at the Sherton Hotel Ankara.
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) today launched a new online portal allowing open, comprehensive public access to data on UNDP's work in 177 countries and territories, fulfilling a commitment to full transparency by 2013 above and beyond international standards.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) today announced the addition of more world-renowned footballers – including Samuel Eto’o of Cameroon, Djalma Feitosa Dia of Brazil, Fernando Hierro of Spain and Fernando Couto of Portugal – to the already star-studded team which will play in UNDP’s 10th Annual Match Against Poverty.
International Centre for Entrepreneurship which will shape the sustainable future of entrepreneurship in Turkey has opened today.
Post 2015 National Consultations have started in 50 countries including Turkey. The website which is about the national consultations in Turkey has been launched.
International Convention on Women’s Representation in Senior Management Positions of Private Sector and Public Institutions will be co-organized by United Nations Development Programme and Business Women Entrepreneurs and Enhancement Association (ANGİKAD), on 11-12 October 2012 in Ankara.
The “Enhancing Forest Protected Areas Management System in Turkey” project which was funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and bore considerable outputs such as PAN Park certification of the Küre Mountains National Park. The closure meeting will be held in Ankara on 8 October 2012 and will be followed by the “Importance of Forest Ecosystems in Conservation: Küre Mountains National Park Symposium”.
PTT Genel Müdürlüğü, 27 Ağustos 2012’de BM Küresel İlkeler Sözleşmesi’ne (BMKİS) taraf olarak, Türkiye’de bu sözleşmeyi imzalayan ilk ve tek kamu kurumu olma özelliğine sahip oldu.
Despite several important global targets being met ahead of the 2015 deadline, for the first time in many years aid shows a decline that risks slowing the momentum of significant development gains, warns a United Nations report issued today ahead of the annual high-level General Assembly meetings next week.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) launched today a new publication at its Executive Board meeting showcasing transformative development achievements in Eastern European and Central Asian countries. Much of these successes are based on innovative new social policies addressing the needs of that region’s chronically poor and marginalized, including the Roma, youth, the long-term unemployed and people with disabilities.
Depending on DHL’s, world leader company of international logistics and fast air transportation industries, expertise on airport logistics management, with the aim of maintaining the necessary logistics support in disaster conditions, “DHL Disaster Response Team”, the initiative which is established under the title of “Life Responsibilities” and as part of the social responsibility strategy, continues its efforts in Turkey with self devotion. Bringing the international cooperation to Turkey within this scope, DHL started to execute “GARD – Get Airports Ready for Disaster” program in Istanbul airports with the support of UNDP Turkey (United Nations Development Program) and General Directorate of State Airports Authority.
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