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Speech of Pratibha Mehta, United Nations Resident Coordinator at the Ministry of Justice’s New Year Reception for development partners

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  • Date: 6 March 2015
  • Event: Ministry of Justice's New Year Reception for development partners
  • Venue: Ministry of Justice, 60 Tran Phu Street, Hanoi

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Speech by Ms. Pratibha Mehta, United Nations Resident Coordinator at the 3rd National One Health Conference infectious disease risks at the human-animal-ecosystem interface in Viet Nam

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Speaker: Ms. Pratibha Mehta, United Nations Resident Coordinator
Date: Tuesday, February 3, 2015
Event: 3rd National One Health Conference infectious disease risks at the human-animal-ecosystem interface in Viet Nam
Venue: Sheraton Hotel, Ha Noi    

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Speech by United Nations Resident Coordinator, Ms Pratibha Mehta at the ethnic minority development forum

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Date: Thursday 29th January 2015
Event: EM Forum: Mainstreaming ethnic minority development in the 2016-202 national policy framework
Venue: Melia Hotel

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Speech by Pratibha Mehta, United Nations Resident Coordinator at International Human Rights Day Conference: “International Conventions and National Laws on Human Rights - Role of National Assembly”

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Date: Wednesday 10 December  2014
Event: International Human Rights Day Conference: “International Conventions and National Laws on Human Rights - Role of National Assembly”
Venue: Intercontinental Hotel, Ha Noi

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Speech by Dr Pratibha Mehta, United Nations Resident Coordinator in Viet Nam on the the International Day on Disability and Viet Nam’s ratification of Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

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Time: Wednesday, 3rd December 2014
Event: Celebrating the International Day on Disability and Viet Nam’s ratification of Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
Venue: Lotte Hotel, Ha Noi

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Speech by United Nations Resident Coordinator, Ms. Pratibha Mehta at the launching workshop of national communication campaign "Let's take action to end violence against women and girls"

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Date: Tuesday, 18 November 2013
Event: Launching workshop of National Communication Campaign "Let's take action to end violence against women and girls"
Venue: Melia Hotel, 44B Ly Thuong Kiet street, Ha Noi

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Call for participation - Volunteering for SDGs – UNV Vietnam Facebook Photo Contest


Volunteering for Sustainable Development Goals – UNV Vietnam Facebook Photo Contest

On the occasion of International Youth Day (IYD) celebration event organized by the UN in Vietnam "Vietnamese Youth: Partners in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals", the UNV Field Unit (FU) in Vietnam is thrilled to launch its Facebook Photo Contest – "Volunteering for Sustainable Development Goals". Vietnamese Youth is a driving force of Volunteerism and has an important role to play in achieving SDGs, including through Volunteer activities. Show the world how you contribute to achieving the SDGs by Volunteering! Either you are a young volunteer or any other kind of volunteer, you are welcome to join the contest!


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Talking about the One Health mission in Viet Nam with FAO experts

18/07/2016 - After responding to emergency zoonotic outbreaks, the importance of One Health Approach has been emphasized worldwide in effectively preventing and controlling these diseases. In order to discover more about this approach within the Viet Nam country context, a discussion was held with FAO Viet Nam's Emergency Centre for Transboundary Animal Diseases (ECTAD) core One Health technical staff members (Pawin Padungtod – Senior Technical Coordinator, Nguyen Thuy Hang – One Health Advocacy and Communication Coordinator and Nguyen Phuong Oanh – Operations Officer to talk about their recent One Health assessment mission in Ha Giang and Quang Nam provinces.


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Launch of UN Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific 2016

The Asia-Pacific region's journey towards a successful achievement of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development should be driven by broad-based productivity gains and further rebalancing towards domestic and regional demand, says the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) in its latest flagship publication. The Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific 2016 underlines that such a strategy will not only underpin revival of robust and resilient economic growth but will also improve the quality of this growth by making it more inclusive and sustainable.


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Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on Gender and Disaster Risk Reduction in Hanoi, Viet Nam


In light of the new framework on disaster risk reduction and changing contexts of the post-2015 development agenda, UN Women and Government of Viet Nam, in collaboration with UNISDR and UNDP, and with support from the Government of Japan is organizing an Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on Gender and Disaster Risk Reduction to mark one year of the adaptation of the Sendai Framework. The aim of the regional conference is to provide a forum for Governments, the civil society, the academia and UN agencies and other development partners to discuss how gender equality and women's participation can be integrated into targets, indicators and actions when developing implementation plans at regional, national and local levels.


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The Secretary-General’s message on International Women’s Day “From The Glass Ceiling To A Carpet Of Shards”

8 March 2016 - As a boy growing up in post-war Korea, I remember asking about a tradition I observed: women going into labour would leave their shoes at the threshold and then look back in fear. “They are wondering if they will ever step into those shoes again,” my mother explained.

More than a half-century later, the memory continues to haunt me. In poor parts of the world today, women still risk death in the process of giving life. Maternal mortality is one of many preventable perils. All too often, female babies are subjected to genital mutilation. Girls are attacked on their way to school. Women’s bodies are used as battlefields in wars. Widows are shunned and impoverished.



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