Friday, January 17

[Webcast] United Nations Web TV: Live Schedule (17 January, 2014)

United Nations Web TV Live Schedule for Friday, 17 January 2014
All indicated times are New York time (GMT-5)

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10:00 AM        (CR.6, NLB) Roundtable on Constructing the Post-2015 development agenda:  The rule of law as a driver on inclusive development opportunities.
The Opening Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals (OWG) has been tasked with the preparation of a proposal on sustainable development goals (SDGs) which should, among other things, be aspirational, global in nature and universally applicable to all countries. By bringing together different stakeholders, the Roundtable will seek to inform the debate, in advance of the OWG’s deliberations, on how integrating the rule of law into the new development agenda can make a crucial contribution towards a development path that is both more equitable and more sustainable, and produce significant benefits equally for governments, communities and individuals.
Organized by The International Development Law Organization (IDLO) with the Rule of Law Unit in the Executive Office of the Secretary-General (EOSG) and the support of the Government of Finland.
Concept note:
http://www.un.org/webcast/ruleoflaw140117a.pdf
Draft programme:
http://www.un.org/webcast/ruleoflaw140117b.pdf

11:00 AM        (TCC) General Assembly, Informal meeting (closed) of the plenary: Briefing by the Secretary-General on priorities for 2014.

12:00 PM        Noon Briefing

12:30 PM        Press Conference [Arabic/English interpretation requested]: Press conference with H.E. Sir Mark Lyall Grant, Permanent Representative of the United Kingdom to the United Nations and H.E. Ms. Sylvie Lucas, Permanent Representative of Luxembourg to the United Nations.

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