Thursday, February 4

[Webcast] United Nations Web TV: Live Schedule (Thursday, 4 February 2016)

United Nations Web TV Live Schedule for Thursday, 4 February 2016
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Thursday, February 4, 2016

        09:00 AM        (CR.4) NGO Briefing - Commission for Social Development, Fifty-fourth Session (3-12 February 2016)
Priority theme: Rethinking and strengthening social development in the contemporary world
https://www.un.org/development/desa/dspd/united-nations-commission-for-social-development-csocd-social-policy-and-development-division/54th-session-of-the-commission-for-social-development-csocd54.html

        09:45 AM        Security Council media stakeouts

        10:00 AM        (CR.4) Commission for Social Development, Fifty-fourth Session (3-12 February 2016)
Priority theme: Rethinking and strengthening social development in the contemporary world
https://www.un.org/development/desa/dspd/united-nations-commission-for-social-development-csocd-social-policy-and-development-division/54th-session-of-the-commission-for-social-development-csocd54.html

        11:00 AM        (CR.1) Promoting Peace and Reconciliation to Counter Violent Extremism
http://outreach.un.org/ngorelations/2016/02/02/focus-on-faith-3/

        12:00 PM        Daily Press Briefing by the Spokesperson of the Secretary-General.

        01:15 PM        (CR.7) Innovations on inclusion. Leave No One Behind.
Welcome and introduction: H.E. Ambassador Kai Sauer, Permanent Representative of Finland to the United Nations
Opening Remarks: Dr David Nabarro, Special Adviser on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
Panel Moderator: Mr Paul Ladd, Director of UN Research Institute for Social Development
1) Innovation to promote inclusive and accessible urban environments: Mme Vappu Taipale, Occupy Your Age/Valli, Finland
2) Innovations on data disaggregation through the SDG Project P20 focusing on poverty, gender, age and disability data: Mr Tony German and Ms Judith Randel, Development Initiatives
3) Participatory research project ‘Voices of the marginalised’ with older people and people with disabilities in Bangladesh and Tanzania: Dr Marion Steff, Sightsavers.
CSocD54 side event organized by the PM of Finland
Flyer:
http://www.un.org/webcast/pdfs/160204pm-finland.pdf

        03:00 PM        (ECOSOC) Building Bridges across Boundaries: Promoting peace and harmony to achieve the the Sustainable Development Goals.
Sponsored by the United African Congress, Give Them a Hand Foundation, Nusantara Foundation, Buddha’s Light International Association and International Association of Applied Psychology In partnership with the Permanent Mission of Ethiopia, the Permanent Mission of Jamaica, and the Permanent Mission of Indonesia to the United Nations.
Flyer:
http://www.un.org/webcast/pdfs/160214pm-interfaith-harmony.pdf

        03:00 PM        (CR.4) Commission for Social Development, Fifty-fourth Session (3-12 February 2016)
Priority theme: Rethinking and strengthening social development in the contemporary world
https://www.un.org/development/desa/dspd/united-nations-commission-for-social-development-csocd-social-policy-and-development-division/54th-session-of-the-commission-for-social-development-csocd54.html

        06:00 PM        (ECOSOC) “Towards a Cervical Cancer Free World” on the occasion of World Cancer Day.
The event will shed light on cervical cancer, the leading cause of cancer deaths in low- and middle-income countries, which kills over 250,000 women annually, and how the international community can help end cervical cancer—an almost always preventable disease.  It will feature a special screening of the inspirational “Lady Ganga” documentary. This film tells the story of a 45-year-old single mother who, when diagnosed with late stage cervical cancer, decided to do something extraordinary before her death:
Break a world record by paddle boarding on the Ganges River.
A brief panel discussion following the film will explore how we can work together through the Every Woman Every Child movement to eliminate cervical cancer and how doing so will contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals related to the health of girls and women and the reduction of non-communicable diseases worldwide. Moreover, as cervical cancer is a significant risk factor for acquiring HIV and vice versa, the prevention and control of cervical cancer is closely linked to the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Event organized by the Permanent Missions of the United States of America and the Republic of Zambia to the United Nations, Every Woman Every Child and Cervical Cancer Action.
http://www.everywomaneverychild.org




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