Wednesday, June 8

[Webcast] United Nations Web TV: Live Schedule (Wednesday, 8 June 2016)

United Nations Web TV Live Schedule for Wednesday, 8 June 2016
All indicated times are New York time (GMT-5), (Approximate ending time)

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08:15 AM - 09:30 AM        (CR.7) Ending TB deaths among people living with HIV: Time for action - High Level Meeting on HIV/AIDS side event.
The overall aim of the meeting is to catalyse intensified efforts and response to end TB deaths among people living with HIV through political commitment, country ownership and adequate investment. It is also intended to increase the profile and emphasis of HIV-associated TB at the HLM as well as to provide a platform to elicit actions that will transform the implementation of policies and strategies.
Website:
http://www.who.int/tb/areas-of-work/tb-hiv/unga_hlm_aids_2016_TB_sidevent_concept_note_web.pdf?ua=1

09:45 AM - 10:45 AM        Security Council Media Stakeout

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM        Security Council: Debate on the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) (7707th meeting).

10:00 AM - 01:00 PM        (ECOSOC) UNDP, Annual session 2016 Executive Board (6-10 June 2016).
The UNDP Executive Board is made up of representatives from 36 countries around the world who serve on a rotating basis. Through its Bureau, consisting of representatives from five regional groups, the Board oversees and supports the activities of UNDP, ensuring that the organization remains responsive to the evolving needs of programme countries.
http://www.undp.org/content/undp/en/home/operations/executive_board/overview/

10:00 AM - 01:00 PM        (GA Hall) General Assembly: 2016 High-Level Meeting on Ending AIDS (8-10 June 2016).
-  Opening plenary meeting, including Adoption of the Outcome document.
-  Continuation of plenary meeting.
The High-Level meeting will focus attention on the importance of accelerating the response to HIV over the next five years to set the world on course to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030 as part of the Sustainable Development Goals.
United Nations Member States are expected to adopt a Political Declaration on Ending AIDS to scale up the pace of progress and reach a set of time-bound targets.
http://www.hlm2016aids.unaids.org/index.php/en/home/

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM        (SO#2) General Assembly Media Stakeout: The President of the General Assembly, H.E. Mr. Mogens Lykketoft and Mr. Michel Sidibe, Executive Director of UNAIDS following the opening of the  2016 High-Level Meeting on Ending AIDS (8-10 June 2016).
http://www.hlm2016aids.unaids.org/index.php/en/home/

11:00 AM - 01:00 PM        (TCC) General Assembly: 2016 High-Level Meeting on Ending AIDS (8-10 June 2016).
-  Panel Discussion 1: AIDS within the Sustainable Development Goals: leveraging the end of AIDS for social transformation and sustainable development.
The AIDS response is interwoven with, and interdependent upon, progress across a range of Sustainable Development Goals (including poverty eradication, gender equality, education, justice and inclusive institutions), as well as across targets within the health goal. This panel will discuss how to best leverage these synergies, as well as distil key lessons learned from the AIDS response that can help to accelerate progress across the Sustainable Development Goals.
The High-Level meeting will focus attention on the importance of accelerating the response to HIV over the next five years to set the world on course to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030 as part of the Sustainable Development Goals.
United Nations Member States are expected to adopt a Political Declaration on Ending AIDS to scale up the pace of progress and reach a set of time-bound targets.
http://www.hlm2016aids.unaids.org/index.php/en/home/

12:00 PM - 12:30 PM        Daily Press Briefing by the Spokesperson of the Secretary-General.

12:30 PM - 01:30 PM        Press Conference: Her Serene Highness Princess Stephanie of Monaco on the High Level Meeting on HIV/AIDS. The moderator will be Mr. Nicolas Saussier, Chief of the Press Office for Fight AIDS Monaco.

01:15 PM - 02:30 PM        (CR.3) Delivering an AIDS-free generation - Side-event at the High Level Meeting on HIV/AIDS.
The event will highlight the achievements of the Global Plan to date and priority actions to Fast-Track this remarkable response and the goal of ending pediatric AIDS by 2020.
http://www.hlm2016aids.unaids.org/index.php/en/event/delivering-the-aids-free-generation/

02:45 PM - 03:45 PM        Security Council Media Stakeout (Threats to the International Peace and Security).

03:00 PM - 04:00 PM        Security Council: Threats to international peace and security caused by terrorist acts (7708th meeting).
Report of the Secretary-General on the threat posed by ISIL (Da’esh) to international peace and security and the range of United Nations efforts in support of Member States in countering the threat (S/2016/501)
http://www.un.org/ga/search/view_doc.asp?symbol=S/2016/501

03:00 PM - 06:00 PM        (TCC) General Assembly: 2016 High-Level Meeting on Ending AIDS (8-10 June 2016).
-  Panel Discussion 2: Financing and sustaining the end of AIDS: the window of opportunity.
Taking a Fast-Track approach to the response to HIV over the next five years is critical to ending AIDS by 2030. Without sufficient and sustainable financing, the gains made so far risk being lost and the AIDS epidemic prolonged indefinitely. This panel will explore how to front-load investments both in high-burden countries and low-prevalence countries, in line with the principles of shared responsibility and global solidarity.
The High-Level meeting will focus attention on the importance of accelerating the response to HIV over the next five years to set the world on course to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030 as part of the Sustainable Development Goals.
United Nations Member States are expected to adopt a Political Declaration on Ending AIDS to scale up the pace of progress and reach a set of time-bound targets.
http://www.hlm2016aids.unaids.org/index.php/en/home/

03:00 PM - 06:00 PM        (ECOSOC) UNDP, Annual session 2016 Executive Board (6-10 June 2016).
The UNDP Executive Board is made up of representatives from 36 countries around the world who serve on a rotating basis. Through its Bureau, consisting of representatives from five regional groups, the Board oversees and supports the activities of UNDP, ensuring that the organization remains responsive to the evolving needs of programme countries.
http://www.undp.org/content/undp/en/home/operations/executive_board/overview/

03:00 PM - 06:00 PM        (GA Hall) General Assembly: 2016 High-Level Meeting on Ending AIDS (8-10 June 2016).
Continuation of plenary meeting.
The High-Level meeting will focus attention on the importance of accelerating the response to HIV over the next five years to set the world on course to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030 as part of the Sustainable Development Goals.
United Nations Member States are expected to adopt a Political Declaration on Ending AIDS to scale up the pace of progress and reach a set of time-bound targets.
http://www.hlm2016aids.unaids.org/index.php/en/home/

04:00 PM - 06:00 PM        (CR.1) World Oceans Day.
Organized by the Permanent Mission of Palau to the United Nations


05:30 PM - 06:30 PM        (CR.11) Leaving No One Behind: The Rights and Health of the Most Vulnerable (Side event at the 2016 High-Level Meeting on Ending AIDS).
The rallying cry of the SDGs, “leave no one behind”  underscores the importance of equity and of innovative and more effective strategies to ensure that health services, including for HIV, TB, and malaria, reach and address the needs of the socially and economically marginalized who continue to suffer disproportionately from the burden of these diseases.  Rights-based, community-driven and gender-responsive approaches are needed to  the address the challenges of discrimination, stigma, violence, legal barriers, and lack of access to services faced by key populations who continue to be at most at risk and under-served. Recognizing that we cannot end AIDS and achieve universal access unless we focus on these populations, the Global Fund has just adopted a new strategy that has much greater emphasis on promoting and protecting human rights and gender equality, and on the key populations that have been left behind in many country’s responses to HIV.  

This event, co-hosted by the Government of Canada, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, the Interagency Coalition on AIDS and Development, and the International Council of AIDS Service Organizations, will focus on the importance of community in a broader and holistic response to HIV/AIDS and on new ideas, tools and approaches to strategically address the burden of HIV and related diseases that are faced by marginalized groups and key populations, including women and girls. Without this, we cannot effectively accelerate progress and turn the tide on HIV.  


06:30 PM - 08:30 PM        (CR.3) Breaking the silos: integrated services for adolescent girls and young women - Side-event at the High Level Meeting on HIV/AIDS.
The session will showcase examples of ground-breaking adolescent-centred policies and programmes presented by government representatives, adolescent girls and young women, as well as representatives of international organizations, the private sector and the donor community. The session will also establish commitment and action to mobilize stakeholders and resources at the local, national and international levels for adolescent-centred responses, particularly among adolescent girls.
http://www.hlm2016aids.unaids.org/index.php/en/event/breaking-the-silos-integrated-services-for-adolescent-girls-and-young-women/

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