http://www.undp.org/content/mongolia/en/home/presscenter/speeches2015-03-03T05:51:44.460ZSpeechesAdobe Experience ManagerOpening Speech by Sezin Sinanoglu, UNDP Resident Representative:Consultative Meeting on Best Practices and Initiatives of Information Transparencynoemail@noemail.orgjargalsaikhan.purevdorjAccess to information and freedom of expression are international human rights norms and as such underpin many human rights declarations and covenants. Article 19 of both the UN Declaration on Human Rights and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) states that the right to freedom of expression includes not only freedom to ‘impart information and ideas of all kinds’, but also freedom to ‘seek’ and ‘receive’ them ‘regardless of frontiers’ and in whatever medium.http://www.undp.org/content/mongolia/en/home/presscenter/speeches/2014/12/24/opening-speech-by-sezin-sinanoglu-undp-resident-representative-consultative-meeting-on-best-practices-and-initiatives-of-information-transparency2014-12-24T13:24:55.677Z2014-12-24T13:24:55.677Z10th Development Dialogue: Political Empowerment of Women in Mongolia: Opening Remarks by Ms. Sezin Sinanoglu,UNDP Resident Representativenoemail@noemail.orgjargalsaikhan.purevdorjIn 2011, UNDP in collaboration with the National Committee on Gender Equality held and international conference in exactly this room to discuss exactly this same topic. It brought a mixed crowd of politicians, NGOs, government representatives and experts, including a renowned academician from Harvard University to discuss how to increase women’s representation in politics. It was a success.
http://www.undp.org/content/mongolia/en/home/presscenter/speeches/2014/12/23/10th-development-dialogue-political-empowerment-of-women-in-mongolia-opening-remarks-by-ms-sezin-sinanoglu-undp-resident-representative2014-12-23T07:02:32.528Z2014-12-23T07:02:32.528Z“Peace Studies in the 21st Century and Mongolia” International Conferencenoemail@noemail.orgjargalsaikhan.purevdorjIt is a great pleasure to be with you today. First of all, I would like to congratulate the organizers for organizing the first international research conference on peace studies in Mongolia. And a warm welcome to the participants from Japan, Korea, Canada, Russia, and of cause Mongolia. Every year the world marks the United Nations Day on the 24th October. I am especially honored to discuss about PEACE today. United Nations was established in 1945 after the Second World War. Its ultimate goal is to promote peace and security and to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war, which twice in the last century has brought untold sorrow to mankind.http://www.undp.org/content/mongolia/en/home/presscenter/speeches/2014/10/24/-peace-studies-in-the-21st-century-and-mongolia-international-conference2014-10-24T07:27:12.775Z2014-10-24T07:27:12.775ZMongolia LGBT Dialogue Report Launchnoemail@noemail.orgjargalsaikhan.purevdorjn behalf of the United Nations Development Programme, I very warmly welcome you to the launch of the “Being LGBT in Asia” Mongolia Country Report! We started a journey together almost exactly 8 months ago, in March this year. We started a national dialogue on what it means to be Lesbian Gay Bisexual or Transgender in Mongolia. Today we are touching base, meeting again as a committed and proactive group in support of LGBT rights to review what we have achieved over the last 8 months and most importantly to launch our joint product, the Mongolia Country Report of the “Being LGBT in Asia” initiative.http://www.undp.org/content/mongolia/en/home/presscenter/speeches/2014/10/22/mongolia-lgbt-dialogue-report-launch2014-10-23T08:08:41.972Z2014-10-23T08:08:41.972ZSocial Good Summit Meet-up in Mongolianoemail@noemail.orgmichael.relevoFor five years now the world has been having a global conversation. A conversation that reaches out and brings the voices of not only world leaders but also new media and technology experts, grassroots activists, entrepreneurs, celebrities and many other voices from around the world. This truly global conversation is the Social Good Summit and today we are here to participate in this amazing event. http://www.undp.org/content/mongolia/en/home/presscenter/speeches/2014/09/22/social-good-summit-meet-up-in-mongolia2014-10-15T13:11:23.252Z2014-10-15T13:11:23.252ZSpeech by Sezin Sinanoglu, UNDP Resident Representative at the National Forum “Together for Corruption Free Society”firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Millennium Development Goals are due to end in 2015. Over the last 2 years the UN has been leading a global effort to come up with a new, a Post 2015 development agenda. Over 3 million people from all over the world and all walks of life have participated in global, regional and national level consultations to help shape this future development agenda, including the formulation of a set of new goals, which are called the Sustainable Development Goals (or SDGs for short). Good governance, transparency, accountability and anti-corruption have featured very strongly in all these discussions.http://www.undp.org/content/mongolia/en/home/presscenter/speeches/2014/06/25/speech-by-sezin-sinanoglu-resident-representative-undp-mongolia-at-the-national-forum-together-for-corruption-free-society-2014-10-15T13:11:26.302Z2014-10-15T13:11:26.302ZOpening remarks by Mr. Haoliang Xu: CONSULTATION ON THE POST-2015 DEVELOPMENT AGENDA: ENGAGING WITH THE PRIVATE SECTOR Strengthening the contribution of SMEs for sustainable email@example.comThe themes of this meeting, “Engaging with the private sector” and “Strengthening the role of small and medium enterprises in sustainable development” are very pertinent, both for Mongolia, and for the world at large. Over the last two decades we have witnessed huge achievements, especially in the Asia pacific region. Hundreds of millions of people have been lifted out of extreme poverty, and the income levels of countless millions more above that line have been lifted too.http://www.undp.org/content/mongolia/en/home/presscenter/speeches/2014/06/17/opening-remarks-by-mr-haoliang-xu-consultation-on-the-post-2015-development-agenda-engaging-with-the-private-sector-strengthening-the-contribution-of-smes-for-sustainable-development2014-10-15T13:11:24.631Z2014-10-15T13:11:24.631ZNATIONAL CONSULTATION ON THE POST 2015 DEVELOPMENT AGENDA: ENGAGING WITH THE PRIVATE SECTOR: Speech by Ms. Sezin Sinanoglu, UN Resident Coordinatornoemail@noemail.orgmichael.relevoOn behalf of the United Nations Country Team in Mongolia, I am truly happy to welcome you all to this National Consultation with the Private Sector to discuss the Post 2015 Development Agenda.http://www.undp.org/content/mongolia/en/home/presscenter/speeches/2014/06/16/national-consultation-on-the-post-2015-development-agenda-engaging-with-the-private-sector-speech-by-ms-sezin-sinanoglu-un-resident-coordinator2014-10-15T13:11:25.534Z2014-10-15T13:11:25.534ZDEVELOPMENT DIALOGUE 8 “SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT IN MONGOLIA” Opening remarks by Ms. Sezin Sinanoglu, UNDP Resident Representativenoemail@noemail.orgmichael.relevoUNDP’s cooperation with the Ministry of Construction and Urban Development has been growing very fast and we see this Dialogue as an excellent opportunity to start exploring new avenues and ideas for expanding our collaboration. http://www.undp.org/content/mongolia/en/home/presscenter/speeches/2014/06/16/development-dialogue-8-sustainable-urban-development-in-mongolia-opening-remarks-by-ms-sezin-sinanoglu-undp-resident-representative2014-10-15T13:11:25.777Z2014-10-15T13:11:25.777ZOpening remarks by Ms. Sezin Sinanoglu, UN Resident Coordinator: HIGH-LEVEL INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON “WTO AGREEMENT ON TRADE FACILITATION: IMPLICATIONS FOR LLDCs”firstname.lastname@example.orgDistinguished Participants: On behalf of the UN Family in Mongolia, I warmly welcome you to Mongolia. I also congratulate the Government of Mongolia, OHRLLS and the International Think Tank for LLDCs for organizing this very important workshop.
The focus of this Workshop is the WTO Agreement on Trade Facilitation, but I would like to use this opportunity to bring forth a few additional thoughts – some thoughts on trade and human development.http://www.undp.org/content/mongolia/en/home/presscenter/speeches/2014/06/02/opening-remarks-by-ms-sezin-sinanoglu-un-resident-coordinator-high-level-international-workshop-on-wto-agreement-on-trade-facilitation-implications-for-lldcs-2014-10-15T13:11:24.041Z2014-10-15T13:11:24.041ZWelcome Remarks for the Mongolia national LGBT dialogue Sezin Sinanoglu, UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representativenoemail@noemail.orgmichael.relevoIt is with great pleasure that I welcome you today on behalf of the United Nations to the Mongolia national lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender - what is often called LGBT – national community dialogue.http://www.undp.org/content/mongolia/en/home/presscenter/speeches/2014/03/21/welcome-remarks-for-the-mongolia-national-lgbt-dialogue-sezin-sinanoglu-un-resident-coordinator-and-undp-resident-representative2014-10-15T13:11:26.854Z2014-10-15T13:11:26.854ZOpening speech by Sezin Sinanoglu, UN Resident Coordinator, UNDAF Review Meetingnoemail@noemail.orgmichael.relevoUNDAF was developed through intensive consultations with national counterparts and signed in 2011. It brings together 14 UN agencies to address key development challenges in Mongolia and covers the years 2012-2016.http://www.undp.org/content/mongolia/en/home/presscenter/speeches/2014/02/25/opening-speech-by-sezin-sinanoglu-un-resident-coordinator-undaf-review-meeting2014-10-15T13:11:27.482Z2014-10-15T13:11:27.482ZTHE SECRETARY-GENERAL -- MESSAGE ON HUMAN RIGHTS DAYnoemail@noemail.orgjargalsaikhan.purevdorjHuman Rights Day marks the anniversary of the adoption by the General Assembly of the landmark Universal Declaration of Human Rights. This year’s observance also marks 20 years since a bold step forward in the struggle to make rights a reality for all: the adoption by the World Conference on Human Rights of the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action.http://www.undp.org/content/mongolia/en/home/presscenter/speeches/2013/12/10/the-secretary-general-message-on-human-rights-day2014-01-16T07:21:17.346Z2014-01-16T07:21:17.346ZUNSG statement for ‘Zero Corruption, 100% Development’ campaign – Celebrations around the anti-corruption day in Asia Pacificnoemail@noemail.orgjargalsaikhan.purevdorjHuman Rights Day marks the anniversary of the adoption by the General Assembly of the landmark Universal Declaration of Human Rights. This year’s observance also marks 20 years since a bold step forward in the struggle to make rights a reality for all: the adoption by the World Conference on Human Rights of the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action.http://www.undp.org/content/mongolia/en/home/presscenter/speeches/2013/12/09/unsg-statement-for-zero-corruption-100-development-campaign-celebrations-around-the-anti-corruption-day-in-asia-pacific2014-01-16T07:22:30.102Z2014-01-16T07:22:30.102ZOpening Speech: Launch of the 5th MDG Progress Reportnoemail@noemail.orgjargalsaikhan.purevdorjThe Report took over a year of research, consultations, writing, re-writing and writing again by a handful of very dedicated people to finish. I would like to sincerely thank all of them for their great work! Among them, I would like to especially acknowledge the team in the Ministry of Economic Development who took the lead and pushed the process through. It was not an easy one but the result is obvious: a good quality Report, with figures and analysis that we can all stand by.http://www.undp.org/content/mongolia/en/home/presscenter/speeches/2013/12/03/opening-speech-launch-of-the-5th-mdg-progress-report2013-12-04T06:10:05.914Z2013-12-04T06:10:05.914ZSOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY FORUM Organised by the Deputy Prime Minister’s Office Government of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, 7 November 2013 Video message by Ms. Sezin Sinanoglu, UNDP Resident Representativenoemail@noemail.orgjargalsaikhan.purevdorjMongolia has achieved significant economic growth. We can see improvements in the lives and livelihoods of many people around the country. Child and maternal mortality rates and school enrolment, for example, have shown great progress. Roads, homes and schools are being built and the country is much more prosperous than before.http://www.undp.org/content/mongolia/en/home/presscenter/speeches/2013/11/07/social-responsibility-forum-organised-by-the-deputy-prime-minister-s-office-government-of-mongolia-ulaanbaatar-7-november-2013-video-message-by-ms-sezin-sinanoglu-undp-resident-representative2013-11-18T02:34:43.923Z2013-11-18T02:34:43.923ZUINTED NATIONS DAY : Speech by Ms. Sezin Sinanoglu, UN Resident Coordinatornoemail@noemail.orgjargalsaikhan.purevdorjOn behalf of the whole UN Country Team – most of whom are out of the country on mission – I sincerely thank you for joining us to celebrate the 68th anniversary of the United Nations.
The United Nations Day is an opportunity for us to reflect on this unique organization that brings together 191 member states and to celebrate our achievements and contributions to peace and development around the world.http://www.undp.org/content/mongolia/en/home/presscenter/speeches/2013/10/24/uinted-nations-day-speech-by-ms-sezin-sinanoglu-un-resident-coordinator2013-11-18T02:33:38.197Z2013-11-18T02:33:38.197ZMs. Sezin Sinanoglu, UNDP Resident Representative: Speech at DEVELOPMENT DIALOGUE ON “PROMOTING EQUALITY AND INCLUSIVE GROWTH IN MONGOLIA” Government House, Ulaanbaatarnoemail@noemail.orgjargalsaikhan.purevdorjUNDP launched the Development Dialogue series last November in partnership with the Ministry of Economic Development and support from the British Embassy, to support informed policy discussions among key stakeholders on issues of significance for the development of Mongolia.http://www.undp.org/content/mongolia/en/home/presscenter/speeches/2013/10/22/ms-sezin-sinanoglu-undp-resident-representative-speech-at-development-dialogue-on-promoting-equality-and-inclusive-growth-in-mongolia-government-house-ulaanbaatar2013-11-18T02:32:41.891Z2013-11-18T02:32:41.891ZNational Forum on “Reportion on implementation of International Human Rights Treatiesnoemail@noemail.orgjargalsaikhan.purevdorjToday’s forum seminar is the exciting opportunity to help national stakeholders take stock of where we are on the recommendations raised at the first UPR cycle review.
I would like to congratulate the National Human Rights Commission, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Justice for undertaking such a thorough process (large consultation?) which is consistent with the spirit and intent of the UPR process outlined by the Human Rights Council. It also highlights the value of having a national human rights institution, such as the NHRCM, to work with both government and civil society to assess progress made in a rational, evidence based manner.http://www.undp.org/content/mongolia/en/home/presscenter/speeches/2013/07/02/national-forum-on-reportion-on-implementation-of-international-human-rights-treaties2013-11-18T02:38:45.711Z2013-11-18T02:38:45.711ZDEVELOPMENT DIALOGUE ON “UTILISING MINING REVENUE FOR MONGOLIA’S DEVELOPMENT”email@example.com://www.undp.org/content/mongolia/en/home/presscenter/speeches/2013/01/28/development-dialogue-on-utilising-mining-revenue-for-mongolia-s-development-2013-08-01T08:57:03.003Z2013-08-01T08:57:03.003Z