Helen Clark: Keynote Address on “Strengthening the Rule of Law to Sustain Peace and Foster Development – Lessons Learned from Eight Years of Support”Jun 29, 2016UNDP’s Annual Meeting on Strengthening the Rule of Law in Crisis-Affected and Fragile Contexts - New York, USA
UNDP and the Global Fund sign US$8.7m grant to scale up HIV prevention measures in AfghanistanJun 27, 2016The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Global Fund signed a US$8.7 million grant to scale up HIV prevention measures and treatment for people most at risk of contracting the virus in Afghanistan, including injecting drugs users and prisoners.
Magdy Martínez-Solimán: Statement at the launch of the Report on ‘Financing Sustainable Development: The Critical Role of Risk and Resilience’Jun 21, 2016New York
Helen Clark: Keynote Address on “Non-communicable Diseases – a Sustainable Development Priority for Pacific Island Countries”Jun 20, 2016Fa’onelua Convention Centre - Nuku’alofa, Tonga
Magdy Martínez-Solimán: Statement at the Fourth Annual Seminar for National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs): NHRI's Role in Conflict and Fragile ContextsJun 17, 2016UN, New York
Helen Clark: Statement for World Elder Abuse Awareness DayJun 15, 2016
Millions of Latin American risk sliding back into poverty; new generation of public policies crucial to prevent setbacks: UNDPJun 14, 2016The main threat to progress in Latin Americais the relapse of millions of families back into poverty, says the UNDP's latest Human Development Report.
UNDP takes part in the European Development Days on Agenda 2030 implementationJun 14, 2016UNDP will participate in the European Development Days, Europe’s leading forum on development and cooperation, which will take place on 15-16 June in Brussels.
UNDP Film gives voice to Thirty MillionJun 13, 2016A UNDP supported documentary on the threat sea-level rise poses to 30 million Bangladeshis premiered in New York City on Monday.
UNDP, partners to chart roadmap for tackling violent extremism in Central AsiaJun 13, 2016Combatting the rise of violent extremism in Central Asia and beyond will require long-term measures that include creating life opportunities for young people and a chance to serve and shape the future of their communities, said experts at a conference on the phenomenon that opened here today.