UNDP Seoul Policy Centre is hosting a series of international meetings this week on developing police capacity and victim support strategies for gender-based violence (GBV).
UNDP Seoul Policy Centre invited the Korean business community, including MNCs, SMEs, foundations and business networks, to the ‘Business as SDG Accelerator Workshop’ to help Korean companies strategically contribute to and benefit from global sustainable development initiatives.
As part of UNDP Seoul Policy Centre’s (USPC) Development Solutions Partnership (DSP) programme, a web-based seminar (webinar) was organized on 11 March 2019 with Korea’s Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission (ACRC) and delegations from Uzbekistan. The one-year anti-corruption partnership beginning this year will focus on sharing and contextualizing Korea’s Anti-Corruption Initiative Assessment (AIA) tool to enhance Uzbekistan’s own anti-corruption measures.
Based on a competitive process, three new partner countries were selected to take part in UNDP Seoul Policy Centre (USPC)’s environment-themed Development Solutions Partnership (DSP)s.
Two Korean startup companies were selected to compete against 36 other young Asia-Pacific entrepreneur teams at Youth Co: Lab Summit 2019
The meeting aimed to bring together policy makers, practitioners, and experts from different continents to discuss various aspects of the current GPEDC agenda and its future direction.
As part of the partnership, a delegation of UNDP Seoul Policy Centre and the Korean Environment Corporation (K-eco) traveled to Indonesia from the 25th to 28th in March.

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