Global Thematic Consultation on Conflict, Violence and Disaster and the post – 2015 Agenda  

This area of the World We Want 2015 website is dedicated to the Global Thematic Consultation on Conflict, Violence and Disaster and the post – 2015 Agenda and is co-convened by UNDP, UNICEF, the UN Peacebuilding Support Office (UNPBSO) and the UN International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR) in partnership with the Government of Finland.

Civil society, private sector, bilateral and multi-lateral organizations, policy makers, government officials, donors, UN entities and all other stakeholders are invited to discuss and develop strategic options for integrating peace and security goals in the successor development framework for the MDGs.

The Consultation provides a platform to articulate views on how best to bring peace and security to the center stage for the future, the question to be answered being “how can we make conflict, violence and disaster integral to the post-2015 development goals?”

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Consultations are planned for Indonesia (28-30 November, 2012); Panama (January, 2013); and Finland (February, 2013). A consultation has already been held in Liberia.

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From behalf of the Association of University Women from Romania we are concerned about the last events between Israel and Gaza Strip , we have in mind the terrified eyes of women , children in their arms telling how afraid are about the sounds of hooters , we remember the tears on the face of the boy telling his brother had been killed Why????
It is awful for any mother to assist in the XXIst century at such scenes!
A protest has to be forwarded to all politicians all around the world to stop to solve the disputes by force and violence.
We are against such treatment, against hate , revenge, we ask for peace for safe conditions to grow up our children and assist their future.

November 24, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterClementina Timus
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