21 April 2015, Laamu Fonadhoo – The Laamu Climate Change Forum (LCCF) ended today in Laamu Fonadhoo. This Forum was an important platform for the communities of Laamu Atoll to engage in constructive dialogue on local issues that are impacted by climate change. Held under the theme ‘Climate Resilience and …
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United Nations in Maldives is looking for a qualified video production firm to develop a documentary on the 50th anniversary of Maldives’ membership at United Nations. Applications deadline: 28 May 2015 For more information on the consultancy, please refer to the RFP document below.
The Maldives will be reviewed under the 2nd cycle of the Universal Periodic Review today (6 May 2015) in Geneva.
The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) is a unique process which involves a review of the human rights records of all UN Member States. It is a State-driven process, under the auspices of the Human Rights Council, which provides the opportunity for each State to declare what actions they have taken to improve the human rights situations in their countries and to fulfill their human rights obligations.
UN Women launched a new report titled “Progress of the World’s Women 2015-2016: Transforming Economies, Realizing Rights”. This report unveils a far-reaching alternative policy agenda to transform economies and make gender equality a reality.
Here's a peek at the second day of the Laamu Climate Change Forum now happening at L. Fonadhoo. The photos show Laamu Atoll Council and UNFPA presenting their proposals to strengthen the data management system of Laamu Atoll.
The Laamu Climate Change Forum is a key milestone of the UN Maldives’ Low Emission Climate Resilient Development (LECReD) Programme; aimed at mainstreaming low emission and climate resilient development into local level development planning and service delivery for greater community-level ownership and sustainability of programme benefits.
The programme will support local councils, civil society, private sector and other local stakeholders to establish platforms for stronger partnerships, improved coordination, and enhanced participation in local planning for LECReD with strengthened data and knowledge systems.