UNDP welcomes the Caribbean-Canada Emerging Leaders Dialogue along with CCELD President, HRH Princess AnneNov 24, 2015Eleven participants of the Caribbean Canada Emerging Leaders dialogue (CCELD) kicked off their study tour to Barbados with a visit to the United Nations House, followed by a tour of the River of Life Farm with Her Royal Highness, Princess Anne.
Step it Up Film Festival Launched to End Violence against Women and GirlsNov 20, 2015In order to encourage the general public to Step it Up to End Violence against Women and Girls, UN offices in the region - UN Women, UNFPA, UNIC, UNICEF and UNDP - are partnering with Population Services International-Caribbean (PSI-C), and the YWCA to host a multi-country film festival to showcase films that address the issues of all levels of violence against women and children in our society, and would propel us to move from Policy to Action.
SIDS Climate Change Negotiators' Guidance Manual & Technical Background Paper LaunchedNov 13, 2015The primary purpose of the manual, developed with the support of the Government of Australia, is to equip the negotiators from vulnerable countries to the impacts of climate change with the information and tools necessary to adequately represent their constituencies at the ongoing international negotiations under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
Diplomats Visit Food for Life Project in BarbudaNov 6, 2015The Honourable Lutz Gorgens - German Ambassador to the Caribbean; the Honourable Jan Henderson - New Zealand High Commissioner and Australian High Commissioner, the Honourable Ross Tysoe visited the project in celebration of the country’s 34th independence anniversary.
The Secretary-General's Remarks at the Launch of the Book "Moving Away From the Death Penalty"Nov 5, 2015THE SECRETARY-GENERAL -- REMARKS AT LAUNCH OF THE BOOK “MOVING AWAY FROM THE DEATH PENALTY” New York, 5 November 2015 [As delivered]
Caribbean Energy Efficiency Lighting Project Makes Strides in Barbados and the OECSNov 2, 2015The Caribbean Energy Efficiency Lighting Project makes strides as they host training for regional partners and complete LED retrofits
The Secretary-General's Message on United Nations DayOct 24, 2015UN Secretary General's Message on United Nations Day
UN Turns Historic Parliament Building Blue to Celebrate 70th AnniversaryOct 23, 2015More than 150 iconic monuments, buildings, museums, bridges and other landmarks in more than 45 countries around the world, including the Parliament Building in Barbados, will be lit up blue – the official color of the United Nations, as part of a global campaign to commemorate UN Day and the 70th anniversary of the United Nations.
Six Saint Lucian Youth Groups Awarded Grants Totalling US $12, 000Oct 19, 2015After completing a process which in entirety took three months, the SocialINNOV4Change project ended on October 16 with six groups being awarded US $2,000 each.
UNDP Celebrates International Day for Disaster ReductionOct 13, 2015UNDP Barbados and the OECS celebrate International Day for Disaster Reduction with residents of Martins Bay, St. John in Barbados who share on the importance of local knowledge during disasters.
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- Today marks the International Day to End Violence Against Women, organized under the umbrella of the United Nations Secretary-General’s global campaign UNiTE to End Violence against Women. It will also start the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, a civil society-originated initiative, culminating on 10 December, Human Rights Day. 3 hours ago
- Having made revisions to their lamps, the finalists of the Caribbean Energy Efficiency Lighting Competition headed over to St. Kitts and Nevis for Global Entrepreneurship Week where they presented to the entrepreneurship class at the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College, manned booths at the Business Expo and were guest participants in the Pitching Competition. Here are the photos... 17 hours ago
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