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Faiths 4 Climate Justice

17 October - 18 October
worldwide/virtual
Free

Two weeks before global climate negotiations, people of diverse religions will rise to send a message: destroying the planet is against our religions. Learn more and register here! On Sunday, Oct. 17: At temples, mosques, and churches around the globe, we’ll call for climate justice and care for the vulnerable by ringing our bells, singing,
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CEDAW 80th Session

18 October - 12 November
Free

CEDAW 80th session: 18 October to 12 November 2021 - State party reviews of Maldives (20-21 October); Sweden (22 October); Egypt (26 October); Yemen (27 Oct.); Indonesia (28-29 Oct. a.m.); Ecuador (28-29 Oct. p.m.); Indonesia (28-29 Oct. a.m.) Kyrgyzstan (3 Nov. a.m.); Russian Federation (2-3 Nov.); South Sudan (4 Nov.); South Africa (5 Nov.).    Ratification of the Convention
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08:00

Remembering Past Massacres: Honoring the Legacy & Resilience of the Victims

18 October @ 08:00 - 09:30 WAT
worldwide/virtual
Free

Dear ecumenical friends, The WCC/CCIA (Commission of the Churches on International Affairs) series of regional webinars focussing on REMEMBERING PAST MASSACRES: HONORING THE LEGACY AND RESILIENCE OF THE VICTIMS will take us this time to the Pacific. We hope you'll join us! Please share in your networks. Date: Monday 18 October 2021 Time: 9:00 – 10:30 AM CEST (i.e. 8AM
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13:30

Future Directions for Gender-sensitive Ammunition Management Processes

18 October @ 13:30 - 14:30 EDT
worldwide/virtual
Free

As the UN General Assembly receives the Final Report of the Group of Governmental Experts (GGE) on problems arising from the accumulation of conventional ammunition stockpiles in surplus, Member States will consider developing a more comprehensive approach to conventional ammunition management processes, one that addresses not only safety but security. One aspect that the GGE
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