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Civil Society Summit on Substantive Issues

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CIVIL SOCIETY SUMMIT ON SUBSTANTIVE ISSUES

Held on the Occasion of the United Nations Day 2021

Theme: Shaping the Future: The UN We Need for the World We Want 

(October 25, 2021, Monday, Virtual, 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM, EDT, New York)

 

IMPETUS FOR THE SUMMIT 

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres (Our Common Agenda): “Decisions made today will define the future for younger and future generations….Humanity faces a series of long-term challenges that evolve over the course of multiple human life spans: warming and degradation of the planet, as well as managing new technologies such as artificial intelligence and gene editing, demographic shifts towards an older population, urbanization and the evolution of social welfare provision. With the fourth industrial revolution, we are in one of the most important transformational moments in recent history. The way in which people live, work, eat and interact with each other is likely to look very different in the future. Yet our dominant political and economic incentives remain weighted heavily in favour of the short term and status quo, prioritizing immediate gains at the expense of longer-term human and planetary well-being. Decisions made today will shape the course of the planet for centuries. Our understanding of “we the peoples” in the Charter of the United Nations needs to be expanded to protect the interests of all the people of the twenty-first century and to bequeath a liveable world to those who will follow.”

 Declaration of CoNGO on the Occasion of the 75th Anniversary of the United Nations: On the occasion of the 75th Anniversary {of the United Nations}, we call upon the   United Nations and Member States to enter into a dialogue with civil society to create innovative partnerships that respond to the challenges of a changing world. The spirit of Agenda 2030 requires the robust participation of the peoples of the world so that the benefits of multilateralism are felt in their daily lives. Everyone must work in concert so that the United Nations we need for the world we want prospers in a rules-based international order. We call upon Member States to recognize the vast potential of civil society as an essential element of the international system, defining the present and shaping the future. We must dismantle the hurdles to physical and political access to United Nations processes, to achieve internationally agreed development goals and social justice agendas.”

UN Declaration on the commemoration of the UN 75th anniversary (A/RES/75/1): “We will boost partnerships. Today’s challenges require cooperation not only across borders but also across the whole of society. We have to make the United Nations more inclusive and engage with all relevant stakeholders, including regional and sub-regional organizations, non-governmental organizations, civil society, the private sector, academia, and parliamentarians to ensure an effective response to our common challenges.”

 

WHY A CIVIL SOCIETY SUMMIT ON SUBSTANTIVE ISSUES?

On the occasion of United Nations Day 2021, CoNGO, the Conference of NGOs in Consultative Status with the United Nations, invites you to participate in a virtual Civil Society Summit on Substantive Issues on Monday, 25 October 2021.

The Summit on Substantive Issues will focus on 1) identifying the issues and concerns we as NGOs are addressing and must address today, and 2) examining whether our responses to these issues and concerns are adequate and relevant—both in the present context and for the future. These foci are predicated on a self-understanding of the roles of NGOs, civil society groups and social movements, and an assumed understanding of how such roles interface with the goals of the United Nations.

We are looking for your best thinking, and your organization’s best thinking, on our collective priorities.

The Summit is partly a venue to engage the report of UN Secretary General António Guterres to the UN General Assembly, Our Common Agenda, and partly an effort to determine CoNGO’s strategic direction for the period beyond 2021, as it reaches its 75th anniversary in 2023.

If we are to contribute to shaping the future, what should that future be, and how can we prepare ourselves and our communities? What agenda can we hold in common? What values must we engender and what actions must we take if we, with others, are to build the world we want? What must we understand about today if we are to contribute to building tomorrow? What actions must we take to address today’s problems in ways that respond to current needs and anticipate future expectations? Above all, how can we mobilize our various publics to address the challenges of today and tomorrow?

As for the UN, what would it take for the world organization to be fully effective, efficient and relevant for the world and the future we want? What innovations are required for multilateral action, and how can we build the trust that multilateral action requires? What must we assert as roles and offer as contributions —as NGOs, CSOs and social movements—in shaping that future we envision?

What can you do? What can CoNGO do? Above all, what can the UN do, with our help?

As a preliminary event leading to the 27th CoNGO General Assembly, this summit invites civil society representatives around the world to join CoNGO member organizations and members of its NGO Committees in shaping the strategic directions of CoNGO as it moves into its 28th term (2021-2025). A synthesis of the product of the thematic panels will be submitted for consideration by CoNGO when it meets for its 27th General Assembly.

For timely updates to this concept note, please come back to this web page.

 

BACKGROUND READINGS FOR THE SUMMIT

UN Secretary General’s Report: Our Common Agenda

Declaration on the Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of the United Nations (A/Res/75/1)

Declaration of CoNGO on the Occasion of the 75th Anniversary of the UN

A Statement of CoNGO: NGO Access to and at the United Nations in the Time of the COVID-19 Pandemic

CoNGO President’s Statement on NGO Access

Millennium Forum Declaration (2000)

 

Summit Lead Chair: Liberato Bautista (CoNGO President)

Lead Rapporteurs: Cyril Ritchie (CoNGO First Vice President), Martina Gredler (CoNGO Second Vice President) and Humphrey Tonkin (University President Emeritus, University of Hartford | Universal Esperanto Association)

 

KEYNOTE PANEL:  THE FUTURE IN THE PRESENT TENSE

9:00 AM-10:15 AM EDT

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Welcome: Liberato Bautista (CoNGO President)

Irina Bokova (Former Director General, UNESCO)

Radhika  Coomaraswamy (Under-Secretary-General and Special Representative of the Secretary General for Children in Armed Conflict)

Garry Jacobs (President and CEO, World Academy of Art and Science)

Francis Hult (Professor of Educational Linguistics, University of Maryland, Baltimore County)

 

THEMATIC PANELS

Panel 1. Human Dignity and Human Rights

10:20 AM-11:15 AM EDT

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Chair: Bobbi Nassar (Chair, NGO Committee on Human Rights-New York)

Panelists: Craig Mokhiber (Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, New York), Cecilia Jimenez-Damary (UN Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights of Internally Displaced Persons), and Anselmo Lee (Coordinator, Asia Civil Society Forum for Sustainable Development)

Rapporteurs: Scott Stearman (UN Representative, Baptist World Alliance and Cooperative Baptist Fellowship) and Bruce Knotts (Chair, NGO Committee on Peace, Disarmament and Security | UN Representative, Unitarian Universalist Association)

 

Panel 2. Agenda 2030: Sustainable Development and Humanitarian Action

11:20 AM-12:15 PM EDT

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Chair: Ingeborg Geyer (Chair, NGO Committee on Sustainable Development Vienna | Zonta International)

Panelists: Richard Amalvy (CEO, Brazzaville Foundation), Rudelmar Bueno de Faria (General Secretary, ACT Alliance), Hellen Grace Akwii-Wangusa (Former Africa Coordinator, UN Millennium Development Goals and former Anglican Observer to the UN)

Rapporteurs: Anita Thomas (Chair, NGO Committee on Financing for Development | Women First International Fund) and Ivy Koek (Vice Chair, NGO Committee on Status of Women New York | Soka Gakkai International)

 

Panel 3. Peace and Threats to Security of People and the Planet

12:20 PM-1:20 PM EDT 

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Chair: Hiro Sakurai (Director, Office for UN Affairs, Soka Gakkai International)

Panelists: PL de Silva (Seton Hall University | Director, Institute for Strategic Studies and Democracy in Malta),  Jenaina Irani (Research Director, Global Network of Women Peacebuilders), Christopher Ferguson (Former General Secretary, World Communion of Reformed Churches | International Visiting Professor, Universidad Reformada, Barranquilla Colombia), Grace Ji-sun Kim (Professor of Theology, Earlham School of Religion)

Rapporteurs: Helga Kerschbaum (NGO Committee on Peace, Vienna) and Nazlee Maghsoudi (Chair, New York NGO Committee on Drugs)

 

Panel 4. Social Justice: Migration, Racism, and Health

1:25 PM-2:20 PM EDT

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Chair: Dorothy Davis (Congressional Black Caucus Institute | CBCI)

Panelists: Saths Cooper (Pan African Psychology Union), Eni Lestari (President, International Migrants Alliance), Manjit Dosanjh (European Organization for Nuclear Research, CERN | ICEC | University of Oxford)

Rapporteurs: Robert Hejdenberg (President, Agrenska Foundation), Priska Fleischlin (International Federation of Social Workers) and Chris Hanway (Chair, NGO Committee on Migration)

 

Panel 5. Gender Justice, Youth and Intergenerational Solidarity

2:25 PM-3:20 PM EDT 

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Chair: Houry Geudelikian (Chair, NGO Committee on Status of Women New York)

Panelists: Myriam Sfeir (Arab Institute for Women | Lebanese American University),

Kehkashan Basu (UN Human Rights Champion | Regional Organizing Partner for North America for the NGO Major Group | Founder-President of Green Hope Foundation), Nafisa Ferdous (Senior Programs Manager, Restless Development)

Rapporteurs: Laurie Richardson (Chair, NGO Committee on Status of Women Vienna) and Beverly Bucur (Director Advocacy, Soroptimist International)

Panel 6. UN-NGO Relations: Enhancing Multilateralism, Ensuring Access, Protecting Civic Space and Discourse

3:25 PM-4:30 PM EDT 

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Chair: Liberato Bautista (CoNGO President)

Panelists: Mandeep Tiwana (Chief Programs Officer, CIVICUS),  Eleanor Openshaw (International Service for Human Rights), James Paul (Former Executive Director, Global Policy Forum), Gitanjali Sah (International Telecommunication Union | ITU | WSIS Process)

Rapporteurs: Holly Shaw (Chair, NGO Committee on Mental Health and the NGO Committee on Education, Learning and Literacy) and Shantu Watt (International Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse) 

Civil Society Summit: Closing Remarks by Liberato Bautista (CoNGO President)

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SUMMIT MODALITIES

  1. The Civil Society Summit on Substantive Issues is open to the public, but especially NGOs and civil society participants. Each panel is a standalone event. The thematic foci of the panels, taken together, make a cohesive whole. They address a wide range of civil society concerns. The recommendations arising from the panels will be commended to various audiences, but especially civil society at large and the UN, systemwide.
  2. A synthesis of the discussions at the thematic panels will be submitted for consideration by CoNGO when it meets for its 27th General Assembly. The summit will thus serve as a platform to hear and develop recommendations for CoNGO assembly to consider. Representatives of member organizations of CoNGO, the NGO Committees related to it have been urged to participate.
  3. Each panel will proceed in succession, each with its own zoom link that will run for exactly 55 minutes. A five-minute interval between two panels will allow participants to login to the next panel session.
  4. The summit presider will convene a meeting of all the chairs and rapporteurs to agree on the actual mode of conducting the panel sessions, including on a brief description of each panel—to help focus the panel and guide participants on which panel to join.
  5. A list of background documents is included in this concept note. They inform the planning of this Summit and thus are helpful background reference for summit participants.
  6. Members of NGOs and NGO Committees are encouraged to spread out their participation in the different panels—aiming to cross-fertilize the different panels with varied perspectives.

ECOSOC High-Level Segment

This year’s ECOSOC High-level segment (including the three-day ministerial segment of the HLPF convened under the auspices of the ECOSOC) will be convened on July 13 – 16, 2021.

To learn more about the functions of the Economic and Social Council, and to stay apprised on how to view/engage in the High-level segment when information becomes available, visit un.org/ecosoc/en/events/2021/ecosoc-high-level-segment-including-three-day-ministerial-segment-hlpf-convened-under.

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CoNGO Notes: For more information on the NGO Committee on Financing for Development, please visit ngosonffd.org. For more information on the NGO Committee on Sustainable Development-NY, please visit ngocsd-ny.org. For more information on the NGO Committee on Sustainable Development-Vienna, please visit ngocsdvienna.org.

High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF) 2021

The high-level political forum on sustainable development (HLPF) is the core United Nations platform for follow-up and review of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

The meeting of the HLPF in 2021 will be held from Tuesday, 6 July, to Thursday, 15 July 2021, under the auspices of the Economic and Social Council. This includes the three-day ministerial meeting of the forum from Tuesday, 13 July, to Thursday, 15 July 2021 as part of the high-level segment of the Council.

The theme will be “Sustainable and resilient recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic that promotes the economic, social and environmental dimensions of sustainable development: building an inclusive and effective path for the achievement of the 2030 Agenda in the context of the decade of action and delivery for sustainable development”.

When information on registration and participation becomes available, it will be available here: https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/hlpf/2021#registration

The HLPF in 2021 will discuss Sustainable Development Goals 1 on no poverty, 2 on zero hunger, 3 on good health and well-being, 8 on decent work and economic growth, 10 on reduced inequalities, 12 on responsible consumption and production, 13 on climate action, 16 on peace, justice and strong institutions, and 17 on partnerships in depth. The Forum will also consider the integrated, indivisible and interlinked nature of the Sustainable Development Goals.

In the 2021 HLPF, participants will be able to explore various aspects of the response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the various measures and types of international cooperation that can control the pandemic and its impacts and put the world back on track to achieve the SDGs by 2030, within the decade of action and delivery for sustainable development.

Countries will also carry out voluntary national reviews (VNRs) of their implementation of the 2030 Agenda in the 2021 HLPF. For more details, please click here.

The HLPF will adopt a Ministerial Declaration as the outcome of its session. The President of ECOSOC will also prepare a summary to capture the key messages of the discussions. For more details, please click here.

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CoNGO Notes: For more information on the NGO Committee on Sustainable Development-NY, please visit ngocsd-ny.org. For more information on the NGO  Committee on Sustainable Development-Vienna, please visit ngocsdvienna.org. For more information on the NGO Committee on Financing for Development, please visit ngosonffd.org

21st session of the Intergovernmental Working Group on the Right to Development

Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights invites you to

The twenty-first session of the Intergovernmental Working Group on the Right to Development 17 – 21 May 2021, 11:00-13:00 and 15:00-17:00 Geneva time zone, a fully virtual meeting

At this session, the Intergovernmental Working Group on the Right to Development will continue to review progress made in the implementation of the right to development. It will hold an interactive dialogue with the Chair of the Expert Mechanism on the Right to Development and the Special Rapporteur on the right to development and consider contributions made by States and stakeholders to the implementation of the right to development. The Working Group will also commence the elaboration of a draft legally binding instrument on the right to development.

All participants are required to register using the registration form: https://indico.un.org/event/33569/

The registration will remain open until 17:00 Geneva time, Friday, 21 May 2021. A link to join the virtual meeting will be sent to those who registered through the system, together with information on how to join the meeting platform and how to register for the list of speakers. Please note that the link is unique to each registered participant and cannot be shared. The link will be sent few hours before the start of the session. Delegations are reminded to submit copies of their statements prior to delivery to r2d@ohchr.org. NGOs in consultative status with ECOSOC can participate as observers.

Background

The Working Group was established in 1998 with a mandate to: (a) monitor and review progress in the promotion and implementation of the right to development; (b) review reports and other information submitted by States, United Nations agencies, other relevant international and non-governmental organizations; and (c) present a sessional report to the Human Rights Council on its deliberations.

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CoNGO Notes: For more information on the NGO Committee on Sustainable Development-NY, please visit ngocsd-ny.org. For more information on the NGO Committee on Sustainable Development-Vienna, please visit ngocsdvienna.org. For more information on the NGO Committee on Human Rights, please email the co-chairs at bknotts@uua.org or bobbinassar@gmail.com. For more information on the NGO Committee on Financing for Development, please visit ngosonffd.org

2021 ECOSOC Development Cooperation Forum

DCF HIGH-LEVEL MEETING (6-7 MAY 2021)

Preliminary programme (forthcoming) will be available here as it becomes available: https://www.un.org/development/desa/financing/what-we-do/ECOSOC/development-cooperation-forum/2020-DCF

About the DCF:

WHY —The 2021 Development Cooperation Forum (DCF) will advance international development cooperation that reduces risk, enables recovery and builds resilience in the COVID-19 period and beyond.

WHEN — The 2021 DCF will be the DCF’s 7th biennial high-level meeting since its creation by world leaders in 2005.

HOW — The DCF is the principal global platform for policy dialogue on development cooperation. Discussions are reality-based, action-oriented and results-focused.

WHO — Convened by the President of ECOSOC, the Forum is open to all Member States and engages all stakeholders, including civil society, private sector, Parliamentarians, local authorities, international and regional organizations and development banks.

Background:

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CoNGO Notes: For more information on the NGO Committee on Financing for Development, please visit ngosonffd.org. For more information on the NGO Committee on Sustainable Development-Vienna, please visit  ngocsdvienna.org. For more information on the NGO Committee on Social Development, please visit ngosocdev.org.

Applying for ECOSOC Consultative Status

DESA NGO Branch will be conducting a Webinar on “Applying for ECOSOC Consultative Status” for NGOs on 5 May 2021, 11am – 12:30pm (NYT).

Register here! The meeting will provide answers to the following questions:

• What is Consultative Status, which organizations are eligible and what are its benefits?

• How the entire application process works since the application is submitted to the NGO Branch until ECOSOC makes its decision?

• What are the main components of the application package?

After the presentation, the floor will be open to answer questions from participants. Such questions may be raised either by chat or by requesting the floor using the Raise my Hand option. For more information, visit http://csonet.org/index.php?page=view&nr=409&type=230&menu=14.

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CoNGO Notes: For more information on the NGO Committee on ngocsdvienna.org. For more information on the NGO Committee on Sustainable Development-NY, please visit ngocsd-ny.org. For more information on the NGO Committee on Human Rights, please email the co-chairs at bknotts@uua.org or bobbinassar@gmail.com. 

Partnerships as Game Changer for a Sustainable Recovery from COVID-19

Dear Colleagues,

The 2021 Partnership Forum of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) will be held virtually on Monday, 3 May 2021, from 9:00 am to 11:00 am (EST).

Under the theme of “Partnerships as Game Changer for a Sustainable Recovery from COVID-19”, the Forum will examine the critical role of multi-stakeholder partnerships in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) following the outbreak of the COVID-19 global pandemic.

For more information, please kindly refer to the event home page: https://sdgs.un.org/events/ecosoc-partnership-forum-2021

FYI, the 2021 ECOSOC Partnership Forum is scheduled to be webcast via webtv.un.org.

Registration for the Partnerships as Game Changer for a Sustainable Recovery from COVID-19 can be found at this link: https://sdgs.un.org/events/stakeholder-engagement-and-partnerships-during-and-beyond-covid-19-32662

We look forward to your active participation!

UN DESA

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CoNGO Notes: For more information on the NGO Committee on Sustainable Development-NY, please visit ngocsd-ny.org. For more information on the NGO Committee on Sustainable Development-Vienna, please visit ngocsdvienna.org. For more information on the NGO Committee on Financing for Development, please visit ngosonffd.org

20th Session of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues

Provisional agenda of the twentieth session of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues:

1. Election of officers

2. Adoption of the agenda and organization of work

3. Discussion on the theme “Peace, justice and strong institutions: the role of indigenous peoples in implementing Sustainable Development Goal 16”

4. Discussion on the six mandated areas of the Permanent Forum (economic and social development, culture, environment, education, health and human rights), with reference to the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

5. Dialogues:

(a) Dialogue with indigenous peoples;

(b) Dialogue with Member States;

(c) Dialogue with the United Nations agencies, funds and programmes;

(d) Human rights dialogue with the Special Rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples and the Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples;

(e) Regional dialogues;

(f) Thematic dialogues;

6. Follow-up to the outcome document of the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

7. Future work of the Permanent Forum, including issues considered by the Economic and Social Council and emerging issues, specifically challenges related to pandemics and responses to them.

8. Provisional agenda of the twenty-first session of the Permanent Forum

9. Adoption of the report of the Permanent Forum on its twentieth session

CoNGO NOTES: For information about the work of CoNGO and its NGO Committee on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, visit its Facebook account here. 

What’s Next on Financing for Development (FfD)? Reflections and Mapping a Way Forward

As the Financing for Development Forum comes to a close this week, the FfD process cannot afford to be locked into agreed calendar dates when the world is faced with an unprecedented and unpredictable crisis. There remains a concerning mismatch between the scale of challenges facing us and the inability of the current FfD process modalities to generate the necessary political consensus for the ambitious decisions that are urgently required.

In the context of the current multi-layered global crisis, agreeing on the next FfD conference would be crucial to work towards consensus on a global economic system that could foster systemic reforms while promoting human rights, gender equality, social equity and environmental justice. However, with the decision on where and when to hold the next conference being postponed to next year, it is imperative to explore new modalities to further advance the FfD Follow-up process. This side event will catalyse much-needed reflections on the informal and formal FfD discussions that have unfolded so far and map a way forward.

Moderator: Representative from Civil Society FfD Group

Speakers (tbc):

  • President of ECOSOC
  • Permanent Representative of Jamaica to the UN
  • Permanent Representative of Canada to the UN
  • Permanent Representative of Netherlands to the UN
  • Permanent Representative of Fiji to the UN

Register here!

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CoNGO Notes: For more information on the NGO Committee on Financing for Development, please visit ngosonffd.org. For more information on the NGO Committee on Sustainable Development-NY, please visit ngocsd-ny.org. For more information on the NGO Committee on Sustainable Development-Vienna, please visit ngocsdvienna.org.

Virtual Townhall Meeting of Civil Society & UN Secretary-General António Guterres

Virtual Townhall Meeting of Civil Society and United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres

Dear ECOSOC accredited organizations with representatives approved for CSW65,

We welcome you to join the United Nations Secretary-General’s annual Virtual Townhall Meeting with civil society on the occasion of the sixty-fifth session of the Commission on the Status of Women. Moderated by UN Women Executive Director, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, the meeting will provide an opportunity for women’s and youth civil society organizations to engage with the Secretary-General on the session’s priority theme: women’s full and effective participation and decision-making in public life, as well as the elimination of violence, for achieving gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls.

The virtual townhall will also build upon discussions from the Secretary-General’s virtual meeting with women’s civil society in light of the COVID-19 crisis, addressing ways to build back better and continue protecting and promoting women’s rights and agency within this new context.

The event will take place on Webex and will be webcast on UN Web TV, as well as on social media – Twitter, YouTube, Facebook. The session will take place in English only, however translation into other UN languages will be available on the broadcast.

The townhall is open to CSW65 approved representatives of ECOSOC-accredited NGOs. Due to platform limitations, attendance will be limited to two (2) CSW65 approved representatives per organization to allow for equal participation opportunities for registered organizations.

Please register up to a maximum of two CSW65 approved representatives of your organization for the Webex meeting using the following link: https://forms.gle/XZ7taXz3YndBqgGX9

Please note that registration does not guarantee access to the Webex meeting. Registered participants who receive the meeting-specific link will be admitted to the Webex platform until maximum capacity is reached.

All other representatives of your organization are welcome to view the live webcast at http://webtv.un.org/ and via social media – Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube (links to be shared).

Kind regards,
UN Women

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CoNGO Notes: For more information on the NGO Committee on the Status of Women-NY, please visit ngocsw.org. For more information on the NGO Committee on the Status of Women Vienna, please visit ngocswvienna.org. For more information on the NGO Committee on the Status of Women-Geneva, please visit ngocsw-geneva.ch

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