Youth in Mongolia launched the new Sustainable Development Goals Sep 26, 2015With the theme “New Goals. New power. New technology,” the second annual Social Good Summit Mongolia was held on September 26, 2015 at IT Park in Ulaanbaatar. Interactive sessions, speakers and presentations by and for young people explored how youth in Mongolia can contribute to the achievement of the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) using innovation, technology and new media. More than 150 young women and men discussed and engaged with three main topics: Health; Environment; and Education and Opportunities.
International Youth Day 2015 Mongolia:Photo and Video ContestSep 24, 2015Celebrating the International Youth Day 2015 (12 August) and Youth Month in Mongolia, UN Volunteers (UNV) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Mongolia, in cooperation with UN Youth Advisory Panel (UNYAP), carried out an online photo and video contest called “Youth4Mongolia.” The contest, which lasted between 29 July and 25 August 2015, asked the Mongolian youth with two questions: “How are you contributing to Mongolia’s development? What can young people do for better Mongolia?”
Supporting action on climate change: Pole to Paris in Mongolia Sep 6, 20152015 is a pivotal year for global action to address the pressing climate change. The responsibility to act lies on all of us as Mr. Price concluded: “Our choices over the next decade will determine what world awaits us for the next century and beyond. We are already late to this race, and it is now all of our responsibilities to ensure we now run as fast as we can to the finish line.”
Award given for the best environmental journalism of 2015Jun 15, 2015In view of the World Environment Day, the 2015 competition on the best environmental media products was organized by “Green World” Environmental Journalism Club of the Press Institute of Mongolia in cooperation with UNDP Mongolia. UNDP supported the competition through its two projects implemented jointly with the Ministry of Environment, Green Development and Tourism: “Ecosystem Based Adaptation Approach to Maintaining Water Security in Critical Water Catchments in Mongolia” and “Mongolia’s Network of Managed Resources Protected Areas”.
Discussing volunteerism at the national levelJun 15, 2015Today, the United Nations Volunteers (UNV), Network of Mongolia Volunteer Organizations (NMVO) and Mongolian Red Cross Society (MRCS), Mongolian Youth Federation (MYF) jointly organized a National Consultation Workshop on Volunteerism in the UN House, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. The Workshop brought together participants from the government, civil society, volunteering organizations and private sector partners.
Mongolian LGBT People Face Social Stigma and Violence Despite Policy Changes: Comprehensive UN-USAID Country ReportOct 22, 2014Mongolia’s first report assessing the challenges for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) communities reveals they still face discrimination despite significant government policy changes that protect their rights. There is still societal homophobia and transphobia and LGBT people encounter social stigma and even violence in various settings such as families, employment, health care and public areas.
International Think Tank for LLDC to commence its activitiesVITY Jan 15, 2014Minister for Foreign Affairs of Mongolia L.Bold and UNDP Permanent Representative to Mongolia Sezin Sinanoglu signed a project document for commencing activity of the International Think Tank for Landlocked Developing Countries to be carried out by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia in association with UN Development Program.
A new collaboration starts between Asian Disaster Preparedness Center, UNDP and National Emergency Management Agency in Mongolia Oct 7, 2013Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC) and National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Government of Mongolia, and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for long-term collaboration in order to enhancing capacity for Disaster Risk Reduction mainstreaming in Mongolia.
Representatives of Local Hurals discussed on how to effectively improve capacity of Local Self-overning Bodies Sep 19, 2013Representatives of Local Hurals held a discussion on how to effectively implement the project “Capacity Strengthening of Local Self-Governing Bodies”. The main goal of the project is to strengthen capacity of the local hurals to carry out their representative and oversight roles. The project will run until 2016.
New project signed aims to enhance the capacity of National Development Policy and PlanningMar 1, 2013A new project titled “Strengthening the Government Capacity of National Development Policy and Planning” is being signed at an official ceremony by Mr. N. Batbayar, Minister of Economic Development and Ms. Sezin Sinanoglu, UNDP Resident Representative in Mongolia.
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