SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY FORUM Organised by the Deputy Prime Minister’s Office Government of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, 7 November 2013 Video message by Ms. Sezin Sinanoglu, UNDP Resident Representative
Nov 7, 2013
Mongolia has achieved significant economic growth. We can see improvements in the lives and livelihoods of many people around the country. Child and maternal mortality rates and school enrolment, for example, have shown great progress. Roads, homes and schools are being built and the country is much more prosperous than before.
UINTED NATIONS DAY : Speech by Ms. Sezin Sinanoglu, UN Resident Coordinator
Oct 24, 2013
On behalf of the whole UN Country Team – most of whom are out of the country on mission – I sincerely thank you for joining us to celebrate the 68th anniversary of the United Nations. The United Nations Day is an opportunity for us to reflect on this unique organization that brings together 191 member states and to celebrate our achievements and contributions to peace and development around the world.
Ms. Sezin Sinanoglu, UNDP Resident Representative: Speech at DEVELOPMENT DIALOGUE ON “PROMOTING EQUALITY AND INCLUSIVE GROWTH IN MONGOLIA” Government House, Ulaanbaatar
Oct 22, 2013
UNDP launched the Development Dialogue series last November in partnership with the Ministry of Economic Development and support from the British Embassy, to support informed policy discussions among key stakeholders on issues of significance for the development of Mongolia.
National Forum on “Reportion on implementation of International Human Rights Treaties
Jul 2, 2013
Today’s forum seminar is the exciting opportunity to help national stakeholders take stock of where we are on the recommendations raised at the first UPR cycle review. I would like to congratulate the National Human Rights Commission, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Justice for undertaking such a thorough process (large consultation?) which is consistent with the spirit and intent of the UPR process outlined by the Human Rights Council. It also highlights the value of having a national human rights institution, such as the NHRCM, to work with both government and civil society to assess progress made in a rational, evidence based manner.
- DEVELOPMENT DIALOGUE ON “UTILISING MINING REVENUE FOR MONGOLIA’S DEVELOPMENT” Jan 28, 2013
- DEVELOPMENT DIALOGUE ON “POVERTY IN MONGOLIA: LOOKING BEYOND THE NUMBERS” Dec 18, 2012
- United Nations Day Oct 24, 2012
- Internaitonal Conference on “Mining and Human Rights in Mongolia Oct 10, 2012
World Press Freedom Day: Round table discussions: “Access to Information and Fundamental Freedoms. This is Your Right!”
Free, diverse and independent media are an essential pillar of functioning democracies and have the power to transform societies. Access to information is critical to inform the political decision making process and ensure transparency. Open societies help empower individuals to take control of their destinies and to transform their lives. And they foster economic growth as investors are orienting their capital towards environments where media freedom is respected and information is easily available and accessible.