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SDS Int'l Group assigned as an IYGU Regional Action Center (RAC) for Iran/Near East

According to Signing Memorandum of Understanding for setting up SDS Int'l Group as an IYGU Regional Action Center in 5 Feb 2016, SDS Int'l Group assigned as IYGU Regional Action Center for Iran/Near East .The IYGU is scheduled for 2016 and is preceded by a period of preparation (2015) and followed by a year of harvest/ evaluation (2017).
UN Global Compact: What to Expect in 2016

What to Expect in 2016: A renewed focus on our signatories. The world's Largest corporate sustainability initiative. A call to companies to align strategies and operations with universal principles on human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption, and take actions that advance societal goals.
RADAR (Sustainability Magazine) – Issue10: Spring 2016

All of us have the capacity to be compassionate and passionate, inspired and inspiring, and talented and creative. After all, these are just some of the qualities behind what it means to ‘be human’. Yet we are operating within an economic construct composed of organizations in which people spend perhaps a third of their lives seemingly unable to fully express this humanity.
On World Intellectual Property Day, UN agency spotlights role of digital creativity

The way in which creative works are produced, distributed and enjoyed around the world has been reimagined as a consequence of digital technology, the head of the United Nations World Intellectual Property organization (WIPO) said today.
High-level UN forum on development cooperation paves way for ‘leaving no one behind’

Following a day of fruitful discussions in workshops and informal meetings, the United Nations Development Cooperation Forum (DCF) High-level Symposium officially opened today in Brussels, Belgium, with senior UN officials urging delegations to ensure such cooperation is ‘a better fit’ for implementing the 2030 Agenda, including for vulnerable countries.
UN calls for political will to overcome inequality hindering sustainable development for all

Inequality is a universal challenge faced by least developed, middle-income and developed countries alike, but which can be overcome by political will at national and international levels, the United Nations deputy chief said today.
Ban welcomes joint China-US pledge to sign Paris climate accord in April

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has commended the joint presidential statement on climate change by China and the United States announcing that both countries will sign the Paris Agreement at a special ceremony at UN Headquarters on 22 April, the first day the accord is open for signature.
UN official explains why new global development agenda is good news for women

From economic exclusion to violence targeting women and girls, the head of the United Nations entity tasked with promoting gender equality believes such challenges make it all the more critical to push ahead with the new global development agenda, which contains many targets specifically recognizing women's equality and empowerment.
Cooperation Agreement is signed between NIHIK and SDS Int'l Group

Boasting a population of eighty million, a healthy demographic make-up, low debt and vast potential of revenue - Iran is one of the most lucrative emerging markets in recent decades. However Iran’s industrial and scientific infrastructure needs access to Western technology and capital if it is to maintain its momentum
At opening of Youth Forum, UN launches new initiative to tackle employment crisis

As more than eight hundred young leaders gather in New York for the annual United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) Youth Forum, UN officials today launched a new initiative to tackle youth unemployment, making it clear that success in fighting poverty and inequality will largely depend on them being a driving force.

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