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Events and calendar

November 2019

Synthesis report of the Beijing+25 — UNECE Regional Review Meeting in the Geneva

In the CSO Forum on review meeting on Beijing+25 were engaged  410 participants of the 282 civil society women’s and feminist organizations of the 45 countries, with their very diverse backgrounds and priorities, will help to mobilize governments and the public at large, to take more and stronger steps to achieve women’s rights and gender equality, in the UNECE region, and globally. Here is you can find synthesis report of this Forum HERE>>>

October 2019

 

Current challenges that affect the implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action and Sustainable development Goal # 5

Despite big progress all over the world in realization of the Beijing Platform for Action (BPFA) and in addressing women’s rights and gender equality there are still gaps, challenges and new risks for real, de facto gender equality and realization of women’s rights in many countries of the world.

With this statement, we call attention to three current challenges: growing religious fundamentalism, under-investment into women’s rights and gender equality agenda, and low level of women’s participation in political processes.

You can read full taxt of Statement HERE>>>

 This statement was submitted to the UN CSW on 17 October, but Forum of women’s NGOs of Kyrgyzstan is continuing mobilizing groups who support this statement till March 2020.

SUPPORT STATEMENT HERE>>>

We call organizations to widely disseminate this statement with calls for actions for advocacy in our countries and at various regional, global meetings.

September 2019

Beijing+25 Regional CSO Forum

UN Women Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific will support the “Beijing+25 Regional CSO Forum” organized by the Asia-Pacific Beijing+25 Civil Society Steering Committee.

The Civil Society Steering Committee identified the following objectives for the Beijing+25 Regional CSO Forum:

  • To create a space for celebrating the achievements and concerns about areas where regression has been observed- and on manifestations of women’s oppression, old and new;
  • To facilitate intergenerational dialogue between the feminists who were in Beijing in 1995, holding the line and drafting sections of the platform, and the new generation of feminists taking on the baton for the next phase of our movements;
  • • To strengthen the cross-movement solidarity between the diverse constituencies represented, including movements for sexual and reproductive rights, LBTI rights, indigenous rights, migrant and labour rights, sex workers etc., recognising that our struggle is interconnected, and solidarity is our weapon; and
  • To strategize together on what we want to advocate for regionally and globally during the review processes, and then nationally and locally after the commitments made at CSW64 and at the 2020 UN General Assembly.

To apply to attend the CSO Forum and/or the intergovernmental meeting, please complete the Beijing +25 CSO Nomination form and submit it to AsiaPacificBeijing25@arrow.org.my no later than Friday 6 September 2019.

More information about regional Forum CSO you can on https://asiapacific.unwomen.org/en/news-and-events/events/2019/11/beijing-25-regional-cso-forum

August 2019

Amendments to the election legislation of Kyrgyzstan: 30% of local parliaments will be women!

Women’s participation in political processes in Kyrgyzstan has been steadily declining in the last years. The low level of women in local elected bodies violated not only women’s rights, undermined democracy, but also created problems for the development of regions. As a result of the women’s movement’s struggle, success has been achieved!

On August 13, 2019, the Law of the Kyrgyz Republic «On the election of deputies of local kenesh (parliament)» was amended — «from now on, at least 30% of the total number of deputies in local parliaments should be women.» Also, deputies of local parliaments are given the right to combine their deputy mandate with the mandate of a head of a state or municipal educational and healthcare institution. This is due to the fact that the heads of the above institutions are usually women. In addition, measures have been enshrined to ensure electoral of persons with disabilities.

Over the past 15 years, there has been a steady decline in the number of women among members of the local parliament. The proportion of women in local parliaments has declined from 24 to 11 percent over the past decade. However, to date, in every fifth local parliament, not a single woman elected.

Behind this achievement, which will reduce barriers to women’s participation in political processes, is the long struggle of women activists, women’s organizations, women deputies of national and local parliaments, representatives of civil society organizations and international organizations.

Forum of women’s NGOs of Kyrgyzstan and the women’s organizations –members of the Forum network took active part in advocacy to support the law on 30% quota for women at the local level.

See full text of Law of the Kyrgyz Republic «On the election of deputies of local kenesh (parliament)» HERE>>>

 

 

June 2019

Beijing+25

2020 will be a critical year for the gender equality and women’s rights agenda, marking not only the 25th anniversary of the adoption of the Beijing Declaration and Platform of Action but also the 20th anniversary of UN Security Council resolution 1325 on women, peace and security; the 5-year milestone of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the SDGs; the 10th anniversary of the creation of UN Women – all this in the context of the 75th anniversary of the United Nations.

 We must take full advantage of these milestones to drive accelerated action and progress for women and girls.  And UN Women is committed to ensuring civil society is at the forefront of this work.

 

Intergovernmental process and outcomes

 National reviews are well under way, based on the guidance note that had been developed by UN Women in collaboration with the regional commissions last year. So far, we have approximately 100 reports submitted. These reports will inform the regional syntheses prepared by the Regional Commissions ahead of regional meetings later this year. They will also feed into a global synthesis report of the Secretary-General, prepared by UN Women, which will form the basis of deliberations at CSW 64 in March 2020. It is expected that the CSW will adopt a short, action-oriented Political Declaration.

 In addition, the General Assembly has decided to hold a High-Level Meeting on Beijing+25 during the UNGA high-level week in September 2020. Member States are currently discussing modalities for the meeting, under the leadership of the Permanent Representatives of Qatar and New Zealand.

 More information on the intergovernmental process can be found on this page.

 

Engagement of civil society and other stakeholders

 As noted above, the active engagement of civil society and other stakeholders is a critical component of our efforts for Beijing+25. The guidance note for national reviews highlighted the importance of participatory reviews, which include multiple stakeholders. Further,  all regional intergovernmental meetings will be preceded by a preparatory multi-stakeholder meeting to capture the voices of civil society. The Civil Society Division at UN Women, working in partnership with our regional offices, is providing technical and financial support for the preparatory meetings.

 The engagement of civil society and other stakeholders will be further highlighted in the Generation Equality Forum, convened by UN Women and co-chaired by France and Mexico, with the leadership and partnership of civil society. Building on the Beijing+25 national and regional reviews and CSW64, the Forum will kick-off in Mexico in May 2020  (7th-8th May, likely) and culminate in Paris on 7th-10th July 2020.

 The Forum is envisaged as a global public conversation for urgent action and accountability for gender equality.  It will celebrate the power of activism, feminist solidarity and youth leadership to achieve transformative change. At a moment when the pushback on multilateralism and women’s rights is strong, the unique democratic and multi-stakeholder approach of the Forum will be a necessary counter response. This new model for accelerating the achievement of agreed goals on women’s rights and gender equality, through its outcomes —  the setting up of Action Coalitions – results oriented hybrid partnerships among civil society, business, member states and other stakeholders (parliamentarians, mayors, trade unions etc.), is needed at a time  when many of the existing models are vulnerable to the current backlash against women’s rights in some contexts, and to the way that multilateral forums are subject to the changing political preferences of their members.

 On 27-28 June, UN Women convened France, Mexico and some members of civil society in the first planning meeting for the Generation Equality Forum. We had an excellent workshop and arrived at a common understanding of the vision, outcome, format of the Forum; its legacy; its governance structures; workstreams, timelines and next steps. More information on that can be found in the attached presentation. One of the crucial next steps is to identify the ways civil society can engage with the planning and execution of the forum. As such, we have proposed the following structures where civil society will be involved:

 

  • Core Group (decision making) - 4 members comprising 1 each from UN Women, France, Mexico and Civil Society. Civil Society to designate 1 member from the Civil Society Advisory Group (see below) who may rotate.
  • Civil Society Advisory Group to the Core Group (supporting Core Group decision making) – 10-15 civil society members representing regional (and thematic) diversity.  This structure to be established by August 2019; membership of this group will be determined by civil society through a consultative process. The advisory group will nominate one representative to the Core Group (above). We have requested NGO -CSW New York to convene all our civil society partners (including youth partners) to consult with each other and agree on the membership of this group.
  • Multi-stakeholder Steering Group (supporting design, planning and implementation) – approx. 25-30 members comprising  civil society, Member States, private sector and  other stakeholders who are contributing to the Forum and its outcomes. To be established by end-August 2019. This structure will be established by the Core Group in consultation with partners.

 In addition, UN Women will continue to update civil society, through email and also  through periodically scheduled webinars, on the status of the Forum, to ensure wide reach and participation.

 If you are interested in participating in the Civil Society Advisory Group to the Core Group, or want to discuss its membership, please reach out to the new Chair of NGO-CSW New York, Houry Geudelekian beijing25@ngocsw.org

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Training «Gender Equality at Local Level»

The Forum of Women’s NGOs of Kyrgyzstan gathers representatives of local governments, public women’s organizations, law enforcement agencies and other stakeholders to participate in the training on “Gender Equality at the local level” in the Osh region on July 1-2, 2019 in the city of Osh.

 The training has several goals. One of the goals is to increase the capacity of local authorities, public women’s organizations and other stakeholders in the field of gender equality and women’s rights within the framework of goal No. 5 of the Sustainable Development Goals. The next goal is to increase the capacity of stakeholders to develop localized indicators in the field of gender equality. And another goal is to develop a mechanism for transferring gender needs within the framework of Goal 5 of the SDGs from local authorities for further implementation in the national SDG implementation process.

 

Why is training relevant?

Currently, the reasons for insufficient implementation of policies and legislation in the field of promoting gender equality at the local level are: insufficient funding, poor coordination, poor awareness and responsibility of local authorities in the field of gender equality and the protection of women’s rights, lack of partnership with civil society organizations and other stakeholders by the parties.

In this regard, it is necessary to increase the capacity of representatives of local governments and other stakeholders in the field of gender equality with a focus on Goal 5 of the SDGs, the definition of localized indicators for Goal 5, performance indicators. Strengthening the responsibility of local keneshes for making appropriate decisions to integrate the objectives of the national strategy and the Plan for achieving gender equality in local development plans will ensure the joint involvement of local authorities, women, women’s organizations, civil society organizations in decision-making processes in gender equality, women’s rights and expansion opportunities for women at the local level.

 

Our expectations

We expect training participants to develop gender-sensitive indicators and recommendations based on and related to the National Action Plan for Gender Equality for 2018–2020, consider financing issues and accountability mechanisms based on gender assessment for local sustainable development plans. It is planned to begin discussions on the process of incorporating gender-sensitive recommendations, proposals, indicators, accountability and financing mechanisms based on gender assessment in local sustainable development plans. In addition, it is expected that the training participants will develop a mechanism for transferring gender needs within the framework of Goal 5 of the SDGs from local authorities for further implementation in the national SDG implementation process. As a result, together and in partnership we can
organize the process of implementing gender-sensitive policies and effective local adaptation, implementation, review and monitoring of the achievement of global Sustainable Development Goals until 2030 in the Kyrgyz Republic in accordance with Goal 5 of the SDGs.

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Webinar for women’s organizations and women activists in Central Asia and Eastern Europe

Forum of Women’s NGOs of Kyrgyzstan invites all the activists of the women’s movement in the countries of Central Asia and the CIS, as well as Eastern Europe, to the  webinars on the theme:

  •  »HLPF and Beijing+25«, Webinar will be 21 June at 15.00 (Bishkek time).  Webinars will be in Russian language. 
  • «UN system and women’s rights, CSW«, Webinar will be 18 June at 15.00 (Bishkek time).  Webinars will be in Russian language.

Link to the registration https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1rbDlCqr5n7rg0ivtSMGR9Mrm4Xc74ZZFkTITU1j4szw/edit#gid=0

Link to the webinar room https://live.myownconference.ru/rwfq-wzfx-rzvx-bewr 

You can share with this link through your network members.

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Webinar for women’s organizations and women activists in Central Asia and Eastern Europe

Forum of Women’s NGOs of Kyrgyzstan invites all the activists of the women’s movement in the countries of Central Asia and the CIS, as well as Eastern Europe, to the second webinar  «HLPF and Beijing+25″.

Webinar will be 1 June at 15.00 (Bishkek time).  Webinars will be in Russian language.

Link to the webinar room https://live.myownconference.ru/rwfq-wzfx-rzvx-bewr 

You can share with this link through your network members.

May 2019

Webinar for women’s organizations and women activists in Central Asia and Eastern Europe

Forum of Women’s NGOs of Kyrgyzstan invites all the activists of the women’s movement in the countries of Central Asia and the CIS, as well as Eastern Europe, to the first webinar  «UN system and women’s rights, CSW».

Webinar will be today 28 May at 15.00 (Bishkek time). series of webinars. Webinars will be in Russian language.

Link to the webinar room https://live.myownconference.ru/rwfq-wzfx-rzvx-bewr 

You can share with this link through your network members.

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Webinar for women’s organizations and women activists in Central Asia and Eastern Europe

The Forum of Women’s NGOs of Kyrgyzstan invites all the activists of the women’s movement in the countries of Central Asia and the CIS, as well as Eastern Europe, to the series of webinars. Webinars will be in Russian language.

Theme Date and time
UN system and women’s rights, CSW 28 May 2019, 15:00 (Bishkek time)
HLPF and Beijing+25 1 June 2019, 15:00 (Bishkek time)
UN system and women’s rights, CSW 18 June 2019, 15:00 (Bishkek time)
HLPF and Beijing+25 21 June 2019, 15:00 (Bishkek time)

Please register for webinars via the link https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1rbDlCqr5n7rg0ivtSMGR9Mrm4Xc74ZZFkTITU1j4szw/edit?usp=sharing

 Please, share with webinar information through your network members widely.

 You can download NGO Main Guide in Russian language here>>> in English language  here>>>

 

Team of Forum of women’s NGOs of Kyrgyzstan

April 2019

Brochure on Multistakeholders partnership on women’s rights and gender equality

Within project «Advancement of multistakeholders partnership for gender equality and women’s rights» supported by CPDE Forum WNGO developed and published of informational brochure on the «Multistakeholders partnership for the implementation of national commitments in the field of women’s rights and gender equality». The brochure is available in two languages: Russian>>> and English>>>

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Round table «Partnership at local level»

At present, Kyrgyzstan is facing challenges in the field of adaptation, implementation and monitoring of the SDGs, in particular Goal No. 5 of the global Sustainable Development Agenda 2030 “Ensuring gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls” at the national, regional and local levels between the main engines of sustainable development. Effective implementation of the SDGs for women and girls necessitates the creation and strengthening of an enabling environment for achieving gender equality.

In the course of its activities, the Forum of Women’s NGOs in Kyrgyzstan revealed that, at the moment, local plans and strategies do not include gender equality as a full-fledged component of sustainable development. The rights and needs of rural women are not sufficiently taken into account or ignored in local legislation, budgets and investment strategies at the local level.
Local governments do not practice the needs analysis in general and gender in particular. There is no sustained cooperation between local governments (LSGB) and women’s organizations on issues of achieving gender equality and women’s rights. At the same time, cooperation between different development partners is one of the key ways to solve the problem. The experience of the previous decades shows the importance of the timely creation of an accountability mechanism with the effective institutionalization of the participation of civil society and, especially, women’s organizations in all processes of sustainable development. The partnership will set a precedent for other sectors and subsequent stages of sustainable development in the country.

The Forum of Women’s NGOs in Kyrgyzstan, together with women’s organizations, continued to engage local authorities, women, women’s organizations, civil society organizations in decision-making processes in the field of gender equality, women’s rights and women’s empowerment at the local level.

Within the project “Partnership: from global to local,” which is implemented under the Partnership for Innovation — P4I program with the support of USAID, women’s organizations are initiating the creation of local territorial groups as a mechanism for promoting gender policy. The project focuses on improving the situation of rural women through increasing the participation of rural women, women’s organizations in decision-making processes in the field of gender equality at the local level in the Karasu district of Osh oblast, Nookat district of Osh oblast, Issyk-Ata district of Chui oblast and Alamedin district of Chui oblast.

The firsm meeting are planning to hold in April- round tables and trainings in 2 oblasts.

March 2019

Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific Sixth Asia-Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development Bangkok, 27–29 March 2019

 The Sixth Asia-Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development, organized by the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), was held in Bangkok from 27 to 29 March 2019.

The theme of the Sixth Asia-Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development was “Empowering people and ensuring inclusiveness and equality”. During the Forum, members of the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), intergovernmental bodies, United Nations bodies and specialized agencies, and major groups and other stakeholders engaged in a dialogue on regional perspectives on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in Asia and the Pacific.

It was attended by more than 850 participants, including representatives of Governments, intergovernmental organizations, United Nations bodies, international organizations, civil society organizations and other entities.

Here is you can find full text of review and adoption of the draft report of the Forum

https://www.unescap.org/apfsd/6/document/APFSD6_L2E.pdf

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Fifth periodic report of the Kyrgyz Republic on the implementation of the CEDAW

We offer you the fifth periodic report of the Kyrgyz Republic on the implementation of the norms of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women for the period from 2013 to 2018 for information. The fifth periodic report was developed by the Department of Gender Issues of the MTSR and approved by Decree of the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic on March 1, 2019 No. 35 and sent to the Committee by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic.

You can read full texr of report HERE>>>

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Asia Pacific Peoples’s Forum for Sustainable Development 2019

Nurgul Djanaeva, president of Forum of WNGO participated on 25 March 2019 in Bangkok at the in the workshop  was aimed to start a discussion on the theme “Civil Society Today: Contexts and Challenges: ​What is the situation of CSOs in many parts of the world today? What is the reality of shrinking space for civil society participation in the development process, including the implementation of Agenda 2030?”. In her speech, Nurgul Djanaeva highlighted the current context and challenges that CSO face now. Currently there are alarming processes of shrinking space for CSOs in the region as well at the global level. Enabling environment for CSOs is under risk and closing civic space is a reality with threats to and arrests of civil society activists.  She attracted attention to the ongoing CPDE process of data collection on the CSO enabling environment within the 3rd Round Monitoring of the GPEDC. She reminded that CSO enabling environment consists of several dimensions including legal, regulatory and political environment, space for CSOs dialogue on national development policies, development partner support for CSO enabling environment.

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CSW 63 session

The sixty-third session of the Commission on the Status of Women took place at the United Nations Headquarters in New York from 11 to 22 March 2019.

Themes

  • Priority theme: Social protection systems, access to public services and sustainable infrastructure for gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls;
  • Review theme: Women’s empowerment and the link to sustainable development (agreed conclusions of the sixtieth session);

more detail information about CSW 63 session you can get at http://www.unwomen.org/en/csw/csw63-2019?fbclid=IwAR37wdEtjZ5__RlhOKl5fjOg4AEA00ax8kjR1ANUYDUMXbbilqxFgGXcvpE 

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CPDE FG in CSW 63 session

CPDE Feminist Group constituencies took part in the 63th session work and some results of 3rd Round Monitoring on Indicator 8 were presented in side events by: Nurgul Djanaeva(Asia), Patricia Akakpoand Mama Koite (Africa), Nevine Ebied (MENA), Shanta Shresa(Asia). During the session days, CPDE FG has constituencies meeting and discussed monitoring processes, advocacy of Feminist Group.

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DEPUTY OF LOCAL KENESH

This article discusses a woman from the village of Maevka, Alamedin district, Chui oblast.

Her name is Lobarkhon Dzhuraeva. She immediately attracts attention to herself — bright, stately, high. We started the conversation with the theme of its current deputieship in Ayilnogo Kenesh, the village of Maevka, Alamedin district, Chui oblast. She decided to become a deputy herself. Lobarkhon says she always had an active citizenship. This character trait does not leave her indifferent to the problems of people who turn to her and to those who need, but cannot, for a variety of reasons, tell themselves about their problems.

Lobarkhon, many people know her as Larisa, opened a grocery store in the very center of the village several years ago. In the past, hard work remained on the Dordoi market. She sold goods that she herself brought from abroad. Having opened the store, Larisa found herself in the very epicenter of news and problems of people who started to buy products, and just go into the store to talk with her. She found out and was surprised that literally in the next street there wasn’t, and there wasn’t, never tap water. People carry water all their lives with buckets, suffer, complain to different instances, but the problem has not been solved for decades.

Read full taxt HERE>>>

 

February 2019

ACTIVIST from TOKMOK

  Khamidulina Tuskira lives in the city of Tokmok, Chui oblast. She is one of the leaders of the Tatar diaspora in Tokmok. In the city of Tokmok live representatives of many nationalities. These are Kyrgyz, Russians, Tatars, Dungans, Koreans and many others. In a situation where modern society is faced with acute political, economic and social problems, it is necessary to ensure the stable development of all peoples.

The full text of the article can be found HERE>>>

 

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2019 Annual CPDE Feminist Group Meeting

CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness (CPDE) Feminist Group had its Annual CPDE FG Meeting from 4-6 February 2019 in Paris, France. During the meeting CPDE FG constituencies discussed FG contribution to the CSO DE Effectiveness and  to the Private Sector Accountability, major advocacy activities of the group. One of the main objectives of the discussion was FG contribution to the 3 MR.

 Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation Monitoring Framework includes indicator on women and gender equality as indicator 8 as one of the 10 indicators of the Global Partnership Monitoring. INDICATOR 8 is formulated as “Countries have transparent systems to track public allocations for gender equality and women’s empowerment” and it is the same as SDG 5.c.1 indicator. This indicator is part of the set of indictors tracking international commitments to enhance country on transparency and accountability. Inclusion of indicator on women and gender equality was a result of intensive international women’s movement struggle during many years to widen  development partners’ commitments and accountability on women’s rights and gender equality.

January 2019

CPDE FG data collection of Indicator 5c1

 Feminist Group (FG) is one of the core constituencies of CPDE and has members from all regions of the world. CPDE Feminist Group participates in the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation Monitoring that uses the Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation Monitoring Framework1 and which includes indicator on women and gender equality as indicator 8 as one of the 10 indicators of the Global Partnership Monitoring.

INDICATOR 8 is formulated as “Countries have transparent systems to track public allocations for gender equality and women’s empowerment”. Inclusion of indicator on women and gender equality was a result of intensive international women’s movement struggle during many years to widen development partners’ commitments and accountability on women’s rights and gender equality It is equal to the SDG 5.c.1 ‘Countries have transparent systems to track public allocations for gender equality and women’s empowerment’ and FG CPDE is inviting Women CSOs‘ participation.

If you are interesting in participation of data collection you can may connect with Forum of women’s NGOs of Kyrgyzstan by e-mail forumofwomenngos@gmail.com.

Forum of women’s NGOs of Kyrgyzstan serves as the global coordinator of CPDE Feminist Group.

More informaiton of CPDE work you can fint at  www.csopartnership.org and about CPDE Feminist Group at www.csopartnership.org/feminist

 

April 2018

A new tool for a human rights-based approach to the SDGs

The Danish Institute for Human Rights team has just launched a new tool for a human rights-based approach to the SDGs:

The UPR-SDG Data Explorer ­– http://upr.humanrights.dk

The UPR-SDG Data Explorer is an interactive database that lets users explore more than 55,000 recommendations issued in the course of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) through the Goals and targets of the 2030 Agenda. You can use it to generate overview charts for Goals, countries, and rights-holder groups, as well as browse the individual recommendations.

The UPR-SDG Data Explorer is the outcome of an experimental data mining project we have undertaken in collaboration with the social enterprise “Specialisterne”.

You can read more about the purpose and functionality of the website on our homepage as well as on the homepage of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.

We hope that you will find this tool useful in your work

April 2017

Webinar «UN ECE RCEM- Regional CSO engagement mechanism»

What is UN ECE RCEM — as preparation to the Introduction to the proposal for a Regional CSO engagement mechanism and what Regional Civil Society Forum is on the implementation and review of SDGs in the UNECE region Program 24 April 2017 in UN Office in Geneva and highlight of the preparatory process and possible steps in future.

 We are inviting to you to take part on webinar «UN ECE RCEM- Regional CSO engagement mechanism»  on 18 April 2017 at 14.00 p.m (Bishkek time)

 Please, take a time to register to webinar online  by this link https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Yw_1red8EwvPmcJ3Egrt4_JsR8CcwyBy_8gxlM5Win8/edit

Link to the webinar  https://my.webinar.fm/go/stake115/mblno62

For any comments and questions you can connect with one of the originators of webinar- Forum of women’s NGOs of Kyrgyzstan: nurguldj@gmail.com, zkoichumanova@gmail.com