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25 Feb 2011
A joint workshop on the "Challenges and Responses to Poverty Reduction in China's New Development Stage 2011-2020" was co-organized by the International Poverty Reduction Centre in China (IPRCC) and UNDP in Beijing on 25 February 2011.
21 Feb 2011
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in China announced today that the UN’s development arm is partnering with Jala Group, a leading domestic cosmetic company, in a landmark public-private partnership aimed at assisting some of China’s most vulnerable and impoverished ethnic minority communities by testing out alternative livelihood pilots and harnessing the market potential of their rich and diverse cultural heritages.
21 Feb 2011
On 21 February, UNDP China announced that it is joining forces with leading domestic cosmetic company Jala Group, in a landmark partnership aimed at assisting some of China's most vulnerable and impoverished ethnic minority communities.
16 Feb 2011
Global Commission on HIV and the Law Reviews Legal Barriers Obstructing Progress on AIDS in Asia-Pacific
Thirty years after the first cases of HIV were diagnosed, 90 percent of countries in the Asia-Pacific region still have laws and practices that obstruct the rights of people living with HIV and those at higher risk of HIV exposure. As part of a global drive to remove barriers to progress in the AIDS response, policymakers and community advocates will join experts from the Global Commission on HIV and the Law in Bangkok on 17 February for the first in a series of regional dialogues to be held across the world.
16 Dec 2010
The fifth anniversary celebration of the International Poverty Reduction Center in China (IPRCC) was held in Beijing on 16 December. More than 110 people attended the event, including representatives from relevant ministries, international organizations, embassies, academic research institutions, social organizations and the business community.
04 Dec 2010
Bonn, Germany: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme today announced the winners of the "Online Volunteering Award 2010", honouring the "outstanding‟ contributions of volunteers who work entirely over the Internet to contribute to peace and development and the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
01 Dec 2010
‘Addressing Climate Change – China in Action’ UNDP China and NDRC joint side event COP16 Cancun 1 December, 2010
Thank you all for joining us at this COP 16 side event on Addressing Climate Change in China. We have just heard China's Chief Climate Change Negotiator, Mr. Su Wei, outline the efforts and achievements made by his government to combat climate change. Now I would like to say a few words on the subject, based on UNDP's 30 years experience working with and in China. While China is responding to the climate change challenge on numerous fronts, several areas stand out in our view as particularly noteworthy. Firstly, China has successfully mainstreamed climate change into its development agenda, and is actively attempting to forge a new development model that is both low carbon and sustainable in other respects as well. This is well reflected, for instance, in China's institutional architecture for addressing climate change. Secondly, and as an offshoot of this, China has set rigorous targets for energy efficiency and energy conservation, which have direct impact on carbon emissions. And thirdly, China has made significant investments in the renewable energy field. In each of these areas UNDP has worked closely with China over the years.
28 Nov 2010
Over three hundred guests gathered at the Beijing Caochangdi International Art Village today to celebrate the launch of a groundbreaking art exhibition, “Absolute Distance”. “Absolute Distance explores the relationship between people and HIV/AIDS: the feelings, coping mechanisms and internal dialogue when confronted with this disease,” explained Ms. Zhang Bing, the exhibition curator. Coinciding with the twenty-third World AIDS Day celebration, “Absolute Distance” was designed to decrease the discrimination towards People Living with HIV (PLHIV) by showcasing the artwork created during the “Charity: from Noun to Verb” project.
16 Nov 2010
Beijing transfers the 2008 Beijing Olympics Volunteer Legacy to the 2011 Kazakhstan Asian Winter Games
The 7th Winter Asian Games will start next 30th January and Kazakhstan is warming up to host this special event with the help of about 3,500 volunteers. With the rich legacy of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games Volunteer work, China has precious experiences to share on volunteer management and promotion of volunteerism through large-scale events. After passing the baton to the 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games Volunteers, Beijing did not miss this new chance to transfer its unique legacy to other cities. Under the UNV and UNDP supported "Strengthening Volunteerism for development through the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games" project (in short, Olympic Volunteer Project), Prof. Zhang Xiaohong, Associate Professor at China Agricultural University and researcher at Beijing Volunteer Federation, and Fiammetta Mancini, UN Volunteer Partnerships Coordinator for the Olympic Volunteer Project, strengthened cooperation with Kazakhstan on a 3-day mission to Astana, where they participated as speakers to a Volunteer Training Camp, met with university student volunteers and were interviewed by Astana TV.
11 Nov 2010
UNDP will be strengthening its cooperation with China to boost poverty reduction efforts on the African continent. Coming to a close on 2 November, the Africa-China Poverty Reduction and Development Conference has led to the signature of two letters of agreement which will bolster the African focus of theInternational Poverty Reduction Center in China (IPRCC) and promote technical cooperation in the area of agriculture.
11 Nov 2010
Crowd gathered at the National Convention Center today to celebrate the launch of China’s first bilingual comic book on the subject of low carbon. The Green Life Comic Book was designed by Our Part initiative, a joint environmental awareness campaign of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in China and its National Goodwill Ambassador, renowned actress Ms. Zhou Xun.
10 Nov 2010
As part of the "Our Part" initiative established in 2008 by UNDP China and Zhou Xun, National Goodwill Ambassador, the Green Life Comic Book was designed to promote environmental citizenship and awareness. As China's first bilingual cartoon book on the subject of low carbon, the book enlists the support of China's youth to combat and prevent future environmental harm using pictures and comics.
10 Nov 2010
The International Finance Forum (IFF) is an independent, international organization, founded with support from Chinese government and financial institutions, in October 2003 in Beijing. In China, the work of the IFF is committed towards establishing regular dialogue and communications at highest level, while conducting research on global financial matters. In addition, as a forward-thinking organisation, the IFF seeks to provide a platform for enhanced dialogue among some of the world’s elite, to consult and discuss emerging problems facing the financial sector and to generate solutions for reinvigorated financial policy and restructuring through global cooperation and development.
07 Nov 2010
The International CEO Roundtable of Chinese and Foreign Multinational Corporations is an international, large-scale and high-level conference approved by Ministry of Commerce, P.R.C. and supported by UN Secretary-General Mr. Ban Ki-Moon.
03 Nov 2010
Mr. Ban Ki-moon, UN Secretary-General, traveled for ten days on an Asian tour, visiting Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, concluding the trip in China. On Sunday, the Secretary-General visited and spoke at the Shanghai Expo, which he said had helped Shanghai secure its reputation as one of the world's most cosmopolitan cities. He also spoke to students at Nanjing University after receiving an honorary doctorate degree for his contribution to international cooperation and world peace.
02 Nov 2010
United Nations Secretary General’s wife Mrs. Ban Soon-Taek visits Beijing Hong Dan Dan Center to promote volunteerism
Mrs. Ban Soon-Taek, the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon’s wife, was welcomed at the Hong Dan Dan Education and Cultural Exchange Center today. This center is dedicated to edu-culture training for disabilities. With the philosophy of “Teach a Man to Fish,” Hong Dan Dan has improved employment for disabilities by creating jobs, encouraging participating in social life, focusing on providing technology training and creating opportunities for them to join the mainstream society.
02 Nov 2010
African Countries, Emerging Economies Explore Breakthrough Poverty Reduction and Development Strategies
Sharing experiences in achieving economic growth and poverty reduction in China, Vietnam, and across Africa can be the basis for more effective, evidence-based, developmental policies
30 Oct 2010
The United Nations Secretary-General has started a 5-day official visit to China by visiting the UN Pavilion at the World Expo in Shanghai
Ban Ki-Moon came to Shanghai from Hanoi, Vietnam, where he attended the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Summit. During his stay in China, Mr. Ban will meet with President Hu Jingtao and other Chinese leaders.
27 Oct 2010
The Africa-China Poverty Reduction and Development Conference will be held from 1-2 November 2010 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. This event is organized by UNDP and the International Poverty Reduction Centre in China and will be co-hosted by the Government of Ethiopia. The conference will bring together participants from across the Continent, from China, and from around the world with a diversity of backgrounds, including decision-makers from the public and private sectors, leading academics, and leaders from international organizations.