Law Enforcement : Accountable Judiciary, Is It Possible?Jul 12, 2016Money justice is not justice. Justice obtained through money game is not justice. The statement was made by Christophe Bahuet Director of United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Indonesia, following repeated bribery in our judicial body.
Entrepreneur and publisher Ronald Liem appointed as SDGs MoverJun 24, 2016UNDP is proud to announce its newest SDGs Mover, magazine publisher and entrepreneur Mr Ronald Liem. Mr Liem is UNDP’s third SDGs Mover, joining actor Reza Rahadian and jazz singer Eva Celia Lesmana to promote the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
UNDP Indonesia and University of Indonesia Hold Joint-Discussion on Justice ReformsJun 10, 2016Jakarta, 9 June 2016 – United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Indonesia and the Post-Graduate Programme at University of Indonesia’s (UI) Faculty of Law held a joint discussion on justice reforms at the university’s Salemba campus.
8 facts about Indonesia’s oceanJun 8, 2016At UNDP Indonesia, we care about the ocean. With millions of Indonesian’s relying on the ocean for food, livelihood and pleasure, we want to celebrate one of Indonesia’s most important resource. Here are eight facts about Indonesia’s oceans this World Ocean Day.
UNDP CLIMATE DIALOGUE: Putting the Paris Agreement into ActionJun 8, 2016Six months after the pivotal Paris Agreement, Indonesian ministry officials on the United Nations Development Programme’s Climate Dialogue agree: more action is needed.
Protecting children: Improved treatment of child offendersMay 25, 2016All children have the right to protection, particularly child victims, offenders and witnesses experiencing the juvenile justice system.
Open Government: Promoting Responsive Institutions and Active CitizensApr 13, 2016On Monday 11 April, UNDP Country Office in Indonesia hosted a Roundtable discussion on Open Government (OG). Officials from the Office of the President, Ministries, Government agencies, civil society organizations and academic institutions. The Roundtable was part of UNDP Indonesia’s policy dialogue series.
INDONESIAN FEMALE POLITICIANS TAKE CUES FROM NORWAYNov 11, 2015“Women can’t work at night but as a politician it’s quiet impossible,“ said Mrs.Hana Ruby Cervenka, First Secretary of the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Indonesia in her remarks to a mostly Indonesian female politicians..
Pole to Paris cycles with key ministers, Indonesian public to raise climate change awarenessJun 7, 2015Jakarta, June 7 – British scientist and climate change campaigner Daniel Price on Sunday cycled with Indonesia’s Chief Economic Minister Sofyan Djalil and Environment and Forestry Minister Siti Nurbaya, along with more than 500 other cyclists, to mark World Environment Day in the Indonesian capital.
Valuing nature: World Environment Day highlights key agenda for Indonesia and the globeJun 5, 2015Jakarta, 5 June 2015 - Today is Word Environment Day, and this year’s theme “Seven Billion Dreams. One Planet. Consume with Care” highlights the threats facing the world’s inhabitants and environment. Indonesia, with its population of almost 250 million, represents 3.5 percent of the seven billion people living on this planet, and that number is increasing every year. The country’s economy has expanded at an average annual rate of five percent in the past decade, giving rise to a middle class of more than 70 million, or three times the population of Australia.
- #SDG6: Clean Water and Sanitation - 06 days to Rio 2016 (português abaixo) "Once I saw in the newspaper a story that spoke that the dirtiest community of Rio de Janeiro was mine. It was when I dropped everything and went to work with recycling. There was a time when I took food from trash to home and my brother ate without knowing. We had to feed us. Faced all kinds of difficulty carrying a lot of weight, people criticized me, the drug dealers wanted my land. I still continued and gather all: cans, PET bottles, plastic bags, cooking oil ... I would be sad if I die now because I have a lot to do yet, but I'm not afraid to continue my work. History is made by those who move on. I think a person changes the other, who changes the other, who changes the other - is a flow. If I can change a person, I can also change the world." – Leandro Abrantes, 33 years old ---- #ODS6: Água Potável e Saneamento - Contagem regressiva para Rio 06 dias! "Uma vez, vi no jornal uma matéria que falava que a comunidade mais suja do Rio de Janeiro era a minha. Foi quando larguei tudo e fui trabalhar com reciclagem. Teve uma época em que eu levava comida do lixo para casa e meu irmão comia sem nem saber. Precisávamos nos alimentar. Enfrentei todo o tipo de dificuldade: carregava muito peso, as pessoas me criticavam, o tráfico queria o meu terreno. Mesmo assim continuei e recolho de tudo: latas, garrafas PET, sacolas de plástico, óleo de cozinha... Eu ficaria triste se morresse agora porque tenho muita coisa para fazer ainda, mas não tenho medo de continuar o meu trabalho. A história é feita por aqueles que seguem em frente. Penso que uma pessoa muda a outra, que muda a outra, que muda a outra – é uma corrente. Se eu consigo mudar uma pessoa, posso também mudar o mundo." – Leandro Abrantes, 33 anos #humansofrio #humansofmyworld #rio2016 #reciclagem #cantagalo PNUD Brasil UNDP in Latin America and the Caribbean United Nations Development Programme - UNDP ONU Brasil SDG Action Campaign 5 hours ago
- #SDG5: Gender Equality - 06 days to Rio 2016 (português abaixo) "The dance brought to the community an opportunity of cultural dialogue. It became very clear to us that social change can happen inside and outside the slum. Community dancers did not have the same opportunities as dancers that lives in the asphalt: neither to teach, attend classes, nor even to attend the presentations. So we created the 'Favela in Dança', to enhance our territory! We want the slum being seen as a stage for art and entertainment. It is a little ant work that grows every day. To join, you don´t need to be teacher or student: just need to be curious and have the desire to change, dance, make a difference." – Ingrid David De Carvalho, 28 years old ---- #ODS5: Igualdade de Gênero - Contagem regressiva para Rio 06 dias! "A dança trouxe para a comunidade uma oportunidade de diálogo cultural. Ficou muito claro para a gente que transformações sociais podem acontecer dentro e fora da favela. Os dançarinos da comunidade não tinham as mesmas oportunidades que os do asfalto: nem de dar aulas, frequentá-las, ou mesmo de assistir a espetáculos. Por isso, criamos o ‘Favela in Dança’, para valorizar nosso território! Queremos que a favela seja vista como palco de arte e entretenimento. É um trabalho de formiguinha que cresce a cada dia. Para fazer parte, não precisa ser professor ou aluno: basta ser curioso e ter vontade de mudar, dançar, fazer a diferença." – Ingrid David, 28 anos #humansofrio #humansofmyworld #rio2016 #favelaemdança Favela em Dança. PNUD Brasil United Nations Development Programme - UNDP UNDP in Latin America and the Caribbean UNOSDP ONU Brasil SDG Action Campaign Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo - PNUD 7 hours ago
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