Public lecture by UNDP Indonesia Country Director Christophe Bahuet on Access to Justice and Global Development Goals at University of Syiah Kuala, Banda AcehDec 1, 2015Let me first thank the University Syiah Kuala and its Dean for inviting me to speak today and be part of a panel with very distinguished members.
Introductory Remark; Indonesia Wind Energy Forum 2015Nov 23, 2015Indonesia Wind Energy Forum” was initiated together with wind power developers and turbine manufacturers in order to promote and accelerate the wind industry market development in Indonesia.
[Speech] Tropical Landscapes Summit: A Global Investment OpportunityApr 27, 2015Ms. Gina Casar, UN Under-Secretary General and UNDP Associate Administrator Speech at the Inaugural Session of “Tropical Landscapes Summit: A Global Investment Opportunity” 27 April 2015 Jakarta, Indonesia
Speech of UNDP Country Director On the Launching of IDI 2011 Report 11 December 2013Dec 11, 2013It is my honour and distinct pleasure to welcome you this morning to the launch of the 2011 Indonesia Democracy Index as well as the release of the preliminary analysis of the 2012 Index.
National Launching of Household Recovery Survey and Disaster Recovery IndexNov 27, 2013It is an honor and a pleasure for me to join you this morning and deliver these opening remarks at the launching of the national household recovery survey and the world’s first Disaster Recovery Index.
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