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64th Annual DPI/NGO Conference: ┐Sustainable Societies; Responsive Citizens┐
03 - 05 September, 2011
Online registration will close on 16 August 2011.



The 64th Annual United Nations Department of Public Information (DPI) / Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) Conference will held in Bonn, Germany, from Saturday 3 to Monday 5 September 2011. The title of the Conference i...

2011 World Water Week
21 - 27 August, 2011
The theme for the 2011 conference is ┐Responding to Global Changes - Water in an Urbanising World."

International Youth Day
12 August, 2011
Each year, International Youth Day (IYD) is assigned a theme; a conceptual slogan that communicates the scope, direction, and objectives of the year┐s youth initiatives and also provides a unifying banner under which individuals can draw inspiration to take action. This year┐s International Youth Da...

International Day of the World's Indigenous People
09 August, 2011
In cooperation with the United Nations Department of Public Information/DPI and the NGO Committee on the International Decade of the World┐s Indigenous Peoples, the Secretariat of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (SPFII) is organizing the celebration of the International day of the World┐s I...

Closing of the Substantive Session
29 July, 2011

General segment
22 - 28 July, 2011

Humanitarian affairs segment
19 - 21 July, 2011

High-Level Dialogue on the Institutional Framework for Sustainable Development
19 - 21 July, 2011
A high level dialogue on the Institutional Framework for Sustainable Development is being organized by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia and the Rio+20 Secretariat. The outcome of this dialogue, which will be held in Solo, Indonesia, during 19-21 July, 2011, will contribute to preparations...

Operational activities segment
14 - 18 July, 2011

UN/INTOSAI 21st Interregional Symposium
13 - 15 July, 2011
The theme of the Symposium reflects a growing recognition of the need to deepen the participatory processes in public administration matters. Given their responsibilities for independence, professionalism and reliability, SAIs are uniquely positioned to serve the public to promote effective public g...


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