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UN Secretary General appeals for the release of hostages in Iraq
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Wednesday, 29 September 2004
UN Secretary General appeals for the release of hostages in Iraq
Secretary-General reiterates call for ‘immediate, unconditional’ release of all civilians held hostage in Iraq The Secretary-General is extremely concerned about the fate of all civilians held hostage in Iraq and reiterates his call for their immediate and unconditional release. The abductions of two French journalists and two Italian humani...
 
New DPI/NGO Interactive web site opens MDG Conference to activists worldwide
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Tuesday, 07 September 2004
New DPI/NGO Interactive web site opens MDG Conference to activists worldwide
In an effort to make events relating to civil society at United Nations Headquarters more accessible to a broader public, the NGO Section of the United Nations...
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57th Annual DPI/NGO Conference, “Millennium Development Goals: Civil Society Takes Action&rdqu
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Tuesday, 07 September 2004
57th Annual DPI/NGO Conference, “Millennium Development Goals: Civil Society Takes Action&rdqu
Civil society activists from around the world are preparing to mobilize broader public support for a major United Nations initiative, the Millennium Developmen...
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Devastating floods hit Bangladesh. Looking for help from NGOs
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Wednesday, 01 September 2004
Devastating floods hit Bangladesh. Looking for help from NGOs
The worst floods in South Asia since 1988 have submerged over half of Bangladesh’s districts and claimed over 280 lives. Around four million people have ...
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Vietnam proposed sanctions defeated at ECOSOC
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Sunday, 25 July 2004
Vietnam proposed sanctions defeated at ECOSOC
New York 23 July, after a 2-year process, the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) voted on a recommendation to sanction the Transnational Radical Party. Th...
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Intercultural Youth Work and Theatre Seminar in Berlin
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Thursday, 17 June 2004
Intercultural Youth Work and Theatre Seminar in Berlin
An Intercultural Youth Work and Theatre Seminar "RELIC" will take place near to Berlin from July, 06th-15th, 2004. The Seminar sponsored by the the European Co...
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Enhancing Business-Community Relations
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Monday, 07 June 2004
Enhancing Business-Community Relations
The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme and the New Academy of Business have been engaged in a collaborative project since mid-2001 to explore trends in ...
 
Trade union body demands safe and healthy work for all
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Thursday, 29 April 2004
Trade union body demands safe and healthy work for all
Brussels, 28th April 2004: Today, trade unionists around the world are participating in events based on the primary global issue of safe and healthy work for a...
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Volunteering to Build a Healthy World
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Thursday, 29 April 2004
Volunteering to Build a Healthy World
Volunteers play a key role in promoting public health and providing health care, including prevention of epidemics such as HIV/AIDS and malaria. From participa...
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