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Observance of International Mountain Day, December 11 2007

December 11-th is observed by international community as International Mountain Day. This initiative was supported by the resolution 553/24 of 10 November 1998, of the UN General Assembly and celebrated each year since 2003.

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16 Days of Activism against Gender Violence starts in Kyrgyzstan

The focus of UN and ODIHR contribution to this year’s campaign is highlighting the vital role of law enforcement bodies in ending impunity for violence against women.

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The speech of Neal Walker, on the occasion of the launch of the 16 Days of Activism Gender Violence

The speech of Mr. Neal Walker, UN Resident Coordinator in the Kyrgyz Republic on the occasion of the launch of the 16 Days of Activism Gender Violence At the press conference "The Role and Competence of the Law Enforcement Bodies In Elimination of Gender Violence", 26 November 2007.

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Speech from Neal Walker

Welcome Uchkunbek Tashbaev (Representative of the President Administration, Department of Economic and Social Policy), Baktybek Jekshenov (Deputy Minister of Labor and Social Development), Mira Djangaracheva (expert on Environment and sustainable Development Problem).

Welcome Ladies and Gentlemen!

Today we celebrate the United Nations Day, October 24, along with people of all countries around the world. At the 62nd session of the UN General Assembly several weeks ago, the Foreign minister of the Kyrgyz Republic, Mr. Ednan Karabaev, described the organization and its role.

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UN Working Group

Although Kyrgyzstan in not a “ONE UN Pilot” country, United Nations Coordination Team (UNCT) has achieved substantial progress in the area of Joint UN collaboration both operationally and substantially.

UNCT has recently established three UN Working Groups and four UN Theme Groups in order to address gaps in national policies.

In the broadest terms, the main objective of the UN Working Groups and UN Theme Groups is to manage, implement and maximize impact of the UN operations in the country. The Groups are directly subordinated to the UN Agency Heads and work according to the work plans and (usually) small budget, and report back to the UNCT. The meetings of the Theme Groups are convened as required, but not less then once in a quarter.

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Department of Safety and Security (DSS) 1565
Operations Management Team 1729
United Nations Civil Society Advisory Board 1674
UN Communication Group – Kyrgyzstan 1538