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G20 Summit Side Event: International Lessons Learned in Increasing Financial Inclusion of Non-Profit Organizations

#C20 18 - 29. Mai 2019 - 9:42

International Lessons Learned in Increasing Financial Inclusion of Non-Profit Organizations

June 27, 2019, 12:30-2:30pm
Temple University, Japan Campus, Osaka Center

The undersigned organizations representing the Global Non-profit Organization (NPO) Coalition on the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), along with the C20 Japan Steering Committee and our host, the Temple University, Japan Campus, in collaboration with the World Bank are honored to invite you to participate in a conversation among high-level experts entitled, International Lessons Learned in Increasing Financial Inclusion of Non-Profit Organizations. This event, convened on the margins of the Osaka G20 Summit, will build on the growing recognition that bringing together technical experts, government agencies, multinational bodies, banks, and NPOs can, indeed, contribute to meaningful progress to mitigate the financial exclusion of NPOs.

The agenda for the event is as follows:

Date: Thursday, June 27, 2019
Place: Temple University, Japan Campus, Osaka Center
Address: Osaka Ekimae Bldg. 3, 21st Floor, 1-1-3-2100 Umeda, Kita-ku, Osaka 530-0001
Detailed Map:

12:30 pm: Registration and Lunch
1:00 – 2:30 pm: Program
-Introduction to the problem of Bank De-risking
-Presentation of evidence-based stakeholder approaches to addressing de-risking
-Conversation among high-level representatives with diverse perspectives on options to apply these lessons through global mechanisms
-Conclusions and follow up steps

The objectives for this event are to:

  • Raise awareness on the problem of bank de-risking and the negative impact it is having on the ability of NPOs to operate and contribute to G20 objectives such as sustainable development and humanitarian relief;
  • Showcase examples of successful multi-stakeholder efforts at the national level to address bank de-risking drivers such as poor implementation of risk-based approaches to counter the financing of terrorism and ineffective sanctions regimes; and
  • Explore options for the G20 to build on initiatives supported by the FATF, the World Bank, and others to implement responses that are informed by these national experiences.
Osaka High Level Event Invitation
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WMG Webinar: Next Steps on the Gender Action Plan Under the UNFCCC

Women - 29. Mai 2019 - 3:14
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WMG Webinar for the Next Steps on the Gender Action Plan Under the UNFCCC

Date: 29th May 2019

Time: 9 am EST

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Risk-informed development: from crisis to resilience

ODI - 29. Mai 2019 - 0:00
How development can become a vehicle to reduce complex risk, avoid creating risks and build resilience.
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Monitoring and learning for country-level portfolio decision-making and adaptation

ODI - 29. Mai 2019 - 0:00
This briefing aims to guide measurement and management of country-level portfolios of work, drawing on reviews of practice from DFID and USAID.
Kategorien: english

Artificial intelligence summit focuses on fighting hunger, climate crisis and transition to ‘smart sustainable cities’

UN #SDG News - 28. Mai 2019 - 22:02
Artificial intelligence, or AI, is at the forefront of fighting hunger, mitigating the climate crisis and facilitating “the transition to smart sustainable cities", said the chief of the UN agency which specializes in information and communication technologies, Houlin Zhao, kicking off the third AI for Good Global Summit in Geneva.
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End fossil fuel subsidies, and stop using taxpayers’ money to destroy the world: Guterres

UN #SDG News - 28. Mai 2019 - 16:33
“We need to tax pollution, not people”, and “end subsidies for fossil fuels,” Secretary-General António Guterres told the World Summit of the R20 Coalition on Tuesday, a UN-supported environmental organization, founded by former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
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Indonesia VNR 2019 Shadow Report: FKM-BKA YWU Monitoring and Review of the SDG and Development Justice

Women - 28. Mai 2019 - 11:39
Indonesia VNR 2019 Shadow Report: FKM-BKA, YWU Monitoring and Review of the SDG and Development Justice

While Indonesia has achieved some noteworthy development strides in recent years, many barriers to the achievement of the SDGs still remain, particularly in relation to ending poverty (Goal 1) and meeting the development needs of women (Goal 5) and persons with disabilities (Goal 8).

Read the VNR 2019 Shadow Report on Women2030 Monitoring and Review of the SDG and Development Justice in Indonesia, written by Forum Komunikasi Masyarakat Berkebutuhan Khusus Aceh (FKM-BKA)YWU).

Download the shadow report here.

Download, also, the Indonesia people’s Development Justice Report here.

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Anything is possible

D+C - 28. Mai 2019 - 10:50
Vocational schools are an important aspect of education and training in Burundi

Pupils and their parents value our vocational schools. The pupils generally approach their training with great enthusiasm, and the day that diplomas are awarded is a big event for the entire family. The girls dress particularly elegantly, and the boys show up wearing suits. After the diplomas and grades are awarded, everybody cheers. Pupils receive heartfelt congratulations and gifts from their friends and families.

Several pupils from our children’s home have successfully completed vocational school. They can now take the state examination, and if they pass, they can go on to a university or a technical college. There are success stories that prove that regardless of their background, children are capable of achieving a great deal.

One example is Severin Ntahompagaze, who completed our pharmaceutical technical assistant course and passed the state examination. This year he graduated from the medical institute with a degree in pharmacology. He immediately got a job in a pharmacy. He is very satisfied, but nevertheless would also like to pursue a master’s degree. He achieved all this in spite of the fact that his childhood was anything but carefree. Both of his parents were killed in the civil war, and he was raised by various relatives until he arrived in our home and attended our school. (vs)

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