- Category: What we do
- Published on Friday, 17 February 2012 12:39
CIVICUS has participated in and co-organised a number of meetings and workshops, as well as collaborated and produced reports on the road to Rio. Reports and engagements are listed below:
CIVICUS and Post-2015
CIVICUS response to the Civil Society Consultation Questionnaire for the High- Level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post- 2015 Development Agenda
United Nations Development Group background document: The World We Want: A Conversation with People on the Post- 2015 Development Agenda
Concept note: Development for All: Stop conflict, build states and eradicate poverty International Conference on the Post- 2015 Development Agenda Dili, Timor- Leste
CIVICUS and Rio+20
NGO Major Group expresses disappointment with Rioplus20 Outcome Document - statement from CIVICUS' JefferyHuffines
CIVICUS Multistakeholder Engagement in the Institutiinal Framework for Sustainable Development and Compedium of Commitments. Concept note
"Enabling Youth Participation in Bridging Rio+20 Outcomes Beyond 2015." Rio+20 Side Event Press Statement
CIVICUS UN Representative, Jeffery Huffines, delivers Major Group Statement on Rio+20 at UN General Assembly
CIVICUS UN Representative, Jeffery Huffines, represents the NGO Major Group at a Major Groups Press Conference in New York. Webcast
Participation in Rio+20 informal-informal negotiations in New York
CIVICUS participation at the Stockholm Forum
Participated in the "Civil Society Meeting with Sustainable Energy for All' in New York
CIVICUS co-organised the “Major Group Expert Meeting on the Rio+20 Zero Draft and the Compendium of Commitments” in New York
CIVICUS co-organised the “CSO Dialogue on Rio +20, Sustainable Development Goals and post 2015 with the UN Millennium Campaign in New York
CIVICUS participated in the SEED Symposium on the Green Economy organised by the SEED Initiative in Pretoria
CIVICUS sponsored a side event during the informal negotiations on the Zero draft, called “The Role of Civil Society and Major Groups in a Future International Framework for Sustainable Development”
CIVICUS co-hosted a side event with Stakeholder Forum called “Global Transition 2012 Dialogue 2”
CIVICUS co-hosted and facilitated a panel discussion on “Civil Society Participation in the Sustainable Development Debate: Making Rio+20 Count for Rural Women”
CIVICUS participated in the Thematic World Social Forum on Rio +20 in Porto Alegre.
CIVICUS participated in the IBON International capacity building workshop for civil society titled “Global Civil Society Workshop on the Rio+20 Zero Draft and Rights for Sustainability”.
CIVICUS co-organised a workshop with AVINA, Construyendo Puentes, CAN Latin America, and Latin American Climate Platform at COP17 called “Latin America on the Road to Rio: Opportunities and Challenges”.
CIVICUS co-organised a side event at the 2nd UNCSD Intersessional meeting in New York, along with UN NGLS, UNEP, Stakeholder Forum, Vitae Civilis, Social Watch, and Citizens Network for Sustainable Development, entitled “Civil Society Engagement in Sustainable Development Governance”. The Summary is available here.
CIVICUS submission to Rio+20 outcome document entitled “CIVICUS Civil Society Engagement Recommendations for Rio+20”.
CIVICUS participated in the initial discussions on the zero draft document in New York.
CIVICUS participated in the “International Seminar on Methodology of the Thematic Social Forum: Capitalist Crisis, Social and Environmental Justice Towards People’s Summit of Rio+20” The meeting was organized by the Brazilian Civil Society Facilitating Committee gathering a number of international civil society networks in Porto Alegre.
CIVICUS participated in the UN DPI NGO Conference in Bonn. Read the final declaration.
CIVICUS World Assembly:
“Voices and Perspectives on Rio+20 and Green Growth”
Report of the IBON International, ABONG, and the People’s Coalition on Food Sovereignty workshop called the “Civil Society Workshop on Alternative and People’s Struggles in Defense of the Commons”.
Report of the UN Secretary General’s High Level Panel on Global Sustainability, “Resilient People, Resilient Planet: A Future Worth Choosing”.