Coffee hours are dynamic and engaging webinars that bring you together with leading speakers to engage on key issues of the day. Free-of-charge, they expose you to a wide range of issues in a refreshing format. They offer incisive and on-point analysis for UN staff and partners.

We encourage you to grab your favourite beverage and device, and take advantage of opportunities to engage with our wide range of experts and faculty.

When registering, please make sure to enter in the field marked “Comments/Questions” the questions that you would like the speakers to address. This will help us tailor these webinars specifically to your needs!

Analyse integrée pour la Paix Durable
Chaque jour, l'ONU est appelée à prendre des décisions dont l'impact affectera la vie de millions de personnes qui sont les bénéficiaires directs du travail collectif des fonctionnaires internationaux. L'analyse à l'ONU est souvent menée pour des publics et objectifs divers et dans le but ultime de prendre des décisions suivant le principe “ne pas nuire” ainsi que celui de garantir un impact majeur pour ses bénéficiaires. Dans ce webinaire on discutera avec des experts du secteur des outils nécessaires pour rédiger des analyses intégrées convaincantes, tenant compte de l’aspect politique comme principe primordial pour toutes les interventions des Nations Unies.

Panélistes:

M.me Ngozi Amu, Chef d'équipe - Pôle Sénégambie et Recherche/Analyse Bureau des Nations Unies pour l'Afrique de l'Ouest et le Sahel (UNOWAS)
Mr. Ben Majekodunmi, Agent principal des droits de l'homme, Haut Commissariat de Droits de l’Homme
21th September, 15h00 pm CET

Human mobility, climate change and conflict: identifying sustainable responses
This panel will address the links between migration, displacement climate change and conflicts with the view of highlighting and calling for sustainable responses to address the needs of migrants, refugees and local communities.
27th September, 15h00 pm CET

Food insecurity, climate change and conflict sensitivity: identifying sustainable pathways for peacebuilding
Through a dialogue between FAO, WFP and local civil society organizations, this panel will address the links between food insecurity, conflicts and climate change, highlighting best practices for mitigating climate risks and supporting peacebuilding activities.
28th September, 15h00 pm CET

Integrating gender perspectives into climate and conflict sensitive projects
This event will “take stock” of advancements in programming at the gender, climate, security nexus. Through an interactive discussion with practitioners, during this coffee hour participants will have an opportunity learn from experts who have integrated gender into climate security programming in contexts where climate-related security risks are unfolding in different ways.
4th October, 15h00 pm CET