UNMAS INFORMATION EXCHANGE IN OCTOBER/NOVEMBER

Thanks to the generous contribution of Germany, we are pleased to invite you to a series of regional consultations on “Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in the Mine Action Sector: Racial Equity in the Workplace”.

Following the NDM-UN Plenary VI and related survey, these consultations will provide space to exchange views, share best practices and promote next steps to encourage a more equitable, diverse and inclusive work environment in the sector. Key recommendations will be incorporated in the draft MA AoR strategy 2022-2024.

If you wish to take the floor during the event or are interested in learning more, please contact Rossana at rossana.scita@un.org cc unmasgeneva@un.org.

Date and timing:

Online – 1.30 hrs

  • Consultation in Spanish: 27 October 2021 – 5pm Geneva time SIGN UP HERE
  • Consultation in French: 2 November 2021 – 11am Geneva time SIGN UP HERE
  • Consultation in Arabic: 4 November 2021 – 11am Geneva time SIGN UP HERE
  • Consultation in English: 4 November 2021 – 3pm Geneva time SIGN UP HERE
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