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Wed, January 9, 2013 at 01.31 pm
Contribution de JOSEPH TSHIBALABALA à une discussion en ligne sur les inégalités et les minorités
1. Quelles sont les formes les plus importantes des inégalités rencontrées par les minorités? - Y compris une discussion où et à qui ces défis surviennent, leur gravité, les éléments de preuve à leur sujet, etc
- discrimination sociale ;
- intolérance politique ;
- mauvaise répartition du revenu national ;
- non-respect de l’être humain ;
- violation des droits et libertés.
2. Quels sont les principaux facteurs structurels à l'origine de ces inégalités, au sein et entre les différentes sociétés?
- mauvaise gouvernance ;
- ignorance.
3. Quelles sortes de politiques, de stratégies ou d'interventions ont été couronnées de succès dans la lutte contre les inégalités vécues par les différentes minorités? Et dans quelles conditions / dans quelles situations ont des politiques particulières, les stratégies ou les interventions ont le plus grand, des effets durables? (Les contributeurs peuvent souhaiter donner des exemples ou les références à ces «succès»).
- mise en place du cadre juridique ;
- respect du cadre juridique ;
- vulgarisation du cadre juridique.

4.Basée sur l'expérience, quelles sont les recommandations les plus importantes qui pourraient être proposées dans le post-2015 Programme de développement pour avoir un impact durable et transformateur sur les différentes formes d'inégalités rencontrées par les groupes minoritaires?
- soutien aux acteurs impliqués dans la vulgarisation des instruments juridiques internationaux ;
- appui aux actions visant la lutte contre les inégalités vécues par les groupes minoritaires ;
5.Quelles actions et initiatives pourraient être prises par les différentes parties prenantes, notamment la société civile, d'apporter des améliorations durables de ces inégalités? Et comment prévoir celles qui font face à des inégalités elles-mêmes être activé pour participer à la phase de mise en œuvre du nouveau cadre de développement?
- lutte contre les inégalités vécues par les différentes minorités (plaidoyer, mobilisation sociale et communication pour le changement de comportement) ;
- rencontres avec les autorités compétentes ;
- renforcement des capacités des OSC à la base ;
- publication des matériels de sensibilisation adaptés aux personnes moins instruites ou qui captent facilement le message donné à travers des images ;
- organisation des sessions de sensibilisation civique à la base au moyen des matériels de sensibilisation publiés en langues locales.
Anonymous from
Wed, December 19, 2012 at 04.09 pm
good evening for all is the ongoing slogen these days...but to define education properly is much more important than to spread it.....if we don't know the meaning of education,then it is useless to try to spread it to all....the most acceptable defination of education,today,is "education means the ability to adjust in any kind of environment".....if we agree with this defination then there is no need of schools, need to go to school as according to this defination, those children can be considered as educated who are living in slums,doing child labour and are smilingly accepting their condition and are adjusting according to in my views, it is necessary to understand the proper meaning of education before attempting to spread it to all....thanks sir....
Thu, December 6, 2012 at 05.05 pm
I am delighted on this issue, i am interested please update me on how to participate. BEYOND2015 GOOD!
Anonymous from
Fri, November 23, 2012 at 04.16 am
Hi, Pakistan is one of the countries where national consultations will take place. The process has already been started with prelimanary presentations on the process made to the key Govt. departments. Yesterday, we also made a brief presentation to the National Parliamentary committee on MDGs and have requested for time for a more detailed presentation. The consultations with civil society and other stakeholders are expected to start next week. Regards.
Anonymous from
Mon, October 29, 2012 at 07.05 pm
We hope to see more formidable responses from the 2012 initiatives
Anonymous from
Thu, October 18, 2012 at 10.32 pm
I find the name very interesting"the world we want 2015".I have been among young advocates for the MDGS FROM SENEGAL;i'm interested in participating.
KenyaSue Smart from
Sun, October 14, 2012 at 05.29 pm
Resources for empowerment training is needed Eye wonder how many Grass roots organisation get allocations to deliver peer mentoring in their own communties of Interest : Rewards such as this UN Women Call for Proposals under the Civil Society Grant Facility - 31 October 2012 and Innovation Prize for Africa Call for Applications - 31 October 2012
KenyaSue Smart from
Sun, October 14, 2012 at 10.14 am
This is all Eye have to say : The way forward:
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KenyaSue Smart from
Sun, October 14, 2012 at 10.16 am
Interested in adapting the model of the "Green Belt Movement" Pan african model of advocacy , self help and ..collective responsibility.
Taking Root The Vision of Wangari Maathai

Taking Root tells the dramatic story of Kenyan Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Wangari Maathai whose simple act of planting trees grew into a nationwide movement ...
Anonymous from
Thu, October 4, 2012 at 06.46 pm
Add sender to Contacts
Dear colleagues,

As the co-convenors of the global thematic consultation on Addressing Inequalities in the Post-2015 Development Agenda, UN Women and UNICEF are very pleased to invite you to join this global conversation. The aim of the consultation is to review progress on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in terms of major inequalities and to discuss the options for ensuring that these inequalities are effectively addressed in a new development framework after 2015.

How can I participate?

This is your invitation to join the global consultation:

Please click the link and follow the instructions to register. This website, co-owned by the UN System and Civil Society, is hosting a series of online, moderated discussions on major, globally-prevalent forms of inequality related to gender, disability, indigenous and minority group status, sexual orientation, etc. New discussions will be launched on the site every two weeks, led by expert moderators from the UN system and Civil Society.

This is a public, open-access discussion forum and contributions are welcomed from all those with a stake in the next development agenda. This is an opportunity to influence that agenda, and you are encouraged to share the voices of the people or communities you represent, particularly those who are not able to access the consultations online. You can read more about the consultation here:

The first discussion kicks off today, on the theme of Gender Equality, co-moderated by UN Women, and we welcome your participation here:

We hope that you will join in the discussions taking place on the Inequalities site over the coming months, and will encourage your networks and constituencies to also participate.

Very best regards,

Saraswathi Menon; Director of Policy Division; UN Women
Richard Morgan; Senior Advisor, Post-2015 Development Agenda; UNICEF

Co-Convenors of the Post-2015 Global Thematic Consultation on Addressing Inequalities
Contact: inequalities@worldwewant2015.or
Anonymous from
Wed, October 3, 2012 at 12.48 pm
Will Madagascar be part of this Global Consversation?
Anonymous from
Sun, September 30, 2012 at 12.28 pm
I am interested in linking with Beyond 2015 MDG initiatives for Mindanao, Philippines.
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