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DPI NGO Tuesday Chat Series

The Tuesday Chat Series provides a platform for non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and the NGO Relations Unit of the United Nations Department of Public Information (DPI) to engage in an informal discussion on thematic issues. It is an occasion for UN DPI NGO Relations, NGOs and their respective partners to boost advocacy on key United Nations priority issues, share resources and best practices. 

Organized monthly at the DPI NGO Resource Centre, the Tuesday Chat Series is open to representatives of NGOs who are formally associated with DPI who wish to join the conversation about ideas, initiatives, and best practices to help civil society organizations advance positive change and promote the United Nations agenda.

 

NGO Chat Series Audience

    Why participate? 

    • Promote knowledge of the UN principles and activities in accordance with the NGOs own aim and purposes 
    • Engage and educate communities worldwide, and encourage support for the ideals and activities of the United Nations
    • Foster a dialogue and incorporate a call to action with global constituencies such as other United Nations Specialize Agencies, Programmes, academia, civil society, the private sector and/or youth
    • Explore opportunities for future collaboration

    Who can attend? 

    Representatives of NGOs formally associated with DPI and NGOs in Consultative Status with ECOSOC.

    When and where?

    The Tuesday Chat Series is organized monthly, at the UN DPI NGO Resource Centre. The upcoming Tuesday Chat Series will be broadcasted in our DPI NGO weekly news and announcements.

     

    Want to propose a Chat Series? 

     Meet the eligibility criteria:

    • Represent an NGO formally associated with UN DPI and have recieved approval on their most recent/latest Annual Review.
    • Be willing to provide and/or collaborate on the necessary elements and materials required for the organization of the chat session.
    • The NGO makes extensive use of social media, e.g. Facebook, Twitter or Google hangout.
    • The prosed topic must align with the values and mission of the United Nations, and should contribute to the United Nations agenda accordingly.
    • Propose at least one speaker off-site (outside the US and preferably from a developing Country) (not required).

     Fill out a proposal form

     Email your proposal form

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