Report on outcomes of the World Summit on Social Development social development in Québec (1995-2000)

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Published by Ministère du Conseil exécutif in [Québec] .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Québec (Province)

Subjects:

  • Social change -- Québec (Province),
  • Social planning -- Québec (Province),
  • Développement social.,
  • Québec (Province) -- Social policy.,
  • Québec (Province) -- Social conditions.,
  • Québec (Province) -- Politique sociale.,
  • Québec (Province) -- Conditions sociales -- 1991-

Edition Notes

Issued also in French under title: Bilan au regard des décisions prises au Sommet mondial pour le développement social, le développement social au Québec (1995-2000).

Book details

Other titlesSocial development in Québec (1995-2000)
ContributionsQuébec (Province). Conseil exécutif.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHN110.Q4 R47 2000
The Physical Object
Pagination63 p. ;
Number of Pages63
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4009027M
ISBN 102550355180
LC Control Number2001369061
OCLC/WorldCa44068893

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The World Summit for Social Development (WSSD), which was held in Copenhagen from Marchbrought together over world leaders to agree on a political Declaration and Programme of Action to alleviate and reduce poverty, expand productive employment and enhance social integration.

The Summit consisted of three parts: a Plenary from 6. The World Summit, held between 14 and 16 Septemberwas a follow-up summit meeting to the United Nations' Millennium Summit, which had led to the Millennium Declaration of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Representatives (including nearly leaders) of the then member states met in New York City for what the United Nations described as "a once-in-a-generation.

The World Summit for Social Development, which took place in Copenhagen in Marchprovided an important opportunity for the world community to focus its attention on the nature and roots of current social problems and trends.

Report of the World Summit on Sustainable Development Johannesburg, South Africa, 26 August- social development are overarching objectives of and essential requirements for sustainable development.

the adverse effects of climate change are already evident, natural disasters are. World Summit Outcome development in its economic, social and environmental aspects constitutes a key 3 Plan of Implementation of the World Summit on Sustainable Development (Report. [on the report of the Second Committee (A/64//Add.1)] 64/ Implementation of Age the Programme forthe FurtherImplementation of Agenda 21 and the outcomes of the World Summit on Sustainable Development The General Assembly, Recalling its resolutions 55/ of 20December56/ of 24December.

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Report on outcomes of the World Summit on Social Development book refers the commitment to make decent work a global goal. Johannesburg Summit - the World Summit on Sustainable Development - brought together tens of thousands of participants, including heads of State and Government, national delegates and leaders from non-governmental organizations (NGOs), businesses and other major groups to focus the world's attention and direct action toward meeting difficult challenges, including improving.

World Summit for Social Development Distr: General nations to enhancing social development throughout the world so that all men and women, especially those living in and the effects of war.

Report of the World Summit on Sustainable Development Johannesburg, South Africa, 26 August- social development and environmental protection — at the local, national, regional and global levels.

the adverse effects of climate change are already evident, natural disasters are. We recall as well our commitments in the outcomes of all the major United Nations conferences and summits in the economic, social and environmental fields, including the United Nations Millennium Declaration, the World Summit Outcome, the Monterrey Consensus of the International Conference on Financing for Development, the Doha Declaration.

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This report has been prepared in response to Economic and Social Council resolution /46, which requested the Secretary-General of the United Nations to inform the Commission on Science and Technology for Development about implementation of outcomes of the World Summit on the Information Society.

The objective of the World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) was to examine the implementation of resolutions made at the conference in Rio, with a particular focus on Agenda Problems such as social justice, dialogue between cultures, health and development were given greater weight than at the previous summits in Stockholm () and.

Status of the preparations for the World Summit for Social Development (Trust fund and public information programme); 4. Outcome of the World Summit for Social Development: draft declaration and draft programme of action; 5.

Provisional agenda and organization of the WSSD; and ; 6. Adoption of the report of the Preparatory Committee.

The United Nations Conference on the Environment and Development inestablished sustainable development as a new paradigm that would not only deal with global environmental challenges, but also with the social fabric of nations and ultimately have a direct impact on the lives of people world wide.

The Tunis Agenda for the Information Society, which was agreed in the second phase of the Summit inrequested the United Nations General Assembly to make an overall review of the implementation of WSIS outcomes in The Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) subsequently asked its Commission on Science and Technology for Development.

conceptual framing of the report. It first introduces the discursive and policy changes or innovations that characterize the contemporary “social turn”, a shift in ideas and policies that has reasserted social dimensions in development agendas since the World Summit for Social Development in Copenhagen inbut often failed to support.

through the Economic and Social Council, on progress made in implementing the outcomes of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS), which was held in two phases in and This report complements the formal report of the Secretary-General of the United Nations on progress made in implementing WSIS outcomes (A/73/E//10).

The World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) was held in two phases. The first phase took place in Geneva hosted by the Government of Switzerland from 10 to 12 Decemberand the second phase took place in Tunis hosted by the Government of Tunisia, from 16 to 18 November The Report of the Secretary-General on the outcomes of the World Humanitarian Summit (A/71/) established the online Platform for Actions, Commitments and Transformations (PACT – ) for a period of three to five years.

– the third year of reporting since the Summit – was the final year of self-reporting and the Annual Synthesis Report became the. The United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development - or Rio+20 - took place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on June It resulted in a focused political outcome document which contains clear and practical measures for implementing sustainable development.

In Rio, Member States decided to launch a process to develop a set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), byname Earth Summit, conference held at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (June 3–14, ), to reconcile worldwide economic development with protection of the environment.

The Earth Summit was the largest gathering of world leaders as ofwith heads of state and representatives. 59/ on the implementation of the outcome of the World Summit for Social Development and of the twenty-fourth special session of the General Assembly. The report provides an overview of the tenth anniversary of the World Summit for Social Development, which took place during the forty-third session of the Commission for Social Development.

UNGA Reports on Social Development Implementation of the outcome of the World Summit for Social Development and of the twenty-fourth special session of the General Assembly.

Extreme poverty, deep poverty, abject poverty, absolute poverty, destitution, or penury, was defined by the United Nations (UN) in its report of the World Summit for Social Development as "a condition characterized by severe deprivation of basic human needs, including food, safe drinking water, sanitation facilities, health, shelter, education and information.

Report of the Secretary-General: Promoting the building of a people-centred, development-oriented and inclusive information society: Progress made in the implementation of and follow-up to the World Summit on the Information Society outcomes (E/CN//2) (3 April ).

The children summit in New York (), the world summit on social development in Copenhagen (), and the International Labour Organization (ILO) adoption of convention on elimination of the worst forms of child labour () are clear evidence of the increasing international concern.

The World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) was a two-phase United Nations-sponsored summit on information, communication and, in broad terms, the information society that took place in in Geneva and in in of its chief aims was to bridge the global digital divide separating rich countries from poor countries by spreading access to the Internet in the developing world.

Type II partnerships were developed at the Johannesburg World Summit on Sustainable Development in Arising in opposition to the state-centred eco-governmentality of previous approaches to sustainable development policy, the partnerships facilitate the inclusion of private and civil actors into the management of sustainable development.

The partnerships are employed alongside traditional. outcomes of the World Summit on the Information Society The Economic and Social Council, Recalling the outcome documents of the World Summit on the Information Society,1 Recalling also its resolution /46 of 28 July on the follow-up to the World Summit and review of the Commission on Science and Technology for.

Get this from a library. States of disarray: the social effects of globalization: an UNRISD report for the World Summit for Social Development. [United Nations Research Institute for Social Development.;].

See Report of the World Summit for Social Development, Copenhagen, March (A/CONF/9). (8) See Report of the Fourth World Conference on Women, Beijing, September (A/CONF/20). (9) Report of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, Rio de Janeiro, Junevol.

Social development first attracted widespread attention through the principles set out in the millennium development goals of the United Nations in (the Copenhagen Declaration- "World Summit for Social Development").

Midgley () conceives social development as a "process of planned social change designed to promote the well-being of the. Inside the Digital Society: Reviewing a World Summit 11 November David Souter.

It’s fifteen years since the World Summit on the Information Society – and the United Nations is pledged to hold a review of what has happened since the Summit in This report has been prepared in response to the request by the Economic and Social Council to the United Nations Secretary-General, in its resolution /46, to inform the Commission on Science and Technology for Development (CSTD) on the implementation of the outcomes of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) as part of his annual reporting to the Commission.

Get this from a library. Report of the World Summit for Social Development, Copenhagen, March This report reviews the UNESCO’s work in these implementation areas during the five years since the Tunis phase of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) in It summarises some highlights of what has been achieved to date and reflects upon the challenges which have arisen in the implementation of WSIS outcomes.

The commission published its report, Our Common Future, in and proposed the concept of sustainable development as an ideal for the global economy and corporations. Sustainability was defined as development that meets the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.The World Summit on Sustainable Developmenttook place in South Africa, from 26 August to 4 September It was convened to discuss [sustainable development] organizations, 10 years after the first Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro.

(It was therefore also informally nicknamed "Rio+10".). Sustainability can have different meanings to different people in the context of corporate social responsibility. One of the best definitions we’ve seen was outlined at the World Summit on Social Development, which presented sustainability as an integration of social, economic, and environmental factors.

The Environmental Protection Agency has echoed a similar sentiment.

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