Full Programme : 9 to 13 December 2019

A One-week High-Level Meeting that Help you to Change the World See detailled presentation

Full Programme : 9 to 13 December 2019

A One-week High-Level Meeting that Help you to Change the World See detailled presentation

Meetings that Change the World!
One week of High Level Meetings, Crossing the Spheres of the Stakeholders
The halfway point between the PORTO-ALLEGRE FORUM and the DAVOS FORUM ; the platform for the creation and development of projects for peace and SDGs.


A One-week High-Level Meeting inside the United Nations Building that Help you to Change the World.


The program



  • Annual Public Convention of the ngo OSI (npo created in 1992).
  • Allows you to participate in discussions and advancements on subjects dealing with the work of ECOSOC within the areas of implications of Objectif Sciences International.
  • Meetings, trade and public debate platform for collaboration and communication between Permanent Representations of Governments, NGOs, Scientists,
  • and YOU!

Attending People

  • Workshops and meetings for all UN officials, NGOs and countries that wish to attend.
  • Guests are Journalists, Experts, Scientists, Financiers, Entrepreneurs, Investors, Philanthropists, Heads of State, Ambassadors.


  • The Palais des Nations - United Nations Office Geneva (to know exact rooms, please look at the detailed program below)
  • from Monday 10 to Friday 14 December, with video projection (Speakers in English and French, debates in English, Spanish, French)
  • Access Map : (please find here detailed practical informations)

Detailed Programme

Here the detailled Programme of the GENEVA FORUM of December 2019

Programme of GENEVA FORUM 2019 (Public side)
Programme of GENEVA FORUM 2019 (Internal meeting side)

See also this link for the Plenary Annual International Conference on Rights of Nature : "For a Universal Declaration of the Nature Rights ?"

Registration Form


You can attend physically or contribute remotely (web conference, forums...).

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Par Sujit Kumar Datta

It will be pleasure to be part of it. And valuable to share the experiences gathered.


Dear all Friends in Peace I greet you all in True Peace & Solidarity. My name is Ali Mussa Mwadini and I am the Founder of our Organization, and currently voluntarily working as Executive Secretary & Peace Activist and Founder of Zanzibar City of Peace Clubs Project. Our Organization Zanzibar Peace, Truth & Transparency Association (ZPTTA NGO), is committed to build a True Culture of peace & peace related issues. True Culture of peace is essential prerequisite, because without peace it will not be possible to achieve the level of trust, cooperation, or inclusiveness necessary to solve these challenges as, violent conflicts, depute and war let alone empower the institution and organization necessary to help address them. We believe, without the appropriate measures and Community understanding of the factors that support peace, it is not possible to know what polices, what project and programs work needed to be implemented to bring Positive Peace in the country. Zanzibar Peace, Truth & Transparency Association is a Non government, non- profit, non political welfare and non- Military, registered in Zanzibar with its headquarters in Zanzibar Town. ZPTTA NGO is working in both two Islands Unguja and Pemba, to respond to the NEEDS of people living in the rural communities and in Town, in True positive Peace & Peace Related issues, Human Rights, Gender Issues and Non violence way of life in Zanzibar Community. Our Organization (ZPTTA NGO) is struggling against the calamities such as Disputes, Violence, Conflicts, Terrorism and Genocide. As our Organization contemplated our work as an educator of True Culture of Peace, Conflict resolution on the Peaceful means Democracy, Interfaith & Gender equality. We are quite aware How do we do this? How do we go beyond trying to just change people's minds, to reaching people's hearts? I have a sense that it lies in personal relationships, reaching across divides, in true dialogue for understanding—often starting with our own families and our neighbors We believe that only through joint action can we break the cycle of violence Our direction is that of nonviolent struggle, and we call on both nations to join us to achieve peace and reconciliation in Zanzibar Community, through Zanzibar City of Peace Clubs Peace does not happen by itself; it requires commitment, perseverance and continuing efforts. LET US UNITE FOR ZANZIBAR CITY OF PEACE & CITY OF PEACE CLUBS TO CHANGE ZANZIBAR COMMUNITY I thank you, Yours in peace ALI MUSSA MWADINI EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, PEACE ACTIVIST & FOUNDER OF ZANZIBAR CITY OF PEACE CLUBS (ZPTTA NGO ZANZIBAR) PHONE:+255-777-451257 ( Passport N0 AB 491794

Par Emma Kalokoh

MY PERSONAL EXPERIENCE WITH DISASTER AND RISK MANAGEMENT (SIERRA LEONE CASE) Personally, in my capacity as the Deputy Director of Gender Program working with Girls Rights and Gender Equality I witnessed the deadly Ebola outbreak in the three West African neighboring countries we were hit hard by the Ebola outbreak which began in Guinea in December 2013 before spreading to Liberia and Sierra Leone. The epidemic was declared over by the World Health Organization in 2016 after claiming over 11,300 lives out of nearly 30,000 registered cases. Again, on the morning of August 14, 2017, significant mudflow events occurred in and around our country’s capital Freetown in Sierra Leone. Following three days of torrential rainfall, mass wasting of mud and debris destroyed hundreds of buildings in the city, killing 1,141 people and leaving more than 3,000 homeless. And causal factors for the mudslides include the region's particular topography and climate – with Freetown's elevation close to sea level and its greater position within a tropical monsoon climate. Those factors were assisted by the generally poor state of the region's infrastructure and loss of protective natural drainage systems from periods of deforestation. THE NEED FOR RISKS AND DISASTER ALERTNESS PROGRAMME IN FREETOWN – SIERRA LEONE The potential for deadly flooding in Sierra Leone was exacerbated by a combination of factors. Freetown, which sits at the tip of a peninsula, was in 2015 occupied by approximately 1 million people. Freetown's topography alternates between thickly wooded and partially deforested mountains. These mountains run along the peninsula parallel to the Atlantic for 25 miles. Freetown's elevation varies from coastal areas which are at or just below sea level to approximately 400 meters (1,300 ft) above sea level. Freetown suffers from long-term issues involving poor urban development programs. According to Jamie Hitchen of the Africa Research Institute "the government is failing to provide housing for the poorest in society", and when attention is paid to issues such as unregulated construction, it is received only after a crisis. Because a moratorium on housing construction was not enforced, unorganized settlements and municipal works encroached on flood plains, resulting in narrower water passageways. During floods, Freetown's drainage systems are often blocked by discarded waste, especially in the city's poorer communities, contributing to higher levels of surface runoff. The construction of large homes in hillside areas and unrestricted deforestation for residential purposes weakened the stability of nearby slopes and caused soil erosion. Within a decade leading up to the disaster, Sierra Leone cleared approximately 800,000 hectares of forest cover – the country's civil war, fought between 1991 and 2002, was also a cause of deforestation. The nation's Environmental Protective Agency launched a reforesting mission in the region two weeks prior to the floods and mudslides, which was ultimately unsuccessful.

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