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UN showcases SDGs, talks environment issues at Tobago inaugural partnership event
The United Nations System in Trinidad and Tobago (UNTT) hosted an SDG exhibit at the Inaugural Tobago Environmental Partnership Conference…Read More
The Trinidad and Tobago Country Team hosted a roadshow in the island of Tobago. The purpose of the set of activites…Read More
UN System explores opportunities for partnership with Tobago
UN Country Team (UNCT) hosted its annual strategic retreat and in Tobago.On 16 March, the UNCT for T&T met with the…Read More
Summer school learns about Nelson Mandela
UN Informatoin Centre (UNIC ) team was invited to visit with the Healing With Horses rehabilitation programme summer camp 2016. The…Read More
UNIC and Scarborough Library host an exhibit on Human Rights Day
11 December 2015 - UNIC Port of Spain and the Scarborough Public Library came together to host an exhinit on Human…Read More
youthYouth and the United Nations:
The United Nations has formalised its working relationship with youth all over the world. Through the Secretary-General's Youth Envoy the Organisation seeks to engage young men and women in dialogue and activism, so that their opinion and ideas of what the future should be is included in the UN's agenda leading up to 2030 and beyond.
Just like their peers around the world the young people of Tobago are encouraged to join our campaigns, speak up for those issues the feel strongly about and learn what it means to be part of the international community.
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Small Island Developing StatesSmall Island Developing States or SIDS refer to the United Nations focus on the impact on small island communities because of climate change as a result of human activity. The UN launched the SDIS agenda in Barbados in 1994 - It is referred to as the Barbados Platform for Action.
16 Caribbean Countries are part of the SIDS network including Trinidad and Tobago.
What are the issues for small islands?
Food Security, Partnerships, Sustainable use of Resources, Employment, Shelter and Disaster Management and much more.