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UNTVchannel/ Live Schedule/ Friday, 20 April

10:00 Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues

12:00 Daily Briefing

12:20 Briefing by the Spokesperson of the President of the General Assembly, Guest: Amena Yassine, Senior Adviser to the President of the General Assembly will brief on the High-Level Meeting on Peacebuilding and Sustaining Peace (24-25 April 2018)

1:15 Side Event: “Por la Paz de la Madre Tierra” CR4

3:00 Press Encounter: The Permanent Observer from the Mission of the State of Palestine will brief reporters at the Stakeout

Evening Schedule:

8:00pm Daily Briefing and Briefing by the Spokesperson of the General Assembly President with guest

Followed by:

- Documentary: The Unfractured Future – Fracking on Indigenous Land
- Indigenous Media Zone, UNCA Club @ 10:00am

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Secretary-General António Guterres delivers annual Dag Hammarskjöld Lecture
General Assembly convenes high-level meeting on peacebuilding and sustaining peace
Security Council holds open debate on youth, peace and security
World Intellectual Property Day to empower women in innovation and creativity

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Noon briefing by Farhan Haq, Deputy Spokesman for the Secretary-General.

HIGHLIGHTS:
- SECRETARY-GENERAL SPEAKS OUT AGAINST KILLING OF MEDIA WORKERS IN ECUADOR
- SECRETARY-GENERAL TRAVELS TO SWEDEN
- DEPUTY SECRETARY-GENERAL, WORLD BANK PRESIDENT DISCUSS FINANCING FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
- SYRIA: U.N.R.W.A. VOICES CONCERN OVER FATE OF THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE AFTER FIGHTING AROUND YARMOUK
- U.N. MIDDLE EAST ENVOY URGES ISRAEL TO CALIBRATE USE OF FORCE, PALESTINIANS TO AVOID FRICTION AT GAZA FENCE
- U.N. CHIEF IN MYANMAR CONCERNED OVER ESCALATION OF ARMED CONFLICT IN KACHIN STATE
- 10 MILLION PEOPLE TO NEED FOOD ASSISTANCE AMID SAHEL DROUGHT – U.N. RELIEF WING
- LIBERIA: U.N. SENIOR OFFICIAL HIGHLIGHTS NEED TO BUILD ON LEGACY OF U.N. MISSION TO MAKE SURE PEACE REMAINS
- U.N. YOUTH ENVOY TO SPEAK AT SECURITY COUNCIL MEETING ON MONDAY
- NEW VICE-CHAIRS OF U.N. GLOBAL COMPACT BOARD APPOINTED
- U.N. MARKS CHINESE LANGUAGE DAY
- U.N. REMAINS DEDICATED, IMPARTIAL PARTNER OF ZAMBIAN PEOPLE

Full Highlights:
https://www.un.org/sg/en/content/noon-briefing-highlight?date %5Bvalue%5D%5Bdate%5D=20%20April%202018



Tackling sexual violence in conflict
Myanmar needs peace and reconciliation
Protecting indigenous peoples’ rights

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Briefing by Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesperson for the Secretary-General.

Highlights -

- SECRETARY-GENERAL HONOURS U.N. PERSONNEL WHO LOST THEIR LIVES IN LINE OF DUTY
- U.N. CHIEF DEEPLY SADDENED BY PASSING OF COTE D’IVOIRE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE BERNAND TANOH-BOUTCHOUÉ
- DEPUTY SECRETARY-GENERAL TO ATTEND WORLD BANK SPRING MEETINGS
- HEAD OF U.N. MISSION IN COLOMBIA STRESSES NEED FOR SUSTAINED EFFORTS TO REINTEGRATE FORMER COMBATANTS
- CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC: U.N. MISSION CONCERNED ABOUT INFLAMMATORY RHETORIC BY VARIOUS GROUPS
- U.N. OFFICIAL STRESSES THERE IS NO MILITARY SOLUTION TO CONFLICT IN SOUTH SUDAN
- U.N. RELIEF AND WORKS AGENCY CONCERNED ABOUT SAFETY OF PEOPLE IN YARMOUK REFUGEE CAMP
- U.N. OFFICIAL CONGRATULATES IRAQ FOR SIGNING OF ELECTORAL CHARTER OF HONOUR
- UKRAINE: U.N. CONDEMNES ATTACKS ON WATER STATION WORKERS
- U.N. PARTNERS WITH F.I.F.A. TO OFFSET CARBON EMISSIONS OF WORLD CUP ATTENDEES
- REGARDING PREVIOUSLY ASKED QUESTIONS ON WESTERN SAHARA
- U.N. SUCCESSFULLY TESTS NUCLEAR TECHNIQUE TO SUPRESS DISEASE-CARRYING MOSQUITOES
- IN NEW YORK, ETHIOPIAN GOVERNMENT AND PARTNERS BRIEF - U.N. MEMBER STATES ON HUMANITARIAN SITUATION
- U.N. FOOD AGENCY ADDS 13 LANDSCAPES TO LIST OF GLOBALLY RECOGNIZED AGRICULTURE HERITAGE SYSTEMS
- ETHIOPIA AND PORTUGAL PAY THEIR U.N. BUDGET DUES

Full Highlight: https://www.un.org/sg/en/content/noon-briefing-highlight?date %5Bvalue%5D%5Bdate%5D=19%20April%202018