Organizing events at the UN
Emerging has the unique expertise to host a variety of events in conjunction with the United Nations: side-events during UN processes, agriculture or business days, partnership forums.
Below are a series of examples of such recently held events:
- CFS44 High-Level Dinner in Rome, IT | Read the Final Report
- UNITAR Training Seminar on Empowering Rural Women at the UN Headquarters, New York
- Agriculture and Food Day at the UN Headquarters, New York | Read the Final Report
- SDG Business Forum at the UN Headquarters, New York
- High-Level Political Forum | Read the Rapid Fire Session Case Studies | Read the HLPF Side Event Report
- Pulse Feast Luncheon at the UN Headquarters, New York
- Partnership Forum on Nutrition at the International Fund for Agricultural Development, Rome | Read the Final Report
- Nutrition side-event at the High-Level Political Forum, UN Headquarters, New York | Read the Report
- Partnership Forum on Livestock at the International Fund for Agricultural Development, Rome
- Business Day during the High-Level Political Forum
- Livestock side-event at the High-Level Political Forum, UN Headquarters, New York | Read the Final Report
- Side-event at the Committee on Commodity Problems at the Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome
- Side-events at the UN Committee on World Food Security at the Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome | Read the Final Reports
- Partnership Forum on the Sustainable Development Goals at the Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome
- 77thsession of the UN General Assembly High Level Debate (September 20-27).
- 57th Session of the IPCC, Geneva (September 27-30).
- UN Economic and Financial Committee on Agricultural Development, food security and nutrition (October 6-7).
World Soil Day at UNFCCC (COP28)
World Soil Day was celebrated December 5 and highlighted the unsung hero beneath our feet—soil. This day served as a reminder of the importance of sustainable soil management to ensure food security, biodiversity conservation, and climate change mitigation. In light of this, and against the backdrop of UNFCCC COP28, the Coalition of Action 4 Soil Health (CA4SH) hosted a special dinner on December 5 in Dubai. The event put a spotlight on the indispensable role that soils play in carbon sequestration and climate management. With the global demand for land escalating due to climate change and a burgeoning population, the dinner emphasized the urgent need to overhaul existing land management practices.
Bringing together leaders from the private sector, UN organizations, farmers, NGOs, and civil society, the dinner served as a dynamic forum to explore innovative solutions for integrated soil, plant, and land fertility management. This dinner was not just a feast for the senses but a call to action, and a celebration of the inclusion of soil health in the Emirati Declaration – a significant achievement to have 152 countries recognize soil health.