Deputy Executive Director John Hendra
Speech by John Hendra, Assistant Secretary General and Deputy Executive Director Policy and Programme of UN Women at Preparing for the 2014 Development Cooperation Forum
Vienna Policy Dialogue: Advancing gender equality and the empowerment of women: the role of development cooperation. 13 December 2012.
Speech by UN Women Deputy Executive Dircetor for Policy and Programme, John Hendra, Applying a Gender Perspective to the Post-2015 Development Agenda. 26 November 2012.
Remarks by UN Women Deputy Executive Director John Hendra at the first ASEAN Ministerial meeting on UN Women
Remarks by UN Women Deputy Executive Director John Hendra at the first ASEAN Ministerial meeting on UN Women (AMMW).
Remarks delivered by John Hendra, UN Women Assistant-Secretary-General and Deputy Executive Director, at the High Level Panel on Taking on the Challenge of Fragility as part of the European Development Days.
Women entrepreneurship to reshape the economy in MENA through innovation: High-Level Panel during European Development Days
Welcoming Remarks delivered by John Hendra, UN Women Assistant-Secretary-General and Deputy Executive Director John Hendra at the High Level Panel on Women Entrepreneurship to Reshape the Economy in MENA through Innovation.
Remarks by John Hendra at breakfast dialogue on the follow-up to Rio+20 and the Post-2015 development agenda
Remarks by John Hendra at breakfast dialogue on the follow-up to Rio+20 and the Post-2015 development agenda. 10 October 2012.
Speech Delivered by UN Women Deputy Executive Director John Hendra at the Flagging off Ceremony of the Kilimanjaro Initiative
At the send-off ceremony for the climb of Mount Kilimanjaro undertaken in the context of the UN Secretary-General’s UNiTE to End Violence against Women campaign, UN Women Deputy Director John Hendra says the extent of the violence “ must make an imprint on our social conscience to stand together and take action.”
African Countries Send Representatives to the Summit of Mount Kilimanjaro as part of the UNiTE to End Violence against Women Campaign
Today, 74 men, women and youth commenced their three day trek to the top of Africa’s highest mountain – Mt. Kilimanjaro, standing at 5,895m or 19,341-ft above sea level with an extraordinary humanitarian objective. The 75 climbers representing 36 African countries, 14 United Nations agencies, businesses, women’s rights activists and civil society organisations are participating in a continent-wide campaign to end violence against women and girls.
Honourable Minister Oda, President Biggs, Conference Participants, It is my privilege to say a few closing words on behalf of UN Women. Madame Bachelet is very sorry that she cannot be here at the closing but I assure you that she has been following the Conference closely. In fact, when we last spoke she asked [...]
Speech delivered by UN Women Deputy Director and Assistant Secretary-General John Hendra, Tanoa International Hotel, Nadi, Fiji, Thursday, 21 July 2011.