Communications

The UN-REDD Programme uses a variety of Communication tools to share valuable REDD+ related information. This includes the regular production of publications including technical or policy briefs, lessons learned, annual reports, etc. The Programme also produces informative videos on national and global REDD+ issues and is active across leading social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, where stakeholders can access a wealth of breaking news and information. The Programme’s blog also provides space for REDD+ experts to share their individual perspectives.

All of these Communication tools offer stakeholders varying levels of information and technical guidance on REDD+, meeting their diverse needs.

The main Communication platform of the Programme is its website: www.un-redd.org. This public site offers audiences an introduction to the Programme and its support mechanisms, as well as information about its partners and donors, key work areas, and aspects of the Programme’s work. REDD+ practitioners can access technical information on the UN-REDD Programme Online Collaborative Workspace.

Media relations are also provided by the Programme’s Communication function, including tools and resources for media covering REDD+ issues.

The UN-REDD Programme also produces a bi-monthly newsletter, The REDD+ Resource, which features the latest REDD+ news, UN-REDD Programme announcements, partner country experiences, access to the latest publications, etc.

Access issues of The REDD+ Resource newsletter here:

June/July 2016

April/May 2016

February/March 2016

December 2015/January 2016

October/November 2015

August/September 2015

June/July 2015

April/May 2015

February/March 2015

 

Events

The UN-REDD Programme regularly organizes and participates in national, regional and global events. This includes hosting knowledge exchanges, technical workshops, side events at annual UNFCCC COPs, etc.

 

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Contacts

Ms. Maddie West
Communications and Knowledge Management Associate, UN-REDD Programme
 

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