Rio+20: Partnership Development.

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Twenty years after Rio 92, Brazil is hosting the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, Rio+20, to be held in Rio de Janeiro in june 2012.
The Conference themes are:
• Green Economy within the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication; and
• Institucional framework for sustainable development

The National Organizing Committee is engaging private and public institution by allowing them to associate the Conference.

Potential partners of the Rio+20 Conference must not only have but provide evidence of commitment to Sustainable Development and poverty eradication in their social corporate responsibility initiatives and similar activities, including the life cycle of its products and services as well as in the choice of its suppliers and service providers.

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  • Rio+20: Partnership Development.

    1. 1. 1
    2. 2. 2Rio 92: 20 years later
    3. 3. 3Twenty years after Rio 92, Brazil ishosting the United NationsConference on SustainableDevelopment,
    4. 4. 4 Rio+20,to be held in Rio de Janeiro in june 2012.
    5. 5. 5 Rio +20 193 UN Member States 100 – 120 Heads of State or GovernmentHigh Level Representatives of the United Nations System50 thousand accredited participants
    6. 6. 6Rio+20Expert opinion makers:• Governmental authorities• International negotiators• Legal experts• Parliamentarians• Corporate Chief executive officers• Trade union representatives• Journalists• Scientific and Technological CommunityThe United Nations recognizes 9 Major Groups: Business and Industry,Workers & Trade Unions, Women, Children & Youth, Farmers, IndigenousPeoples, Local Authorities, NGOs and Scientific and TechnologicalCommunity.
    7. 7. 7Rio+20 ThemesResolution 64/236 (20ª) of the General Assembly of theUnited Nations:• Green Economy within the context of sustainable development andpoverty eradication; and• Institucional framework for sustainable development
    8. 8. 8The Conference in Rio de Janeiro
    9. 9. 9Riocentro, Athletic Park, Motor Racing Trackand Barra Arena Autódromo Arena da Barra Riocentro Parque dos Atletas
    10. 10. 10Mauá Pier, Modern Art Museum & FlamengoPark
    11. 11. 11Riocentro Convention Centre
    12. 12. 12Rio+20 OrganizationThe National Organizing Committee for the United Nations Conferenceon Sustainable Development was created as an executive body linked tothe Ministry of External Relations tasked with planning and holding theRio+20 Conference.Chaired by a National Secretary, who discharges his duties leading histeam in the tasks of planning, implementation and supervision of alllogistics and management initiatives and measures.
    13. 13. 13
    14. 14. 14Partnership DevelopmentPotential partners of the Rio+20 Conference must not only have butprovide evidence of commitment to Sustainable Development andpoverty eradication in their social corporate responsibility initiativesand similar activities, including the life cycle of its products andservices as well as in the choice of its suppliers and service providers.
    15. 15. 15Official Partner
    16. 16. 16Official PartnerExhibiting the trademark logo• Right to use the Official Partner logo in communications of the officialpartner, once the pieces have been approved by the NationalOrganizing Committee;• Applying the Official Partner logo in printed communications such aswelcome packages, participant guides, maps, and the like; in electronicmedia such as website and social networks to be created by theNational Organizing Committee, as well as in visual communicationpieces such as banners, outdoor advertisements and the like at thevarious venues (with the exception of the United Nations perimeter), inaccordance with an aspect ratio of 1;
    17. 17. 17Official PartnerExhibiting the trademark logo• Integrated communications between the press offices of the officialpartner with the Rio+20 National Organizing Committee and exclusivepress conference for the launch of the partnership;• Allocation of special area at the Riocentro Media Centre (innegotiation with the UN);• Broadcasting of Official Partner institutional video of up to 1.5minutes on the Rio+20 official transport system and the Conferencevenues if applicable.
    18. 18. 18Official PartnerPersonalized services and privileged access• Exclusive officer assigned to support the Official Partner during thewhole event;• Award of special accreditation for travel and private vehicle parkingwithin the Conference perimeter (use of the area being currentlynegotiated as the Riocentro Convention Centre is in the UN perimeter);• VIP service for the executive directors of the Official Partner at theairports of the city (Galeão and Santos Dumont);• Bookings of up to two executive suites at a Barra da Tijuca hotel andtwo rooms in a Zona Sul hotel for the executive directors of the OfficialPartner.
    19. 19. 19Official PartnerVenues for Official Partner to host private events• Complimentary VIP box for the exclusive use of the Official Partnerduring the period of the Conference, at the Barra Arena;• Space to hold a cocktail or similar event in area of civil societyconcentration at the Barra Arena;• Venue to hold lectures, seminars, concerts or shows with capacity ofup to 2 thousand seats, with coffee break foyer, VIP area, box andpress room on one of the days of the Conference for a period of up tosix hours in the area of the Rio de Janeiro Modern Art Museum;• Space of up to 500m2 to set up a stand aimed at the civil society atthe Motor Race Track and in the area assigned for countries and privatesector at the Athletic Park.
    20. 20. 20Official PartnerNetworking opportunities• VIP seats reserved at opening and closing sessions of the OfficialPlenary Session of the Conference for up to two representatives of theOfficial Partner with access to the VIP lounge at the official event venue(currently being negotiated with the UN);• Invitations to the opening gala for four representatives of the OfficialPartner;• Invitations to the official cocktail for eight representatives of theOfficial Partner.
    21. 21. 21Official Supporter
    22. 22. 22Official SupporterExhibiting the trademark logo• Right to use Official Supporter logo in the communications of thesupporting institution, once the pieces have been approved by theNational Organizing Committee;• Application of the logo of the supporter’s institution on printedmaterials such as welcome packages, participant guides, maps, and thelike, and in electronic media such as website and social networks to becreated by the National Organizing Committee, as well as in visualcommunication pieces such as banners, outdoor advertisements andthe like at the various venues (except in the UN perimeter), using anaspect ratio of 1.2;• Broadcast of the institutional Official Supporter video of up to 45seconds in the Rio+20 official transport system and at the Conferencevenues if applicable.
    23. 23. 23Official SupporterPersonalized service and privileged access• Accreditation for a pick-up/drop-off vehicle (use of area currentlyunder negotiation as the Riocentro Convention Centre is a UN perimeterarea);Space for Official Supporter to hold private events:• Space to host lectures, seminars, concerts or shows with up to 2,000seats with coffee break foyer, VIP area, box and press room, on one ofthe days of the Conference for a period of up to two hours in the Rio deJaneiro Modern Art Museum area;• Space to set up a stand with up to 150m2 in the venue aimed at thecivil society at the Motor Race Track or at the venue assigned tocountries and the private sector at the Athletic Park..
    24. 24. 24Official SupporterNetworking opportunities• Invitations to the gala opening for two representatives from theOfficial Supporter institution;• Invitations to the official cocktail for four representatives from theOfficial Supporter institution.
    25. 25. 25OfficialSupplier
    26. 26. 26Official SupplierNo limit in the number of suppliers associated with Rio+20 inthe category of Official Supplier that is required to represent asegment of products and/or services required by the NationalOrganizing Committee; preferential or exclusive contracts forthe total demand may be awarded to a supplier.
    27. 27. 27Official SupplierExhibition of the trademark logo• Right to use the Official Supplier logo in the communications of thesupplier’s institution, once the pieces are approved by the NationalOrganizing Committee;• Application of Official Supplier trademark logo in printed materialssuch as welcome packages, participant guides, maps and the like aswell as in electronic media such as website and social networks to bedeveloped by the National Organizing Committee, as well as in thepieces of visual communication such as banners, outdooradvertisements and the like at the various venues (except for theUnited Nations perimeter) using an aspect ratio of 1.4.
    28. 28. 28NATIONAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE NACIONAL SECRETARY Minister Laudemar Aguiar DEPUTY NATIONAL SECRETARY Counsellor José SollaPARTNERSHIP DEVELOPMENT COORDINATION Suelma Rosa dos Santos suelma.santos@itamaraty.gov.br Mobile +55 (61) 9220.4267 / 8256.7746 Tel: + 55 (61) 3313-2030

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