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By RLG Productions, Corp
Rocco Leo Gaglioti, Dji Dieng, and the UN help promote the Clean Water Initiative and "World Water Day" to bring attention to the deplorable conditions of regions in the world that still have non potable water which cause disease and death.

By Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur
The Sisters' African Photovoltaic Project is transforming primitive, impoverished villages into thriving communities. As these efforts support U.N. Millennium Development Goals to eradicate poverty by 2015, the Sisters were asked to speak at U.N.

By Caroline Cooper
Together with United Nations, Linkin Park will be bringing electricity to Haiti. With just $10 donation, the band asks for help to light up Haiti with solar bulbs

By Shridhar University
Human Rights are Universal is a common dream in Perth or Pilani or Pittsburgh and recognition of human rights aims at preserving dignity and upholding equality of all people before the law.

By ASSIST
Asia Society for Social Improvement and Sustainable Transformation (ASSIST) Project Green Philippines Islands of Sustainability was highlighted at the European Union’s SWITCH Asia Networking Meeting last October 2011 in Jakarta, Indonesia.

By Deborah "Dare to Dream" Radio
An Amazing Visit To NYC During United Nations Spirituality Week, Included Representatives From The Hopi Native Tribe. Elyce Monet Shares Her Personal Experience As A Speaker And Participant In Important Meetings Taking Place In Our World Today.

By Global Action Plan
Environmental charity Global Action Plan has contributed to a new report ‘Making Environmental Employee Engagement Happen:’ published this week by the United Nations Environment Programme Financial Initiative, (UNEP FI).

By Mithout Gomez
In a move that considerably boosted the Palestinians' bid for full membership at the United Nations, UNESCO voted overwhelmingly and admitted Palestine as a full member state.

By REL-MAR News / Media Services
"According to the United Nations, there are more than 27 million slaves worldwide, which are more than twice the number of those who were enslaved over the 400 years that transatlantic slavers trafficked humans to work in the Americas." - L Mann

By Red Rock Press
UN Day began 63 years ago this Monday to highlight the goals and achievements of the United Nations. Part of those goals includes fostering communication between member states, and one of the best ways to experience a culture is through its cuisine.

By Publishing Technology
Major deal brings Publishing Technology’s 2011 new publisher signings to 40

By Adelphi University
The International Initiatives Committee’s Ambassador Series invites Dr. Palitha T.B. Kohona, to share his expertise and unique perspectives on world events and issues.

By Widness & Wiggins PR
Invites the Travel Industry to Join and Support the Council's Work to Help Drive Conservation and Poverty Alleviation Worldwide

By Unity Church
Let It Begin With Me Offers Insights from 21 Modern Peacebuilders

By Suitless for Students
Students Call on Professionals to Ditch Suits and Raise Funds for Education

By ASSIST
International NGO Asia Society for Social Improvement and Sustainable Transformation (ASSIST) formally kicked off Green and Safe, a PPP funded by DEG, in cooperation with DEKRA WIT (Hangzhou) Certification Co. Ltd. last July 28 in Beijing, China.

By Danielle Aychouh
8 August 2011 – TNT Express today uplifted 45 tons of emergency food aid to Nairobi, Kenya, to help the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) feed thousands of children in neighboring Somalia.

By Mohanraj Thirumalai
India has ratified UNCAC but refuses to instrument strong laws. Condemning this, a peaceful protest is being held at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza Park, across United Nations, New York, NY from 11 am to 1 pm on Friday, August 12, 2011.

By Mira Sound Germany
Mira Sound Germany releases ‘The United States of Planet Earth’, Michel Montecrossa's New-Topical-Song-Movement Audio Single and DVD about the way into the future.

By Jan Kuenzl
What exactly are Human Rights? Who is responsible for protecting them? And do they really apply to all people? These are the question the newest animated Video clip in the WissensWerte series deals with.

By CSULA Public Affairs
CSULA political science class represented the Kingdom of Spain at national conference

By Frank Pagani
Iona College’s Hagan School of Business and the University of Connecticut’s Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) will present the sixth annual summer regional symposium, “The Changing Face of Globalization.”

By Guillermo Meneses/ICLEI USA
Ambassador Sha Zukang, Secretary General of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) to Deliver Inaugural Keynote Address at National Press Club, Washington, D.C. June 28.

By MostFascinating.com
International Friendship Day is July 30. Here are five fun ways to celebrate.

By HammerKit Oy
Three Finnish applications: HammerKit, Epooq and Renderfarm were selected among the winners in the 2011 global World Summit Awards (WSA). The contest awards five best ICT solutions in all together eight categories.

By Amenawon Foundation
Over a week ago on Saturday, May 14, 2011, Amenawon Foundation hosted Nets for Hope-DC at the historic Bohemian Caverns in Washington, DC. Read more to see what they are doing with the money raised.

By International Day of Slayer
Claiming that heavy metal while an elective culture is a culture like those recognized by ethnicity, religion or geography, heavy metal fans petitioned the United Nations to recognize the "International Day of Slayer" as a heavy metal holiday.

By Shridhar University
The media landscape has changed beyond recognition in the last two decades with the power unleashed by the internet, popularity of wikis and blogs as well as the mind boggling social networking such as Twitter and Facebook.

By Joel Freeman
Twenty original documents and artifacts from The Freeman Institute Black History Collection about the Transatlantic Slave Trade are exhibited (free) at the United Nations until 30 April, 2011.

By Adelphi University/Kali Chan
Adelphi University is pleased to welcome Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Finland to the United Nations Jarmo Viinanen as he speaks on “Dignified Foreign Policy.”

By Matter of Opinion
Matter Of Opinion, an Atlanta-based opinion poll website, wants to know readers’ thoughts about America’s involvement in the situation in Libya. The survey’s purpose is to gain insight into public opinion and to stimulate productive discussion.

By Alda Witherspoon
Raise your hand for Haiti - Morning Flag Raising - Prayer Breakfast - Afternoon Symposium

By Shridhar University
Female literacy has considerable multiplier effects in all areas of women empowerment and no one anywhere has a doubt that educational empowerment alone can transform women into powerful agents of social change.

By Prime Management Services
“Patient-centered CME: from a Local to a Global Perspective” will explore changes in the dynamic of the delivery of healthcare in North America and the important role of CME as a tool in promoting better quality and efficiency within that system.

By Shridhar University
To quote Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore “In Science, we go through the discipline of eliminating the personal limitations of our minds and thus reach the comprehension of truth which is in the minds of the universal man”.

By Paul Reid, ETSI
CEN, CENELEC and ETSI establish Joint Working Group on eAccessibility.

By Shridhar University
Without Social justice which is the underlying principle for peaceful and prosperous coexistence within and among nations, the dream of Fair Globalization cannot be achieved.

By HRI:UNArts Humanitarian Intervention Initiative
Iranium powerfully reports on the many aspects of the threat America and the world now faces with interviews with 25 leading politicians, Iranian dissidents, and experts on: Middle East policy, terrorism, and nuclear proliferation.

By HRI:UNArts Humanitarian Intervention Initiative
International call to action is the report "The Massacre of Political Prisoners in 1988," published by the Abdorraham Boroumand Foundation, the author Geoffrey Robertson QC, “distinguished jurist” member of the UN Internal Justice Council.

By The Witherspoon Institute
Blizard postpones NDR - National Day of Remembrance for Haiti to May 18, 2011 - Haitian Flag Day at the United Nations

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
Artist H-II: Stephen Michael Apatow, Founder of the United Nations Arts Initiative supports the National Society of Film Critics Statement On Jailed Iranian Directors.

By The Seoul Sisters Documentary Film
13-Year-Old Felice News Anchor, Max Jones, to host a hard-hitting documentary about the crisis on the Korean Peninsula, to be released in 2011.

By The Witherspoon Institute
A National Day of Remembrance for Haiti at the United Nations, New York, Wednesday, January 12, 2011, 6am Prayer Breakfast Launch - The American Alabaster Quilt for Haiti - 5 year Witherspoon Quilt Project - A Football Field of Hand Written Notes

By Chittu Nagrajan
With the expansion of the Internet and the growing reach of technology, the need for effective and ethical online dispute resolution is growing in importance.

By Jennifer Denby
Our favourite Brazilian supermodel, Gisele Bündchen, has gone and surprised us all at Talent management yet again.

By Haiti Information Project (HIP)
The Haiti Information Project (HIP) announced the release of the documentary film Haiti: We Must Kill the Bandits on broadband pay-per-view the same day as elections in Haiti on November 28, 2010.

By Vladia Jurcova Spencer
Dianne Curtis, President of Zonta International, was awarded the Minerva Award on November 15, 2010, in the Hall of the Capitol in Rome, Italy. Dianne Curtis is the first American to receive the prestigious Minerva Award.

By SOS Children's Villages-USA
Armed rioters blaming the United Nations for Haiti’s cholera epidemic clashed violently with U.N. troops on Monday in Cap-Haïtien, on Haiti’s northern coast. The U.N. said one demonstrator was killed by a peacekeeper shooting in self-defense.

By One Million Voices for Iran
Echoing the One Million voices Campaign, Nobel laureate Shirin Ebadi wants the international community to impose travel restrictions and other "political sanctions" against Iranian officials

By Adelphi University
Adelphi University is pleased to welcome United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG) on Sexual Violence in Conflict, Margot Wallström.




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