Daily Archives: 28 July 2015

Youth from all over the world speak on Action 2015 agenda at the UN

Last Friday, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon welcomed the 70 winners of the United Nations-sponsored Many Languages, One World contest who wrote “inspired” essays in languages not their own about a new sustainable development path that will lead to an end to poverty and a life of dignity for all. “You were asked to do something inspired and

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Secretary-General’s message for the UNAI-ELS Many Languages One World Student Forum [delivered by Ms. Cristina Gallach, Under-Secretary-General for Communications and Public Information]

New York, 24 July 2015 Today we welcome to the United Nations the seventy winners of the Many Languages One World Contest co-sponsored by the United Nations Academic Impact and ELS Educational Services. You were asked to do something inspired and challenging—to write an essay in an official United Nations language that is not your own. You did

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In Uganda, Alhendawi underscores the importance of adopting the National Youth Policy

The United Nations Secretary-General’s Envoy on Youth, Ahmad Alhendawi, underscored in his recent visit to Uganda the importance of expediting the adoption of the country’s national youth policy. The Envoy joined by his special advisor, Mrs. Saskia Schellekens, held a series of meetings in Kampala with senior government officials and the UN country offices as

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