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24 October 2020

Fall 2020 Young Professionals' Career Series


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On Saturday, October 24th, 2020, UNA-NCA invites students and young professionals to participate in its semi-annual Young Professionals' Career Series.

When: 
Saturday, October 24, 2020
12:00 - 2:00 pm

Where: 
Online

Cost:
Members and Students: $20
Non-Members: $25
Combination ticket that includes one year of membership: $35

Sessions:
Professional speakers in each of the topics will offer career advice and guidance, and share personal stories of experience in their particular fields. Attendees are encouraged to ask specific or general questions about the field and engage in conversation in a uniquely intimate and comfortable setting.



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The Keynote speaker for this year is Hazami Barmada, public affairs and social impact strategist, consultant, and social entrepreneur.  Learn more about Hazami here.

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Please be advised that you are only allowed to register for one series.

Each series has its own length of the program.



Careers in Advocacy: Running for Office (Postponed)

Speakers:
Jordan Hibbs, UNA-NCA Director at Large/Running for DC ANC Commissioner 6E04
Mussab Ali, Board Member, Jersey City Board of Education

Will be held virtually.

Registration open now!



Careers in International Environmental  Law (Postponed)

Speakers:
Cornelia Hartman, Environmental Consultant, AFRY

Charles Di Leva, Chief Counsel, World Bank Group

Will be held virtually.

Registration open now!



Careers in the UN

Speakers:
Kristi Pelzel, UNA-NCA Graduate Fellow 2018; Rostered at UN
Liz Lizama, Communications and Social Media Coordinator, International Organization for Migration
Sarah Morgan,
Senior Government Relations Officer, International Labour Organization

Will be held virtually.

Registration open now!



Careers in Global Health (Postponed)

Speakers:
Adanna Chukwuma, Health Specialist, World Bank
Sia Nowrojee, Executive Director, 3D Program for Girls and Women, United Nations Foundation

Will be held virtually.


Registration open now!




Fall 2020 Career Series Sponsors:

Career Leader:
A. Edward Elmendorf
Stephen F. Moseley

CareerPartner:
Jill Christianson
Jordan Hibbs
Tom Bradley
Eagle Bank

Career Supporter:
Diana Ohlbaum
Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs
Lori Kaplan




15 October 2020

UN75 Coffee Chat: The Future We Want


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UNA-NCA is proud to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the United Nations alongside Congressman Jamie Raskin and a panel of US Ambassadors  for a special edition of our Coffee Chat discussion series. 

Join us on Thursday, October 15th from 11:30am-1:00pm EST for a dynamic exploration of how key stakeholders are bridging the gap between global and local goals. As the United Nations turns 75, what role will its institutions and the Sustainable Development Goals play in shaping our future? 

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Featuring: 

Congressman Jamie Raskin 

Congressman Jamie Raskin is the U.S. Representative for Maryland’s 8th Congressional District. He was a professor of constitutional law for more than a quarter-century at American University Washington College of Law before entering Congress and has published several books, including the Washington Post Bestseller Overruling Democracy: The Supreme Court versus the American People, and dozens of scholarly articles and essays. 

Congressman Raskin is currently serving his second term on the Judiciary, House Oversight, and House Administration Committees. He also serves on the Rules Committee and is an elected Member of the House Democratic Leadership Team. He also serves on the new Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis. Prior to his time in Congress, Raskin was a three-term State Senator in Maryland, where he served as Senate Majority Whip. He earned a reputation for building coalitions in Annapolis to deliver a series of landmark legislative accomplishments, including marriage equality, abolition of the death penalty, decriminalization of marijuana, strong equal pay for equal work legislation, and several pieces of strong anti-drunk driving legislation, including the compulsory ignition interlock device for convicted drunk drivers.

Congressman Raskin is a magna cum laude graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Law School, where he served as an Editor of the Harvard Law Review. He and his wife Sarah Bloom Raskin, a former Governor of the Federal Reserve Board and the former Deputy Secretary of the Treasury Department under President Obama, live in Takoma Park with their dogs, Potter and Toby. They have three grown children.


Ambassador Donald T. Bliss (Ret.)

Ambassador Don Bliss is a Past President of UNA-NCA. From 2006-2009, he served in Montreal as U.S. Ambassador to the International Civil Aviation Organization, a UN-affiliated international organization, and U.S.  Permanent Representative on the ICAO Council. From 1977-2006, he practiced law in the D.C. office of the international law firm of O’Melveny & Myers LLP. Prior government service includes Acting General Counsel of the U.S. Department of Transportation (1975-76), Executive Secretary to the U.S. Agency for International Development (1974-75); Executive Secretary to the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare under the Honorable Elliot L. Richardson (1969-73) and Peace Corps Volunteer lawyer (Micronesia) (1966-68), where he met his wife, Nancy, who has also served as a Director-at-Large of the UNA-NCA.

Don serves on the Board of Directors of the Council of American Ambassadors. He has also served on the Boards of The Studio Theatre, Arts for the Aging, Inc. (as president and co-chair), Cedar Lane Unitarian-Universalist Church (as chair), Harleysville Mutual Insurance Company and as Chair of the American Bar Association’s Air and Space Law Forum and President of the national Ripon Society and the Harvard Law School Association of D.C. He co-authored a book with the Honorable William T. Coleman Jr., Counsel for the Situation, Brookings Press (2010). He also has authored, The Law of Airline Customer Relations, Hale & Northam (2005) and Mark Twain’s Tale of Today, CreateSpace, (2012), a book about Mark Twain and  politics.


Ambassador C. Steven McGann

Ambassador Steven McGann (ret), is the founder of The Stevenson Group, an international consultancy and global security strategy firm that provides strategic counsel to companies and organizations seeking to expand their operations into the defense/security sector. Formerly a Senior Foreign Service Officer with the rank of Minister-Counselor, Amb. McGann has held several influential positions including United States Ambassador to the Republics of Fiji, Nauru, Kiribati, and the Kingdom of Tonga and Tuvalu.

Ambassador McGann was posted twice to the US Mission to the United Nations (USUN) in New York and has engaged with various United Nations agencies. He has also served as the Deputy Commandant and International Affairs Adviser of the Dwight D. Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy at the National Defense University (NDU). Ambassador McGann is a member of the Board of Trustees at Claremont McKenna College. He is an affiliate of the Center for Australia, New Zealand and, Pacific Studies, Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University.  Ambassador McGann also serves on the advisory councils of several non-governmental organizations.

Ambassador Sarah E. Mendelson

Ambassador Sarah E. Mendelson is Distinguished Service Professor of Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University and Head of CMU’s Heinz College in DC.  She previously served as the US Representative to the UN’s ECOSOC. There she led on international development, human rights, and humanitarian affairs. Prior to her appointment, she served as a Deputy Assistant Administrator at USAID from 2010-2014 where she was the Agency lead on democracy, human rights, and governance. 

A long time policy entrepreneur, she has spent twenty-five years working on development and human rights as a scholar and a practitioner.  She spent over a decade as a senior adviser and the inaugural director of the Human Rights Initiative at CSIS. She also worked as a senior fellow in CSIS’s Russia and Eurasia Program overseeing focus groups, public opinion surveys, and social marketing campaigns in Russia.  Her current work centers on the Sustainable Development Goals.  At CMU, she co-chairs the University’s Sustainability Initiative. Ambassador Mendelson is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and serves on the editorial board of International Security.  The author of over 70 scholarly and public policy publications, Ambassador Mendelson received her BA in history from Yale and her PhD in political science from Columbia. 


Ambassador Susan D. Page

Ambassador Susan D. Page possesses deep expertise in international relations, particularly in Africa,  excellent French language skills, and the political, legal and analytical acumen of a Harvard-trained  lawyer – her first career. Page was sworn in as ambassador to the Republic of South Sudan on November 16, 2011. Following her  historic tenure as the first U.S. ambassador to the world’s newest nation, she served as Acting Permanent  Representative to the African Union and the UN Economic Commission for Africa and Chargé  d’Affaires, a.i., to the U.S. Mission to the African Union in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and later chaired the  U.S. Government’s multi-agency Security Governance Initiative (SGI) team for Ghana.

Among her  numerous positions in international affairs, Ambassador Page was Special Representative of the  Secretary-General (SRSG) to Haiti, the UN Secretary-General’s Special Adviser on Rule of Law, Global  Focal Point (GFP) Review Implementation, and Legal and Political Adviser to the Horn of  Africa’s Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) Secretariat for Peace in Sudan, where she  co-drafted essential elements of the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) for Sudan. In  addition, she was Director of the Rule of Law and Corrections Advisory Unit of the UN Mission in Sudan  (UNMIS), Regional Director for Southern and East Africa at the National Democratic Institute (NDI) in  Washington, DC, and senior legal expert in Rwanda and Sudan for the United Nations Development  Programme (UNDP).

Ambassador Page is an elected member of the American Academy of Diplomacy (AAD). She serves as a  board member of Road Scholar, is on the Advisory Council of the United Nations Association of the  National Capital Area (UNA-NCA) and on the Advisory Board of the Kellogg Institute for International  Studies. She is a member of the Association of Black American Ambassadors and numerous other  professional organizations.  In August of 2020, Page joined the faculty at the University of Michigan as Professor of the Practice of  International Diplomacy at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy with a concurrent appointment as  Professor from Practice at the University of Michigan Law School. She is also assisting with the growth  of U-M’s Weiser Diplomacy Center. Ambassador Page was a Visiting Professor of the Practice at the  Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame in 2019-2020.  

Originally from the Chicago area, Ambassador Page received her Juris Doctor (JD) from Harvard Law  School, her A.B. in English With High Distinction from the University of Michigan, and Certificates of  Distinction (English) and Merit (Psychology) from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland before  attending law school. She loves learning about other cultures, traveling, and playing euchre.

Thank you to our UN Month Sponsors: 

Diplomatic Leader

Stephen F. Moseley
 

Diplomatic Partner

Ambassador Donald T. Bliss
A. Edward Elmendorf 

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Diplomatic Supporter

Tim Barner and Kathy Guthrie
Larry Cooley and Marina Fening
Ambassador Keith Harper (Ret.)
Ritu Sharma
Richard Seifman
Jill Christianson
Edison W. Dick, Esq. 
 

Diplomatic Friend

Kristen Hecht
Lori Kaplan
Ellen McGovern
Loyce Pace

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Support UN Month

The United Nations Association of the National Capital Area (UNA-NCA) is one of the largest and most active chapters of UNA-USA. This Coffee Chat is part of a month-long celebration featuring special programs to celebrate the UN’s first 75 years and discuss what the next 75 should include.

 
EVENT SPONSORSHIP FEATURES

  • All sponsor logos are included on the event digital programs and website.
  • All sponsors are mentioned on UNA-NCA’s social media networks including Twitter and Facebook.
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08 October 2020

Graduate Fellows Program



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*In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Graduate Fellows Program faculty and staff are preparing an all-virtual format for the 2021 semester. We will continue to adapt our approach as necessary while prioritizing the safety of our Fellows as well as the accessbility of our programming.*

The deadline to apply has been extended until Thursday, October 15th, 2020 at 5pm.  Any applications submitted after this time will not be considered.

Background


With the help of over 2,000 members, volunteers, and supporters in the greater Washington D.C. area, the United Nations Association of the National Capital Area (UNA-NCA) works to build public knowledge, strengthen U.S.-UN relations, and aid the UN in achieving its goals. Within this larger framework, the mission of the Graduate Fellows Program (GFP) is to help Fellows develop an understanding of UN issues, policies, and organizations while assisting them in preparing for UN-related careers. Since its founding in 1991 by UNA-NCA, the Graduate Fellows Program has brought together the resources of UNA-NCA with over 500 students and 40 international public and non-governmental organizations.

The Graduate Fellows Program offers all graduate students studying at a university within the DC-Maryland-Northern Virginia (DMV) region the opportunity to participate; learning to view the world through a “UN lens” alongside like-minded peers, experienced faculty, and foreign affairs professionals. Please note that graduate students who are temporarily residing in the DMV region but attending a school outside of this region may also apply if granted preliminary approval by the Director. Part-time students, and student interns in the DC area who are employed in fields relevant to the Program are also welcome to apply.

Program seminars will focus on contemporary global issues related to the United Nations and will be supplemented by both mentoring opportunities as well as professional development support that draws upon UNA-NCA's extensive professional network. UNA-NCA’s access to the United Nations system of agencies, in addition to its diverse range of professional relationships, is a cornerstone of the GFP’s success.

Eligibility


UNA-NCA Graduate Fellows must be enrolled graduate students in the Washington Metropolitan Area studying international affairs, trade, development, or a discipline related to the United Nations.  Commitment of four hours per week is expected from each Fellow – 2 hours for the seminar and 2 hours for seminar preparation and career strategy and mentoring. Part-time students and interns, including young professionals in part-time employment in a related area, are especially encouraged to apply.  Students not from the Washington Metropolitan Area may apply with approval of the Graduate Fellows Program Director.

American citizenship is not a requirement and we encourage international students to apply!

The application has five parts:

  • The online application
  • A one page statement of interest for graduate fellowship program
  • A copy of the applicant's unofficial graduate transcript*
  • A letter of recommendation
  • An updated resume
*If you are currently in your first year of graduate school, so do not yet have a transcript, please provide a copy of your unofficial undergraduate transcript along with a current letter of enrollment for your graduate program

All supporting materials must be submitted in PDF format

Components of the UNA-NCA Graduate Fellows Program

We recognize that everyone must navigate this ongoing crisis in a manner that ensures their health and well-being. Therefore, if  in-person gatherings become a safe, viable option during the course of the 2021 spring semester, we will continue to provide accommodations for those not yet willing or able to attend, in-person.

Weekly Seminar

  • A weekly seminar held each Friday during the spring semester during which Fellows examine pressing global issues utilizing a ‘UN lens’ alongside prominent guest speakers from across the UN system. Whether seminars will be hosted in-person or via webinar during the upcoming spring semester will depend upon the evolving nature of the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Thematic areas include: 
    • Economic Development and Economic Policy
    • UN Budget and Finance
    • Gender
    • Human Rights, Education, and Social Development
    • Energy, Sustainable Development, and Climate Change
    • Conflict Prevention, Conflict Resolution, and Peacekeeping
    • Refugees and Migration
    • The UN’s Agenda 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • Fellows will be required to complete a series of readings/listenings/viewings prior to each seminar. We recognize that Fellows are likely to have a full course load in addition to a full-time or part-time professional commitment. With that in mind, GFP faculty pay close attention to the amount of time that weekly assignments require.

Professional Development 

  • Career support for Fellows will include sessions on career strategy, preparation and review of resumes, and mentor-matching arranged by UNA-NCA with seasoned professionals operating in fields relevant to Fellows’ interests. 
  • Other opportunities will include:
  • Free membership in the United Nations Association of the USA (UNA-USA) - A network of more than 180 chapters and divisions throughout the country comprised of people passionate about the mission of the United Nations.
  • Membership in the UNA-NCA Young Professionals Program, which includes invitations to networking events. Fellows must attend at least one UNA-NCA sponsored event during the Spring 2021 semester to earn a certificate of completion.
  • *Fellows may wish to participate in the Program for academic credit with their home university. UNA-NCA will gladly assist Fellows with such arrangements, including, if acceptable to the given university, offering Fellows the option of completing a term paper under faculty supervision in order to receive academic credit.* 

Certificate of Accomplishment 

Those who complete the program will be awarded a certificate by the UNA-NCA. 
 
Selection Process/Timetable

The UNA-NCA Fellows selection will be based upon a Fellow's application and an interview with a member of the UNA-NCA Graduate Fellows faculty.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Apply Today

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08 October 2020

Eleanor Roosevelt Virtual Happy Hour 2020


birthday_cake_eleanorJoin UNA-NCA's Human Rights Committee for a virtual happy hour in honor of Eleanor Roosevelt!

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Come join UNA-NCA members, staff, and volunteers for a happy hour celebrating Eleanor Roosevelt's birthday, the International Day of the Girl, the 75th Anniversary of the UN and the 72nd anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.  Dress up, dress down but come celebrate these signature achievements! This is a great opportunity to meet members, volunteers, and staff from UNA-NCA, as well as other DC, Maryland, and Northern Virginia folks interested in hot topics in international affairs, and get involved with issues you are passionate about!

This year, our virtual happy hour will feature guest speakers, a presentation of Eleanor Roosevelt's life and acomplishments, and an online trivia contest!

When:
 Thursday, October 8; 5:30 - 7:00 pm 

Where:
Virtual (Zoom)

Cost: Free, but registration is required

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30 September 2020

Make the Most Out of your UNA-NCA Membership!

 
Calling all members: new, prospective, longstanding, and returning, alike! 

Are you a new member of UNA-NCA for less than one year? Did you recently attend a UNA-NCA event such as the Coffee Chats or another Virtual Roundtable and are interested in learning more about the benefits of joining the organization? Or are you a returning or longstanding member of UNA-NCA who’s looking to (re)engage in the chapter? 

Please join UNA-NCA’s Vice Chair for Membership and Volunteer Engagement Kristen Hecht on Wednesday, September 30 from 12:30 - 1 pm ET for a 30-minute webinar followed by an optional ~15 minute meet & greet, where we’ll cover all the benefits of being (or becoming) a UNA-NCA member, ways to connect and network with other UNA members, upcoming events and opportunities (including the 75th anniversary of the United Nations!), and answer any questions you have about the organization!

When: Wednesday, September 30, 12:30 - 1 pm ET
Where: Online
Cost: Free, but registration is required

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22 September 2020

UNA-NCA Coffee Chat: Women Building Peace




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Join UNA-NCA for the kick-off of our Fall Coffee Chat series on September 22nd from 1:00-2:00pm EST with our Coffee Chat on Women Building Peace.

Senior leaders and local advocates will join us from around the world in an exploration of how women are driving peace and security agendas on the journey to forge lasting peace. 

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Featuring: 

Moderator Kimberly Weichel, CEO of Weichel & Associates
Kim is a passionate advocate for women and a global gender, leadership, cross cultural and development specialist with over 25 years’ experience directing international projects and organizations.  Kim has a diverse background working with UN agencies,  as well as with Canadian and US Government agencies, international educational organizations, NGO’s and consulting firms.  Kim is on the Advisory Council of UNA-NCA, was President of UNA San Francisco, and participates in the annual Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) at the UN. She has taught several courses on the UN at American University alongside Ambassador Don Bliss.  Kim is a published author of several books, as well as an educator, facilitator and trainer, mentor to young women, and advisor to NGO's.

Victoria Nyanjura, Founder of Women in Action for Women 
Victoria Nyanjura was abducted by the Lord’s Resistance Army when she was 14 years old. After 8 years in captivity, she returned with two children from her forced marriage to a rebel commander. Since returning, she has emerged as a prominent women’s activist in Uganda’s transitional justice deliberations, receiving numerous international awards (including the 2019 Ginetta Sagan Prize) for her work coordinating efforts of 500+ war-affected women to provide inputs into the Ugandan government’s post-conflict policy and program. Her work has resulted in the Parliament of Uganda unanimously passing a resolution to address the plight of women survivors of northern Uganda’s conflicts, and the adoption of a National Transitional Justice Policy that considers the unique gender justice needs of war-affected women and their children born out of conflict sexual violence. Victoria is the founder of Women in Action for Women, a Ugandan organization that improves the lives of women and youth through vocational skills training, business skills enhancement, and supports community governance structures. Victoria is a founding member of the Leadership Council for the Global Survivor Network, an international group of survivor leaders who desire and pursue safe communities through justice systems that protect the most vulnerable. Victoria holds a Masters in Global Affairs with a concentration in International Peace Studies from the University of Notre Dame. She currently works as a Global Partnerships Consultant at International Justice Mission.

Ursala Knudsen-Latta, Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL)
Ursala is the Legislative Representative for Peacebuilding at the Friends Committee on National Legislation. Ursala lobbies Congress to change U.S. foreign policy from an overly militarized and security-driven approach to one that prevents, mitigates, and transforms violent conflict and builds sustainable peace. Ursala received her B.A. in religions and theology from the University of Manchester (U.K.), where her research focused on religion and conflict in South Asia. She worked with the Anchorage Interfaith Council, and the North American Interfaith Network before graduating with a M.A. in International Peace and Conflict Resolution from American University. Prior to joining FCNL, Ursala was the Policy and Advocacy Coordinator for Saferworld’s Washington, D.C. office, where she advocated for U.S. foreign policy driven by the needs and interests of conflict-affected communities. She has facilitated advocacy strategy development workshops in Nepal, Kyrgyzstan, and Somalia with Saferworld’s country teams and partners. Ursala chaired the U.S. Civil Society Working Group for Women, Peace and Security for two terms and has previously worked at the Alliance for Peacebuilding.

Fatema Ahmadi, USIP Afghanistan 
Fatema Ahmadi works at the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) as the Peace Process Program Officer for a high-profile initiative with a wide range of beneficiaries from high-level Afghan women, journalists, and researchers, and stakeholders in the peace process in Afghanistan to the youth, communities’ influencers. Fatema leads different projects on peacebuilding including Synergizing Nonviolent Action and Peacebuilding (SNAP), which prepares young people from different backgrounds to initiate non-violent responses toward violent actions. Fatema also manages key partnerships focused on peace journalism and district-level social peace. Fatema's work brings women into the peacebuilding movement at a vital time in Afghanistan's negotiations with the Taliban. Fatema previously spearheaded the development of a national trafficking referral form and co-authored the first national TiP training manual for Afghanistan.  Prior to her work in anti-trafficking, Fatema earned a bachelor's degree in microbiology in Tehran. During that time, she worked with refugee children through the Child Labor Association and later with the UNHCR Afghan Refugee Health Insurance project. 










16 September 2020

Panel #3: Protecting and Advancing Data Privacy as We Battle Global Pandemics

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The final panel will be dedicated to the issue of health data privacy.

 

The participants will discuss topics such as: What are the strengths and weaknesses of existing data protection and privacy laws? How can the international community alleviate privacy concerns posed by COVID-19 contact-tracing technology?

 

Panelists:

 
When: Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Time: 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM EDT
Where: Zoom
Cost: Free

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09 September 2020

Charity in the Age of a Pandemic

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At a time when everyone around the world is grappling with unprecedented changes and challenges in their lives, one of the most fundamental values that continue to make positive changes in our lives is generosity. The inevitable quality of giving continues bringing individuals of all backgrounds regardless of their languages, ethnicities, races, faiths, opinions together across the globe. We have witnessed various shades of generosity as they are implemented as a means of standing together in unity. Whether that’s through educating ourselves on social issues, raising awareness about humanitarian causes, supporting communities through monetary contributions or reaching out to a neighbor next door or across the continents, every act of goodwill has touched people’s lives. In this time of uncertainty, there’s a fundamental truth that gives us hope – that together we can do extraordinary things. Together.

In 2012, September 5th was designated the “International Day of Charity” by the UN General Assembly to commemorate the anniversary of the passing away of Mother Teresa, who received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979 “for work undertaken in the struggle to overcome poverty and distress, which also constitute a threat to peace.” In this spirit, on September 9th, UNA-NCA and the Rumi Forum would like to invite you to a virtual panel highlighting how individual and/or collective initiatives keep us connected.

Featuring:

  • Katherine Marshall, Senior Fellow, Georgetown University Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs
  • Jerome Tennille, Manager, Social Impact & Volunteerism, Marriott International
  • Kim R. Ford, President & CEO, Martha`s Table

When: Wednesday, September 9, 6:00-7:00pm
Where: Online
Cost: Free, but registration is required

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