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Faith Leaders Webinar with State Department This Week 

12 January 2016

The Paris Agreement reached at COP 21 represented an important step forward in the fight against climate change, with faith communities from around the world stepping forward more than ever in support of a strong agreement. On Friday, January 15, from 2:00-3:00 pm ET, join us for a faith leaders’ webinar and conference call for […]

Woman of Courage 2016!

4 January 2016

UNANIMA is proud to announce that the recipient of our 2016 Woman of Courage Award is Meera Karunananthan! Meera was born in Sri Lanka and educated in Quebec, Canada, and is truly a global citizen with a global conscience. Fearlessly, she led a two-year global coalition for the human right to water to be named […]

Input for Civil Society Forum

4 January 2016

Each year before the Commission for Social Development, the NGO committee hosts a Civil Society Forum. In 2016 the Forum will be on February 1-2, hosted jointly by UNDESA-DSPD, the NGO CSocD, and the New York Office of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES). In order to attend, please register here at  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2016csf  While the Priority Theme of […]

Intern Reports

4 January 2016

Our fantastic fall interns, Susan and Amila, had some final words before they return to Australia and Sri Lanka. Here are their reports on their time in New York.   FROM AMILA: My experience with UNANIMA International has given me life and hope, and helped me to feel closer to millions of people who struggle […]

COP 21

4 January 2016

COP21 was a truly global moment for ending climate change. Stacy Hanrahan CND, Barbara Spears SNJM, and Michele Morek OSU represented UNANIMA (picture) After years in the making and a final two weeks in Paris, 195 countries agreed to an ambitious agreement which you can access here: http://unfccc.int/resource/docs/2015/cop21/eng/l09r01.pdf The target of allowing a temperature increase […]

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