united-nations:

Call for all bloggers who love to travel!
Why not participate in World Tourism Organization (UNWTO)’s Blogger Competition for this year’s World Tourism Day on 27 September under the theme “Tourism and Community Development”?
The author of the winning post will be invited to a round trip to Mexico, with the opportunity to visit local community projects.

The competition is open from 24 June to 15 August.
Find out more at: http://j.mp/1v25DKR

united-nations:

Call for all bloggers who love to travel!

Why not participate in World Tourism Organization (UNWTO)’s Blogger Competition for this year’s World Tourism Day on 27 September under the theme “Tourism and Community Development”?

The author of the winning post will be invited to a round trip to Mexico, with the opportunity to visit local community projects.

The competition is open from 24 June to 15 August.

Find out more at: http://j.mp/1v25DKR

united-nations:

The UN Environment Assembly (UNEA) is taking place in Nairobi, Kenya this week.  Illegal Wildlife trade is the 3rd largest illicit trade in the world and is estimated to be worth $15–20 billion annually. UNEA sets the agenda to combat Wildlifecrime. Learn more at: http://www.unep.org/unea/wildlife.asp

united-nations:

The UN Environment Assembly (UNEA) is taking place in Nairobi, Kenya this week.

Illegal Wildlife trade is the 3rd largest illicit trade in the world and is estimated to be worth $15–20 billion annually. UNEA sets the agenda to combat Wildlifecrime.

Learn more at: http://www.unep.org/unea/wildlife.asp

exchangealumni:

Today is the International Day of United Nations Peacekeepers #PKDay! The United Nations recently named its first female Force Commander in a United Nations peacekeeping operation

According to the United Nations, women in peacekeeping operations have made a positive impact on peacekeeping environments, both in supporting the role of women in building peace and protecting women’s rights

Why do you think it is important to have female peacekeepers?

Tomorrow is UN Peacekeepers Day!
united-nations:

Less than a week to go to UN Peacekeepers Day! Get updates from UN Peacekeeping between now and 29 May and find out why peacekeeping is a force for the future here!

Tomorrow is UN Peacekeepers Day!

united-nations:

Less than a week to go to UN Peacekeepers Day! Get updates from UN Peacekeeping between now and 29 May and find out why peacekeeping is a force for the future here!

usengageun:

Join the daily, live digital conversation starting today until May 23 and talk directly with experts from the World Health Organization (WHO) and others about the greatest health challenges facing our world today >http://bit.ly/1so39VE #SocialGood #WHA67

usengageun:

Join the daily, live digital conversation starting today until May 23 and talk directly with experts from the World Health Organization (WHO) and others about the greatest health challenges facing our world today >http://bit.ly/1so39VE #SocialGood #WHA67

usengageun:

Meet the UN’s First Female Force Commander
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (right) meets with Major General Kristin Lund of Norway, whom he has appointed as Force Commander of the UN Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP). On assuming her duties in August, General Lund will become the first-ever female Force Commander in UN history.

UN Photo/Mark Garten

usengageun:

Meet the UN’s First Female Force Commander

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (right) meets with Major General Kristin Lund of Norway, whom he has appointed as Force Commander of the UN Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP). On assuming her duties in August, General Lund will become the first-ever female Force Commander in UN history.
UN Photo/Mark Garten
united-nations:


"The targeting of children and schools is against international law and cannot be justified under any circumstances,” said Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in a statement.  
He is deeply concerned about the fate of schoolgirls recently abducted in Nigeria and shares the anguish of the families of the girls and the people of Nigeria at this traumatic time. He pledges the continued commitment of the UN in supporting Nigeria’s efforts to tackle internal challenges.

united-nations:

"The targeting of children and schools is against international law and cannot be justified under any circumstances,” said Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in a statement. 

He is deeply concerned about the fate of schoolgirls recently abducted in Nigeria and shares the anguish of the families of the girls and the people of Nigeria at this traumatic time.

He pledges the continued commitment of the UN in supporting Nigeria’s efforts to tackle internal challenges.