For the sake of our national security and the basic dignity of every human being, we need to respond to the Assad regime’s use of chemical weapons on the Syrian people: http://at.wh.gov/oE5mS
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U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power discusses the conflict in Syria, focusing on the Assad regime’s use of chemical weapons against Syrian citizens and the Obama administration’s case for targeted military strikes. The Center for American Progress hosts this event.
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Are you interested in a career on the front lines of today’s most pressing global issues, perhaps at the UN or another international organization? Check out the new and improved International Organization Careers website and learn more about these exciting and varied opportunities on DipNote!
Fifty years after Martin Luther King Jr’s landmark “I Have a Dream” speech, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says that MLK’s “great goals and the global mission of the United Nations are one and the same.” Video recorded for the The Dream at 50 project.
Join us in congratulating Liberia as it celebrated 10 years of peace this week!
“Guns in the hands of young people have been replaced by pens and school books. Refugees have returned home with hope for the future, and schools are opening their doors across the nation, to educate future generations of leaders.”
Find out more: http://bit.ly/14Dh0fo
Image credit: United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL)
What is it like to be an aid worker? For World Humanitarian Day you’ll get a chance to find out.
Join a live Google+ Hangout hosted by SoulPancake with representatives from UN agencies and NGOs, UN Humanitarian Chief Valerie Amos, and special guests.
Take part here: http://bit.ly/WHDhangout
What do you want the United States to stand for in the world?
Ambassador Samantha Power asks this very question in her #WhatMatters speech to more than 1,500 young activists at the Invisible Children’s Fourth Estate Leadership Summit. You can watch the highlights here and read more about her first speech as the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations on DipNote.