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.
All children have a right to safe schools!
SHARE this UNICEF image and find out more here: http://uni.cf/endviolence #ENDviolence
Applications are now being accepted for the next U.S. Youth Observer at the United Nations! Interested in applying, but want to know more? Check out YO! a UN Association documentary on Brooke Loughrin’s experience as the first-ever U.S. Youth Observer at the UN » http://bit.ly/15IjlrZ
Check out these cool UN Photos from today’s UN Security Council Ministerial Debate on the Great Lakes Region.
UNICEF has launched new report about female genital mutilation/cutting that looks at data from 29 countries over the past 20 years. Overall, support for the practice is declining - even in countries where FGM/C is widespread, such as Egypt and Sudan.
Join us in celebrating Nelson Mandela International Day and find ideas for how you can take action and inspire change at http://j.mp/jzCBwS.
Share this image to say you stand for freedom, justice and democracy.
"Any country, any society which does not care for its children is no country at all."
Our UNICEF colleagues have shared this special video ahead of Thursday’s Nelson Mandela International Day.
You can honour his legacy by spending 67 minutes in service.
LIVE Today at 9:30 AM EDT - Malala Yousufzai speaks at the United Nations on education. Watch her remarks http://webtv.un.org.