Archives for posts with tag: Beyonce

By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey with Susan Sacirbey contributing
The diplomat-artist is not just in the form of the personality of the Goodwill Ambassador but also the vision and presentation of the avant-garde of global citizens: Once you are in the water you’ll discover it is more than a pool but a sea of change. –Read MORE–

The Misconception About Feminism
By, Montclair Student Diplomat Brianna Deleon via Huffington Post
Feminism is a movement to establish equal economical, social, political rights for women. Feminism is for men & women. Feminists fight to close the wage gap. Feminists want women to feel safe against harassment & domestic violence. Feminism is not a dirty word. We need feminism. – Read MORE —
From Diplomat Artist: Montclair Student Diplomat Jennifer Posada describes how music can help make a difference & how the Global Citizen organization, partnered with the UN, has a very specific mission statement: to end extreme global poverty by 2030. -Read MORE –

From Diplomat Artist Buzz – Each year will most likely seek to bring global citizen action on another issue of shared concern, and this year is eliminating extreme poverty. — More — On the 2015 Global Citizen Festival

By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey via Huffington Post
Digital diplomacy has opened new avenues; & art, music, film, culture speak directly to the global citizen, the true constituency. Today’s diplomat may not be one but must perform their function with the sensibility of an artist. –MORE–


Do Songwriters & Composers Receive a Fair Share?
Diplomat Artist Buzz calling for action to reintroduce the Songwriter Equity Act. Songwriters, composers & music publishers rely on royalty income they earn through 2 separate rights: the right to publicly perform their music works, & the right to make & distribute mechanical reproductions of those works.

The UN is as much stage as platform for diplomatic exchange, & the Kremlin is no longer so keen keeping the curtain up.

with launch of ground-breaking campaign “The world needs more…” Join humanitarian partners, NGO’s, Beyonce, & NY Ad Agency Leo Burnett to literally turn words into aid.

Beyonce Knowles and Baroness Valerie Amos Head of UN Humanitarian Affairs are interviewed by Anderson Cooper at UNTV Studios.
World Humanitarian Day (19 August, 2012) is becoming a social media campaign focus with Beyonce’s involvement/endorsement.

DIPLOMAT ARTIST Blog Report: “I WAS HERE” – BEYONCE, By Ambassador Mo
In advance of World Humanitarian Day, Beyonce recorded before a live audience at and dedicated to the United Nations and global citizens the song “I Was Here.” She had the opportunity between rehearsals to meet and speak to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, or may be it was the other way around. –More–