Archives for posts with tag: children
From Diplomat Artist Buzz: Marking International Children’s Day this year in particular, November 20, 2015 — More —

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From Diplomat Artist: A committed friend & activist, Sharon Silber, asked me to share this link, “Act to Restore 2100” for World Food Day. It’s a wake-up call to take action & enlist the support & commitment from President Obama, Samantha Power, & USAID. –MORE–


From Diplomat Artist Buzz: Shakira is not just talking to the global citizen audience but on their behalf to global leaders & diplomats. While Shakira is a star of show business, her commitment is more than show. –MORE–

She Wore Black/ Audrey #Hepburn at the UN
By Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey
At the time of Audrey Hepburn’s passing, the diplomat-artist was excluded from active participation in the debates, but she was always there, speaking on behalf of the children by her presence.


Diplomat Artist Buzz: Peace Bell rings chords of peace in the Japanese Garden of the United Nations.

East African Albino Children Viciously Attacked & Targeted
Children facing education and social rejection, medical and psychological problems, and confinement to poverty are human rights concerns for albino children in East African countries including Tanzania, Malawi, and Burundi.

Diplomat Artist Buzz on “Safer Internet Day”. UN’s International Telecommunication Union (ITU) is offering a message of greater safety for children on the Internet, but could this translate into controls that undermine freedom & empower both democratic & despotic authorities?

Read more at Diplomat Artist Buzz: From current conflicts & humanitarian crises to ongoing education & health programs, many of the globe’s children are cheated of opportunity & even life.


UN Previews Film on Struggle for Education as Human Right
Diplomat Artist Buzz on “On the Way to School”
Education as a goal for all children versus the reality of the struggle for so many to realize this fundamental opportunity for a better life was the focus of a recent screening at the UN.…/

80% of all people with disabilities live in a developing country & 50% of them cannot afford health care. More than 100 million disabled persons are children & children with disabilities are almost four times more likely to experience violence than non-disabled children.