Archives for posts with tag: PopularCulture
From Diplomat Artist Buzz: Fond memories of a mid-1960’s TV and Oscar movie icon as well as champion of mental health. R.I.P. — More —
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By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey via Huffington Post
Reality can be stranger than fiction, but then music & film can be inspiration for the change & liberation of our minds from the conventional & conformism. – More – & YouTube Video of X Ambassadors “Renegades”

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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.
http://diplomatartist.com/she-wore-black-audrey-hepburn-at-un/

DIPLOMAT ARTIST Report: UN IN POPULAR CULTURE – THE ELITE TO HUMAN RIGHTS, By Ambassador Mo
Celebrating the establishment of the United Nations, “UN Day Concerts” became part of the scene relatively early. They attracted an elite guest list as well as elite of artistic/music community. The “Human Rights Day” Concert signaled growing involvement of UN directly with the global citizen & her/his rights as well as multilateral home for globe’s states. –MORE & UN ARCHIVE PHOTO COLLECTION–
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/un-in-popular-culture-the-elite-to-human-rights/54842Image

Blog Report: UN BACKED FILM CONTEST/FESTIVAL, By Ambassador Mo
Reluctance that was more like protocol elitism has now come around to an embrace of popular culture & social media in promoting work & visibility of the United Nations & related institutions/initiatives.  The United Nations Forum on Forests Secretariat, together with Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival & leading nature filmmakers worldwide, invite you to take part in a 1st-ever global multimedia initiative. –More–
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/un-backed-film-contestfestival/54732Image

Blog Report: UN’S HOLLYWOOD PREMIER, By Ambassador Mo
“North by Northwest”, Alfred Hitchcock’s immortal thriller with Cary Grant was the UN’s first big coming out in popular culture. With film, television, radio rapidly evolving back then, the future was already being scripted:  diplomacy would no longer be merely about protocol as much as it is about reaching the public consciousness. Social media only intensifies the scrutiny but also opportunity. –More–
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/the-uns-hollywood-premier/54675Image

UNdiplomatic TV Blog Report: (IN)FAMOUS UN MOMENTS IN POPULAR CULTURE, By Ambassador Mo
License to kill gophers by the government of the United Nations,” from “Caddyshack” film starring Bill Murray as the bumbling groundskeeper Carl Spackler. The United Nations in popular culture is largely missing.  Many see the UN as a world government, but it is not. Irreverence though is perhaps the best route to the common touch. –More–
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/infamous-un-moments-in-popular-culture/54551Image