Archives for posts with tag: UNESCO
By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey via DiplomatArtist.com The International Criminal Court has taken the first steps toward prosecuting those who not only commit serious crimes against cultural, religious and historical heritage but also against our environment and animals.
 
By, Susan Sacirbey via DiplomatArtist.com
The Indigenous have much to teach us. Respect and honor for their way of life will be the building blocks for a more sustainable future. Our lives depend on each other. — MORE —
By Susan Sacirbey via DiplomatArtist.com
To shape a different global future in a world facing unprecedented humanitarian challenges — (130 million people in desperate need to survive) — relief activists and celebrities joined UNSG, Ban Ki-moon and the President of Turkey for this seminal two-day summit. — Read MORE —
 
From Diplomat Artist Buzz: Sir Peter Ustinov will perhaps be best remembered for his work on behalf of children. Unlike one of his most memorable character portrayals of Nero fiddling while Rome burned, the character of the person & legacy is of generous giving of self for the betterment of our world. –More —
 
From Diplomat Artist Buzz: Palestinian Refugees’ lives & experiences are preserved in “Long Journey” through diplomacy & art traveling exhibition.
Wishes for More Tolerant 2016 & Actions?
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From Susan Sacirbey & Diplomat Artist Buzz: Contributing factors in the denominator include child marriage, gender-based violence in the classroom, social barriers, and entrenched discriminatory norms. – MORE –
http://diplomatartist.com/half-of-the-globes-countries-get-a-failing-grade/