As I’m sitting at my computer, writing this on World Water day (March 22, 2020), I’m very much aware of the discrepancies throughout our world, our shared planet.
Articles for United Nations
Due to uncertainties posed by the Corona Virus, the United Nations’ Commission on the Status of Women was scaled back to one day from nearly two weeks, with all NGO-related events cancelled.
Catholic nongovernmental organization representatives met with Pope Francis, December 7, during the IV World Forum of Catholic-inspired NGOs in Rome.
The UN has adopted the first resolution defining homelessness and asking countries to measure it.
We have a roadmap for our advocacy work ahead at the local, national and global levels.
A tangible energy pervaded the United Nations in New York during the recent 58th Commission for Social Development.
Over two years of advocacy at the United Nations are coming to fruition this week and next during the UN’s 58th Commission for Social Development.
We invite you to an event in which we are going to discuss Homelessness in the context of Catholic Theological Ethics.
I will be leaving the UN on February 14, 2020 when the negotiations of the UN resolution on homelessness will hopefully be pretty much finished.
For every Marcello there are many thousands more we haven’t met still sleeping on the streets. We’re advocates for all who are waiting for a place to call home.
At the United Nations, civil society recently focused on one specific means of warfare—lethal autonomous weapons (LAWS), also known as fully autonomous weapons or, more commonly, “killer robots.”
On January 2, Natalie Boon introduced you to the global survey/conversation that will take place for your participation. Here is a follow up to that article.