December 2010

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The Communications Coordination Committee
for the United Nations (CCCUN)

CCCUN is a Non-Governmental Organization Founded in 1946
Invitation to a Panel Discussion and Co-sponsored by 

The Earth Society Foundation; Citizens for Global Solutions, Tri-State Chapter; We, The World (WE Campaign); WATUN; SERVAS International; Evergreen Foundation

Cross Cutting Issues in Human Rights 
and Global Well-Being

This program is in recognition of 2010 Human Rights Day and the achievements of human rights defenders and advocates. Speakers will address human rights from the perspective of discrimination of persons with disabilities, the right to health for women, access to clean water and a healthy environment, peace and security, international human rights law, and financing strategies and opportunities for development.

Thursday, December 2, 2010
1:00-3:15 PM Panel Discussion
3:15-4:00 PM Reception – Food and Refreshments
U.N. Church Center
777 United Nations Plaza, New York City, NY
44th Street and First Ave.
2nd Floor Conference Room
Please RSVP – See Below


Dr. Elizabeth Carll – President, Communications Coordination Committee for the United Nations ; Chair, UN NGO Committee on Mental Health; UN Representative, International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies 


Susanne Schmidt – Water Governance Specialist, Environment and Energy Group, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) – Water, Sanitation, and Human Rights

John Nania – Editor and Chief, The English-Language Editions of The Epoch Times, published in 17 languages & distributed in 33 countries – Freedom of the Press and Human Rights

Virginia Caraway BSN PHN CDDN - Florida State College at Jacksonville; Volunteer Nurse, Samaritan Free Clinic for the Uninsured – Women, Health, Mental Health and Human Rights

Robert Nagel - Chief Technology Officer, CCCUN; President and Founder, Blind Visions – Rights of Persons with Disabilities

Ugoji Eze, Esq - Attorney at Law- United Kingdom and Nigeria, International Human Rights Law – The Right to Water and Human Rights; Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict

Yuvan A. Beejadhur - Counsellor, The World Bank Group – Rethinking Development: Renaissance or Reform?

Q&A and Audience Discussion

The program is open to all. Please RSVP and include your complete name, email and tel number.  Planning Committee: Elizabeth Carll, Mary Carlin, Noema Chaplin, Caesar Gayoso, Rob Wheeler

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