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THE UNITED NATIONS at 70: A New 2016 Economic Development Agenda and Changes of Leadership

  • April 12, 2016
  • 4:00 PM - 5:45 PM
  • SBCSS West End Educational Services Center 8265 Aspen Ave., Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730


  • Not member of World Affairs Council
  • high school or university. HS students should accompany their teacher.

All participants except students need to purchase a Great Decisions 2016 Briefing Booklet and red the article in advance of the session. Available from program facilitator worldaffairsCSUSB@gmai.com or from Foreign Policy Assoc. http://www.fpa.org/great_decisions/?act=gd_materials
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The UN at 70 with Dr. Kevin Grisham

On the eve of the international organization’s 70th birthday, the United Nations stands at a crossroads. 2015 marked a halfway point in the organization’s global effort to eradicate poverty, hunger and discrimination, as well as ensure justice and dignity for all peoples. But as the UN’s 193 member states look back at the success of the millennium development goals, they also must assess their needs for  sustainable development goals—a new series of benchmarks, which are set to expire in 2030. A ninth Secretary-General will be appointed in the near future as well. The next U.S. President will have quite a lot on his or her plate going into office but will have to keep the UN in mind as part of the equation.
Program Facilitator – Dr. Margaret Hill, Program Chair, WAC Inland Southern California

Before the session, please read Great Decisions 2016 briefing book article #7

Share the program flier: UNat70_4-12-16flier.pdf

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