United Nations ATOP Joins CoNGO Committee on Mental Health

United Nations ATOP Joins CoNGO Committee on Mental Health A Report on September 2011 Meeting Katherine Kaze The United Nations CoNGO Committee on Mental Health and the Health Committee met in collaboration on 8th September in the UN Center to present a symposium on “The Global Challenge of chronic Disease: Interaction of Physical and Mental… Continue reading >>

Child Welfare and Child’s Rights

United Nations Presentation on Child Welfare and Child’s Rights 9 June 2011 Jennifer De Mucci The CoNGO Committee on Child Rights held its monthly meeting on 9 June from 3:30pm-5:00pm in the 7th floor conference room at UNICEF. This meeting marked the final gathering of the committee until September. The meeting commenced with a presentation… Continue reading >>

General Assembly Distr.: General March 28th 2011

General Assembly Distr.: General 28 March 2011 Implementation of the Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS and the Political Declaration on HIV/AIDS Mobilizing for impact: five recommendations The present report contains the following five recommendations for all stakeholders: (a) Champion a prevention revolution that harnesses the energy of young people and the potential of new modes… Continue reading >>

ATOP UN Representatives

ATOP UN Representatives meet with Ambassador of Iraq to the UN United Nations, 24 February 2011 Dr. Ani Kalayjian On 24 of February the Committee on Spirituality, Values, and Global Concerns (CSVGC-NY) held its monthly membership meeting. CSVGC-NY honored the Ambassador of Iraq to the UN, His Excellency Mr. Hamid Al-Bayati. Ambassador Al-Bayati gave an… Continue reading >>

Civil Society Declaration for the UN High Level Meeting on AIDS

Civil Society Declaration for the UN High Level Meeting on AIDS ZERO DRAFT April 20, 2011 On April 8, 2011 over 400 civil society activists gathered in New York for a one-day hearing with UN Member States on progress toward reaching Universal Access to HIV treatment, prevention, care, and support.   This Civil Society Hearing took… Continue reading >>

UN 7th of April 2011: Symposium Press

Symposium on Preventing Genocide through Embracing our Ancestral DNA: Transforming Generationally Transmitted Restrictions of Ethnicity, Nationality and Belief Systems to Positive Lessons and Wisdom at the United Nations www.meaningfulworld.com 201-941-2266 Press release The Armenian American Society for Studies on Stress and Genocide (AASSSG) held its annual symposium on Preventing Genocide entitled, “ Embracing our Ancestral… Continue reading >>

UN Brief Report

ATOP Newsletter 2010 # Committee on Aging The Committee on Ageing (NY) held  its 24th General Meeting  at the United Nations Church Center, 777 UN Plaza (44th  Street & 1st Avenue), New York on 6 January 2011. The meeting was in preparation for the 49th Session of  the Commission for Social Development. The NGO Committee… Continue reading >>

United Nations General Assembly

The General Assembly circulated the Declaration at the 63rd Annual UN DPI/NGO Conference that took place in Melbourne 30 August to 1 September, 2010, as the official document A/65/525 for General Distribution, on 19 October 2010. For more details, please click here (pdf file) .

Sexualized Violence Against Iraqi Women By US Occupying Forces

A Briefing Paper OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT Prepared by Kristen McNutt, Researcher, Association of Humanitarian Lawyers Presented to The United Nations Commission on Human Rights 2005 Session March Geneva Contact: ied@igc.org Iraqi female detainees have been illegally detained, raped and sexually violated by United States military personnel. Women who stay at home in traditional roles… Continue reading >>

United Nations A/RES/3/217 A

General Assembly Distr: General 10 December 1948 Third session Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly [Part A of General Assembly resolution 217 (III). International Bill of Human Rights] 217 A (III). Universal Declaration of Human Rights Preamble Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the… Continue reading >>

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