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Brahma Kumaris invites One-Minute Video from Young Leaders around the World

5 August 2020

Divine Brother/ Sister,

Kindly accept greetings of peace from Madhuban.

 

The 12th of August is International Youth Day. The theme for this year declared by the UN is "Youth Engagement for Global Action". In this context, the Brahma Kumaris have designed a unique platform for all youth to raise their voices of meaningful actions.

 

Participants will be encouraged to answer these simple questions:-

Imagine you have the opportunity to be a great leader...

Whether it’s in your local place, your country or even a world leader!

You are given one decision to make, in your role as a leader.

 

1) Which problem will you like to solve?

2) What is your priority decision?  

3) What constructive actions will it take to bring your decision into reality?

And finally, participants will be requested to create a short video (up to one minute) sharing their responses.

 

Instruction for the video :

 "Hello I am ROHIT, I support Youth4GlobalAction.

 As a leader (XYZ minister of My country)( XYZ leader of Global Organisations, UN Bodies)(Leading XYZ department of my local community)

My message ... THANKS."

 

Note:-

Videos can be in Hindi or English.

Videos can be sent by Youth from teenage to 35 years of age,

Videos can be sent by BK youth also but in color clothes.

 

All Videos must reach awakeningtv8@gmail.com by 3rd of August.

 

We hope your divine motivation and guidance will encourage BK youth and Youth in contact to share their ideas on screen. The compilation of these videos will be showcased on the 12th of August on Awakening TV.

 

Please see the promo in English and Hindi.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pTUW2dsLOqc  (Hindi)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8_C5zmkQlI   (English)

 

In Godly Service,

BK Karuna

 

 

 

 

 

Jul. 16, Mercy: third in a series of 15 mins. meditation in a virtual UN Meditation Room

14 July 2020

Dear Friends,

 

We are pleased to inform you the third 15 minute meditation on Karuna (compassion) Response to Corona (virus) will be premiered on Thursday, July 16, at 6:45pm EST. We invite you to join us as we focus on Mercy.

 

 

Download flier here

 

Please subscribe to the channel to receive notifications of upcoming meditations.

 

 

 

 

Time Sensitive - Youth Essay Competition, ages 15-29

25 June 2020

Youth Essay Competition: Ages 15-29.

Dear NCs and CCs,

 

Greetings of Peace. Even though this doesn't give the youths much time, we still encourage you to share with them this opportunity to serve.


The United Nations Secretary-General’s Envoy on Youth (OSGEY), the Under-Secretary-General and Special Adviser to the Secretary-General on the Commemoration of the United Nations’ 75th Anniversary and Devex, are excited to announce the launch of an Essay Competition for the best essay by a young person on the topic ‘The Future We Want, The UN We Need’.

 

The deadline for submissions is 29 June, 2020.

Young people are asked to share their views and suggestions about the UN’s future role by answering the question: Within the context of the “new normal” that has unfolded post-COVID-19, and as we plan and re-build to recovery, what does the future of the UN look like to you?


More Information, click here

 

 

 

Updates: with translation: UN Yoga Day initiative for BK youth and young adults

7 June 2020

Dear NC and CC’s,

As per our previous message regarding the project called ‘Yogis - Linking Living Lights, to celebrate International Yoga Day and the UN 75th year, we would now like to share the translated materials of the project in Spanish, French and Portuguese. We appreciate that the project is time sensitive and appreciate your patience in waiting for these. Please circulate to all BK youth in your region needing these languages.

 

Download Linking Living Lights Spanish

Download Linking Living Lights French

Download Linking Living Lights Portuguese

 

SUBTITLING:

Please note that for those video clips which will be recorded in their local languages (ie NOT ENGLISH), we would need the following:

  1. An original raw video clip of the Youth Speaker
  2. Document of the translation text for subtitle.
  3. A reference video clip created by the Youth Speaker with the subtitle inserted in it. This video clip is for our reference to insert the subtitle.

 

We are requesting the above 3 files so that we can create a same, unified style and pattern of all the subtitles according to the Youth event theme.

 

Very important are extra guidelines for shooting an effective 3 minute video Download here.

 

The following souls from part of the support team who will be guiding the BK youth in their region:

Br Saurabh (USA - North America)
Sr Nora (Canada - North America)
Br Augusto (Brazil - South America)
Sr Maria (Colombia - South America)
Sr Stefania (Iceland - Europe)
Br Minal (UK - Europe)
Br Chandan (Belgium)
Br Piyush (Dubai - Middle East)
Br Andrew and Sr Priya (Kenya - Africa)
Br Bhanu (India IYF)
Sr Aganita (Malaysia - Asia Pacific)
Sr Lauren (Australasia)
Br Sathesh (Australasia)

 

If you have any questions please email: iyf@brahmakumaris.org 
Many thanks again for your support and co-operation.

 

In Baba’s yaad
BK Gayatri and BK Gopi

 

Previous information if needed:

Click on the banner and pdf download links for more information

 

 

Linking Living Lights_Central page download pdf

Preparation Guidelines download pdf

 

 

 

 

Kindness: Second in series of 15 mins. meditation in a virtual UN Meditation Room

5 June 2020

 

Dear Friends,

 

Join us tomorrow, Thursday, June 4, at 6:45pm EST, for the second in a series of 6 15-minute meditation in a virtual UN Meditation Room on a Karuna (compassion) Response to Corona (virus). The focus is on Kindness.

 

 

 

Download flier here

 

 

 

 

 

Time Sensitive:  UN Yoga Day initiative for BK youth and young adults

3 June 2020

Dear NC’s and CC’s,

 

Om shanti and loving greetings. We would very much like you to give your support to a global initiative, ‘Yogis - Linking Living Lights’, in partnership with the BK International Youth Forum to celebrate International Yoga Day and UN 75th year.

 

It would be important to have your country represented, so please do take the time to read this email and forward it to all BK youth and young adults in your area and region (pls translate into your local language so that the youths are able to grasp clearly the intention and preparation needed for this initiative. Note: French, Spanish and Portuguese translations are already underway and will be with you shortly.

 

Click here for Invitation Video

 

This is an invitation to all BK youth and young adults between the ages of 13 - 40 from around the world to come together as a united force, to set our world aglow on International Yoga Day. A 3 minute video of live reflection/meditation/creative expression is required from each BK Young Adult to be put together into a 24 hr meditation/yoga/giving sakaash experience for the world starting 20th June midnight and ending 21st June midnight.

 

Click here to register

 

Ideally, we would like youths from all 193 countries of the UN, but we could settle for 75 countries, to honor the UN anniversary.

 

Click here for how to prepare for this initiative.

 

We would like the videos to carry ‘shiv-shakti’ power to the world. So we are requesting participants to specially prepare themselves before creating their authentic spiritual expressions through video. (Language of Expression: English would be first preference however if the local language is the comfortable medium, then that is fine too and we especially request translated text in English to offer as subtitles.) For your information, the United Nations recognizes 6 official languages: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish.

 

Click here for guidelines for producing an effective 3 minute video.

 

Deadline date for submission of videos11 June 2020 or before. (Time needed to produce the show for 21 June!)

Promotion of the event:

We will be sending you a pack of ‘media’ materials within the next week, which is being prepared by the BK young adults, for you to customize the event to your country and promote it using your social media outlets.

 

The following souls form part of the support team who will be guiding the BK youth in their region.

 

Br Saurabh (USA - North America)
Sr Nora (Canada - North America)
Br Augusto (Brazil - South America)
Sr Maria (Colombia - South America)
Sr Stefania (Iceland - Europe)
Br Minal (UK - Europe)
Br Chandan (Belgium)
Br Piyush (Dubai - Middle East)
Br Andrew and Sr Priya (Kenya - Africa)
Br Bhanu (India IYF)
Sr Aganita (Malaysia - Asia Pacific)
Sr Lauren (Australasia)
Br Sathesh (Australasia)

 

If you have any questions please email: iyf@brahmakumaris.org 


Many thanks in advance for your support and co-operation.

 

In Baba’s yaad

 

BK Gayatri and BK Gopi

 

Click on the banner and pdf download links for more information

 

 

Linking Living Lights_Central page download pdf

 

Preparation Guidelines download pdf

 

 

 

 

March - April 2020 Newsletter

14 April 2020

Dear National Coordinators, Center Coordinators and friends,

 

As you are all aware, due to COVID 19 global pandemic, we are all observing the stay-at-home, work-from-home guideline, resulting in the cancellation of one of the largest international conferences, Commission on the Status of Women, along with all other events scheduled to take place at UNHQ. The last in-person event was the celebration of International Women's Day after which, UN and many NGOs are now hosting events online, including the BKUN office.


Please see below a brief synopsis of what took place, information regarding UN 75th. anniversary, and what is ongoing.

 

 

March 4

The spotlight of this decade is on action and mobilization of youth to achieve the Global Goals by 2030. The United Nations Department of Global Communications and Friendship Ambassadors Foundation joined hands to support the UN Decade of Action, placing particular focus on youth. The Decade of Action aims to provide a framework and call-to-action for all sectors of society, targeting three levels suggested by the Secretary-General: global action, local action, and people action.


The event focused on:
* strengthening youth engagement in UN priority areas, including UN@75.
* ideas and solutions for action to accelerate the achievement of the Global Goals.
* youth participation in platforms and discussion at local and national levels. We encourage you to mobilize youth in your contact in supporting this decade. Watch event
here

 

An equal world is an enabled world. “I am Generation Equality: Realizing Women’s Rights”

Friday, March 6

The IWD 2020 celebration took place with great enthusiasm in the General Assembly Hall, even though the event was restricted to only UN grounds pass holders, however, the general public were able to watch online. The observance, moderated by Sade Baderinwa of WABC News, celebrated the next generations of women and girl leaders and gender equality activists, together with women’s rights advocates and visionaries on whose shoulders they stand. There were also performances by Grammy award winner and Goodwill Ambassador for the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Angélique Kidjo, and the Broadway Singers.

 

Watch event here.

 

Grammy award performer (UN photo: E. Debebe)

 

Sade Baderinwa, WABC

 

Broadway Singers

 

 

A Women's Circle: Cultivating our Inner Connection

March 12.

Due to the cancellation of the conference, instead of the planned workshop on Strategies to Create a Peaceful Mind in Times of Conflict, a simple meditation session was organized by BKUN Office for a limited number of friends. Uplifting words by Dadi Janki and a lovely poem by Maya Angelou were read out followed by silent reflection and heartfelt sharing.
To learn more on the commission,
click here

 

 

April 5

First ever, International Day of Conscience (IDC) resolution was adopted by the UN in July 2019 and is inspired by article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which states, "all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights, are endowed with reason and conscience, and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood." It aims to promote a culture of peace based on a set of values, attitudes and behaviors inspired by the principles of freedom, justice, democracy, human rights, tolerance, and solidarity.

 

The current COVID-19 pandemic, which is affecting people and communities across the entire globe, does not recognize boundaries or frontiers, and affects us all, regardless of race, nationality, religion, ethnicity or gender. This global pandemic necessitates a global solution.

 

We are part of a human family, connected and bound by something far more powerful and significant than what divides us — our love and our conscience.


IDC was launched virtually and you are invited to watch it here

 

 

World Health Day: Year of the Nurse and the Midwife 2020

Tuesday, April 7

World Health Organization (WHO) and partners including, the International Confederation of Midwives (ICM), International Council of Nurses (ICN), Nursing Now and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), in a year-long effort to celebrate the work of nurses and midwives, co-hosted an online event. What better time than during the COVID 19 global pandemic to recognize the dedication of healthcare professionals!!

 

 

Celebrating United Nations 75th Anniversary

UN@75

A golden opportunity to share our thoughts on how we see the UN in the next 25 years, the United Nations is igniting a people’s debate, UN75, to mark its 75th anniversary in 2020. Launched by UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, it promises to be the largest and furthest-reaching global conversation ever on building the future we want. The UN is circulating a survey encouraging everyone to take it. Please take the survey and we appreciate it if you send this out to all your contacts and friends whom you feel may be interested.

 

Take survey.

 

Ongoing at BKUN

Weekly Meditation

The weekly Thursday evening meditation is continuing virtually with a small group of UN contacts and friends.


As a means of continued spiritual support, they are invited to join the ongoing weekday evening meditation that is being offered at BK centers.

 


RCNGO Meetings

BK Julia, BK UN Representative and the newly appointed Vice-Chair of CRNGOs, was a panelist at a meeting organized by the Committee of Religious NGOs (CRNGOs) at the United Nations called "Preparing for COP26: An interfaith consultation."

 

 

UN International Observances Celebrated by the Brahma Kumaris

International Days

Kindly make a special note of these dates so that events can be organized to celebrate or honor them. As usual, we appreciate a brief report and photos for the facebook page and the blog


You are welcome to browse this website for updates on themes and other information and international days you may wish to observe.

 

March 8 International Women's Day
March 20 International Day of Happiness
April 5 International Day of Conscience
April 7 World Health Day
April 22 International Earth Day
May 15 International Day of Families
June 5 World Environment Day
June 21 International Day of Yoga
August 12 International Youth Day
August 19 World Humanitarian Day
September 21 International Day of Peace
October 1 International Day of Older Persons
October 2 International Day of Non-violence
November 15 World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims
November 16 International Day of Tolerance
December 3 International Day of Persons with Disabilities
December 10 Human Rights Day

 

International Weeks:

February 1 - 7 World Interfaith Harmony Week

 

 

 

 

"Spiritual Challenges of Corona": Online INTERVIEW WED. APRIL 8th. 7:30 AM (EDT)

7 April 2020

Spiritual Challenges of Corona

Dear Friends,

You are invited to watch Rabbi Alon Goshen-Gottstein in conversation with BK Sr. Jayanti on the "Spiritual Challenges of Corona"

 

Watch on facebook live


WED April 8th (7:30 AM EDT)

 

 

Sister Jayanti Kirpalani is the European Director of the Brahma Kumaris, with over 50 years of experience of Raja Yoga Meditation and its practical application in daily life. Her gentle voice and profound insights on spiritual solutions to everyday problems have touched the hearts of thousands around the world.

 

Rabbi Alon Goshen-Gottstein is a scholar of Jewish studies and a theoretician and activist in the domain of interfaith dialogue. He is founder and director of the Elijah Interfaith Institute since 1997.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KARUNA RESPONSE to the CORONAVIRUS: message from BK Sr. Mohini

24 March 2020

 

Dear family and friends,

 

BK Mohini Panjabi, President, Brahma Kumaris in the USA, Regional Coordinator, Brahma Kumaris network in the Americas and the Caribbean, shared some insights in response to the coronavirus:

 

Karuna comes from the Sanskrit kara, meaning “to do,” or “to make.” Karuna is the highest level of compassion and is comprised of six basic spiritual virtues latent in the soul. These latent virtues are transmitted from the living beings, souls, through the spiritual trajectory of awareness, attitude, vision, and action. These virtues live as vibrational frequencies in the soul, and their expression forms a living system of interrelationships that connects us in the experience of life.


Karuna is like a satellite that emits the frequencies of love, kindness, mercy, forgiveness, non-violence, and generosity. Read more.

 

 

 

UN February Newsletter

14 March 2020

Dear National Coordinators, Center Coordinators, and friends,

Greetings of love.

 

We invite you to read news of the 10th anniversary of World Interfaith Harmony Week and the 58th Session on the Commission for Social Development (CSocD58).

 

 

10th Anniversary Celebration

An auspicious time for faith-based traditions to come together and discuss how we can collectively harmonize to bring about world harmony. Brahma Kumaris participated in a few events to observe this year's celebration. Read full report here and here

Ribbon tying ceremony at UN Church Center

BK Noni meeting the President of Peru

BK Julia sharing on climate and interfaith

BK Sabita sharing a meditation on climate action

 

Affordable housing and social protection systems for all to address homelessness.

February 10 - 19, 2020

Over the years, the Brahma Kumaris has actively participated in this conference. This year, a BK delegation of 8 organized a workshop, read out an oral statement (Time 2.56.16 to 2.59.28), and a written paper on the topic Open Hearts Create Warm Hearths: Shifting the Paradigm to End Homelessness With Respect and Compassion, is published on the CSocD website

 

BK delegation: Kinnari Murthy PhD, Valerie Still, Shivani Dayal, Nik Lal, Bhrugu Yagnik PhD, Nidhi Shukla, Karen Perusse, and Sabita Geer, with Gayatri Naraine as Spiritual Resource.

BK Nidhi meeting with ED Jean Quinn, SOPHIA Housing

workshop flier

BK team in planning mode

 

The BK delegation also attended a number of side events organized by various Missions and UN Agencies. Read report here

 

 

Ongoing at the BKUN Office

Despite everyone's busy schedules, weekly one hour meditation is continuing with a small group of BKs along with regular Thursday evening meditation with friends of the BKs. There have been visits from Perry Ellis Inc., other friends of the BKs, and meetings with various committees the BKs are involved in. Additionally, one-on-one meditation course is offered to interested persons. This year, a special evening was organized to celebrate Shiv Jayanti.


There has been many conversations around UN@75 which will be shared in later newsletters.

SG UN in conversation with youth on UN@75.

 

UN International Observances Celebrated by the Brahma Kumaris

International Days

Kindly make a special note of these dates so that events can be organized to celebrate or honor them. As usual, we appreciate a brief report and photos for the facebook page and the blog


You are welcome to browse this website for updates on themes and other information and international days you may wish to observe.

 

February 11 International Day for Women and Girls in Science
March 8 International Women's Day
March 20 International Day of Happiness
April 7 World Health Day
April 22 International Earth Day
May 15 International Day of Families
June 5 World Environment Day
June 21 International Day of Yoga
August 12 International Youth Day
August 19 World Humanitarian Day
September 21 International Day of Peace
October 1 International Day of Older Persons
October 2 International Day of Non-violence
November 16 International Day of Tolerance
November 18 World Day of Remebrance for Road Traffic Victims
December 3 International Day of Persons with Disabilities
December 10 Human Rights Day

 

International Weeks:

February 1 - 7 World Interfaith Harmony Week

 

 

 

 

UNEP: Young Champions of the Earth Contest

8 March 2020

Dear family and friends,

 

We are pleased to share with you the news and all associated digital assets of the 2020 launch of UNEP's flagship youth initiative, Young Champions of the Earth 

 

For the 4th year running, UNEP is calling on 18-30-year-old innovators to submit their creative solutions to the world’s most pressing environmental challenges.

 

Representing every global region, seven applicants with the most promising solutions will be recognized as Young Champions of the Earth – the world’s preeminent environmental honour for young people. Each winner will receive seed funding, mentorship and participation in a high-level UN meeting and global publicity.

 

How to apply: Applications can be submitted in 7 UN languages via a portal on the Young Champions website. The deadline for submissions is 10 April 2020 (see here for a complete timeline).

 

‘If you choose to submit under Brahma Kumaris, we would appreciate it if you share with BKUN office your “creative solution” via email before submitting. Thank you.’

 

 

Young Champions of the Earth launch 2020 video

 

Links to all launch posts on social media

Facebook

Twitter

Instagram

LinkedIn

 

 

 

February - April 2020 UN Calendar of Events

7 February 2020

Dear National Coordinators, Center Coordinators and friends,

 

A new decade dawned as we enter the new year bringing with it uncertainties, yet hope; chaos, yet an air of stability and silence that come with January.


February brings a flavor of diversity as we celebrate World Interfaith Harmony Week and participate in the Commission for Social Development. The month of March reminds us of women's and girls' empowerment and of happiness, while April draws our attention to global health and Mother Earth.


Please find below more details and we encourage you to arrange programs to raise awareness around these observances.

 

10th Anniversary Celebration

February 1 - 7

More so now than ever before, there's a need for faith traditions to come together and demonstrate that at the core of all faith systems is the recognition that we are in this together, and that we need to love and support one another to live in harmony and peace in an environmentally sustainable world.

 

You are encouraged to organize events to celebrate 10 years of observing interfaith harmony. We look forward to receiving news with photos. For more information, visit website

 

Meditation Room, UNHQ, with a group of faith leaders

 

Interfatih Event, 2019

 

 

Affordable housing and social protection systems for all to address homelessness.

February 10 - 20, 2020

Over the years, the Brahma Kumaris has actively participated in this conference. This year, a BK delegation of 8 is co-facilitating a workshop, preparing an oral statement, and a written paper on the topic Open Hearts Create Warm Hearths: Shifting the Paradigm to End Homelessness With Respect and Compassion, is published on the CSocD website 

 

BK delegation: Kinnari Murthy PhD, Valerie Still, Shivani Dayal, Nik Lal, Bhrugu Yagnik PhD, Nidhi Shukla, Karen Perusse, and Sabita Geer.

 

An equal world is an enabled world. “I am Generation Equality: Realizing Women’s Rights”

Sunday, March 8

The IWD 2020 campaign theme, #EachforEqual is drawn from a notion of 'Collective Individualism.' Individually, we're all responsible for our own thoughts and actions - all day, every day. We can actively choose to challenge stereotypes, fight bias, broaden perceptions, improve situations and celebrate women's achievements. Our individual actions, conversations, behaviors and mindsets have an impact on our larger society.


Collectively, we can make change happen. Collectively, we can each help to create a gender equal world. We are all parts of a whole.

 

More information here.

 

We look forward to receiving news, in writing and pictures, of event/s you have organized in your communities.

 

 

Beijing+25: Realizing Gender Equality and the Empowerment of all Women and Girls

March 9 -20.

This annual two weeks conference held at the UN Headquarters in New York, addresses current issues women and girls face all around the world. The Brahma Kumaris has been participating for many years and this year, a delegation of 7 will represent the Institution. A statement written by the Brahma Kumaris on Pause for Peace: a strategy to elevate our thinking to bring the future we want is published on the UN Women's website. Read statement.


A workshop on the topic, Strategies to Create a Peaceful Mind in Times of Conflict will be facilitated by the BK delegation on Wednesday, March 11.


To learn more on the commission, click here 

 

BK Delegation: Marianne Lizana, Gayatri Naraine, Julia Grindon-Welch, Pratiba Daya, Sabita Geer, Nalishha Mehta, and Blanca Elena Estrada.

 

 

Ten Billion Happy: Happiness Day. Every Day. For All of Humanity, by 2050.

Happier Together

Wednesday, March 20

Everyone wants to be happy - and life is happier when we're together. So let's celebrate our common humanity rather than focus on what divides us. We do hope you feel inspired to join the community and be part of this special day by organizing an event to celebrate Happiness.

You are invited to read more about this day here
 and join the campaign, #TenStepsToGlobalHappiness.

 

 

World Health Day: Year of the Nurse and the Midwife 2020

Tuesday, April 7

Join World Health Organization (WHO) and partners including, the International Confederation of Midwives (ICM), International Council of Nurses (ICN), Nursing Now and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in a year-long effort to celebrate the work of nurses and midwives.


As Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General, says: “Nurses and midwives are the backbone of every health system: in 2020 we’re calling on all countries to invest in nurses and midwives as part of their commitment to health for all.”

 

Learn more.


We encourage you to partner with WHO in your area, or any other organization, to host an event. As usual, we appreciate receiving your brief reports and photographs.

 

 

50th. Anniversary: International Mother Earth Day

Climate Action

Wednesday, April 22

The enormous challenges, which also offer vast opportunities, of acting on climate change have distinguished the issue as the most pressing topic for the 50th anniversary. Climate change represents the biggest challenge to the future of humanity and the life-support systems that make our world habitable.

 

Events that support this campaign can be of great service to our world. Please send us your news in brief. Get involved

 

Posters that could be used

 

 

UN International Observances Celebrated by the Brahma Kumaris

International Days

Kindly make a special note of these dates so that events can be organized to celebrate or honor them. As usual, we appreciate a brief report and photos for the facebook page and the blog.


You are welcome to browse this website for updates on themes and other information and international days you may wish to observe.

 

February 11 International Day for Women and Girls in Science
March 8 International Women's Day
March 20 International Day of Happiness
April 7 World Health Day
April 22 International Earth Day
May 15 International Day of Families
June 5 World Environment Day
June 21 International Day of Yoga
August 12 International Youth Day
August 19 World Humanitarian Day
September 21 International Day of Peace
October 1 International Day of Older Persons
October 2 International Day of Non-violence
November 15 World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims
November 16 International Day of Tolerance
December 3 International Day of Persons with Disabilities
December 10 Human Rights Day

International Weeks:

February 1 - 7 World Interfaith Harmony Week

 

 

 

 

 

 

2019 UN News Archive

 

2018 UN News Archive