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Editorials & Publications

This is the blog channel devoted to sharing Editorials and Publications that are relevant to the Millennium Development Goals and the mission of UCP-SARnet.

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The United Nations and partners have teamed up to put in place an innovative global survey, known as MY World, so people can participate in the post-2015 process telling us the changes that would make the most difference to their lives: the worldwewant2015 global effort


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UCPSARnet participated in the International Solidarity Forum (ISF) organized by the World Youth Alliance. United Nations, New York City. April 16-19, 2012


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- WYA International Arts Forum
- WYA's 2013 Manhattan International Film Festival


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Meeting Purpose: Closing comments and some upcoming plans
Date: April 27, 2012
Time: 9am – 11am


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Meeting Purpose: What can we do for this final week?
Date: April 20, 2012
Time: 9am – 11am


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Meeting Purpose: To discuss the best way to go about inviting Liberal Arts Universities in the US about the Summit and to dedicate time to sending out the invitations.
Date: April 6, 2012
Time: 9am – 11am


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There is no executive team meeting today due to Arizona State University's Spring Break Vacation. Meetings will resume next week 9am to 11am as usual. I hope you all have a great spring break week.


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I came across this provocative article yesterday and I think its spot on. Many times very well-intentioned people who feel compelled to work in development are actually making the problem worse. The article discusses "Tom's Shoes" and the rapper 50 Cent's work, amongst other things. Check it out; I think you will find it interesting......

http://matadornetwork.com/change/7-worst-international-aid-ideas/


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TESA President Susana Pesis reaches community though radio and finalizes agreement with Canal Rural.



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