All in 2015

Dr. Gerald Lauber, an international educator, describes how major educational breakthroughs will alter our traditional ways of learning and be beneficial to developing and developed countries. 5 August 2015

Yamina Djacta, Director, NY Office-UN Habitat, highlights the evolving role of the urban areas in confronting social, economic, environmental and infrastructure challenges.
2 July 2015

Afaf Konja, Journalist/Spokesperson for 68th UN General Assembly, discusses major issues before the UN, such as climate change, nuclear disarmament and human trafficking.
July 1, 2013

Mr. John Wilmoth, Director, Population Division in the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs, explains how a world population increase affects areas, such as climate change, market economies, and urbanization and retirement systems. 4 August 2015

Dr. Alistair Edgar, Executive Director of the Academic Council on the United Nations System (ACUNS), highlights how the UN is providing major services in the areas of peace and security, economic and social development and human rights. 3 August 2015

Sarah Crowe, UNICEF 's Crisis Communications Chief, focuses on services provided to children who are in crises due to civil war or natural disasters.  1 July 2015.

Daniela Bas, Director, DESA Division for Social Policy and Development, highlights initiatives to assist indigenous peoples, youth, older persons and persons with disabilities.

Charles Dan, Special Representative for Youth and Social Inclusion at the International Labor Organization, highlights the challenge of youth employment.

Nicole Siobal, Entrepreneur and CEO of Enjoyye, Inc., offers keen insight as to how young entrepreneurs can help reduce poverty and promote sustainable development.

Paddy Torsney, Inter-Parliamentary Union Rep.  to the UN, explains how 166 parliaments are critical to promoting sustainable development, eliminating poverty and empowering women.