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Mr. Khalid Malik

August 14, 2014

Mr. Khalid Malik, Former Director of the Human Development Report Office in the UN Development Progam, focuses on the "Human Development Report: 2014" and how there are vulnerabilities in countries that impede social and economic advancement.

Dr. Len Peters

Dr. Len Peters, Former Secretary for Kentucky's Energy, Environmental Protection and Natural Resources Cabinet, discusses the balance between meeting energy needs and protecting the environment.

Dr. Joshua Meltzer

Dr. Joshua Meltzer, a fellow in Global Economy and Development at the Brookings Institution, highlights how international trade agreements can help raise the standard of living and provide businesses a level playing field.

Dr. Anupam Ray

 Dr. Anupam Ray, Former Deputy Head of India's United Nations Security Council Team in New York, focuses on some of the major issues affecting India, China and South Africa, and how the UN Security Council and UN peacekeeping help promote peace, security and development in dangerous areas.

Dr. David Stillman

August 13, 2014

Dr. David Stillman, Executive Director of the Public-Private Alliance Foundation, describes the Foundation's work in Haiti and the Dominican Republic in providing clean energy and aquaculture assistance.

Steve Schlesinger

August 13, 2014

A Fellow at the Century Foundation and author of "Act of Creation: Founding of the United Nations, " and "The Letters of Arthur Schlesinger, Jr." highlights the role of the UN in confronting international problems.  

Dr. Abraham Joseph

 August 12, 2014

Former Senior Socio-Economic Affairs Adviser in the United Nations Integrated Mission in Timor-Leste, discusses his recent book: "Timor-Leste: The History and Development of Asia's Newest Nation." 

Dr. Andrew Hudson

August 14, 2014 

Dr. Andrew Hudson, who heads the UN Development Program's Water & Ocean Governance Programme in UNDP, discusses how the oceans are being adversely affected due to climate change and human contamination. 

Dr. Pam Falk

Dr. Pamela Falk, veteran CBS TV and Radio Correspondent covering the UN and President of the UN Correspondents Association (UNCA), comments on how domestic and international media report on UN activities dealing with war and peace, economic and social development and human rights.

Ed Webb

Ed Webb, President and CEO of the World Trade Center Kentucky, highlights the importance of international trade to enhance both economic development and job creation.

Dr. Michael Cairo

Dr. Michael Cairo, Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the International Affairs program at Transylvania University, focuses on causes of turmoil in the Middle East, especially in Syria or Iraq

Bob Orr

June 26, 2014

Former UN Assistant Secretary-General for Strategic Planning Bob Orr focuses on various sustainable development, climate change and maternal mortality initiatives. 

Dr. Robert Zuber

Dr. Robert Zuber, Director of Global Action to Prevent War, focuses on small arms proliferation, civilian protection to women's participation in peace processes and peacekeeping reform.

Patrick Sciarratta

Patrick Sciarratta, Former Executive Director of Friendship Ambassadors Foundation (FAF), highlights what FAF is doing to work with youth to combat problems such as illiteracy and climate change.

Jo Bourne

Jo Bourne, Asst. Director and Global Chief of Education at UNICEF, focuses on what can be done to help children living in the poorest countries in the world to receive a quality education.