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Aeneas Chuma

Mr. Aeneas Chuma, Regional Director of the ILO Regional Office for Africa in Addis Ababa, highlights challenges in youth unemployment and workers safety conditions.

Stephen Pursey

Mr. Stephen Pursey, who is Director of the Department for Multilateral Cooperation of the UN's International Labor Organization, focuses on issues such as the impact of globalization on reducing poverty and promoting decent work.

Paul Sladkus

Paul Sladkus, Founder of Good News Planet & Good News Corporation, focuses on the International Day of Peace and how to report positive news. -on GCTV on Jan. 7, 2015

Elliot Harris

Mr. Elliot Harris, United Nations Environment Program Director of the New York Office, explains the recent sustainable development initiatives by the public and private sectors. On GCTV Jan. 7, 2015

Georg Kell

Georg Kell, Former Executive Director of the UN Global Compact, discusses the involvement of over 8200 businesses to work on sustainable development, human rights, economic development and anti-corruption initiatives.

Thomas Gass

Mr. Thomas Gass, Assistant Secretary-General for Policy Coordination and Inter-Agency Affairs in UN DESA , the Department of Economic and Social Affairs, highlights sustainable development goals to eliminate poverty, empower women and combat climate change. ---GCTV on Jan. 9, 2015.

Gilbert Houngbo

Gilbert Houngbo, Deputy Director General of the Intl. Labor Organization's Field Operations, focuses on efforts to protect vulnerable workers and provide employment opportunities for youth. 

Dr. Mini Murthy

Dr. Mini Murthy, Representative of Medical Women International’s Association to the UN, highlights the UN Millennium Development Goals to reduce infant and maternal mortality rates and to empower women. 

Jane Stewart

Ms. Jane Stewart, Director of the New York Office of the International Labor Organization, focuses on issues such as raising labor standards combating human trafficking and migration. January 20

Maher Nasser

Maher Nasser, Director of the Outreach Division in the Department of Public Information in New York, discusses how DPI communicates with the academics, media, public and policymakers.