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The United Nations at 75 Years Prospects and Potentials: The Future We Want - Shared screen with speaker view
Fatou Diouf
35:07
bonjour tout le monde, c'est fatout Diouf du senegqal
Michael O'Connell
36:00
Nina Marni (Hello / Welcome (as said by the Kaurna people who are the original inhabitants and custodians of the Adelaide plains South Australia). Michael O'Connell, Secretary-General, World Society of Victimology.
Baha'i Offices
38:26
Today’s agenda: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1oaeq0h-FYcHoOIwTGZJRaLTbhZl0oUj9lOcVGJon1wU/edit
Dennis Wong
38:32
Dennis Wong, USA, Cities of Peace and Rotarians 4 Nuclear Ban. Thank You to UN2020.
Prit Kaur
38:38
Good morning! This is Prit Kaur, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, Auburn University at Montgomery, AL, USA. Contact: (916)8682206 : pkaur@aum.edu
Naomi Flores López
39:25
Good day every one! I´m Naomi Flores from Mexico. Centro Mexicano de Responsabilidad Global CEMERG.
Debasis Chowdhury Rana
40:17
Hi everyone I am Debasis Chowdhury Rana, from Bangladesh. Thank you to UN2020.
Humphrey Tonkin
40:26
Saluton de Universala Esperanto-Asocio, kiu aktive laboras por Internacia paco kaj efikigo de UN. Humphrey Tonkin
Fabio Garcia del Rio
41:55
Greetings, everyone! I’m Fabio García, IRO student at Leiden University
Wendi Momen
43:26
Hello from the UK - representing Widows Rights International and the National Alliance of Women's Organisations UK. Also a member of the Baha'i community in the uk
Georgios Kostakos
44:04
Greetings from Brussels! Georgios Kostakos here, Executive Director of FOGGS - Foundation for Global Governance and Sustainability (georgios.kostakos@foggs.org). In support of what Alanna has said about the continuous transformation of the UN, see my article on “About Form and Function: An Overview and Typology of UN Reforms Since the 1990s”, Global Society, Vol. 32, No. 2 (April 2018).
Airiin Pakarinen
44:42
Greetings from Amsterdam!So glad to be with you all here! I'm Airiin Pakarinen, international law student at The Hague University of Applied Sciences and a board member of the UN Youth Impact :)
Morgana Sythove
46:09
Hello from Morgana, also from the Netherlands (Utrecht)
Beth Blissman
46:22
Good day from Cleveland, OH, USA - Beth Blissman from the Loretto Community / Sisters of Loretto - grateful to be here today.
Silvia Vigatà
46:38
Greetings from Spain, Silvia Vigata, Business Professional Women Spain president
Morgana Sythove
46:47
Hi Beth, nice to 'see' you :-)
Oscar Rosa
46:55
Honor to be with all of you, my name is Oscar Rosa. I’m part of the EBBF.org Ethical Business Building the Future organization
Pille Tsopp-Pagan
47:06
Hello from Estonia, Women Against Violence Europe Network (WAVE Network),
Roxanne Van der Bliek
47:30
Greetings from Amsterdam as well! I'm a student in Conflict Resolution and Governance at UvA and a board member of UN Youth Impact.
Amit Kapadia
47:37
Good morning, Amit Kapadia, Executive Director of The Unforgotten and Chair of Humanitarian Relief at UNA USA's Council of Organizations. Coordinating work of NGOs inside humanitarian relief operations.
Tad Daley
48:02
Hello colleagues and comrades. Tad Daley here in Los Angeles, former advisor and writer for Democratic members of the U.S. Congress, and longtime advocate of redesigning democratizing and empowering the United Nations.
Morgana Sythove
48:13
I am representing URI/ United Religions Initiative & PFI/ Pagan Federation International
Pierre-Etienne Courrier
48:33
Good Afternoon everyone, it is great to be here today. I am an IRO student at Leiden University
Eva Pumpure
48:58
Hello from Latvia! I'm Eva Pumpure, president of Business and Professional Women (BPW) Latvia Riga and owner of Less Waste Project LV :) Glad to be here
Tad Daley
49:09
Does anyone kniow if starting a webinar at 6 AM Los Angeles time can legally be considered a violation of my human rights?
Jude Mbonu
51:46
Dr Jude Mbonu, Emma and Grace Foundation, Abuja, Nigeria. Good deliberations everyone
Luiza Veado
53:04
Hello everyone, I’m Luíza Veado, from NYC, from OutRight Action International, a global LGBTI rights organization
Dr. Catherine Tinker
53:18
Hello from New York, good start today! Dr. Catherine Tinker, Center for UN and Global Governance Studies, Seton Hall University, New Jersey, USA.
Sandy Hecker
53:59
Greetings from NY City. Special Representative. Young Global Leadership Foundation
Jude Mbonu
54:36
Dr Jude Mbonu, Emma and Grace Foundation, Abuja, Nigeria. Good deliberations everyone
Isabel Toman
55:05
Good afternoon from the International Association of Universities (IAU) in Paris! https://iau-aiu.net/Looking forward to the discussion!
Daniel Perell
56:16
It is so wonderful to see the global diversity present today! Thank you, all, for joining and for your active engagement.
Ece Vural
56:24
Hello, this is Ece from Habitat Association, Istanbul Turkey. https://habitatdernegi.org/?lang=en
Margo LaZaro
56:42
Question: Isn't the UN a Not-for-Profit Organization?
Morgana Sythove
57:34
Hi Tad .. some of my URI colleagues in California are in meetings at 5am.. whilst I am sometimes online at 2am.. the following day.. if you get my drift. So much for being a 'global village' :-) :-)
Peter Davidse
57:43
Hi, this is Peter Davidse from Normandy. I am elected delegate to the Peoples Congress with the mandate to drive for a constitutional convention for the global governance on Earth. You can find more information on https://www.recim.orgThe organisation started in 1948 and could use a fresh new energy from younger world citizens, especially french speaking.
Silvia Vigatà
58:06
BPW members around de world, nice to meet you here. Eva Pumpure my pleasure
Marie-Claude Machon/ Honoré
58:55
Greetings from Paris NGO-Unesco
Daniel Perell
59:00
@Joni - we are nearing 300 people on this call.
Cristina Petcu
59:10
There are close to 300 people joining us today. thank you all
Daniel Perell
01:00:57
Dear friends - just to remind you to select “all panelists and attendees” when making a contribution in the chat. Otherwise, only the panelists will see it :)
Nyali Muir
01:01:25
It's a privilege being here. My name is Nyali Muir, international Transformative Leadership Coach and founder of global organisation VISIBLE FOR A CAUSE project.
Neda Salmanpour
01:01:39
Greetings from London. This is Neda Salmanpour representing Global Peace and Prosperity Forum https://www.globalpeaceandprosperityforum.com/ Looking forward to the discussion. Thank you to UN2020
Richard Denton
01:01:50
Good day from Richard Denton, Chair of Rotarians 4 Nuclear Ban with a conference tomorrow at 9:30 AM EDT from Cochin IndiaEradicate Nuclear weapons before they eradicate usGood day from Richard Denton, Chair of Rotarians 4 Nuclear Ban with a conference tomorrow at 9:30 AM EDT from Cochin IndiaEradicate Nuclear weapons before they eradicate us
Jaleh Marta
01:02:07
Hello everyone. My name is Jaleh Zandieh currently living in Portugal, Founder & Chief Researcher-Consultant of Sustainable Leadership Training Program.Dedicated to capacity-building of service-driven leaders & implementing the power of diverse, united teams.www.leadyourdesign.comEmail: Zandieh.jaleh@gmail.com
Merel van den Brink
01:02:26
Hello Everyone! I’m Merel van den Brink from the IRO program at Leiden University. Thank you UN2020!
David Lee
01:03:01
hi everyone from David Lee in UK.
Valentine Berberian
01:03:08
Greetings from the Armenian Relief Society ars1910.org
Arzhia Habibi
01:03:57
Hi folks 嘿嘿大家 — Arzhia Habibi here, PhD student in education at Oxford focused on global/world citizenship education in China :)
Bernardo Torquato
01:04:28
Good afternoon! Greetings from Brazil.
Cristina Petcu
01:04:41
Registration for the UN75 Global Governance Forum is open and you can check it here: https://www.platformglobalsecurityjusticegovernance.org/un75-global-forum-agenda/
Xiao Mao
01:07:00
大家好,很高兴一起参加这个活动。Xiao Mao here, Phd student in international law at Oxford. ;)
Diogo Marcelino
01:08:29
Good afternoon, everyone! Diogo Marcelino, IRO student at Leiden University. Pleasure to be here!
Cristina Petcu
01:08:49
hello all! the elements from Richard's slides can be found in our latest report: https://www.platformglobalsecurityjusticegovernance.org/publications-resources/un-ten-innovations-for-global-governance/
Silvia Vigatà
01:09:42
Thank you very much
Baha'i Offices
01:14:23
Dear Nyali Muir, yes the recording will be available post-meeting
Nyali Muir
01:14:32
Happy birthday Denison
Cristina Petcu
01:14:40
A very happy birthday, Mr. Jayasooria!
Daniel Schaubacher
01:14:43
Greetings from Ostend, W. Flanders, Belgium - www.cuncr.org Daniel Schaubacher
John Boyd
01:15:08
Cool birthday greeting - Happy Birthday!
Richard Denton
01:15:13
Yes, Happy Birthday Jayasooria!
Debasis Chowdhury Rana
01:17:25
Hi everyone I'm from Deepti Bhuban Organization in Bangladesh. Thank you all. dbps@yahoo.com
John Boyd
01:17:47
Why wasn
Baha'i Offices
01:18:16
un2020.org/forum-declaration/
Ernest Peter
01:18:18
Greetings from Uyo, Nigeria also a Happy birthday Mr Jayasooria
John Boyd
01:18:23
Why wasn’t an International Bill of Rights included in the document?
Baha'i Offices
01:18:55
un2020.org/ask-the-un-for-a-civil-society-focal-point/
un2020.org/calendar/un75-global-governance-forum/
Daniel Perell
01:19:27
Jocelyn will send the links to attendees just after her presentation!
Alyn Ware
01:20:16
Thank you. The declaration and program of action are superb. Thanks to all in UN2020 who contributed to it, and especially those who managed the consultation process for its development.
Isabel Toman
01:22:38
Thanks Jocelyn and Denison for sharing these important points - and no, it is not naïve to advocate for intergenerational dialogue, it is a necessity that we all work together despite age/regional/or disciplinary differences!
Farhang Tahzib
01:25:07
Greetings from UK Faculty of Public Health. Our response to Covid 19 it is said will help to define the 21st Century. The timely discourse today has implications for WHO and organised efforts of society. Colleagues interested on governance and their public health ethical, legal and human rights dimensions contact UKpublichealth.ethics@gmail.com
Jocelyn Jayasooria
01:25:35
Apologies everyone - http://un2020.org/forum-declaration/ is found here. Do consider endorsing today !
wilfried claus
01:26:55
Graat that we will receive the recording. Thanks already.
Peter Davidse
01:27:04
Do you cooperate with UNOY
Peter Davidse
01:27:45
for the youth council, a United Nations of Youth organisation started 25 years ago with an amazing track record?
Jocelyn Jayasooria
01:28:25
For any more information check out our website UN2020.org
Richard Ponzio
01:28:57
To participate in the UN75 GG Forum (Sept. 16-18) for which Cristina is sharing highlights, please register here: https://www.platformglobalsecurityjusticegovernance.org/news/registration-open-for-the-un75-global-governance-forum/ (speakers include Ban Ki-moon, Madeleine Albright, Ibrahim Gambari, and the AU’s Youth Envoy Aya Chebbi).
Alyn Ware
01:31:51
The #WeThePeoples2020 platform, which is being launched this evening, provides a platform for UN and related events from Sep 21 (UN Day for Peace) until Oct 2 (UN Day for Nonviolence). See https://www.unfoldzero.org/wethepeoples2020/
Cristina Petcu
01:34:11
https://www.platformglobalsecurityjusticegovernance.org/news/event-designing-a-roadmap-to-the-future-un/
Cristina Petcu
01:34:39
you can check the UN75 Global Governance agenda and speakers here: https://www.platformglobalsecurityjusticegovernance.org/news/event-designing-a-roadmap-to-the-future-un/
Cristina Petcu
01:34:49
and we hope that you will be able to join us
Sarah Baird
01:35:40
Great question, Kathryn!
Marie-Claude Machon/ Honoré
01:40:00
Yes thank you Kathryn!
Nyali Muir
01:41:28
What does STDs stand for?
Cristina Petcu
01:41:48
It is SDGs - Sustainable Development Goals
Naomi Flores López
01:41:54
Sustainable Development Goals
Nyali Muir
01:42:05
Thank you Cristina and Naomi
Keshab Ch. Maharana, WCWS, Cuttack
01:42:41
Plan yours any implemention in the field?
Josephine Tyne
01:44:02
Greetings from Concepts of Truth, NGO! We seek to promote healing for those who have suffered emotional, physical and/or spiritual trauma arising out of reproductive loss and we look forward to working with those who wish to recognize the human rights of the preborn and encourage dialog with our friends at other NGO's. https://conceptsoftruth.org
Georgios Kostakos
01:44:52
Please do
Rick Orser
01:46:01
We need to be able ELECT better (competent) people who we TRUST that can solve these problems via proposed UN Parliamentary Assembly (UNPA)).
Amit Kapadia
01:52:19
Great point Rick Orser!
Humphrey Tonkin
01:52:49
Giorgios is right. Are we talking enough with universities, research institutions, and also beyond Europe and N. America? Our notion of the UN is deeply westernized, anglophone, privileged.
Keshab Ch. Maharana, WCWS, Cuttack
01:54:09
UN modification now required
Edda Giuberti
01:55:21
good question
Edda Giuberti
01:56:03
In Italy it is apparently very simple but in reality no one knows the United Nations well
Peter Davidse
01:56:32
support the dialogue between / among Western and non western thinkers and activists/lobyyists on global governance and peace climat development action. Is tha chinese proposal for evolution of the cycle of Pax Romana, Pax Americana; PAx China??? to be chosen? Or do we need a globally harmonized government? Not taking the hegemonig role by one super power?
Edda Giuberti
01:57:34
I am in favor of fair global governance
Peter Davidse
01:59:33
We need five year plan where the UN member sates are held accountable to deliver onthe good neighborhood promise made in the UN charter. We need at least all member nations of the UN to recognize each other and go beyond a truce, we need at least peace treaqties among all UN member states. This is a necesaary, but not sufficient prerequisite for a deep UN reorm.
Ekeh Joshua
02:00:59
The UN should place Africa as a top agenda
Georgios Kostakos
02:02:36
Many thanks to Richard for the response to my question and the kind comments by several of you in the chat above. I still believe that the security angle is too strong and a Security Council or Peacebuilding Commission major role in addressing the climate crisis would not be effective or even desirable. We need a different approach to sustainable development and human security issues, and a new narrative of hope and resilience from the UN to the world. You can see an attempt at a different approach in two recent FOGGS proposals that you can find here: https://www.foggs.org/un2100initiative Let’s try to be more innovative and inclusive in the next steps, in a multicultural, multidisciplinary and systems-thinking way as Simone, Richard and others mentioned. Many thanks to the Stimson Center and the UN2020 Team for creating these opportunities to exchange views and explore ideas.
Rory Mondshein
02:03:25
To follow up on Jocelyn’s intervention, check out the People’s Declaration here: https://bit.ly/3jLW835 and consider endorsing today! http://un2020.org/endorse-2/
David Lee
02:05:14
Could someone please provide a reference so we can obtain the 'Book' that we are discussing. David Lee
Peter Davidse
02:09:41
ICJ = International Court of Justice All UN members are ipso facto parities to this UN organ.
Peter Davidse
02:12:04
See article 93 charter UN for ipso facto membership. However there may exist reservations officially deposted. Also The Un may lack police power to enforce it's judicial decisions.
DR MD AFJAL AHMAD
02:13:06
Hi All..Greetings from IndiaDr Md Afjal Ahmad PhD BHUAssistant ProfessorAgriculture Plant PhysiologyDehradun Indiaafjalahmed24@yahoo.in
Hayat Rushdy-Hanna
02:14:22
The book refered to is Global Governance and the emergence of Global Institutions for the 21st century by A. Dahl, A. Lopez-Claros and M. Groff
Marie-Claude Machon/ Honoré
02:15:08
Thank you!
Dr uzma Gul
02:15:40
thankayou for sharing details of the book
Dennis Wong
02:15:56
A Thought ...Could our expectations of the UN be too high and ambitious? Perhaps the UN could be primarily a safe space where nation leaders can meet to: 1) know each other (to build goodwill and friendships, share information and advance understanding), 2) listen and learn from civil society about citizen concerns and their needs, and 3) develop approaches to use conflicts as a catalyst for constructive change for the benefit of all concerned.
Silvia Vigatà
02:17:03
We will have to change our leaders, it will be more easy
Marie-Claude Machon/ Honoré
02:18:11
This is how it was created, wasn't it? the Member States are the dcision makers
Dennis Wong
02:22:50
Silvia Vigata ... be careful what you wish for.
Lena Sykorova
02:23:23
https://www.cambridge.org/core/services/aop-cambridge-core/content/view/AF7D40B152C4CBEDB310EC5F40866A59/9781108476966AR.pdf/Global_Governance_and_the_Emergence_of_Global_Institutions_for_the_21st_Century.pdf
Silvia Vigatà
02:23:24
yeah you are right, it could be worst
Silvia Vigatà
02:24:13
Thank you for sharing the book, fantastic
Sarah Baird
02:24:53
Can we redirect or focus some of the discussion to talk about how these discussions relate to those being, or at risk of being, left behind?
Virginia Swain
02:25:20
https://global-leader.org/building-trust-in-peacebuilding-interventions/
Mark
02:26:47
My apologies to Dennis (and not Denise!)
Dennis Wong
02:31:22
Thanks to Mark for presentinf my question. And thanks to Dan as moderator. And thanks to all for caring and sharing.To peacebuilding and conflict transformation for constructive change as conflict and change are two constants.
Oscar Rosa
02:32:08
Excellent question Dennis Wong, and eloquent articulated
Tad Daley
02:32:49
Yes Maja and Enyseh, a hypothetical future capacity for the UN to more easily evolve is a crucial concept! I think it's arguable that the single biggest flaw in the San Francisco Charter is how hard it is to change the San Francisco Charter. Among other things, the vetoers can veto a veto of the veto!
Edda Giuberti
02:35:07
yes
Daniel Schaubacher
02:36:32
Thank you SO much ! Join your UN Association. Visit wufna website !
Edda Giuberti
02:37:08
Congratulations on this really interesting and constructive section as well as well organized
Dennis Wong
02:37:40
How do we build trust, and then how do we sustain trust?
WANI AMIN
02:38:18
Most and important is to understand what is civil society needs and lack in, more implementation in the grass roots, no one should be left behind. In terms of shared economy, fair education, fair healthcare treatment, job opportunity, no bias paid and fair promotional in the career. Sadly so many administration still double standard and bias treatment depending on race or political background Etc. UN is Global organisation but does all country, states, community aware even what SDG's is? there are still larger gaps to reach and more partnership should occur. How do we help other, if in our own countries we couldn't accommodate to the homeless people on street.
Keshab Ch. Maharana, WCWS, Cuttack
02:40:00
lf any participant today want with us as supporter please contact wcwsminati@gmail.com.com visit http://www.wcwsodisha.simplesite.com Minati Bindhani General Secretary Women&Child Welfare Society
Edda Giuberti
02:40:08
few are aware of the SDGs and the unity between us is very important.A part of the world doesn't. knows what happens,another is not aware of it eanother closed in personal selfishness
Edda Giuberti
02:40:37
my site www.tripladifesa.eu and my whatApp +393783011329
Edda Giuberti
02:41:01
we try to continue even at the end of the meeting
Edda Giuberti
02:41:45
and my email tripladifesa@gmail.com
Dorothea Christiana
02:42:02
Hi Dennis Wong, regarding your question on trust, my name is Dorothea Christiana and I have just completed my doctoral research on the UN and Civil Society and trust is a major component that came up. In terms of solutions for trust - it was dialogue. Having dialogue was really important. Therefore, the importance for training on active and healthy communication, having dialogue a part of job description and job performance. The research showed that dialogue is often not made enough time for within the UN system but instead presentations or reports that are made.
Oscar Rosa
02:42:44
Which were the first three horses, the fourth was, popular discontent ??
Peter Davidse
02:42:54
Hi Dorothea, do you have a link to your thesis?
Dorothea Christiana
02:43:43
Sure Peter Davidse, here is a link:
Dorothea Christiana
02:43:45
https://dorchris.wixsite.com/dorotheachristiana/un-2nd-charter
Peter Davidse
02:43:49
thx
Dorothea Christiana
02:44:18
My email address is also available on that site is feel free to email me directly too. Very help, to assist, to support, and share research information.
Oscar Rosa
02:44:59
Thanks Dorothea, I have think your work before
Oscar Rosa
02:45:17
I have seeing your work before
Adewale Bakare
02:45:42
Dorothea, thanks for your response. Yes, Dialogue.
Joan Kerr
02:45:43
To solve our common problems there need to be cooperation and sharing of nowledge
Joan Kerr
02:45:51
knowledge
Dorothea Christiana
02:45:58
Hi Oscar Rosa, yes it was lovely to see your name pop up. I hope your well!
Winifred Doherty
02:46:36
Dorothea - we are connected through this webinar. Happy to see you are participating
Dorothea Christiana
02:46:47
Hi Joan Kerr, yes two of the themes that came up in the research was cooperation and sharing of knowledge.
Oscar Rosa
02:46:56
Thanks Dorothea, I’m doing well, I hope you too
Sarah Baird
02:47:20
Trust is really important, of course, but so is highlighting the SDGs embedded in local actions and engagements and reconnecting grassroots actors to the larger context. We need to commit to furthering communication around the Global Goals and as part of our awareness raising we can be celebrating local actors as the true UN implementation mechanisms and how ongoing local actions and priorities are linked to the larger governance issues.
Josephine Tyne
02:47:46
I agree with Dorothea - dialogue is very important and it is especially important to include opposing views to make the discussion more profitable and encourage trust between groups that don’t normally speak.
Dorothea Christiana
02:47:54
Hi Winifred! Lovely to see you here! :)
Dennis Wong
02:48:51
Dorothea. Yes. I agree that dialogue. converations and fellowship are key.In Rotary we ask ourselves ... Will it build goodwill and better friendships?
Peter Davidse
02:49:26
So far it has been a good online event. The UN in not perfect, so there is room for evolution. The intergenerational process ensures this long term work towards a better world. With the ris of the middle class, also in Russia, aChina and Africe, besides Latin Merica, Oceania and Western Europe and North America, the coming 40 years will give a real possibility for positve change. Than the climate change goals and global warming halting by thecnologicel innovation will also become clearer. Great meeting and great thanks to tyou who have been preparing and organizing this for some time now (:-).
Sarah Peers
02:49:35
I am attending on behalf of INWES, the International Network of Women Engineers & Scientists www.inwes.org. INWES would like to see more gender equity not just in education and jobs in STEM (science, tech, engineering m, mathematics/medicine) sectors. INWES also wants to see more women scientists and engineers in policy-making, prioritisation and in leadership. Happy to hear from any group looking for collaboration and sharing ideas. Inclusion and different voices!
Sarah Baird
02:49:42
Thank you for highlighting inclusion!
Adewale Bakare
02:50:00
I thot to share this to all https://www.academia.edu/43590894/A_Global_Emergency_Call_for_a_People_centred_Multilateralism_The_Invocation_of_UN2_0_System_for_Global_Challenges_at_UN75
Peter Davidse
02:50:09
Have an excellent opening week of the UNGA with high level participation.
Dorothea Christiana
02:50:27
Yes absolutely Dennis Wong
Peter Davidse
02:53:08
Looking forward to Donald Trup on the greatest World Stage on War and peace. THe COVID 19 produced brething machines not guns to kill.
Sarah Baird
02:56:04
Great session, Dan! Thank you.
Oscar Rosa
02:56:29
Wonderful meeting of brilliant souls and minds, thank you so much
W. Gijs van de Fliert
02:56:31
Much appreciated
Dorothea Christiana
02:57:28
Thank you ever so much to everyone!!
Edda Giuberti
02:58:08
yes very excellent
Nyali Muir
02:58:13
Fantastic session - thanks to all panellist and attendees
John Boyd
02:58:13
Rights are lights
Sarah Baird
02:58:29
Traffic lights and/or the growing use of traffic circles that allow entry from multiple points/perspectives?
Georgios Kostakos
02:58:39
Thank you for the graceful moderation Daniel and I fully agree that the discussion does not end with the UN as an institution but goes deeper to the human condition, cooperation, resilience and well-being - we should not forget that.
Joan Kerr
02:58:59
Thanks for this presentation. Is the recording be available to participants
Josephine Tyne
02:59:13
Yes, we would need to agree on the basis for ethical system.
Nyali Muir
02:59:38
Thank you Daniel
Josephine Tyne
02:59:42
Thank you Daniel!
Marie-Claude Machon/ Honoré
02:59:49
Thank you for this enlightening and inspiring food for thought that we also reflect at UNESCO as first agency created by UN to build peace through education, science and culture (Soft Power) and where strategy of partenrships is being transformed includind civil society
Sarah Peers
02:59:55
thank you to the speakers and Daniel!
Enyseh Teimory
02:59:55
Thanks as ever Dan!
Prit Kaur
03:00:04
Thanks Daniel!
Joan Kerr
03:00:06
Thanks
Winifred Doherty
03:00:09
Thank you to each and all very stimulating and insightful
Airiin Pakarinen
03:00:13
Thank you for everything!
Morgana Sythove
03:00:23
Thanks too!
wilfried claus
03:00:25
thanks, great session!
Dominique Selier
03:00:26
Thank you for this interesting discussion!
Dennis Wong
03:00:44
IMUA
Adewale Bakare
03:00:53
thank you Daniel
Xiao Mao
03:00:58
Michael ~
Adewale Bakare
03:01:09
hello maya
Valentine Berberian
03:01:14
thank you for a great panelARS