Intern from Congo sees escalating violence
Seeks clarification about how U.N. ensures peacekeeping team achieves goals. read more »
When the Horses Ride By: Children in the Time of War by Eloise Greenfield
• Children’s reflections of war and speaking out against it.
• Despite the suffering of wartime children often find ways to see beauty and hope in the world.
Only 36 countries have not joined Mine Ban Treaty
3-year review has identifies ‘operational issues,’ according to U.S. State Dept. read more »
Seeks help to end ‘massive human rights violations’
United Methodist Bishop Ntambo in group, including civil society, calling on U.N., members of Congress to end 2 decades of violence. read more »
4 summer interns share insights into trip to U.N.
18-member group learns about Church Center for U.N., Alma Matthews House, UNICEF, visits Sri Lanka Mission. read more »
More than a decade addressing so many important women and family issues
The truth about this work: Despite a lot of hard effort and some successes, women's advocate says she never felt as if she was doing enough. read more »
Newsletter focuses on U.S. statements at U.N.
New electronic resource addresses United Methodist endorsement of U.N.’s role as ‘best instrument to achieve a world of justice and law.’ read more »
Christian call to public witness
Seminar at U.N. for GBCS interns emphasizes world is not as God wants it, but it can and must be changed. read more »
11 years since treaty become law
U.S., China, Russia among only 37 states that have not joined. read more »
Brain education hope for the world
Individual brain power and collective will are needed to realize sustainable development, security and human rights. read more »