World Day for Cultural Diversity, for Dialogue and Development.

Featured Image: These students together in a public school in the capital city of Nigeria celebrates World Day for cultural Diversity for dialogue and development on May 21st of each year; which is a significant event anchored by United Nations. By Joemadaki,
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René Dumont (13 March 1904 – 18 June 2001): World Citizen With Focus on the Small-Scale Farmer.

By Rene Wadlow. Awareness building is often a long process. Thus recognition of the ideas of René Dumont has come nearly two decades after his death with the vote on 17 December 2018 by the United Nations General Assembly of the U.N.
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The Protection of Indigenous and Tribal Peoples

Featured Image: Big Pow-Wow with traditional costumes from East coast First Nations of Canada. By Marc-Lautenbacher, CC BY-SA 4.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0, via Wikimedia Commons. While both humanization and dehumanization are real alternatives, only the first is man’s vocation. This vocation is constantly negated.
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In Beauty, We are United.

Featured Image: Picture by Gerd Altmann on Pixabay.  By Rene Wadlow. In Beauty creates unity and the deepest sense of love. Beauty gives birth within us to gratitude, harmony, and a sense of service. We sometimes limit beauty to the field of art, but real
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U.N. General Assembly: Can It Provide the Needed Global Leadership?

Featured Image by Basil D Soufi, CC BY-SA 3.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0>, via Wikimedia Commons 27 Sep 2019 – The international relations specialist Stanley Hoffmann once quipped: “Goals are easy to describe. What matters more is a strategy for reaching them.”  The United Nations through
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