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Monica Grayley Book Launching

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  New York City, USA, October 02, 2019 – Monica Grayley book launching “A Língua Portuguesa como Ativo Político” today at The Brazilian Endowment For The Arts in New York City. Photo: Luiz Rampelotto/EuropaNewswire   The place is described as a hidden gem in New York City. A free library for lovers of literature in the Portuguese language. On 2 October, the Brazilian Endowment of Arts opened its doors to a book launch on the political power of global languages. The author, former BBC journalist and Ph.D in Political Sciences, Monica Grayley, untapped the role of the Portuguese as a [Read More]

United Nations Climate Action Summit 2019

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  by Kunzang Lhamo Last Monday marked the conclusion of United Nation Climate Action Summit 2019, which took place in New York City. The Summit was attended by numerous heads of state, business leaders, young activists, people representatives and philanthropists. The theme of this year’s summit was “A Race We can Win. A Race We Must Win”. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres hosted the summit to mobilize different states, companies, investors and citizens to take actions that can help mitigate the negative effects of climate change around the world. He stated “I want to hear about how we are going to [Read More]

Youth leaders at U.N demand action towards Climate Change

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by Kunzang Lhamo September 21, 2019- The U.N Youth Climate Summit for the first time in history took place as part of a weekend of events leading up to the U.N Secretary-General’s Climate Action Summit on Monday, September 23. It was a full-day program which brought together young activists and leaders from across the world to include their voice in building paths towards a habitable planet and to demand radical moves to fight climate change. More than 700 mostly young activists attended the first Youth Climate Summit, according to Luis Alfonso de Alba, the U.N. special climate summit envoy. The [Read More]

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