Ask our Board

March 26, 2012 BY Amy DiElsi


Last week, you had the chance to hear directly from four of our Board members about what makes great global leaders and why they think the United Nations and global philanthropy are important. Now is your chance to ask them your questions around global philanthropy and how to create a future we want. 

Currently, our Board is in India to see first-hand how partnerships and innovation are powering a more sustainable future for India and the world. A few of them will join a discussion tomorrow with Bharka Dutt, a well-known and respected anchor of NDTV – India’s largest and most-watched TV network. Bharka will ask a few questions from you, our UN Foundation supporters.  Leave us a comment below and Bharka will choose some of her favorite questions.  Remember to keep them focused on global philanthropy and sustainable development.  Check back here on Wednesday for a recap and be sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook to be the first to know if your question was asked. 


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Submitted by MOSIKO on: March 27, 2012 How will you recognize efforts of young people who are busy working to build space for change in the communities?
Submitted by Latona Omolade on: March 27, 2012 What are the Advice you can give to young ladies who are aspiring to be great women leaders of tommorow,hw can we reduce the uneducated&d unexposured &As a citizen of Nigeria what can i do to enhance global philantrophy?
Submitted by Carlos Suarez on: March 26, 2012 What is one of the most challenging aspects of being a global leader in today's world and how do you think future leaders can better prepare themselves to deal with complex situations that impact people around the world?
Submitted by Purnima Ramakrishnan on: March 26, 2012 In a country like India, how can the common middle class family man, with all the travails of everyday existence and family-life balance, contribute towards global philantrophy?
Submitted by Karyn Van Der Zwet on: March 26, 2012 What more can we do to promote the use of contraception for women who are already overwhelmed by the rigors of life and don't want any (any more) children?
Submitted by Jennifer Burden @WorldMomsBlog on: March 26, 2012 Which UN social good initiative would you like to see more mothers around the globe adopting? And if busy mothers have time to do just one thing to help, what would you suggest they do? Jennifer Burden -- Founder World Moms Blog
Submitted by Myrdin Thompson on: March 26, 2012 The 8th grade students in my son's leadership class would like to know how they can better help the adults in their lives understand how important it is to support education and other efforts in other countries. What advice can you give them to help them communicate the importance of the UN?
Submitted by Mieko Obe on: March 26, 2012 What do you think is the most important quality of a good leader in this global era?
Submitted by Kumail Janmohamed on: March 26, 2012 In terms of Sustainable development, how can youth in developed nations contribute to the development of youth in developing and underdeveloped nations? The youth are, after all, the leaders of tomorrow.
Submitted by Sun Lee on: March 26, 2012 Do you see the Olympics as a great place to voice your opinions? What is your favorite sport in the Olympics?
Submitted by Raza on: March 26, 2012 What world leaders do you find inspiring?
Submitted by Emily on: March 26, 2012 Of all of the great campaigns that UN Foundation focuses on, which is your favorite and why?
Submitted by Amanda on: March 26, 2012 Water is a global problem. What would you like to see the UN do about the water crisis?
Submitted by Bill on: March 26, 2012 As some of the top entrepreneurs in the world, how do you envision your role in solving global problems?
Submitted by Hailey on: March 26, 2012 My question is for Queen Rania: What advice would you give to young girls today?
Submitted by Whitney Levine on: March 26, 2012 As an aspiring leader, what is the best advice you could give?
Submitted by Joe Smith on: March 26, 2012 Do you think our world would benefit from more women leaders?
Submitted by Jessica on: March 26, 2012 I would want to ask them, what their vision of a better world looks like 20 years from now. What do they realistically see as possibilities to help solve major problems like global warming
Submitted by Ecoloov on: March 26, 2012 Do Ecosan toilets (toilets that makes compost) have a future in India?
Submitted by Dr. Esther Ngumbi on: March 26, 2012 What advice would you give to young people, aspiring to be global leaders of tomorrow?
Submitted by Echo M. Morris on: March 26, 2012 What can I do, in the U.S. and as a global citizen, to enhance the humanitarian efforts of the U.N. and to help create a peaceful future?

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