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Keeping the U.S. Engaged with UN Reform

At the 60th anniversary of the UN in September 2005, world leaders examined ways to strengthen the organization and update key functions to...

Rebuilding Haiti: Overcoming obstacles, promising progress

A Chilling Warning from a "Hot Spot" in Climate Change

The UN Foundation travelled with Jan-Gunnar Winther, Director of the Norwegian Polar Institute, during an expedition in the Arctic region last...

From Violence to Hope: Helping Adolescent Girls in Liberia

From the devastation of war, Rosana Schaack saw an opportunity. When Rosana participated in a survey of Liberia, a country in the midst of a...

The Power of Music to Ignite Hope in Haiti

As Haiti welcomes a new president, who also happens to be a musician, we started to think about the power of music to bring change to Haiti....

International Women's Day 2011

It Starts with the Women

I’m here in Liberia with Michelle Bachelet, Executive Director of UN Women, to celebrate the 100th anniversary of International...

"Music for Relief" Benefiting Haiti

As the United Nations and its partners continue to help Haiti rebuild in the aftermath of last year’s devastating earthquake, the music...

A Healthy Future for Every Child in Nigeria

A black colored fingernail might not mean much to you, but for children in Nigeria this month, it’s a life-saving mark and a sign for a...

A Way Forward on Climate and Energy

For the past several years, the goal of a comprehensive global agreement on climate change has drifted out of political reach. The world’s...