Wednesday, February 24, 2010

A program with Jane Robert -United Nations Assn.--San Fernando Valley Chapter

Ladies and Gentlemen,
On behalf of United Nation Association of USA, SanFernando chapter, would like to welcome every one of you for attending our program tonight.
I am delighted to introduce Mrs.jane Roberts that being a reason to hold this event.
We want to welcome Jane Roberts here tonight. For those of you who belong to the United Nations Association, Jane wants you to know she belongs to 3 different chapters right now. Jane is going to tell you what she has been doing for the last seven and one half years and how she hopes 34 Million Friends will go worldwide. She has received an award from the American Public Health Association, was among the Women of the Year for Mez. Magazine, one of one 21 Leaders of the 21st Century for Women's eNews(Covering Women's Issues – Changing Women's Lives
. She was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2005 as part of the 1000 Women Peace Project(she believed that peace cannot be achieved by one individual)..
She was recently named a Global Citizen by the Southern California Division of UNA. She has written a book called 34 Million Friends of the Women of the World. She thinks she has traveled to 36 states and spoken at more than 50 colleges and universities. So please welcome Jane who is going to talk to us about Women, Gender Equality and the Millennium Development Goals.
I congratulate you and Jane International women’s Day and her achievements.
Thank you and hope you have a good night with Jane.


Wednesday, March 3, 2010, 7:00 pm
Program will be as follow:
-David Tukman opening and introducing UNAUSA
2-Soraya Fallah Introducing Jane Roberts and welcome her
3-Jane Robert speech and her book
4-David Tukman honor Jane Roberts

Jane Roberts author of 34 Million Friends of the Women of the World
She will speak on:
Women, Gender Equality, and .The United Nations, Millennium Developmental Goals

Jane Roberts will inspire us to get involved in a worldwide grassroots movement for the women and girls of the world through the United Nations Population Fund called 34 Million Friends ( Hillary Clinton laments that globally women and girls are the "majority of the world's unhealthy, unschooled, unfed and unpaid". Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations states that "In women, the world has the most significant but UNTAPPED potential for development and peace." Jane Roberts will tie this all together and show that empowering women and girls with education, health, equality, and human rights is the basis of any hope for people, the planet, and peace.


Cal State, Northridge

18111 Nordhoff St., Northridge CA 91330

Sierra Hall, in Whitsett Room #451,4th Floor

For parking from Nordhoff St., enter Darby Ave. to Prairie St. There will be pay/info. booth #2. Parking is $6.
The attendant will point out the parking in structure B3.
The event is at Sierra Hall, Whitsett Room #451, 4th Floor,
near University Drive.
For Questions please call Elaine Trogman (818) 780-8345

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