Atlanta's 2017 Hiroshima/Nagasaki events
APRIL 22, 2017
UNA-Atlanta will be celebrating Earth Day at
Clarkston Culture Fest
10 AM- 4 PM at 3666 Market St,
Clarkston, GA 30021
Bring your whole family to the Clarkston Culture Fest which aims to educate, appreciate, and celebrate the diversity of Clarkston, GA. UNA-Atlanta will be making solar ovens in the "Kids Zone." Participants at our table will learn about solar energy and UN Foundation's Clean Cookstoves campaign. For more information on Clarkston Culture Fest, please visit the event's website.
United Nations Association of Atlanta Members' Day
APRIL 30, 2017
at the home of Molly Woo,
1022 Canter Road NE, Atlanta, 30324
Please bring a dish to share or $10 donation to the UNA-USA’s Adopt-A-Future campaign
(please make checks payable to UNA/Adopt-A-Future)
RSVP at Atlanta.UNA@gmail.com
Children are welcome.
There will be a silent auction on unique art furniture, graciously provided by Molly Woo.
All proceeds will be donated to the
United Nations Association of United States of America Adopt-A-Future campaign.
Samples of available items are below. Please bring cash or make checks payable to UNA/Adopt-A-Future.
United Nations Association of Atlanta is proud to co-sponsor this year's CTAUN Atlanta conference:
WELCOMING NEW AMERICANS:
IMMIGRANTS AND REFUGEES STRENGTHEN OUR COMMUNITY
Saturday, 22 October, 2016 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Georgia State University School of Law
85 Park Place N.E., Atlanta
Jana Mason, J.D., Senior Advisor for External Relations and Government Affairs at the Washington, D.C. office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
We are excited to announce that Judge Navanethem Pillay will join us for this year's United Nations Day celebration on Oct 18, 2016. All the way from South Africa, Judge Pillay was the UN High Commissioner of Human Rights and served previously as a Judge on the International Criminal Court and earlier on the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
Join us at the Center for Civil and Human Rights for a night of discussion, reflection, and achievements, moderated by Professor Natsu Saito of Georgia State University College of Law. Hosted by Derrick Kayongo and Deborah Richardson, CEO and Executive Vice President of the Center for Civil Rights and representatives of the State Bar of Georgia International Law Section.
WHEN: OCTOBER 18, 2016
TIME: 7 P.M. - 9 P.M EST
WHERE: CENTER FOR CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS
100 Ivan Allen Jr Blvd NW, Atlanta, GA 30313
A FREE event providing interactive activities and artistic opportunities for Atlanta families and children of all ages to experience how children around the world survive and thrive.
September 18, 2016 1:00-4:00pm
Activities throughout the afternoon.
Woodruff Arts Center, 1280 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30309
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On the day of the event, be sure to check in at the registration table, to get your Passport to have stamped at each activity!
If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com or 404-239-3299.
The Clarkston Career Information Fair’s mission is to expose students and job seekers to careers in government, the private and non-private sectors, and academic programs to prepare them for such careers, as well as to create local awareness of career and industry skills needed to produce globally competitive citizens. The event will include: welcoming remarks by Mayor Ted Terry; a panel discussion, Living In Clarkston: A Local Perspective, with J.D. McCrary, Executive Director of the International Rescue Committee Atlanta, Lauren Brocket, Friends of Refugees, Dr. Pranaya Rana, refugee advocate, Dr. Paul McDaniel, Kennesaw State University; a presentation by Colonel Christopher Holshek of The National Service Ride: In Search of American Identity; and a photo exhibit, Community Dynamics in Clarkston: A Photovoice Project.
The event is free and open to the public. Employers and organizations interested in participating in the event should contact, UNA-Atlanta, President, Nalat Phanit-Black at (917) 669-2182 or email Atlanta.firstname.lastname@example.org or TRENDS Global, Chairman and Founder, Volker Franke at email@example.com or
Inspired by retired Army Colonel Christopher Holshek's book, Travels with Harley – Journeys in Search of Personal and National Identity, the National Service Ride leverages motorcycling's appeal to freedom, adventure, and moving forward to promote citizenship and service, starting right at home. “When we become better citizens, we become a better country – because, when you serve your community, you serve your country."
During this event, Col. Holshek himself, will present how to make community, public, and national service a cultural expectation, a common opportunity, and a civic rite of passage for every American by promoting engagement, collaboration and unity.
Tuesday, September 13th
Kennesaw State University, Carmichael Student Center, 1000 Chastain Road, Kennesaw, GA;
12:30 pm – 3:30 pm: the presentation will be the opening part of a discussion on building peace locally and globally, "The Journey of a Thousand Miles – The Roadmap to Your Community" co-hosted by Kennesaw State University, the United Nations Association, and TRENDS Global.