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"GVI provides the necessary knowledge and training for international organization staff to support the personal, organisational and social transformation needed to align policy and practice with the UN values for peace, justice, equality, human dignity, and environmental sustainability"
- Merlyn Ooms

 
"How greater equality means greater well-being: Human rights in the 2030 sustainable development agenda" - An article by Global Vision Institute President

 
In her role as President of Global Vision Institute, Alisa Clarke discusses the case for human rights in the newly developed Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals. Ms. Clarke explores how the SDG’s are tackling human right issues such as inequality in efforts to promote an overall well-being for all and lead to global fulfillment. This article will appear as a chapter in the upcoming book "International Human Rights and Justice". We invite you to read the full article on this compelling argument by clicking here 
Fundraising Program

GVI is developing a pilot accreditation programme for universities where students in the field of International Affairs will be trained to become the next generation of values-driven international leaders.

Through periodic assessments of values, supportive workshops and a UN mentoring programme, students will be able to develop a more in-depth understanding of the UN values and how to apply them in a real world context. Find out more about this exciting new project by clicking here
 
 
"I love the UN, but it's failing"
         
With the international crises that continue to develop and the UN’s need for an urgent response, Former Assistant Secretary General for Field Support, Anthony Banbury goes over in detail his 30 years experience in the UN and why he feels in needs change. The article articulates the reason for GVI’s existence as well – to remind the UN of the purpose filled work it has at hand to and to bring it to the center stage of global politics. To read this compelling New York Times article, click here
Meet Merlyn Ooms - GVI's Board of Directors 

Merlyn Ooms is GVI’s newest member on its Board of Directors. We interviewed her exclusively for this newsletter to give our subscribers insight into new frontiers for GVI's work and why Merlyn believes that GVI’s values are still relevant in the current global system. To read the interview, click here!   
 
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