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Due to the pandemic of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) many schools have turned to online learning and teaching platforms. We, in collaboration with students from Lehigh University, have provided links to resources to help facilitate the transition to the online environment, for both the educator and the student. These resources are for primary and secondary Read MoreRead More »
Delegate Favio Ramirez Caminatti publishes an article on the MPP situation along the U.S./Mexico border. His article, “Examining the Legality of the Migrant Protection Protocols” (MPP) can be accessed here: https://mitchellhamline.edu/law-review/2020/03/18/legality-migrant-protection-protocols-mpp-asylum-seekers/ LINK Read More »
The Model UN is an excellent program to introduce high school students to the dynamics and issues of the United Nations. Students represent various countries and present issues of those nations in the form of debate. Chicago Hancock High School professor Andrew Martinek brought ten students to New York for a UN program last week. Read MoreRead More »
Today is Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent and the call to conversion. Conversion is also about transformation. The United Nations is about the business of transformation toward a better and more beautiful world. Written by Dominic Arcamone, Conversion as Transformation: Lonergan, Mentors, and Cinema is an engaging book on self-development and the search for Read MoreRead More »
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Booklet on the United Nations ENGLISH LINK: https://visit.un.org/sites/visit.un.org/files/visitorcentre_booklet_english_web_2017.pdf ESPAÑOL LINK: https://visit.un.org/sites/visit.un.org/files/visitorcentre_booklet_spanish_web_2017.pdf FRANCAIS LINK: https://visit.un.org/sites/visit.un.org/files/visitorcentre_booklet_french_web_2017.pdfRead More »
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