“Since the founding of the United Nations, the efforts of a comprehensive research and action focus on particular issues at the highest level of governance, with all countries represented, is making a difference in various areas of human life around the world: UNICEF, Education, World Hunger, Clean Water, and so much more.
“In this 70th year of the United Nations General Assembly meeting to address shared concerns and solutions, it is notable that there is support for a Culture of Peace. As we strive to build the new civilization; as we seek solutions to crisis in virtually every area of human life; as the Climate Change Summit in Paris closes; as we face violence in the extreme; this focus on peace is heartening. Ambassador Anwarul Chowdhury, Former Under-Secretary-General and High Representative of the UN dares to ask the question, “Is Peace A Human Right,” and in this interview offers history and perspective on the significant recent UN Resolution in support of a Culture of Peace.”
Read the full interview by Dot Maver….