Monthly Newsletters

Fall 2015 Newsletter

Fall 2015 Newsletter

Highlights: Miss Guinee North America, Nelson Mandela Day Award Recipients, 2015 IMUN/STEM delegates A wonderful year it has been working together with you to advance UNESCO's mission of peace through understanding. On behalf of everyone here at the U.S. Federation of UNESCO Centers and Associations, I sincerely thank you for your continuous support.

January 2015 Newsletter

January 2015 Newsletter

Highlights: New UNESCO Centers, 2015 Youth Multimedia Competition, Interviews with 2014 Competition Winners

November-December 2014 Newsletter

November-December 2014 Newsletter

Highlights: Interview with Jonas Haertle and Marija Jelic

August - October 2014 Newsletter

August - October 2014 Newsletter

Highlights: Action Moves People United, Interview with Rebecca Myers and Maria Paola Azzario

June/July 2014 Newsletter

June/July 2014 Newsletter

Highlights: Poem Submissions for a new Spoken Word CD Project, Winners of the "Future of Education" Worldwide Youth Contest

May/June 2014 Newsletter

May/June 2014 Newsletter

Highlights: Crystal Nix-Hines confirmed as U.S. Ambassador to UNESCO, Tesla Global Forum

April/May 2014 Newsletter

April/May 2014 Newsletter

Highlights: Food Recovery Network Summit, USFUCA President's Visit to China, Bridgeme

March 2014 Newsletter

March 2014 Newsletter

Highlights: Newest Clubs, WFUCA Conference

February 2014 Newsletter

February 2014 Newsletter

Highlights: World Federation of UNESCO Clubs 2014 International Conference, Interview with Dr. Daniela Popescu

January 2014 Newsletter

January 2014 Newsletter

Highlights: WFUCA 2014 International Conference, Youth Multimedia Competition Winners, Penn State UNESCO Chair Development Work

Fall 2015 Newsletter
 

Highlights: Miss Guinee North America, Nelson Mandela Day Award Recipients, 2015 IMUN/STEM delegates

 

A wonderful year it has been working together with you to advance UNESCO's mission of peace through understanding. On behalf of everyone here at the U.S. Federation of UNESCO Centers and Associations, I sincerely thank you for your continuous support. 

January 2015 Newsletter
 

Highlights: New UNESCO Centers, 2015 Youth Multimedia Competition, Interviews with 2014 Competition Winners 

 

With such a successful year in 2014, we are so excited to work with you again this year to really push the UNESCO grassroots movement in the United States to new heights. With new UNESCO centers just having joined us in the last month, meaningful programs that engage the young and the young at heart alike, we look forward to a great 2015. Thank you and hope you are having a wonderful new year.

November - December 2014 Newsletter
 

Highlights: Interview with Jonas Haertle and Marija Jelic
 

A wonderful year it has been working together with you to advance UNESCO's mission of peace through understanding. On behalf of everyone here at the U.S. Federation of UNESCO Centers and Associations, I sincerely thank you for your continuous support. 

August - October 2014 Newsletter
 

Highlights: Action Moves People United, Interview with Rebecca Myers and Maria Paola Azzario

 

As always, we thank you for your continuing support for this organization and all the work we do. As autumn begins, we invite you to enjoy the cool breeze, colorful leaves and the sound of the little kids running out the schoolhouse as the bell rings for the end of the school day.

 

June/July 2014 Newsletter
 

Highlights: Poem Submissions for a new Spoken Word CD Project, Winners of the "Future of Education" Worldwide Youth Contest

 

As the national body that oversees the presence and growth of the UNESCO Club movement in the United States of America, we hope your summer abounds with fun in the sun and enjoying these days with the people you care about most. A lot of wonderful things have been going on in USFUCA too, and we encourage you to read through the newsletter and get the latest on what's been happening.

 

May/June 2014 Newsletter

 

Highlights: Crystal Nix-Hines confirmed as U.S. Ambassador to UNESCO, Tesla Global Forum
 

As the national body that oversees the presence and growth of the UNESCO Club movement in the United States of America, we hope you are having a wonderful summer filled with joyful memories spent with friends and family. During summer is the full bloom of cultural festivals and other activities that promote the mission of UNESCO, and we hope you take part in them.

 

April/May 2014 Newsletter

 

Highlights: Food Recovery Network Summit, USFUCA President's Visit to China, Bridgeme
 

As the national body that oversees the presence and growth of the UNESCO Clubs and grassroots movement in America, we look forward to the vibrant, blossoming growth all around us this new spring season. From the Songkran Water Festival in Thailand to the White House Easter Egg Roll here in the United States, spring is an exciting time for so many people around the world. These festivities unite us in our shared joy for this season that symbolizes growth, harmony and beauty.

March 2014 Newsletter
 

Highlights: Newest Clubs, WFUCA Conference

 

We would like to congratulate our three newest UNESCO Clubs, and express our sincere thanks for the remarkable work that U.S. National Commissioners for UNESCO Ms. Barbara Ford and Dr. Sheree Wan have done to expand the UNESCO Club movement. Also, read about our most recent WFUCA Conference, on March 7-12, 2014, in which the U.S. Federation of UNESCO Clubs hosted over 200 delegates.

February 2014 Newsletter

 

Highlights: World Federation of UNESCO Clubs 2014 International Conference, Interview with Dr. Daniela Popescu

 

As the President of the European and North American Federation of UNESCO Clubs, Centers and Associations (EFUCA), Dr. Popescu brings a wealth of experience in the promotion of peace through education, science and culture. And As the World Federation of UNESCO Clubs 2014 International Conference and Executive Board Meeting gets closer, we here at the U.S. Federation of UNESCO Clubs are getting more and more excited, and we hope you are too!

 

January 2014 Newsletter

 

Highlights: WFUCA 2014 International Conference, Youth Multimedia Competition Winners, Penn State UNESCO Chair Development Work

 

As the national body that oversees the presence and growth of the UNESCO grassroots movement in America, we look forward to another successful year in our mission to promote peace through understanding. We look forward to working with you again this year to build a better society together.

 

 

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Albert Gianatan, National Director of Publications   |   Anna Chung, Web Development Director

Sukanya Mukherjee, Content and Social Media Editor   |  Harrison Yue, Graphics Editor