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UNA DINNER FORUM

"Will China Replace the US in the Global Leadership Race - and within the United Nations ?"

Thursday April 10, 6:15-8:45pm

Location: King Tsin Restaurant, 1699 Solano Ave, Berkeley

Speaker: Roy Morey, former UN Resident Coordinator in China (presentation followed by Q&A)

Roy Morey served in senior management positions in the United Nations for 22 years, including in China, Vietnam, Thailand, Samoa and Washington D.C., principally working for the United Nations Development Program.  Prior to joining the UN, he served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs. Mr. Morey is a former chair of the political science department at Denison University.  He currently is an international consultant living in Tucson, Arizona. 

Reservations Required:  Advance reservations are required no later than April 8th for the program and the delicious 9-dish Chinese banquet that will precede it:  $20 discounted for UNA members, $25 for non-members.  $10 subsidized for students.  Space is limited, so register early:   510-717-5204 or email unaeastbaydinnerforum@gmail.com

 


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NOTHING BUT NETS CAMPAIGN

Join the NET Work that saves lives! Every 60 seconds a child dies from malaria. Yet it's a preventable disease spread by a single mosquito bite.

Team up with All-Star Steph Curry of Golden State Warriors. He donates 3 bed-nets to fight malaria in Africa for every 3-point shot he makes. He just broke the NBA season record with 272 3-pointers, so that's 816 bed nets and the season's not over! To see how you can join him, click here.

The NET Work project in the Bay Area is affiliated with Nothing But Nets, the UN Foundation campaign that has raised $50+ million since 2006 to provide 7 million nets in Africa.

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UNA EAST BAY CENTER

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UNA East Bay Center, 2539 Telegraph Ave., Berkeley (at Blake). Hours: Tu, Th, Fri, Sat 12-5pm. Phone: 510-849-1752. UNICEF cards, flags, international fair trade gifts, books, jewelry, T-shirts are available for sale. Note: The Center does not accept credit cards.