“Be a global citizen – act with passion and compassion”

Ban Ki-Moon and Heinz Fischer launch a new Centre for Global Citizens to empower young people

Vienna, 3 January 2018

Today Ban Ki-moon, (UN Secretary-General from 2007 – 2016) and Dr. Heinz Fischer, (Federal President of Austria from 2004 – 2016) officially inaugurated the Ban Ki-Moon Centre for Global Citizens in Vienna at a ceremony at the Federal Chancellery of Austria, at the invitation of the Chancellor of the Republic of Austria, Mr. Sebastian Kurz.

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Inauguration of the Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizens

The Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizens is inaugurated on 03.01.2018 in Vienna at the Austrian Federal Chancellery under the auspices of Chancellor Sebastian Kurz. Direct link to video here.
 

Live from the Austrian Bundeskanzleramt: Inauguration of the Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizens

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

 

Let’s unite in moving ahead with this Paris climate change agreement

London – US President Donald Trump is “standing on the wrong side of history” in withdrawing from the Paris Climate Treaty

“I am deeply concerned about what President Trump of the United States has declared that the US is withdrawing from this Paris Agreement. I have been speaking out that his vision is politically short-sighted, and economically irresponsible and scientifically wrong. So he is standing on the wrong side of history,” Ban said on the sidelines of a London peace walk.

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“65 million children are still out of school” warned former UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon

Toronto – WE, the largest youth organization in Canada to date and it’s only getting bigger. WE officially opened the doors to its first ever Global Learning Centre (GLC) – a space for big thinking youth to pitch their ideas, connect with kids across the globe and ultimately impact their communities.

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