Young People Driving Global Governance and Local Action
A panel hosted by #TheWorldIsWatching at the Civil 20, the civil society engagement group of the G-20. The panel discussed youth engagement in government, as well as the effects of COVID-19 on underrepresented communities of color, international trade, and the global health crisis.
UN75, UNITED NATIONS ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED STATES, UN2020 CIVIL SOCIETY PARTNERSHIPS FOR THE UN WE NEED, NGO COMMITTEE ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT NY, US-ASEAN YOUTH COUNCIL, INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF POLITICAL SCIENCE STUDENTS
The Eradication of Structural Racism as a Key Factor in Achieving Sustainable Development Goals
To celebrate 75 years of the United Nations, the UN75 hosted an international panel on systemic racism and its role in sustainable development. The panel included co-founders Alexandria J. Maloney and Vannary Kong and discussed the involvement of people of color in public policy and ways for the United Nations to assess the progress of racial and ethnic equality.
Featured on Episode: The World Is Watching-Black Lives Matter
Co-founder Vannary Kong and Executive Director Jennifer Zhang sit down with host Natalia Bonilla to discuss #TheWorldIsWatching, the Black Lives Matter movement, and how to authentically show solidarity for social movements.
Featured on Episode 25: The Global BLM Movement
#TheWorldIsWatching co-founder Alexandria J. Maloney joins host Corey Tindall to discuss workplace racial inequality, as well as the Black Lives Matter movement within the United States and internationally.
AFRICAN VIEWS, QUEEN DIAMBI OF THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO, ALLIANCE OF NGOs AND CSOs FOR SOUTH-SOUTH COOPERATION
A United African Diaspora In the Era Of Black Lives Matter
The virtual panel, moderated by co-founder Alexandria J. Maloney, discussed the African Diaspora, international Black experiences, and the importance of uniting globally during the Black Lives Matter movement.