Dialogues on the future of the UN and the world begin on July 2 in Guinea-Bissau

In Guinea-Bissau, dialogues about the UN, an initiative launched by the Secretary-General in January this year as part of the Organization's 75th anniversary, begin on July 2 at 10 am, via the internet and from the auditorium of the Lusophone University

19 Jun 2020

Dialogues on the future of the UN and the world begin on July 2 in Guinea-Bissau

The dialogue will have the participation of the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General in Guinea-Bissau, Rosine Sori-Coulibaly and the Deputy Representative and Resident Coordinator, Mamadou Diallo.

The second and third dialogues are scheduled for August 5th and September 2nd, respectively. The dialogues and all activities in the context of UN 75 are being organized jointly with the National Network of Youth Associations (RENAJ) and the National Youth Council (CNJ).

In addition to the dialogues, a group of 40 volunteers from these organizations will begin to implement the “UN75 beyond 2020” survey in the country, respecting the restrictions imposed by the COVID 19 pandemic. Since the official launch of the UN75 initiative on January 1, 2020, more than 23,000 people in all regions of the world have participated in the poll on the UN and multilateralism.

Since then, UN agencies and offices around the world have continued to participate and share the one-minute poll, in addition to organizing and organizing dialogues. To mark its 75th anniversary in 2020, the United Nations launched a global dialogue on the role of global cooperation in shaping the future. The UN General Assembly resolution to celebrate the Organization's 75th anniversary emphasized the need to involve young people.

To attend the first dialogue in GB follow the link: https://bit.ly/2BnOcEp