Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Future of the UN Discussion Thursday Feb. 23

Americans for Informed Democracy (www.aidemocracy.org) is hosting back-to-back events on “The Future of the United Nations” this Thursday at DePaul and the University of Chicago. The events will feature Gillian Sorensen, the former Assistant Secretary General of the United Nations from New York. The events will take place at 5 p.m. at DePaul and 8 p.m. at the University of Chicago. The events are free and open to all and both will offer free food and refreshments. Exact details are in the announcement about these events below. I encourage you to could share the announcement pasted below with your colleagues. This is a rare and amazing opportunity and I hope you can join us.
Seth GreenAmericans for Informed Democracy (www.aidemocracy.org)
The Future of the United Nations: Foreign Relations, International Health, and Economics in a Changing World


Gillian Sorensen
Senior Adviser and National Advocate at the United Nations Foundation
Former Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations
Former Head of the Office of External Relations for Secretary General Kofi AnnanClick here to read more about the speaker.

Date: Thursday, Feb. 23rd

DePaul: 5:00 p.m. at DePaul University in Room 161 of the SAC Building at 2320 N Kenmore + FullertonClick here for Directions to the DePaul event

University of Chicago: 8:00 p.m. at University of Chicago’s Biological Sciences Learning Center at 924 E. 57th Street
Click here for Directions to the University of Chicago event

Refreshments and Food will be served.