THE UNITED NATIONS ASSOCIATION
Of the United States of America,
UNITING THE WORLD WITH ALOHA -
A WEEKEND OF PEACEMAKING
Friday April 23, 3-7:30pm
MODEL UNITED NATIONS
Sponsored by the United Nations Club of UH-Manoa
Theme: The Environment & Sustainable Development
Location: William S. Richardson School of Law, Room #2
Interested delegates should contact email@example.com
FREE - Refreshments served, donations gratefully accepted
at the door.
Saturday April 24, 9am-12:45pm
UNA-USA - HAWAI`I DIVISION
ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING
Theme: The role of the U.N. and Youth in peacemaking
in the Middle East
Location: University of Hawai`i-Manoa, School of Architecture
Auditorium, corner of University and Metcalf St.
Keynote: Prof. Majid Tehranian, Prof. at University of
Hawai'i and Director, Toda Institute for Global Peace & Policy Research;
Joined by student delegate Kiro Marder and participants in the Morocco
Youth Millennium Congress.
Introduction: by U.S. Ambassador Alvin Adams, Jr. (ret.)
Lunch: Dialogue with Dr. Tehranian and students
Parking: $3.00/on site all day in the University Ave. lot, or at the Dole
Street parking structure, or on street parking.
Suggested Donation: $10.00 for program, morning coffee and lunch
Saturday April 24, 1-6:15pm
FIRST UNAFF TRAVELING FILM FESTIVAL HAWAI`I
Theme: "Above All Nations Is Humanity"; three documentaries
showcasing the worldwide struggle for justice and dignity for all people.
Location: University of Hawai`i-Manoa - School of Architecture
Keynote: Prof. Vilsoni Hereniko, Director of The Land
Has Eyes premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2004
Introduction: Jasmina Bojic, Film Critic, Educator, Founder
& Executive Director of UNAFF & UNAFF-TF
An American Odyssey"
The story of legendary African-American scholar and statesman Ralph Johnson
Bunche's rise to Under-Secretary General of the UN. Dr. Bunche was the
first person of color to win the Nobel Peace Prize (1950).
Speaker Hawai`i State Rep. Helene Hale, Dr. Bunche's niece (invited).
Examines the global fisheries crisis and the forces pushing many marine
fish stocks toward commercial extension.
"In the Light of Reverence"
Explores America's cultural relationship to nature in three places considered
sacred by native peoples.
Reception with the Filmmakers
Pu'pu's, soft drinks & music
SUGGESTED DONATION AT THE DOOR
Students $6.00 -- General Admission $10.00
Donations are gratefully accepted to help support organization expenses.
Proceeds will support the UN Club of UH-Manoa and UNA-USA, Hawai`i Division
and UNAFF-TF Hawai`i.
Contact: Joanne Tachibana
(808) 487-8148 or firstname.lastname@example.org