Civil Society Dialogue with the President of the UN Security Council for May

The World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA) is a global nonprofit organization representing and coordinating a membership of over 100 national United Nations Associations.
Wednesday, May 10, 2017

On Wednesday, May 10, 2017, the World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA) convened the fourth in a series of Civil Society Dialogues with the President of the United Nations Security Council at the United Nations Headquarters in New York.

The dialogue featured H.E. Mr. Elbio Rosselli, Permanent Representative of Uruguay to the United Nations and President of the UN Security Council for the month of May. Mr. Bonian Golmohammadi, WFUNA’s Secretary-General, moderated the discussion that brought together over 25 UN-focused civil society representatives.

Ambassador Rosselli explained that the three significant items they added to the UN Security Council's program of work for May were a mission to Columbia and open debates on sexual violence in conflict and protection of civilians in conflict. He then answered questions from CSO representatives on a wide range of topics including youth involvement at the UN, Venezuela, Yemen, South Sudan, gender equality, among other issues.

Missed it? Watch the full recording here

WFUNA will continue hosting monthly briefings with subsequent Presidents of the United Nations Security Council. 

For more coverage of this event, see our Twitter recap.

Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter

Watch us on YouTubeAdd us to your circle

 

Workging Globally for a Stronger and More Effectively - United Nations

 

© WFUNA
1 United Nations Plaza
Room 1177
New York, NY 10017, USA
Tel: 212-963-5610


12F, Seoul Global Center Building
38 Jong-ro (Seorin-dong)
Jongno-gu,  
Seoul, Republic of Korea

Tel: +82 2 6925 2695


info@wfuna.org
www.wfuna.org

 

FMANU
Palais des Nations
DEP 11-12-13
1211 Geneva, Switzerland
Tel +41 22 917 3239

 

Rue Montoyer 14 Bruxelles - 1000 Belgium  

 

 

 

X
You may login with either your assigned username or your e-mail address.
The password field is case sensitive.

Loading