The Human Security For All (HS4A) is a global campaign led by the United Nations Trust Fund for Human Security and the World Academy of Art and Science in partnership with a broad constituent of entities and citizens like you. Our aim is to:
Promote human security among networks of people who play key roles in adopting new ideas and translating them into action – policymakers, youth leaders, private sector innovators and financiers as well as educators, scientists, artists and more.
Generate widespread awareness of the urgent need to advance human security and its application in response to today’s interlinked crises in communities across the globe.
Create a global constituency for human security that helps drive support for meeting the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.
Call for concrete action to achieve human security for all by actively promoting solutions and amplifying stories of success.
Join us in Room One – http://zoom.us/j/6060001111
Watch it Live on The OneStream – https://unity.earth/the-one-stream/
Dr. Ash Pachauri, Co-founder, Protect Our Planet Movement, has a PhD in decision behavior and master’s degree in international management. Having worked with McKinsey & Company before pursuing a career in the social development arena, Dr. Pachauri’s experience in the fields of public health and sustainable development emerge from a range of initiatives including those of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the UN, CDC program interventions in the US as well as the POP Movement and the World Sustainable Development Forum, respectively. He is a technical adviser to the World Health Organization on Self-Care global guidelines.
Audrey Kitagawa is the President and Founder of the International Academy for Multicultural Cooperation, the President of the Light of Awareness International Spiritual Family, the Chair of the Anti-Racism Initiative and Co-Chair of the Gender Equality Working Group of the G20 Interfaith Forum, and the former Advisor to the Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict at the United Nations.
Dora Damjanovic, Public Relations Manager, Human Security for All Campaign. Dora studied Global Affairs at King’s College London, specializing in India, Africa, and South America. She is a Junior Fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science and one of the founders of Youth Leadership Network, a global NGO that aims to connect young leaders, activists, and field experts to organizations and projects to create more youth participation in the 21st century. She also has her sustainable clothing brand “Doro Design” through which she promotes sustainable development and raises awareness about climate change. She has also worked as a project coordinator assistant in the United Nations and European Parliament.
Mr. Jonathan Granoff, an international lawyer, serves as a Special Representative to the United Nations for the Permanent Secretariat of the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates. He is the President of the Global Security Institute, Chair of the Task Force on Nuclear Nonproliferation of the International Law Section of the American Bar Association, and Ambassador for Peace and Security of the Parliament of the World’s Religions. He focuses his advocacy efforts on the legal, moral, political and spiritual dimensions of peace with a particular emphasis on the rule of law and the elimination of nuclear weapons. An award winning screenwriter, he is a widely published scholar and serves on numerous advisery and governing boards such as the NGO Committee on Disarmament, Peace and Security at the UN, Lawyers Committee on Nuclear Policy, Middle Powers Initiative, Parliamentarians for Nuclear Nonproliferation and Disarmament, and the Jane Goodall Institute. He is a Fellow in the World Academy of Arts and Science and recipient of numerous awards such as the Arthur E. Armitage, Sr. Distinguished Alumni Award of Rutgers University School of Law. He has represented the Nobel Laureate organization the International Peace Bureau at Summits and was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014.