On the occasion of 75th Anniversary of United Nations Organizations Antony M Lobo, will be speaking on 26th June 2020 at 3:30pm of INDIAN TIME (11:00AM of West Africa Time). He will be speaking on the below mentioned topic.
"What forms of action and collaboration might be needed at the local, national and International levels to make the World a better place putting MEDIA and JOURNALIST in the picture? And what type of role might the United Nations and other international institutions have in facilitating this? How can they improve?"
Platform that the talk will be held on Zoom video call with Meeting ID: 772 5659 7917 and Password: 0V2LDX
As the biggest-ever global conversation, UN75 will amplify the voices of people online and offline, in communities, schools, cities, boardrooms and parliaments, across countries and generations. As people imagine future scenarios based on their own experiences and perspectives, they will source solutions for collective action. Connecting people and amplifying their voices leads to one primary goal: inspire action for a better future. The ideas generated during
UN75 are expected to:
- Inform public debate
- Be taken up by national and international decision-makers
- Inspire broader civic engagement
- Deepen global cooperation
Each conversation is an opportunity to encourage individuals to take actions in their own lives in line with what they have heard and learned. They can yield insights and evidence that national and international organizations can apply. Findings may inspire new programmes, investments, partnerships and campaigns, among other options. The views and ideas that are generated will be presented to world leaders and senior UN officials at a high-profile event during the 75th Session of the United Nations General Assembly in September 2020.
Antony Mavrel Lobo is hailing from St. Joseph the Worker Church Neernamatga, Mangalore, Karnataka, India. He is an alumni of St. Aloysius (autonomous) College, Mangalore. He worked as Radio Programme Producer in Community Radio Stations in Mangalore and Tumkur. Then continued working in print media in Mangalore City. Since 2013 he is working at the Department of Media Studies of Christ (Deemed to be University), Bangalore. He is also a PhD Scholar, who is doing his research on Konkani Music.