Webinar: Spain in the Security Council and UNFICYP

Webinar Spain UNFICYPDear UNYANET friends,

It is a great pleasure to invite you all to join our webinar about Spain as a non-permanent member of the Security Council and the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP).

 

– Guest speaker: Mr. Alberto de la Calle García, Counselor, Spanish Mission to the UN.
– Thursday, 6th August 2015, 09.00h EDT / 15.00 CEST
– to join just connect to: anymeeting.com/unyanet
– Free of charge!

Agenda

1.- Spanish priorities within the Security Council.
2.- October Spanish presidency of the Council.
3.- UNFICYP’s historical context.
4.- Spanish position regarding UNFICYP within the SC.

We look forward to seeing you tomorrow! Thank you very much and follow us on social media too:

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About Pau Petit

Born in Barcelona. European Citizen of the World. President of UNYANET 2016-2017. Former PR Officer and former Chair of the Fundraising Experts Commission of UNYANET. Member of UN Association of Spain - Youth Section and representative to the United Nations Youth Associations Network (UNYANET) from 2010 till 2014. During this time he has been a very active MUNer going through all possible positions in the MUN world in several conferences around the globe. Also, as a proud GMUNer, Pau has met Ban Ki-Moon twice along his MUN circuit. Currently he is studying in Geneva his master’s in European Studies, specializing in economic and foreign policy of the European Union. Moreover, he has completed different internships and volunteering programs i.e. with UNESCO, UNYANET, ICTSD, among others, where he has also learnt about altruism and philanthropy. Furthermore, as an avid sportsman, Pau enjoys every possible sport on Earth and together with his former team won the basketball league of Catalonia. Finally, Pau is firmly committed with human rights of people with disabilities and believes that education and sports can play a key role in building trust and peace in post-conflict societies. His dream is world peace.

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