Candid Communications Launches New Book ‘Your Santa Agent Invitation’ to Help Parents Navigate the ‘Santa’ Conversation

New children’s book reveals the origins of Santa in a gentle, positive, and enjoyable way, helping parents stay in control of the information and keep the magic of Christmas very much alive Featured Image for Candid Communications SYDNEY, Nov. 02, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — New children’s picture book “Your Santa Agent Invitation” is a parent’s […]

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As COP27 approaches, Schneider Electric urges collective, systemic action for a fair energy transition

Schneider executives invited to advise on ways to solve energy and climate crises Schneider Electric Foundation on the ground to support initiatives to get young people more involved in climate action Rueil-Malmaison (France), November 1, 2022 – Schneider Electric, the leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, today called for accelerated action […]

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First Committee Approves Japan-, United States-Sponsored Draft Resolution on Common Road Map to World without Nuclear Weapons, by 18 Separate Votes

The First Committee (Disarmament and International Security) today approved a wide-ranging draft resolution, entitled “Steps to building a common road map towards a world without nuclear weapons”, which drew extensive debate and 18 separate recorded votes for approval. Introduced by Japan and co-sponsored by the United States, the text (document A/C.1/77/L.61) would have the General […]

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Third Committee Emphasizes That Conflicts, Climate-Induced Displacement, Cost-of-Living Crisis Driving Refugee Numbers to Record Level

Refugee Chief Highlights Ukraine Conflict as One of Fastest Refugee Crises Since Second World War States must urgently respond to a fast-growing global refugee crisis through concrete actions, the Third Committee (Social, Humanitarian and Cultural) heard today, as delegates shared problems and best practices during an interactive dialogue and general debate on refugees and displacement. […]

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Senior Officials Highlight Need to Better Protect ‘Blue Helmets’ as Fourth Committee Opens General Debate on Peacekeeping

Speakers Pay Tribute to 29 Fallen Peacekeepers So Far This Year Senior United Nations officials today highlighted the need to improve the safety, security and mental health of peacekeepers while also ensuring accountability, improving strategic communications in the field and bolstering the participation of women, as the Fourth Committee (Special Political and Decolonization) began its […]

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