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E-Pub Remembering Jim Grant: Champion for Children from “other News”

Over 50 former UNICEF staff and others contributed to these short stories and photos about life at NYHQ and in the field with the 3rd Executive Director James Grant. Download in English for free: Presented by Other News publications … Continue reading

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Sheila Bary Tacon Remembers: 70 years, end WW2, Hope for a generation

Some of us remember the Second World War. We were youngsters and very conscious of our parents’ worries and concerns. The war had taken a terrible toll. We lost relatives and neighbors. But from one day to the next, the … Continue reading

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Unholy Marriages of Religion and Politics – by Alan Brody

My op-ed this month has a few things to say about people, whatever their religion, who believe they should be agents of God’s punishments…   No one religion has a monopoly on those sorts. You can find it (and share … Continue reading

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Everything Up in Smoke Except Ourselves (Op-ed – Old Unicef)

Dear Friends, Some of you have already heard the news of the fire Mary and I escaped from 10 days ago, For those who haven’t, an account of sorts is in the Christmas Eve Press Citizen, in the form of … Continue reading

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Where Were YOU 25 years ago? CRC@25

Twenty five years later – do you remember where you were? Tomorrow children will have a moment in the sun. UNICEF will launch The #IMAGINE Project. John Lennon’s song provides the backdrop for the renewal of commitments for CRC implementation … Continue reading

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A New York story from Mary Cahill

A celebration at a restaurant brought this story to mind. The restaurant had lots of forsythia at the reception desk and the yellow buds were about to open. I was reminded of the time when I had a horse named … Continue reading

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