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iSING FOR CHANGE - UNESCO

Worldwide Charity "iSing For Change" supported by UNESCO

In today's world, girls and women need extra attention: girls make up a disproportionate number of out-of -school children, and two- thirds of nearly 775 million people lacking basic literacy skills are women. These inequalities persist despite numerous studies that show how educating and empowering girls and women transform communities, improving health, improving governance and driving developement. Under the leadership of Director-General Irina Bokova, UNESCO has made girl's and women's education and empowerment a major priority, as demonstrated by its Global Partnership for Girls' and Women's Education. The Global Partnership for Girls' and Women's Education has been successful in leveraging innovative mechanisms and programs to advance girls' and Women's education in Sub- Saharan Africa. " iSing for Change" program founded by Nicole Slack Jones and Aurélie Gibaru, will expand this initiative while sharpening its focus on culture and creativity.

Worldwide Charity Project / 

With strong support by UNESCO 

Goal / 

Education, Culture, Peace, Love ​

Role GIBARU PROJECTS / 

Co-Founder

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VERY SPECIAL INTERVIEW ON RFI BY JOE FARMER

Radio documentary of Nicole Slack Jones and Ambassador David T.Killion by Joe Farmer aired on the international radio RFI.

RFI Radio Show "L'EPOPEE DES MUSIQUE NOIRES" - NICOLE SLACK JONES & US AMBASSADOR DAVID KILLION
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NICOLE SLACK JONES SPEECH AT THE UNITED NATIONS 

Headquarters of the UNITED NATIONS in New York for the launch of the "Creative Economic Report".

UNESCO INVESTITURE CEREMONY

Nicole Slack Jones singing "What A Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong during the investiture ceremony of UNESCO Director-General Ms. Irina Bokova. Paris - November 18, 2013.

ACTIONS SPEAKS LOUDER THAN WORDS