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UNICEF GEORGETOWN/FACEBOOK |UNICEF-Georgetown underscored the effects of gang violence on child migration to the U.S-Mexico Border in a conference on Nov. 10

UNICEF Conference Stresses Consequences of Gang Violence on Child Migration

By Clara Grudberg November 15, 2019

UNICEF-Georgetown hosted the 17th annual International Children’s Development Conference on Nov. 10, which focused on the effect of gang violence on the migration of children from Latin and Central...

Partner for Progress

By The Editorial Board February 23, 2016

Confined to our small college campus bubble, we as Georgetown students often find it difficult to influence events happening in the world around us. We often try to make a global impact by forming small,...

Put Down Your Phone to Save Lives

Put Down Your Phone to Save Lives

By KP and KP February 18, 2014

MIT professor, psychologist and author Sherry Turkle once wrote, "Always on/always-on-you communications devices are seductive for many reasons, among them, they give you the sense that one can do more,...

Water Week Draws Attention to Global Issue

By Lily Westergaard March 23, 2013

UNICEF Georgetown took a break from its regular fundraising and discussion last week to educate Georgetown about water, sanitation and hygiene needs around the world during World Water Week. UNICEF...

UNICEF Raises Money For Pakistan Flood Victims

By Copy Chief November 12, 2010

The Georgetown UNICEF chapter partnered with the South Asian Society and the Georgetown Gastronomes to host an awareness dinner this Wednesday, educating attendees about the ongoing effects from the disastrous...

UNICEF Talks Global Development at Dinner

By Sarah Kaplan November 9, 2010

Members of the Georgetown community came together to learn about and engage one another on the topic of global development at the UNICEF conference on Friday night. This was the eighth year that the...

GU-UNICEF Fights Crisis Drop by Drop

By Elizabeth Rowe March 23, 2010

In an effort to raise awareness of the world water crisis, the Georgetown chapter of UNICEF celebrates UNICEF World Water Week this week as a part of the UNICEF Tap Project, started in 2007. Participants...

This Week, Tap Into Global H2O Action

By Claire Charamnac and Renata Moniaga March 23, 2010

Odorless, colorless and tasteless, water is the basic building block of life. In this country and in our local communities, we often take it for granted. For us, clean water is just a tap or a fountain...

GU Professor Nominated for UNICEF Executive Director

By Maddie McLennon February 23, 2010

Anthony Lake, distinguished professor in practice of diplomacy in the School of Foreign Service, was nominated last week to be the next head of UNICEF. The news of Lake's nomination came in a letter...

GU Community Mobilizes for Haiti

By Lauren Weber January 22, 2010

While no members of the university community have been reported lost or injured as a result of the 7.0 earthquake that struck Haiti on Jan. 12, the university community has mobilized to raise funds...

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