NEWSLETTER AUGUST 2023 - Empowering Through Training, Exciting Opportunities, and new development
At the UNPO, we want to express our heartfelt gratitude for your unwavering commitment to our shared mission.
In this newsletter, we are excited to share some significant developments and opportunities that we believe will be of interest to our members. One of the key highlights is the upcoming launch of the UNPO cloud platform, a dedicated space tailored exclusively for our members.
The UNPO secretariat wishes to draw attention to the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances, this day is to raise awareness of this inhumane practice and advocate for justice for the victims and their families. we express our wholehearted support to their family, friends, and loved ones.
We also present UNPO engagements and support from August with Khmer-Krom activists at the United Nations In Geneva. Over the course of the day, Secretary-General Mercè Monje Cano and advocacy assistant Matthew Cave had the honor of providing support to the dedicated Khmer-Krom as they engaged in impactful and influential advocacy.
The UNPO once again extends its heartfelt congratulations to the Naga people on this significant occasion of the 76th anniversary of Naga Independence. The Naga people are known for their rich cultural diversity and are located in Nagalim a region between China, India, and Myanmar. Their event showcased their unwavering commitment to preserving their national identity and their pursuit of self-determination.
Finally, as every month we share with our members exciting opportunities that are available for them