In-person: Church Center for the United Nations:
777 United Nations Plaza, 2nd Floor, 44th St & 1st Ave, NYC
March 13th at 1:50 PM to 4:10 PM
Please arrive at 1:50 PM for a performance by an accomplished musician, Sherjan Ahmad.
** UN CSW requires all attendees to bring proof of COVID vaccination (a photo of a vaccine card is fine) or a negative COVID test. **
PACE: Progressive American Community Empowerment
is co-hosting the “Breaking the Divide: Connecting Communities” parallel dialogue at the 67th United Nations Commission on the Status of Women under the priority theme of “Innovation and technological change, and education in the digital age for achieving gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls.” PACE believes in bridging development gaps by bringing together NGOs on the ground, the private sector, and decision-makers to ensure that challenges are met in a unique, sustainable, and transformative manner.
Please join us as PACE shares its story and best practices on food security, health access, workforce development, and helping to foster connectivity at home and abroad under the vision of “building, growing, and living together.”
We will explore:
building inclusive communities, fostering connectivity, food security, nutritional education, workforce development, digital healthcare, civic engagement
PACE will be featuring Deaf Reach
, a program that was established in 1998 to meet the tremendous need for deaf education in Pakistan. It is a growing network of seven schools, training centers, and colleges.
The event is in partnership with American TelePhysicians
, an innovative physician-led digital healthcare & telemedicine company with expertise in building 360º healthcare ecosystems. ATP has projects in North America, Asia, Australia, and Africa.
The dialogue is being co-hosted by Blue Ridge Impact Consulting
. The Founder & CEO of Blue Ridge, Dr. Ameena Zia, UN NGO Representative, will moderate the event.