AsylumConnect at NYU!

The UN Global Initiative Program at NYU held at the Grand Hall of the NYU Global Center  

The UN Global Initiative Program at NYU held at the Grand Hall of the NYU Global Center  

On March 1st, Katie (AsylumConnect Co-founder/Co-director) had the opportunity to share AsylumConnect with approximately 200 members of the New York University (NYU) community as part of the UN Global Initiative Program at NYU.

 

Katie, AsylumConnect Co-founder/Co-director, presenting at the program 

Katie, AsylumConnect Co-founder/Co-director, presenting at the program 

The program reunited the five global campaigns launched at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City at last summer's Millennium Campus Conference (MCC15).

Katie, AsylumConnect Co-founder/Co-director, with the leaders of three of the other global campaigns

Katie, AsylumConnect Co-founder/Co-director, with the leaders of three of the other global campaigns

Katie, AsylumConnect Co-founder/Co-director, with the other global campaign leaders and NYU event organizers

Katie, AsylumConnect Co-founder/Co-director, with the other global campaign leaders and NYU event organizers

The program also featured NYU student speakers on campus global initiatives, a panel discussion with Q & A with the five global campaign leaders, as well as global campaign information booths. 

Katie, AsylumConnect Co-founder/Co-director, with the other global campaign leaders as part of the event's panel discussion with Q & A

Katie, AsylumConnect Co-founder/Co-director, with the other global campaign leaders as part of the event's panel discussion with Q & A

Interested in joining the AsylumConnect global peace campaign? Here are some ways to get involved today: 

1. Apply to join our team! Available positions/applications are updated on our website:

2. Sign-up to translate for us on as needed basis:

3. Help us to raise awareness through social media: 

4. Tune into our monthly, 2-hour, interactive, online global peace campaign webinars:


AsylumConnect thanks NYU for the opportunity to present our cause and organization to a new audience!