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H&M Conscious Foundation announces new funding for Harlem school


- 22 Septembre 2014 modifié le 22 Septembre 2014 - 21:57


H&M Conscious Foundation announces new funding for Harlem school
 
And
 
UNICEF to release new data and analysis on child rights globally
 
 
WHAT:
The H&M Conscious Foundation will announce $1.3 million in new funding for a school in Harlem. The funding will support a health and education program designed to remove barriers to learning for underprivileged children
 
And
 
25 years since the Convention on the Rights of the Child was adopted, UNICEF will release a series of essays and statistical analysis that ask whether the world is a better place for children across the globe.
 
The press briefing will take place after Children in the Age of Sustainable Development -- a half-day event hosted at Columbia University bringing to together civil society, corporate and government leaders to discuss a post-2015 vision of child and human development.
 
WHO: 
Yoka Brandt, Deputy Executive Director UNICEF
Irwin Redlener,  Co-Founder and President, Children’s Health Fund and Director, 
Program on Child Wellbeing and Resilience at the Earth Institute, Columbia University
Jeffrey Sachs, Director, The Earth Institute, Columbia University   
Helena Thybell, H&M Conscious Foundation Global Manager
Alek Wek, International model and H&M Conscious Foundation Ambassador
 
WHEN: 
11:45 am EDT; Friday September 26, 2014
 
WHERE: 
The Trustees Room,
Columbia University, Low Memorial Library
535 W. 116th Street, New York, NY  


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