Unity in Diversity Events
Unity in Diversity Events aims to open new pathways for increased understanding and collaboration among peoples and cultures in communities around the world.
Some benefits of Unity in Diversity Events include:
- engage community leaders in the global intercultural discussion
- identify innovative grassroots solutions that can be scaled up and replicated
- help shape policy
- share best practices; reduce duplication
Celebrating Unity in Diversity in Nigeria
At a time when it seems there is more insecurity than hope, we used the occasion of the Children's Day to celebrate Unity in Diversity in Nigeria. Read more
The Unity in Diversity Club/GBHS Mendong/Cameroun is pleased to celebrate together with the global community of “Unity in Diversity” the first day of "Love and Oneness”. Read more
Unity in Diversity World Radiance School Camp - Summer.
"We partnered with Red Cross, County Government of Nakuru Environment Department, Kenya Wildlife Service and the local communities. The objective: to bring youth from different ethnic groups together, age between 12 to 24, to become responsible citizens who can coexist with each other peacefully." Read more
Young Women Empowerment and Income Enhancement through Entrepreneurships (YWEIE) By Ray of Hope Africa (RAHA), with funding from US Embassy in Uganda through the PEPFAR Community Grants Program has been implementing the żYoung Women Empowerment and Income Enhancement through Entrepreneurships... Read more
Nakuru Spring Camp - By: World Radiance International
50 young participants registered for the camp were engaged in cultural diversity learning. The Environment club engaged them with Kenya Wildlife service and were taught how different cultures practice Environment conservation.
United Nations, New York
Auckland, New Zealand
14-16 March 2016
Whittlesea, Victoria, Australia
Do One Thing for Diversity & Inclusion 2012 in the City of Whittlesea, Victoria (Australia)
6 October 2011
OPEN FORUM: GDF gives decisive contribution to launching UNAOC Civil Society Chapter in Australia