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Dr. Ademola Olugebefola, NYMLK Representative Elected to Department of Public Information Executive Committee United Nations NGO
 

September1, 2009

Dr. Ademola Olugebefola, NYMLK Representative was elected in September, 2009 to serve on the prestigious Executive Committee of Non-Governmental Organizations Associated of the United Nations Department of Public Information (NGO/DPI Executive Committee) for the 2009 – 2011 term.

 

The Executive Committee acts as a liaison between the NGO community and DPI in connection with the provision of services, the production of materials, the use of UN facilities and all other matters that meet the information-related needs of NGOs associated with the UN. The NGO / DPI Executive Committee helps UN-associated NGOs make effective use of the available information and material to increase knowledge about, and public understanding of, the UN purpose, structure, policies, actions and programs.

The NGO / DPI Executive Committee is composed of eighteen elected representatives and alternate representatives of UN/DPI-associated NGOs who have time to devote to the work of the Executive Committee. Those elected are called Directors. 

Election to the Executive Committee is based on UN-associated organizational membership. However, once elected, each Executive Committee Director acts in the interests of the entire NGO community. 

Executive Committee 2009-2011: 

CHAIR: Jeffery Huffines, CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation


SECRETARY: Richard Jordan, International Council for Caring Communities, Inc. (ICCC)

MEMBERS:
Stafford Mousky, Association for Former International Civil Servants Ann Nicol, United Nations Association of New York (UNA-NY) Dr. Ademola Olugebefola, New York Metropolitan Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolence, Estelle Perry, Center for UN Reform Education Eva Richter, International Federation of Business and Professional Women Janet Salazar, Foundation for the Support of the United Nations

      
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