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Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D. is cutting the ribbon at the 'Ribbon Cutting Ceremony' for Livingston Medical Groups.  
Organized by the Chamber of Commerce.  Dr. Kapur is a member of The Chamber of Commerce.  The ceremony
was celebrated by many distinguished members of the Chamber of Commerce, Hospital CEO & medical staff and
various other community leaders.  The ceremony was held at one of Dr. Kapur's medical clinic facilities.
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Dr. Anurita Kapur, who is a Board Member of UNA-USA-UNF, was invited to and attended and participated in a meeting
with Senator Booker's Office with all the Board Members of the UNA-USA-UNF in May, 2014.  The meeting was advocacy
for the United Nations and all its efforts to make the world a better place.  It was a great success.

Dr. Anurita Kapur as a Board Member, she was invited to and attended and participated at a Conference on Advancing the
Status of Women and Girls and Combatting Human Trafficking.  The event took place at the United Nations Foundation
office in Manhattan, New York in May, 2014.  
The other attendees and Anurita gave several solutions that were developed,
concrete, actionable, constructive recommendations about what measures can be taken by authorities to prevent this
problem from happening world-wide.  These suggestions were written in a report to the United Nations Office of the High
Commissioner on Human Rights Council, the U.S. State Department and Geneva and the implementation is expected to start
in 2015 or earlier.  

The Objective is: To advance the vital voice and constructive impact of civil society for the Universal Periodic Review of the
United States of America at the UN Human Rights Council in 2015
UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW CONSULTATION INITIATIVE
The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) is a new UN Human Rights Council mechanism which reviews
the human rights records of all UN members on a four‐year cycle.  Since its inception in 2006, the
UPR has received 100% participation from UN members.  Although reviews are conducted by UN
member‐states, civil society and grassroots advocates play a key role in the process as well, by submitting
observations and specific recommendations regarding each country’s human rights record.
THE PURPOSE IS TO IMPACT THE UN HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL.

The Key Presenters were: Latanya Mapp Frett, Vice President – Global Planned Parenthood Federation of America
Sarah Elizabeth Porter, Development Associate, ECPAT.  For the past two decades ECPAT‐USA has been at the forefront of
the fight to end the commercial sexual exploitation of children. ECPAT goes to the source of the problem by fighting for new
and improved laws, encouraging the private sector to do its part, and raising awareness among those who may be in a
position to identify a child who is being commercially sexually exploited.

Dr. Anurita Kapur attended a concert of Punjabi Singer:  Gippy Grewal and his troupe.

Gippy Grewal is an Indian singer and actor.  He is known for his Punjabi songs.  He rose to fame from his single Phulkari which broke many
records in Punjab. He made his debut in the 2010 movie, Mel Karade Rabba.  He has also received "PTC Best Actor Award" in 2011 for his
performance in 2011 blockbuster, Jihne Mera Dil Luteya.  He received the "PIFAA best actor award" in 2012 along with Diljit Dosanjh.

Dr. Anurita Kapur attended a concert at the Nassau Colliseum of singer: Sonu Nigam.  Anurita attended concert and Dinner
with the star & his troupe.

Dr. Anurita Kapur attended a musical Concert by world famous singer Yesu Das in May, 2014.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended an Event at the American Red Cross in New Jersey, May, 2014.  

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended an Event at the Hungarian Mission to the United Nations in Manhattan, New
York May, 2014.  Attendees were:  WHO, Clinton Foundation (CHI) and many more speakers.

Dr. Anurita Kapur supported the cause for The Better World Campaign:  Bring back our girls on May 9, 2014.

A few weeks ago, nearly 300 young girls were abducted from their school in Nigeria.  Since then, the terrorist group Boko Haram has claimed
responsibility for the kidnappings and threatened to sell the girls as slaves or into child marriages.

The abduction of these girls has sparked a worldwide outrage and calls for their safe return.  The international community, including the
United Nations, the White House, and the Nigerian government, have all pledged to help the cause: Bring Back Our Girls.

Anurita wants to be sure you are up to date on just how the U.S. and the UN are working to address this crisis:

-    Earlier this week, the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) called for the immediate and safe return of the girls
to their families, and warned Boko Haram that there is no statute of limitations on the prosecution of such crimes, declaring that, "anyone
responsible can be arrested, charged, prosecuted, and jailed at any time in the future."

-    Yesterday, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon spoke with Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan, offering to send a high-level
representative to Nigeria to discuss how the UN can support the government's efforts to confront the Boko Haram insurgency.

-    On Wednesday, the Obama Administration said it's actively exploring UN Security Council sanctions against Boko Haram.  Sanctions could
help the long-term fight against this kind of terrorist extremism that targets educators and students involved in "Western-style education."

As UN Foundation President and CEO Kathy Calvin noted, "the sad reality is that millions of girls around the world are denied education and
health care, forced into child marriage, sold into slavery, and subjected to violence.  Enough.  This horrendous attack must be a wake-up call
for the international community to do more for the girls in Nigeria and for girls everywhere."

"We must channel our outrage into results for girls around the world.  We must become agitators for change, not bystanders to the status
quo.  Raise your voice so girls remain on the world's radar.  Get involved and support their health, education, and empowerment."

We are all hoping that the girls are found soon. Until then, one of the best things we can do is to stay informed.  We'll keep you posted on any
new developments as they occur.   
Dr. Anurita Kapur added more by saying, "THERE SHOULD BE ZERO TOLERANCE FOR SEXUAL CRIMES
AGAINST WOMEN".  "We have to stand together to fight these crimes globally - only then we will be successful in doing away with such
heinous crimes of sexual violence against girls, women and boys."

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended, Beit Hatfutsot of America to a special viewing of the exhibition
FACES: WEAVING INDIAN JEWISH NARRATIVES, Siona Benjamin.

Beit Hatfutsot, The Museum of the Jewish People is more than a museum. This unique global institution tells the ongoing and extraordinary
story of the Jewish people. Beit Hatfutsot connects Jewish people to their roots and strengthens their personal and collective Jewish
identities. Beit Hatfutsot conveys to the world the fascinating narrative of the Jewish people and the essence of Jewish culture, faith,
purpose and deed while presenting the contribution of world Jewry to humanity.

Faces: Weaving Indian Jewish Narratives, is the story of our people which travels both space and time, branding together myriad threads of
the Jewish spirit into one eternal message. We are here.

About the Artist: The terrorist attack in 2008 on the Chabad House in Mumbai, the Jewish educational center and synagogue, transformed
Siona Benjamin's art and life in major ways. She was born in Mumbai, as a member of the Jewish Bene Israel group that settled there over
2000 years ago, and brought up in a predominantly Hindu and Muslim India.  Presently, she is a United States citizen and artist.  In her
paintings, Benjamin combines the imagery of her past with the role she plays in America today, making a mosaic inspired by Indian
miniature paintings, Sephardic icons, and often pop art.  Benjamin uses photography and painting to share the individual stories and
remarkable heritage of the ancient group.  She has exhibited in the US, Europe and Asia; received an Artist Fellowship from the New Jersey
State Council on the Arts in 2004; and a Fulbright Fellowship in 2011.

Flomenthaft Gallery is dedicated to showing the finest exhibition of original paintings, drawings, sculptures, prints and photography by a
roster of nationally and internationally renowned artists.  Outstanding 20th century works by historically important American and European
artists are also available throughout the year.

The Indo-American Arts Council is not-for-profit secular arts organization passionately dedicated to promoting, showcasing and building an
awareness of artists of Indian origin in the performing arts, visual arts, literary arts and folk arts.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended Academy Model United Nations: February, 2014 Bergen County Academies.
The Conference Academy Model United Nations (AMUN) is a two-day Model UN conference hosted by the Bergen County
Academies in New Jersey. This was be the fifteenth year that we welcome high school students and teachers from all
over the nation to participate in this exciting and educational Model UN experience.  The Conference provided students
with a taste of organized debate, allowing them to develop skills in diplomacy and cooperation while acquiring knowledge
about international relations.  This was an experience what AMUN XV has to offer!

Special Thanks to the following for their presence:  Committees Disarmament and International Security Committee
(DISEC), Special Political and Decolonization Committee (SPECPOL), Social Cultural and Humanitarian Committee
(SOCHUM), Joint Crisis Committees (JCC), World Health Organization (WHO), Economic and Financial Committee
(ECOFIN), African Union (AU), United Nations Security Council (UNSC), North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO),
Organization of American States (OAS), United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and Press Corps.

Dr. Anurita Kapur at a dinner meeting in New York City in February, 2014 for Medical Projects Discussions with Past
President of AAPI, a Cardiologist who was very instrumental in building clinics for poor villages in India.

After the Meeting met up with
H.E. Ambassador Masood Khan current Permanent Representative of Pakistan Mission to the
United Nations in New York.  
Shahid Afridi, World Renowned Pakistani Cricketer and other dignitaries with him.  Mr. Afridi is
in the U.S. for a very good cause of building a hospital in Pakistan.  Anurita commended Mr. Afridi on his hard work and
efforts he is making for his nation.  She assured him her support for him in his endeavors of good cause.  Mr. Afridi was very
delighted to hear Anurita's comments for his hospital project.  

Shahid Afridi - full name: Sahibzada Mohammad Shahid Khan Afridi is a Pakistani cricketer. Between 1996 and 2012, Afridi played 27 Tests, 350
One Day Internationals, and 59 Twenty 20 Internationals (T20Is) for the Pakistani national team. He made his ODI debut on 2 October 1996 against
Kenya and his Test debut on 22 October 1998 against Australia.

He is known for his aggressive batting style, and previously held the record for the fastest ODI century i.e.in 37 deliveries,(Now broken by Corey
Anderson who took one delivery less i.e.36 deliveries) which he made in his first international innings, as well as scoring 32 runs in a single over,
the third highest scoring over ever in an ODI.  He also holds the distinction of having hit the most number of sixes in the history of ODI cricket.  
Afridi considers himself a better bowler than batsman, and has taken 48 Test wickets and over 350 in ODIs. Currently Afridi is third on the list of
leading wicket takers in the Twenty 20 format, behind Saeed Ajmal and Umer Gul of Pakistan, taking 73 wickets from 70 matches.  Shahid Afridi
has signed to play for Sydney Thunder in Australia’s Twenty 20 Big Bash league.  In June 2009, Afridi took over the Twenty20 captaincy from
Younus Khan, and was later appointed ODI captain for the 2010 Asia Cup.  In his first match as ODI captain against Sri Lanka he scored a century
however Pakistan still lost by 16 runs.  He then also took over the Test captaincy but resigned after one match in charge citing lack of form and
ability to play Test cricket; at the same time he announced his retirement from Tests. He retained the captaincy in limited-overs form of the game
and led the team in the 2011 World Cup.  In May 2011, having led Pakistan in 34 ODIs, Afridi was replaced as captain.  Later that month he
announced his conditional retirement from international cricket in protest against his treatment by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).  However, in
October he
reversed his decision.  UNICEF and Pakistani authorities have taken Shahid Afridi on board for its anti-polio campaign in the tribal belt of lawless
Waziristan region.

H.E. Ambassador Masood Khan. Presently, President Sardar Muhammad Masood Khan took oath of office of the country President of Azad
Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday, August 17, 2016.  He is the 27th President of Azad State of Jammu and Kashmir.
 He is a career diplomat who
was the Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the United Nations in New York until 2015.  Previously, beginning in September 2008, he was
Pakistan's Ambassador to China.  Before that he was the ambassador and permanent representative of Pakistan to the United Nations Office at
Geneva from 2005 to 2008. He also stayed as the chairman of the Committee on Internet Governance at the World Summit on the Information
Society in 2005.

H.E. Amb. Masood Khan joined the Foreign Service of Pakistan in 1980. His foreign assignments include: Third Secretary in Beijing (1984–1986),
Second Secretary and First Secretary at The Hague (1986–1989) and Counselor at United Nations New York (1993–1997) and Political Counselor in
Washington, D.C. (1997–2002).
His assignments at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs include: section officer for Europe, Iran and South Asian countries (1980–1982), director for
Economic Cooperation Organization, Overseas Pakistanis and International Conferences (1990–1991), director for Secretary General's office
(1991–1992), director-general for East Asia and Pacific (2002–2003), director-general for United Nations, Disarmament, and Organisation of the
Islamic Conference (2003–2004) and spokesman for Pakistan Foreign Office (2003–2005).

H.E. Amb. Masood Khan was appointed as Pakistan's permanent representative to United Nations Office at Geneva in February 2005.  During this
time, he stayed as chairman for many forums including International Organization for Migration Council, Group of 77 and China at Geneva,
Government Group of International Labour Organization (ILO), Conference on Disarmament and Organisation of the Islamic Conference at
Geneva.  In September 2008, Masood Khan was appointed as Pakistan's Ambassador to People's Republic of China replacing Salman Bashir who
proceeded as Foreign Secretary at Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In October 2012, he was appointed as Pakistan's Permanent Representative to the
United Nations, New York.

Dr. Anurita Kapur was invited to and attended a Reception to Recognize South Asian Women for their good cause work in
the U.S.  Anurita and Mrs. Rana, a Pakistani Punjab Assembly lady from Lahore and several South Asian American Women
including Anurita were given recognition for all their hard work in the society.  Mrs. Rana is a political figure in Pakistan and is
working under the present Prime-Minister of Pakistan, Hon.
Nawaz Sharif.

South Asian Women Honored at Empowerment Conference in EDISON, N.J.
A diverse group of South Asian-American women gathered at Akbar restaurant here to honor distinguished achievements and discuss the
challenges they face in their respective careers at the inaugural South Asian Women Empowerment Conference Feb. 11.
Hosted by (SACO), the event opened with a rendition of the U.S. national anthem. More than 250 people including invited guests and elected
officials braved the cold weather to participate in the event, a press release from SACO.
Among prominent attendees were New Jersey State Senator Linda Greenstein, Assemblyman Upendra Chivukula, Assemblywoman Nancy
Pinkin, Assemblyman Pat Diegnan, Middlesex County Freeholder Charles Tomaro, Metuchen Council Women Dorothy Rumsfield, Mayor of
Edison Tom Lankey and Edison Councilman Alvero Gomez, Reggie Johnson, president of NAACP Metuchen Edison Area Branch, and Dr. A.D.
Amar, Seton Hall University.
Those honored at the event included Rana, known for her work for women in Pakistan and a current member of PM Nawaz Sharif’s Party in the
Legislative Assembly of Pakistan, Dr. Shukla, Dr. Kumari, Dr. Awan, Dr. Anurita Kapur, Engineer Ms. Hashmi, Entrepreneur Ms. Khawaja,
Insurance & Financial Planning Specialist Ms. Jagtiani, Educationist Ms. Sohail, Mrs. Gupta, founder of popular Dushahra, Ms. Agrawal, EBC Radio,
singer Ms. Irtaaza, Civil Rights Attorney Ms. Agha, Immigration Attorney Ms. Patel, and Ms. Rao, ITM.
SACO is a New Jersey-based organization that promotes South Asian civic participation in the U.S.

H.E. Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif  is the 18th and current Prime Minister of Pakistan, in office since June 2013.  A veteran politician and
industrialist, he previously served as Prime Minister from November 1990 to July 1993 and from February 1997 to October 1999.  Sharif is the
president of Pakistan Muslim League (N), which is currently Pakistan's largest political party, and has formed the government.  As the owner of
Ittefaq Group, a leading business conglomerate, he is also one of the country's wealthiest men.   is a multimillion dollar integrated steel producer
with major operations in Punjab Province of Pakistan.  This steel mill was founded and established by industrialist Muhammad Sharif his father.

Nawaz Sharif entered the corridors of power in 1980s when in the general elections of 1985, he won with an overwhelming majority, both in the
National and Provincial Assemblies. On 9 April 1985, he was sworn-in as Chief Minister of Punjab. On 31 May 1988, he was appointed caretaker
Chief Minister, after the dismissal of Assemblies by General Zia. Nawaz Sharif was again elected as Chief Minister after the 1988 general
elections.  After Zia's death and Benazir Bhutto's being elected Prime Minister in 1988, Sharif emerged as opposition leader from the
conservative Pakistan Muslim League. When Bhutto was dismissed by President Ghulam Ishaq Khan in 1990 on corruption charges, Sharif was
elected Prime Minister the same year. But relations between Sharif and Ghulam Ishaq too deteriorated, with Ghulam Ishaq attempting to dismiss
Sharif on similar charges. Sharif successfully challenged the President's decision in the Supreme Court, but both men were ultimately persuaded
to step down in 1993 by army chief Abdul Waheed Kakar.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended Recent Developments in Japan’s Economy & Monetary Policy
The Bank of Japan has been conducting Quantitative and Qualitative Monetary Easing (QQE) to overcome deflation. The
QQE is an unprecedented policy initiative to exert effects on inflation expectations of firms and households which had
stayed at low levels compared to those in other leading economies. The QQE is also a policy which faces a challenge of
containing nominal rates at low levels.  Since the introduction of the QQE in April 2013, economic activity and prices in
Japan have been largely in line with the Bank’s baseline scenario that is consistent with achieving a 2 percent inflation rate
in about two years. In his remarks, Takehiro Sato, a policy board member of the Bank of Japan, and a former Managing
Director, Chief Economist at Morgan Stanley Japan, argues his outlook for Japan’s economy and prices including the impact
of the QQE, covering such topics as Japan's external balance and the fiscal and debt sustainability.

Speaker:  Takehiro Sato, Member of the Policy Board, Bank of Japan

Presider:  Ethan Harris, Co-Head of Global Economics Research, Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Research


Dr. Anurita Kapur as a Board Member was invited to and she attended Members' Day at the UN / 6th Annual Mid-Atlantic
Regional Conference: Building Peace in an Age of Upheaval Friday, February 7, 2014 at the UN Headquarters in Manhattan,
New York.  The theme for this year’s conference was “The United Nations: Building Peace in an Age of Upheaval”, and as
in previous years the day was well received by all.
The Conference had several guest speakers - namely:
* Maher Nasser, Director of the Outreach Division, United Nations Department of Public Information
* Tiffany Taylor, Youth Observer at the UN
* Jeff Laurenti, Board Chair, UNA Princteton/Trenton Area
* Jeffrey Feltman, United Nations Under Secretary-General for Political Affairs
* Warren Hoge, Senior Adviser for External Relations, International Peace Institute
* H.E. Mohammed Loulichki, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Morocco to the United Nations
* Paul Ladd, Head, Team on the Post-2015 Development Agenda, Bureau for Development Policy, UNDP
* John Vincent, President UNA Trenton and Former U.S. Foreign Service Officer
Panel of the United States Mission to the United Nations:
* Christopher Klein, Political Minister Counselor, U.S. Mission to the United Nations
* Stephen L. Lieberman, United NationsManagement and Reform Minister Counselor, U.S. Mission to the United Nations
* Terri L. Robl, Deputy U.S. Representative, Economic and Social Council, U.S. Mission to the United Nations
Suzanne Nossel, Executive Director of the PEC American Center
Philippe bolopion, United Nations Director, Human Rights Watch
Iselin Hebbert Larsen, First Secretary, Permanent Mission of Norway to the United Nations; UN General General Assembly Third
Committee, Human Rights
* Charles Radcliffe, Chief of Global Issues Sections, Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights

It was announced at the end of Members’ Day Event at the UN to get involved and vote for what is important to you. "What world
do we want? Post 2015 Development Agenda.
 A summary was given that in Chicago, Kansas City, North Carolina, Denver,
Northern California, Southern California, Washington, Iowa, Tampa Bay, Seattle and New York the Chapters that had 2015 Events.  
They came up with themes in order such as:  (1) a good education (2) responsive government (3) equality between men and women
(4) access to clean water and sanitation (5) better healthcare (6) freedom from discrimination (7) climate change (8) affordable and
nutritious food (9) political freedoms (10) protection against crimes and violence  (11) job opportunities  (12) protecting forest
rivers and oceans (13) reliable energies (14) support for people who can’t work (15) phone and internet access  (16) Better
transport and roads.  
The overall three themes that came out were: First theme: Whatever the goals are they have to be universal they have to be the
same for developed and underdeveloped countries. Second theme was girl and women as drivers of global development.   Third
theme was climate change.

Maher Nasser, Director of the Outreach Division, U.N. Department of Public Information, formally welcomed the conference participants to the U.N. by reading prepared remarks by the U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon,
who was in Sochi, Russia for the opening of the Winter Olympics. The U.N. official discussed the importance of peace, security and development, as well as talked about the soon to be released Security Council guide for
rules of procedure. In addition, Mr. Nasser spoke about the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in fighting poverty and achieving universal education. He presented the audience with one rather alarming figure as it
pertains to education: Presently, there are 61 million children in the world today who are not in school, usually as a result of conflict in their native country. This, of course, is unacceptable and it only places added
emphasis on the post-2015 development agenda.

 “Making Peace, Keeping Peace, Building Peace”

The first panel discussion was moderated by Board Chair of the UNA Princeton/Trenton Area Chapter Mr.  Laurenti, who is also a senior fellow at The Century Foundation. As is normally the case when Mr. Laurenti
moderates a panel discussion at Members’ Day, his questions are always very probing and engages the audience to think “outside the box” on the topic at hand.

The panelists for this session included Jeffrey Feltman, U.N. Under-Secretary General for Political Affairs, Warren Hoge, Senior Adviser at the International Peace Institute and former editor and foreign correspondent for
The New York Times, and Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Morocco to the U.N. Mohammed Loulichki.

The initial topic of discussion proposed by the moderator Mr. Laurenti was one that has been indelibly etched in the minds of those in attendance for a number of years: Syria. The question before the panel: What are the
power resources the U.S. and Russia can bring? What resources can the U.N. bring?

Mr. Feltman led off by stating that the U.N. is the “poster child for when the international community is divided.” The tools at the disposal of the U.N. are arms embargoes and economic sanctions; however, he said, only the
U.N. Security Council can “unlock the toolbox.” We know from following this issue closely that Russia has been unwilling to “unlock the toolbox” as a Permanent Member of the Security Council. It is important to build
consensus and unity on the issue, according to Mr. Feltman. The U.N. official said that Lakhdar Brahimi, the U.N. and Arab League Special Envoy to Syria, is the ultimate facilitator and builder of consensus and he is a good
man for the role of mediation in this matter.

Ambassador Loulichki believes, with respect to Syria, that the thought of Libya is clearly in the back of many official’s minds. There must be a political and moral will from the international community to resolve this issue
as the Geneva-2 Conference on Syria continues. To date, the violence has escalated and the parties to the conference – the Syrian government and the Syrian opposition – remain deadlocked. The humanitarian crisis is
dire and the need for a solution grows increasingly urgent.

Mr. Hoge indicated that problems, like Syria, that are unable to be resolved by states often come to the U.N., and that “great expectations bump into limitations.” For example, the refugee crisis in Syria is “the worse crisis
ever seen”, Mr Hoge said. The U.N. Charter is “not neutral, this implies no values; it is impartial”, as in one of the three core principles of U.N. peacekeeping.

The panelists briefly discussed the ongoing crises on the continent of Africa: the Central African Republic, Somalia, Mali, South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. As Mr. Feltman pointed out, Africa
dominates the affairs of the Security Council.  It is important, he said, to be a proactive in these areas of the world to act upon situations before they blossom into conflict.

Finally, the audience had the opportunity to pose their questions to the panelists. There were a number of good questions asked, and with the time remaining, the distinguished guests answered as many as possible.

The audience members wanted to know: What is being done to prevent a failed state, which can become a breeding ground for terrorists? Does the U.N. take sides? How can conflicts be forestalled? This panel covered
quite a bit of ground and it was a very informative session.

What World Do We Want? The Post-2015 Development Agenda

The second panel of the day was moderated by Ms Brewster, President, UNA-USA Westchester Chapter. The panelists participating in this discussion were: Ms. Stillman, President, UNA-USA Southern New York State
Division and Conference Co-Chair, Mr. Whatley, Conference Co-Chair and Mr. Ladd, Head, Team on the Post-2015 Development Agenda, Bureau for Development Policy, U.N. Development Programme.

Mr. Ladd began by discussing the fact that poverty has seen its fastest decline, and the U.N. is striving to “[eradicate] all the faces of poverty.” Mr. Ladd discussed the economic growth of countries like Brazil, China and
India and we are “moving to an era of universality.” He spoke about climate change, massive changes in technology, increasing employment and educational opportunities and expanding access to healthcare for all as
part of the post-2015 development agenda. One important point the panelist wished to stress as it pertains to these issues is in order to implement them the key is making certain there is “good governance.”

The Executive Director of UNA-USA, Chris Whatley, addressed the My World 2015 Global that he urged everyone to look at and participate. He spoke of “universality of aspirations” in relation to development assistance,
education, water and energy efficiency. He specified that climate change be made a priority because all other problems follow from it. Sustainable development and investing in women and girls is extremely important as
well.

The other Conference Co-Chair, Ms. Stillman, followed up with Mr. Whatley’s points and she addressed each briefly. Ms. Stillman spoke of education, health, food and agriculture, good governance, water and proper
sanitation, climate change, energy efficiency, urbanization with the increasing numbers of people moving to the worlds’ cities seeking a better life and the importance of human rights. She quoted FDR’s Four Freedoms
Speech as well; an important note of reference as this speech is a foundational principle in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, an issue Eleanor Roosevelt held so dearly.

Mr. Ladd followed up by indicating there are thirty-six (36) goals in the post-2015 development agenda, and it is important that they be consolidated and streamlined as this many goals becomes quite unwieldy.

                U.S. Mission to the United Nations

The third panel consisted of three high-ranking officials at the U.S. Mission to the U.N. Christopher Klein, Political Minister Counselor, Stephen Lieberman, U.N. Management and Reform Minister Counselor and Teri L. Robl,
Deputy U.S. Representative, Economic and Social Council. This panel was moderated by Ms. Wain, Deputy Executive Director, UNA-USA, U.N. Foundation.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended and participated at the Indian Republic Day on January 26, 2014 at the Palace.
Anurita sang the American National Anthem for the Event.  Along with others Anurita sang: Jana Gana Mana, Vande Mataram
and many more Hindi-Sanskrit Indian Patriotic Songs to grace the Republic Day Event.  The event was attended by
Indian-American Community and many BJP and Congress Leaders and Dignitaries.

In conclusion all dignitaries gave a speech for the Indian Republic Day Celebration.  Anurita in her speech said, "Bharat Mata
ki Jai" and "Happy Republic Day" and salute to India for its rich culture and what India stands for "Truth and truth alone
Triumphs".  God Bless India and God Bless America.

Dr. Anurita Kapur is a Board Member of UNA-USA-UNF (the organization sponsored this event.)  Anurita was invited to and
participated at this Event "The World Environment Day 2014".  The Guest of Honor was Mr. Gery Juleff a former Foreign
Service Officer.  

Mr. Jery Juleff spent 25 years working for the United Kingdom Foreign and Commonwealth Office, as Deputy Head of Mission in Kinshasa, DRC,
and Deputy Consul General in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Energy Security Team Leader Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO)
November 2009 – November 2011 FCO in London

Working within the Climate Change and Energy Department of the FCO, Gery led support of their global network of energy and climate change
attaches on all issues relating to low carbon technologies, including wind, wave, tidal, solar, biofuels, civil nuclear and energy efficiency. He also
led energy security issues with a focus on the US and China.  DCG Rio de Janeiro UK Trade & Investment 2000 – 2004
Gery was involved with the promotion of the UK energy interests.  He is currently working with North American Power as an Independent
Representative, promoting business opportunities around wind power.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended an Event of INOC(I) National Presidential Inauguration of Mr. Qazi at the World Fair
Marina in New York.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended The Indian National Overseas Congress (I) Event for a group discussion and to
pay tribute to the “Freedom and Liberty” in India & in U.S.  Where the world's largest and oldest democracies will be
celebrating the anniversaries of their independence in the next few days.
The Key Note Speaker: Mr. Madhu Goud Yashkhi, Former M.P. from Andhra Pradesh

Dr. Anurita Kapur wishes the United States of America a "Happy 4th of July".  God bless our troops and God Bless America.  
She attended a Celebration of 4th of July in Manhattan, New York.  Anurita sang the American National Anthem for the event.

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Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended The Indian National Overseas Congress (I) Event Honoring Special Guest of
Honor:  Mr. Satvir Pallijhikki in New York.
His focus on rebuilding the strength of the Congress brotherhood so that we can render meaningful support as it becomes
necessary in the near future to our favorite candidates in the upcoming elections.  Among many speakers Anurita gave a
speech and words of encouragement and importance of unity in by Indians in America.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended an Event at the Chinese Consulate.  The event was hosted by the Consul General
of China, with speeches and live musical program by Chinese Artists and concluded with Ethnic Chinese Dinner with a
variety of foods from all parts of China.
Ambassador, Consul General Sun Guoxiang, of Zhejiang descent, was born in Shanghai.
2011- Ambassador, Consul General of the People's Republic of China in New York
2008-2011: Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People's Republic of China to the Socialist Republic of Vietnam
2006-2008: Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People's Republic of China to the Republic of Turkey
2002-2006: Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People's Republic of China to the Democratic Socialist Republic of
Sri Lanka and concurrently to the Republic of Maldives
1993-2002: Deputy Director, Director, then Deputy Director General, Department of Asian Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
1995-1996: School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins University, USA
1991-1993: Second Secretary, then First Secretary, Chinese Embassy in Canada
1984-1991: Third Secretary, then Second Secretary, General Office, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
1983-1984: Staff Member, Department of Asian Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
1980-1983: Staff Member, Chinese Embassy in the Lao People's Democratic Republic

The attendess were many International Dignitaries, Diplomatic Community, American Justice System, Prominent Americans
including professionals from many other communities.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended Indian Independence Day.  She sang the National Anthem to grace the occasion.  
Concluded with Jai Hind, Bharat Mata ki jai.

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Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended a celebration of Chinese Republic Day at the Chinese Consulate in Manhattan, New
York.  The event was hosted by the Chinese Government and Consul General of China and his wife Mrs. Guoxiang, with
speeches with distinguished guests from many International Countries' Governments.   The Event concluded with Ethnic
Chinese Dinner with a variety of foods from all parts of China.

The attendees were many Top notch International Government Officials, International Diplomatic Community, American
Justice System, Prominent Americans including professionals from many other communities.

Dr. Anurita Kapur as a Board Member of UNA-USA organized a Dinner Board Meeting in New Jersey at one of the best and chic
Indian Cuisine with top of the line ethnic Indian foods.  The meeting was attended by the entire Board Members of the
UNA-USA-UNF.
Discussions were social and international issues related to the Health related topics of the current problems of EBOLA.  
Organization of the World UN Day and many topics discussed by the Public Relations Chair, President, Treasury and Editorial Chair.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended an Event hosted by INOC in New York in Honor of Shashi Tharoor is an Indian politician.

Mr. Tharoor has been twice elected Member of Parliament (Lok Sabha) from Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. He was previously Minister
of State in the Government of India for External Affairs (2009–2010) and Human Resource Development (2012–2014).  He is a member
of the Indian National Congress and in January 2014 was appointed an official spokesperson for the party.  Until 2007 he was a
career official at the United Nations, rising to the rank of Under-Secretary General for Communications and Public Information in
2001. But after 29 years in service, he announced his departure after coming a close second in the 2006 elections for the Secretary-
General to Ban Ki-moon.

Tharoor is also a well-known award-winning writer, having authored 14 bestselling works of fiction and non-fiction since 1985, all of
which are centered on India and its history, culture, film, politics, society, foreign policy, and more. He is also the author of hundreds
of columns and articles in publications such as the New York Times, Washington Post, TIME, Newsweek, and The Times of India. He
also served for 2 years as Contributing Editor for Newsweek International From 2010–2012 he authored a column in The Asian
Age/Deccan Chronicle and for most of 2012, till his appointment as Minister, a column in Mail Today; he also writes an internationally
syndicated monthly column for Project Syndicate. He has, in the past, authored columns regularly for the Indian Express
(1991–93 and 1996–2001), The Hindu (2001–2008), and The Times of India (2007–2009).

Tharoor is also a globally-recognized speaker on India's economics and politics, as well as on freedom of the press, human rights,
Indian culture, and international affairs.

Dr. Anurita Kapur who is a Founder of Universal Peace Organization and owner of Livingston Medical Groups, she hosted and
sponsored the Event and celebrated Gandhi Jayanti and Shastri Jayanti on October 2, 2014 at the statue of Mahatma Gandhi at
Union Square in Manhattan, New York.  Anurita brought a picture of Lal Bahadur Shastri ji for the ocassion.  Anurita gave a speech
and said: "Cleanliness first begins within our self and as a follower of Gandhi ji, I agree and say:  First clean ourselves & our own
minds.  As per Gandhi ji's teachings: speak no evil, hear no evil, see no evil, a few years ago I added "Think no Evil", of course, I had
been actively involved in society cleaning for many, many years.  I have repeatedly said every year at Gandhi Jayanti and other social
Events to practice, "Think no evil", so clean ourselves, our minds and clean our surroundings is very important and, it is the first
step to cleanliness.  We see things as we are not as they are.  The world is our mirror.  I believe in it and would be right for me to say,
if we clean our minds and self then only we can do good and great wonders for the world."

United Nations has declared that the Birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, will be considered a worldwide International Day of Non-Violence.

Some More Facts: Dr. Anurita Kapur's prestigious royal family members of India and the top notch former dignitaries of the Indian Government
were Gandhians.   Including Anurita's Aunt (Princess) Rajkumari Amrit Kaur was the Health Minister in the Indian Cabinet for ten years after
India's independence from the British Raj in 1947.  She was an eminent Gandhian, a freedom fighter, and a social activist.  Anurita's Grand-Father
was her cousin, Prince Athelston David Jaswant Singhm he was a supporter, believer in and a follower of the simple and good teachings of
Gandhi ji.  Rajkumari Amrit Kaur, went to live at Mahatma Gandhi's ashram in 1934, and took up the austere life there despite her aristocratic
background.  She served as one of Gandhi ji's secretaries for sixteen years.  For her participation in Gandhi-led 240-mile Dandi March in 1930,
British Raj authorities imprisoned her.  Rajkumari Amrit Kaur, worked for many social causes:  Plight of the Harijans, to reduce illiteracy, women
causes The abolition of early marriage and purdah and quit India Movement against the British Raj.  She initiated the Tuberculosis Association of
India and the Central Leprosy Teaching and Research Institute in Madras (Chennai).  Kaur was a strong moving force behind the establishment of
the
All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in New Delhi, and became its first president.  For establishing the institute, she secured aid
from New Zealand, Australia, West Germany, Sweden, and US.  She and one of her brothers donated their ancestral property and house (named
Manorville) in Simla, Himachal Pradesh to serve as a holiday home for the staff and nurses of the Institute.   The second campus of AIIMS New
Delhi (AIIMS-II), spread over 330 acre's land, it was launched on 30 May 2012. It is being built at a cost of INR10 billion (USD$160 million).

As a representative of the INC, in 1937 She went on a mission of goodwill to Bannu, in the present day Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa.

Anurita Performed the following Ceremonies at Gandhi ji, Statue and placed a picture of Lal Bahadur Shastri there for the ocassion:

(1)  Garland Ceremony with Bouquet of Flowers and rose petals
(2)  White Tilak Ceremony for peace.
(3)  Dipak Ceremony
(4) Hymnal and singing Ceremony:  Anurita sang: Children's Songs and Bhajans such as:
"Nanna Munna Rahi hoon Desh ka Sipahi hoon gaao mere sung Jai Hind, Jai Hind, Jai Hind",
"Bachchey mun ke sachchey saare jag ki aankh ke taarey yeh wo nunhey phool hain jo Bhagwan ko lagte pyare"
"Nunhey munney bachche teri muththi mein kya hai - muththi mein hai takdir hamari humne kismat ko bas mein kiya hai"  
"Aao bachchon tumhein dikhayen jhaanki Hindustan ki - iss mitti se tilak karo yeh dharti hai balidaan ki vande mataram
vande mataram, vande mataram, vande mataram"
"Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram"
"Sare Jahan se Achcha Hindustan Hamara"
"Jan Gan Man"

Anurita explained and spoke about these two great personalities of India.  Who was Mahatma Gandhi?  He was the Father of our Nation India.  
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi 2 October 1869 – 30 January 1948) was the preeminent leader of Indian independence movement in British-ruled
India. Employing nonviolent civil disobedience, Gandhi led India to independence and inspired movements for civil rights and freedom across
the world. The honorific Mahatma (Sanskrit: "high-souled", "venerable")—applied to him first in 1914 in South Africa,—is now used worldwide.
He is also called Bapu (Gujarati: endearment for "father", "Dad" in India.

Who was Lal Bahadur Shastri?  He was born on October 2, 1904.  He was the Second Prime Minister of the Republic of India and a leader of the
Indian National Congress party.

Shastri joined the Indian independence movement in the 1920s. Deeply impressed and influenced by Mahatma Gandhi, he became a loyal
follower, first of Gandhi, and then of Jawaharlal Nehru. Following independence in 1947, he joined the latter's government and became one of
Prime Minister Nehru's principal lieutenants, first as Railways Minister (1951–56), and then in a variety of other functions, including Home
Minister.  Shastri was chosen as Nehru's successor owing to his adherence to Nehruvian socialism after Nehru's daughter Indira Gandhi turned
down Congress President K. Kamaraj's offer of premiership.

Shastri as Prime Minister continued Nehru's policies of non-alignment and socialism. He became a national hero following the victory in the Indo-
Pakistan War of 1965. His slogan of
"Jai Jawan Jai Kisan" ("Hail the soldier, Hail the farmer") became very popular during the war and is
remembered even today.  The war was formally ended in the Tashkent Agreement of 10 January 1966; he died the following day, still in
Tashkent. The cause of death has been a mystery since.

In his first broadcast as Prime Minister, on 11 June 1964, Shastri stated:  "There comes a time in the life of every nation when it stands at the
cross-roads of history and must choose which way to go. But for us there need be no difficulty or hesitation, no looking to right or left. Our way
is straight and clear—the building up of a socialist democracy at home with freedom and prosperity for all, and the maintenance of world
peace and friendship with all nations."   

Anurita concluded with saying: Jai Hind and Satyamev Jayatey.
Attendees: were International Diplomatic Community and the United Nations and many more civil society members.
Mahatma Gandhi ji and (Princess) Rajkumari
Amrit Kaur, Anurita's Aunt

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Dr. Anurita Kapur is supporting the U.S., WHO and the Better World Campaign with the EBOLA Crisis Issue at hand.  With the
recent news of the first Ebola case in the U.S., supporting the WHO's Ebola Response Roadmap has never been more critical. Our
own U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention rely on a strong working relationship with WHO.  And while the U.S. has made
clear that it is committed to resolving this outbreak, we cannot do it alone.  Dr. Kapur is urging everyone to get involved and help
out since every effort counts.  We need as many people as possible to join us.  Dr. Anurita Kapur personally thanked
Senators: Coons, Corker, Durbin, Flake and Menendez for leading the charge in unanimously passing a Senate resolution on the
threat of the Ebola outbreak and the importance of stopping the spread of the virus by working with partners such as the United
Nation's World Health Organization.  Dr. Kapur stated, "I'm thankful to have champions like you on Capitol Hill that fully grasps the
importance of the WHO's role in resolving this global health crisis."  Dr. Kapur also thanked WHO and The Better World Campaign
and many others as well for supporting the Ebola Response Roadmap.  Anurita said, "Thank you all of you from the bottom of my
heart. God Bless America."

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Dr. Anurita Kapur had a meeting with the Mr. Mohammad Nasim, Health Minister of Bangladesh in Manhattan, New York during his
visit to the U.S. with Prime Minister, Sheikh Hasina for the General Assembly Hall Sessions at the United Nations.

H.E. Mr. Mohammad Nasim is the Cabinet Health Minister of Bangladesh.  His father was the former Prime Minister of Bangladesh.

H.E. Mrs. Sheikh Hasina is the Prime Minister of Bangladesh.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended a dinner meeting with the President of Dominica, Hon. Mr. Charles Savarin and first lady of
Dominica.  During his visit to the General Assembly Hall Session at the United Nations in Manhattan, New York.  

President of the Commonwealth of Dominica, His Excellency Charles A. Savarin, is heading a high-level Dominican delegation to the United
Nations Climate Summit and the General Debate for the 69th Session of the international body. Other members of the Dominican delegation
include: Ambassador His Excellency Dr. Vince Henderson, Dominica’s Permanent Representative to the UN; Ambassador Hubert Charles,
Dominica’s Ambassador to the United States and the OAS, and Baroness Patricia Scotland.
The 69th UN General Assembly (UNGA 69) convened on Sunday, September 14, 2014 at the UN Headquarters in New York. The General Debate
opens on Wednesday, September 24, 2014 with addresses from the President of Brazil Dilma Rousseff and President of the United States of
America Barack Obama.

President Savarin will deliver Dominica’s statement to the General Assembly on Friday, September 26, 2014. The statement will highlight
Dominica’s achievements under the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), and concerns of Small Island Developing States (SIDS) especially
the impact of climate change and the post-2015 agenda of the UN.

Dominica’s delegation also attended the General Assembly’s World Conference on Indigenous Peoples on Monday, September 22, 2014 and the
Climate Summit on Tuesday, September 23, 20104. In addition to the General Debate, Dominica’s delegation will attend a number of high level
meetings with bilateral and multilateral partners.

Charles Angelo Savarin (born 1943) is a politician from Dominica. He is a member of the Dominica Labour Party and a non-elected government
member of the Dominican Parliament. He served as Minister for National Security, Immigration, Labour and the Public Service and is currently
serving as President of Dominica.

His Political Life:  Following the demise of the Patrick John government (in which Savarin played and integral role)Savarin was made Chairman
of the Committee for National Salvation (CNS). This body comprising members of the greater cross section of Dominican Society, was tasked
with overseeing the transition to an interim government.

Savarin contested the 1980 General Elections on a Dominica Freedom Party ticket losing to Mike Douglas in a four way race. Savarin polled 405
votes to Douglas's 531 votes.

In 1983, Savarin was appointed as Minister without Portfolio in the Prime Minister's Office with special responsibility for Trade, Industry and
Tourism.

In 1986, Savarin was appointed Ambassador/Permanent Representative to the European Union. He also served as principal ambassadorial
spokesman for African/Caribbean/Pacific States on bananas. That assignment ended in 1993, when he returned to Dominica to become General
Manager of the National Development Corporation (NDC).

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Dr. Anurita Kapur a Board Member of UNA-USA attended a luncheon meeting organized by the President in New Jersey at one of
the Thai Cuisine with great ethnic taste of Thailand Foods.  The meeting was attended by the entire Board Members of the UNA-
USA-UNF.  Discussions were social and international issues related to the Health related topics of the current problems of EBOLA
and to support "Shot at Life", and "Nothing but Nets" a Support Drive of the United Nations Foundation that we all support and
donate to the unfortunate and needy people of the world.  We discussed the MDG's - Millenium Development Goals Post 2015,
Organization of the World UN Day and many topics discussed by the Program Chair, President, Treasury and Editorial Chair.  Our
Editorial Chair, Michael has been writing great Blogs in favor of the United Nations which have been published in major
newspapers.  He is a member of the Steering Committee’s Communications Committee and will be involved in countering U.N.
criticism.
One of our guest, Cynthia suggested informing people about the History of the U.N. and the monetary benefits of support to the
U.N. National has distributed this information in the past.
Anurita advised to how to tackle negative comments made about the United Nations by ignorant people?  She advised to create
counter articles addressing what would you have done differently and how would you have handled this situation?  Anurita
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As a Founder of Universal Peace Organization, Dr. Anurita Kapur organized and hosted an Event for "International Girls
Day" on October 11, 2014 in New York.   Anurita said, I wish all the girls around the globe, a Happy International Day of the
Girls.  I hope for a world where all girls can reach their full potential. A world where girls lead the way to bigger dreams and
happier days, healthier communities and stronger nations. A world where girls are empowered and our future is brighter
because of it. Today, on International Day of the Girl, we are celebrating girls everywhere.  I, thank everyone who has
shared your thoughts and wishes with us - we have heard from thousands of you in more than 60 countries.
Together, we can continue this positive chain reaction to change the world, for good."
With USA BJP Prabhari Dr Mahesh Mehta VHP leader and
a close associate of Modi Ji for 25 Years Mrs. Anjali
Pandya, Prakash Swamy, Journalist of Press Trust of India
and Dr. Anurita Kapur

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended an Event hosted by (OFBJP) Overseas Friends of BJP in New Jersey.
The legendary leaders of BJP present were: USA BJP Prabhari Dr. Mahesh Mehta VHP leader and
a close associate of Narendra Modi Ji for 25 Years Mrs. Anjali Pandya and Prakash Swamy, a Journalist of the Press Trust of India.

Dr. Anurita Kapur as a Board Member was invited to and attended a whole day Conference:
THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT, CARBON REDUCTION, AND ECO-DRIVE AS A SOLUTION
TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY, held at the Dag Hammarskjold Auditorium at United Nations Headquarters in New York on October,
2014.  This Conference was co-sponsored by WAFUNIF.  As a United Nations Peace Messenger, concerned with global issues, the
World Association of Former United Nations Interns and Fellows (WAFUNIF) hosted this high level international conference on
"Global Environment, Carbon Reduction, and EcoDrive - it was Co-sponsored by UNA-USA-UNF - SNY.
Panels include: Global Environment: Factors of Sustainability; Global Environment: Energy and Transportation; EcoDrive as a
Solution and Environmental Policies. Dr. Garland, director of Energy Project, he participated in the panel on Global Environment:
Energy and Transportation.  Along with the Dignitaries from Japan.

The Conference had a musical program by Japanese Musicians and Singers along with the Ambassador of Romania.
The Conference concluded with a Reception at the U.N. Plaza Millenium Hotel in Manhattan, New York.

H.E. Simona Mirela Miculescu Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary.  She is the Permanent Representative of Romania to the UN.  
Ambassador Simona-Mirela Miculescu has been serving as Permanent Representative of Romania to the United Nations since 2008. During her
23 years of diplomatic career, she served as Spokesperson for the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Senior Media Advisor to the Minister
(1993 and 1999), Director of the Press Department within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1994 and 2008),  as Press Secretary of the Romanian
Embassy in Washington D.C. (1994-1998), and as Senior Public Information Officer at the Mission of the Organization for Security and
Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) in Kosovo (1999-2000).

Between 2000 and 2004, she served as Foreign Policy Adviser to the President of Romania, becoming the first woman in the Romanian
diplomatic history to be granted the rank of Ambassador.  Since her appointment in New York, Amb. Miculescu held the positions of
Vice-President of the UNICEF Executive Board, Vice-President of the Assembly of States Parties to the Rome Statute of the International
Criminal Court, Member of the Bureau of the Francophonie, and Chair of the Special Political and Decolonization Committee of the General
Assembly, during its 66th Session. She currently serves as Vice-President of the UN General Assembly for its 68th session.

Dr. Anurita Kapur as a Board Member of UNA-USA-UNF invited to and attended and participated for an Event: “Uniting for Action,”
in which round tables discussions were done for selected Post-2015 issues.  The results were formed part of a UNA-USA document
sent to the UN Secretary-General, Ban ki-Moon, and as a basis for our Chapter and Division actions in the coming year.  This Event
was held at the SUNY GLOBAL CENTER in Manhattan, New York.  
Anurita participated on the Medical Round Table Discussions:  She suggested several valuable items to be inserted in the
Document to the Secretary General.  Anurita advised the following:
(1) The Groups should be divided into 2 Groups rich and poor.
(2) Poor should first get the needs served in order such as: (a) food, (b) shelter, (c) medical and then (d) education, and
(e) involvement in better government and (f) environment changes.
 Anurita's ideas were very well received by all and included into
the Presentation and the Final Document that will be going into a full and final report to Ban ki-Moon, Secretary General at United
Nations for implementation starting next year.

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Dr. Anurita Kapur as a Board Member attended and participated at a Nationwide Conference:
Dignity Denied: North Korean Atrocities Revealed with Justice Michael Kirby on November, 2014.
A stark light was shone on one of the world’s most secretive states when a report by the UN Commission of Inquiry on Human
Rights in North Korea was published earlier this year, citing evidence of torture, starvation and summary executions. The report
spurred a draft UN General Assembly resolution urging Pyongyang’s referral to the International Criminal Court.

This was an exclusive conversation with Justice Michael Kirby, Chair of the Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in North
Korea. Kirby discussed the human rights situation in North Korea and possible ways forward to end the atrocities — the very work
that earned him the 2014 Leo Nevas Human Rights Award from UNA-USA and the UN Foundation.

About our speaker:

Justice Michael Kirby was Australia’s longest serving judge. He was first appointed in 1975 as a Deputy President of the Australian Conciliation
& Arbitration Commission. Soon after, he was seconded as inaugural Chairman of the Australian Law Reform Commission (1975-84). Later, he
was appointed a judge of the Federal Court of Australia, President of the New South Wales Court of Appeal and, concurrently, the Court of
Appeal of Solomon Islands. His appointment to the High Court came in 1996 and he served thirteen years. In later years, he was Acting Chief
Justice of Australia twice.

In addition to his judicial duties, Michael Kirby served on three university governing bodies being elected Chancellor of Macquarie University
in Sydney (1984-93). He also served on many national and international bodies. Amongst the latter have been service as a member of the
World Health Organization’s Global Commission on AIDS (1988-92); President of the International Commission of Jurists, Geneva (1995-8); UN
Special Representative on Human Rights in Cambodia (1993-6); a member of the UNESCO International Bioethics Committee (1995-2005); a
member of the High Commissioner for Human Rights’ Judicial Reference Group (2007-) and a member of the UNAIDS Reference Group on HIV
and Human Rights.

Dr. Anurita Kapur as a Board Member of UNA-USA-UNF, she organized a Luncheon for the Annual Board Meeting in New Jersey at
the Marriott at Glenpointe in Teaneck, New Jersey on December 6, 2014.   The meeting was attended by the entire Board Members
of the UNA-USA-UNF and some guests.
Discussions were social and international issues related to the Health related topics of the current problems of EBOLA.  
Organization of the World UN Day and many topics discussed by the Program Chair, President, Treasurer and Editorial Chair.

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Dr. Anurita Kapur as a Board Member of UNA-USA-UNF is invited to and will be attending a Leadership Luncheon Panel:  Reporting
in the Age of Kidnapping.  The Event is organized and hosted by UNA-USA-UNF at Columbia University, Manhattan, New York.

The Moderator:  Ms. Callimachi, New York Times Foreign Correspondent, Mr. Balboni, President & CEO of the Global Post,
Mr. Rohde, Author, Investigative Reporter and Pulitzer Prize Winner.

Reporting from conflict areas has never been easy. Today, however, reporting from conflict areas seems to have fundamentally
changed. Journalists and aid works have become vulnerable targets. Capture and torture is now an integral part of an extremist's
playbook. Ransoms enrich terrorists and create incentive to kidnap foreigners.
What can be done? How will we get our news in the future? Our venerable panel will discuss these issues and many other
questions.

About our speakers:

CALLIMACHI joined the New York Times in March 2014 as a foreign correspondent, covering al-Qaeda and Islamic extremism.  She is a
two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist, most recently in 2014 for her series of stories based on a cache of internal al-Qaeda documents she discovered
in Mali. She is also the winner of multiple Overseas Press Club Awards and the Michael Kelly prize. Before joining the Times, she spent 7 years
covering a 20-country beat in Africa, first as a correspondent and later as West Africa bureau chief for The Associated Press. She began her
career as a freelancer in India in 2001, where she was lucky enough to get one of the last seats on a plane to the state of Gujarat on the day of a
catastrophic earthquake, filing her first story for TIME magazine.  Originally from Romania, Callimachi was raised in Switzerland and California.

BALBONI is the President and Chief Executive Officer of GlobalPost. He is the Founder and for the past 16 years was the President of New
England Cable News (NECN), the nation's largest and most honored regional news network, reaching more than 3.6 million homes in the
six-state region.  Mr. Balboni has long been an innovator in quality television programming. He is a pioneer in the development of 24-hour local
cable news, and has built one of the most distinguished and successful records in journalism in the United States, serving as chairman,
president or board member of numerous national organizations.

Throughout his career, Mr. Balboni has been a leader in his profession. Previously, Mr. Balboni served as Special Assistant for New Projects to
the Chief Executive Officer of the Hearst Corp., was instrumental in founding the News in the Future Consortium at the MIT Media Lab and
served as a member of its Executive Board for five years, joining representatives from 20 other media and telecommunications companies
from the United States, Europe, and Latin America. Mr. Balboni also held several key management positions, including eight years as Vice
President and News Director at WCVB-TV, the ABC-affiliated television station in Boston. In recent years, he has served as Chairman of the
Association of Regional News Channels, and as President of the New England Broadcasting Association, the region's leading professional
organization for radio and television stations and advertising agencies.

Mr. Balboni is a member of the Board of Visitors of the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University. At 15 years, he is the longest
serving member of the national jury for the duPont-Columbia Award. He is also a member of the Advisory Board of the Shorenstein Center on
the Press, Politics, and Public Policy at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He was for many years a member of the
Editorial Advisory Board for the Columbia Journalism Review; a trustee of Emerson College in Boston; a member of the National Advisory
Board for the Caption Center, the country's oldest institution devoted to making television accessible to the deaf and hearing impaired;
President of the National Broadcast Editorial Association; and a Board member of the Big Sister Association of Greater Boston.
Prominent recognition for his journalistic accomplishments include: the Distinguished Alumni Award from the Graduate School of Journalism
at Columbia University; the Silver Circle Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences; the Yankee Quill Award from the
New England Society of Newspaper Editors; and the First Amendment Service Award from the Radio Television News Directors Foundation.

Mr. Balboni served for two years as a US Army officer on active duty, including a tour in Vietnam.

ROHDE: On November 10, 2008, ROHDE, his interpreter, Tahir Ludin, and their driver, Asadullah "Asad" Mangal, were abducted outside Kabul
while Mr. Rohde was researching a book about the history of United States' involvement in the country. He had been invited to interview a
Taliban commander in Logar Province near Kabul. The interview had been arranged by Ludin, but the two men never made it to their
destination. 7 Months and 10 Days in Captivity Rohde, winner of two Pulitzer Prizes in journalism, is an investigative reporter for Reuters and a
contributing editor to The Atlantic. From September 2011 to January 2014, he worked as a foreign affairs columnist for Reuters. From 1996 to
2011, he worked as a reporter for The New York Times. He is the co-author of A Rope and a Prayer: A Kidnapping from Two Sides, written with
his wife Kristen Mulvihill, and the author of Endgame: The Betrayal and Fall of Srebrenica.
Rohde won his first Pulitzer Prize in 1996 for a series of stories in The Christian Science Monitor that helped uncover the Srebrenica massacre
in Bosnia. He won his second in 2009 as part of a team of New York Times reporters for their coverage of Afghanistan and Pakistan.
His weekly Reuters column, The Global Middle, focuses on foreign affairs and the global middle class, from the shrinking American middle
class to the burgeoning middle classes of China, India, Turkey, Brazil and other emerging market nations.

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Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended an Event hosted by Kerry Kennedy, President of (RFK) Robert F. Kennedy Center for a
screening of a movie: "Last Days in Vietnam" at DOC NYC at Bow Tie Chelsea Cinemas in Manhattan, New York.  The movie was
produced by Kerry Kennedy's sister Rory Kennedy.  Kerry Kennedy is the daughter of Former U.S. Senator, Robert Kennedy
brother of Former U.S. President, John F. Kennedy

Summary: In the final weeks of the Vietnam War, American servicemen and others begin the difficult mission of evacuating as many
friends, family members and South Vietnamese collaborators as possible before Saigon falls to the North Vietnamese.
Release date: September 5, 2014 (USA)
Director: Rory Kennedy
Music composed by: Gary Lionelli
Story by: Keven McAlester
Screenplay: Keven McAlester, Mark Bailey
Producers: Keven McAlester, Rory Kennedy

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Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended a Healthcare Event hosted by Physicians Interactive and Ms. Mary Kerry Kennedy,
President of (RFK) Robert F. Kennedy Center.  Anurita and her family who are United States Citizens have been long time
supporters of the Kennedys (mainly her biological paternal-uncle, Dr. Brij Lal Kapur) and Anurita continues her family legacy by
continuing to be their supporter and for the
Robert F. Kennedy Center and particularly for their healthcare programs.

Ms. Kerry Kennedy is the daughter of Robert F. Kennedy, Former U.S. Senator and U.S. Presidential Candidate, her father was the
brother of John F. Kennedy, Former President of the United States of America.  She was married to Andrew Cuomo the 56th and
current Governor of the State of New York.

Who is Mary Kerry Kennedy, J.D.?
Mary Kerry Kennedy, J.D. is an American human rights activist and writer.  She is the seventh of the eleven children of
Robert F. Kennedy and Ethel Skakel Kennedy.  She was known as Kerry Kennedy Cuomo from 1991 until 2003.  Her husband was Andrew
Cuomo, who is an American Politician and the 56th and the current Governor of the State of New York.  He is the son of Mario Cuomo former
Governor of New York State.  His parents are both of an Italian descent.

Kennedy was born in Boston, MA. Three days after her birth, her father resigned as chief counsel of the Senate Rackets Committee.  Her father
was assassinated in 1968.  She is a graduate of The Putney School and Brown University and received her J.D. from Boston College Law
School.

She holds honorary doctorates of law from Le Moyne College and University of San Francisco Law School, and honorary doctorates of Human
Letters from Bay Path College and the Albany College of Pharmacy.

Kennedy's life has been devoted to equal justice, to the promotion and protection of basic rights, and to the preservation of the rule of law.  
Kennedy is the president of the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights.  She started working in the field of human rights in
1981 as an intern with Amnesty International, where she investigated abuses committed by U.S. immigration officials against refugees from El
Salvador.

For over thirty years, she has worked on diverse human rights issues such as children’s rights, child labor, disappearances, indigenous land
rights, judicial independence, freedom of expression, ethnic violence, impunity, and the environment. She has concentrated specifically on
women’s rights, particularly honor killings, sexual slavery, domestic violence, workplace discrimination, and sexual assault. She has worked in
over 60 countries and led hundreds of human rights delegations.

Kennedy established RFK Center Partners for Human Rights in 1986 to ensure the protection of rights codified under the U.N. Declaration of
Human Rights. RFK Partners provides support to courageous human rights defenders around the world.

Her Family Background:

The Kennedy family is one of the most established political families in the United States, having produced a president, three senators,
and multiple other Representatives, both on the federal and state level. Jack's father, Joe, was a prominent American businessman
and political figure, serving in multiple roles, including Ambassador to the United Kingdom, from 1938 to 1940.

The Kennedy family is an American family of Irish descent who are prominent in American politics and government. The first Kennedys to
reside in America were farmer Patrick Kennedy (1823–1858) and his wife Bridget Murphy (c. 1824–1888), who sailed from Ireland to America in
1849. Their son P.J. (1858–1929) went into politics and business. P.J. and his wife Mary Hickey (1857–1923) were the parents of
businessman/politician Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr. (1888–1969). The four sons of Joe Sr. and his wife philanthropist/socialite Rose Fitzgerald (1890–
1995) were Joseph, Jr. (1915–1944), John F. (1917–1963), Robert F. (1925–1968), and Ted Kennedy (1932–2009). John served as president from
January 1961 to his assassination in November 1963 while Robert and Ted both became prominent senators. The Kennedys' political
involvement has revolved around the Democratic Party. Harvard University educations have been common among them, and they have
contributed heavily to that university's John F. Kennedy School of Government. The wealth and glamor of the family members, as well as their
extensive and continuing involvement in public service, has elevated them to iconic status over the past half-century, with the Kennedys
sometimes referred to as "America's Royal Family".

Who was Robert F. Kennedy?
Robert Francis "Bobby" Kennedy, commonly known by his initials RFK, was an American politician from Massachusetts. He served as a
Senator for New York from 1965 until his assassination in 1968. He was previously the 64th U.S. Attorney General from 1961 to 1964, serving
under his older brother, President John F. Kennedy and his successor, President Lyndon B. Johnson. An icon of modern American liberalism
and member of the Democratic Party, Kennedy was a leading candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination in the 1968 election.

After serving in the U.S. Naval Reserve as a Seaman Apprentice from 1944 to 1946, Kennedy graduated from Harvard College and the
University of Virginia School of Law. Prior to entering public office, he worked as a correspondent to the Boston Post and as an attorney in
Washington D.C.. He gained national attention as the chief counsel of the Senate Labor Rackets Committee from 1957 to 1959, where he
publicly challenged Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa over the corrupt practices of the union, and published The Enemy Within, a book about
corruption in organized labor.

A prominent member of the Kennedy family, Bobby was the campaign manager for his brother John in the 1960 presidential election and was
appointed Attorney General during his presidential administration. He also served as a White House adviser to the president from 1961 to 1963.
His tenure is best known for its advocacy for the African-American Civil Rights Movement, crusade against organized crime and the mafia, and
involvement in U.S. foreign policy related to Cuba and Indonesia. After his brother's assassination, Kennedy remained in office for a few
months until leaving to run for the United States Senate in 1964 where he defeated Republican incumbent Kenneth Keating.

In 1968, Kennedy campaigned for the presidency and was a leading Democratic candidate, appealing particularly to black, Hispanic, and
Catholic voters. Shortly after midnight on June 5, 1968, after Kennedy defeated Senator Eugene McCarthy in the California presidential primary,
he was shot by Sirhan Sirhan, a 24-year old Palestinian, and died the following day.

Who was John F. Kennedy?

35th President of the United States of America

John Fitzgerald Kennedy, commonly known as Jack Kennedy, or by his initials JFK, was an American politician who served as the 35th
President of the United States from January 1961 until his assassination in November 1963. Notable events during his presidency included the
Bay of Pigs Invasion, the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Space Race—by initiating Project Apollo (which later culminated in the moon landings), the
building of the Berlin Wall, the African-American Civil Rights Movement, and increased US involvement in the Vietnam War.

After military service as commander of Motor Torpedo Boats PT-109 and PT-59 during World War II in the South Pacific, Kennedy represented
Massachusetts's 11th congressional district in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1947 to 1953 as a Democrat. Thereafter, he served in the
U.S. Senate from 1953 until 1960. Kennedy defeated Vice President and Republican candidate Richard Nixon in the 1960 U.S. Presidential
Election. At age 43, he was the youngest to have been elected to the office, the second-youngest president (after Theodore Roosevelt), and
the first person born in the 20th century to serve as president. To date, Kennedy has been the only Roman Catholic president and the only
president to have won a Pulitzer Prize.

Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963. Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested that afternoon and charged with the crime
that night.  Jack Ruby shot and killed Oswald two days later, before a trial could take place. The FBI and the Warren Commission officially
concluded that Oswald was the lone assassin.  The United States House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) agreed with the
conclusion that Oswald fired the shots which killed the president, but also concluded that Kennedy was probably assassinated as the result of
a conspiracy.

Since the 1960s, information concerning Kennedy's private life has come to light. Details of Kennedy's health problems with which he
struggled have become better known, especially since the 1990s. Although initially kept secret from the general public, reports of Kennedy
being unfaithful in marriage have garnered much press. Kennedy ranks highly in public opinion ratings of U.S. presidents but there is a gap
between his public reputation and his reputation among academics.

Memorials to John F. Kennedy
Schools
At Harvard University:
The Harvard Institute of Politics serves as a living memorial which promotes public service in his name.
The School of Government is known as the John F. Kennedy School of Government.
John F. Kennedy University opened in Pleasant Hill, California, in 1964 as a school for adult education.
Hundreds of schools across the U.S. were named in Kennedy's honor. The first school in the United States
named after him, while he was alive, had been the Kennedy Middle School, in Cupertino, California. In the
week after Kennedy's death, the first schools renamed for him were the Kennedy Elementary School in
Butte, Montana and the John F. Kennedy Middle School on Long Island in Bethpage, New York.  
Both schools held Board Meetings on November 26, at which time the new names were adopted.
John F Kennedy Catholic School, in Hemel Hempstead, England
John F. Kennedy Elementary School, Great Neck, New York, United States
John Kennedy College, Mauritius
In 1966, a new secondary school (for students aged 11–18) was founded in Coventry, England.
Originally scheduled to be named in honour of former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill,
it was instead named President Kennedy School and Community College.
Several schools in The Netherlands are named after him, including John F Kennedy-School in
The Hague, John F. Kennedybasisschool in Volendam, Basisschool John F. Kennedy in Oss,
Rooms Katholieke Basisschool John F. Kennedyschool in Arnhem, John F Kennedyschool in
Hendrik-Ido-Ambacht, John F. Kennedy School in 's-Gravenzande, and Jenaplanschool
John F. Kennedy in Zwijndrecht.

AIRPORTS AND SPACE CENTERS
NASA's Launch Operations Center at Cape Canaveral was renamed the John F. Kennedy Space Center.
Cape Canaveral itself was likewise renamed Cape Kennedy, but a referendum passed by Florida voters
in 1973 reverted it to its original name.
In New York City, the New York International Airport (formerly known as Idlewild Airport) was renamed
John F. Kennedy International Airport on December 24, 1963. Today, the airport is widely referred to
as "JFK" which is now its IATA code.
John F. Kennedy Memorial Airport, Ashland, Wisconsin, United States.

BUILDINGS
John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum on Columbia Point in Dorchester, Massachusetts opened in 1979 as Kennedy's official presidential library.
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts opened in 1971 in Washington, D.C.
Philadelphia Municipal Stadium was renamed John F. Kennedy Stadium in 1964. It was razed in 1992 and is now the current site of the Wells Fargo Center.
John F. Kennedy Stadium (Bridgeport), Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States.
One of the five residential towers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst is named Kennedy Tower in his honor.
The student union at the University of Dayton is named the John F. Kennedy Memorial Union, which opened in 1964.
A bust of JFK and a building on science campus of the French-language university Université du Québec à Montréal named the pavilion Président-Kennedy are located at President Kennedy Street's western end in Montreal.
In Cumberland, Maryland a low income residential apartment is named the "John F Kennedy Tower". It was dedicated by Maryland native and late brother-in-law of Kennedy, Sargent Shriver, in 1967.
Roads and bridges
Bust of Kennedy, with UQAM President Kennedy Pavilion behind, on Président-Kennedy Avenue in Montreal

ASIA
Rue John Kennedy, a street in Beirut, Lebanon that was named in honor of President John F. Kennedy on November 30, 1963.
Kennedy Street was the name of a street in Tehran, Iran, which was renamed Vahdat-e-Islami Street (Islamic Unity Street) after the Revolution of 1979.
Kennedy Street, Netanya, Israel

EUROPE
John F. Kennedy Estate, a street in Washington, England, near Washington Old Hall
Avenue J. F. Kennedy (J. F. Kennedy Avenue), a street in Luxembourg
Avenue John Kennedy (John Kennedy Avenue), a street in Brussels, Belgium
Avenue Président J. F. Kennedy (President J. F. Kennedy Avenue), a street in Monaco, near Port Hercule
John F. Kennedy Street, a street in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
John F. Kennedy Square, a square in Zagreb, Croatia
John Kennedy Avenue, a street in Nicosia, Cyprus
John Kennedy Street, a street in Zemun/Novi Beograd (runs through both municipalities) in north-west Belgrade, Serbia, 1.45 km in length.
Kennedybrücke (Kennedy Bridge), a bridge in Vienna, Austria, finished in 1964 and named after John F. Kennedy, who met Nikita Khrushchev in Vienna in 1961.
Kennedytunnel, one of the busiest highway tunnels in Europe, built in the 1960s in Antwerp, Belgium, and named after President Kennedy.
Kennedy Avenue, a major highway in Istanbul, Turkey
John Kennedylaan, a avenue in Ghent, Belgium
John F. Kennedy's square, a square in Aalborg, Denmark

FRANCE
Avenue John-Kennedy (John Kennedy Avenue), formerly Avenue de Paris, a street in Boulogne-sur-Mer
Avenue du Président John Kennedy (President John Kennedy Avenue), a street in Saint-Malo
Avenue du Président-Kennedy (President Kennedy Avenue), a street in Béthune
Avenue du Président-Kennedy (President Kennedy Avenue), a street in Lille
Avenue du Président-Kennedy (President Kennedy Avenue), formerly Quai du Fossé, a street in Mulhouse
Avenue du Président-Kennedy (President Kennedy Avenue), formerly Quai de Passy, a street running alongside the Seine in Paris, in the 16th arrondissement
Avenue du Président-Kennedy (President Kennedy Avenue), a street in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin
Avenue Président John Kennedy (President John Kennedy Avenue), a street in Dijon
Avenue Président-Kennedy (President Kennedy Avenue), a street in Dreux
Avenue Président-Kennedy (President Kennedy Avenue), a street in Narbonne
Avenue Président-Kennedy (President Kennedy Avenue), a street in Neufchâteau
Avenue Président-Kennedy (President Kennedy Avenue), a street in Soissons
Avenue Président-Kennedy (President Kennedy Avenue), a street in Orléans
Boulevard John Fitzgerald Kennedy (John Fitzgerald Kennedy Boulevard), a street in Clermont-Ferrand
Boulevard John Kennedy (John Kennedy Boulevard), a street in Bourg-en-Bresse
Boulevard John Kennedy (John Kennedy Boulevard), a street in Corbeil-Essonnes
Boulevard John Kennedy (John Kennedy Boulevard), a street in Dijon
Boulevard John Kennedy (John Kennedy Boulevard), a street in Draguignan
Boulevard John Kennedy (John Kennedy Boulevard), a street in Vichy
Boulevard du Président-Kennedy (President Kennedy Boulevard), a street in Sens
Boulevard Président-Kennedy (President Kennedy Boulevard), a street in Aix-en-Provence
Boulevard Président-Kennedy (President Kennedy Boulevard), a street in Béziers
Corniche Président John F. Kennedy, formerly Promenade de la Corniche, a street in Marseille, running along the sea front in the 7th and 8th arrondissements
Cours John Kennedy (John Kennedy Walk), a street in Nantes
Promenade J. Fitzgerald Kennedy (J.Fitzgerald Kennedy Promenade), formerly Boulevard de l'Atlantique, a promenade in Les Sables-d'Olonne
Rue J. F. Kennedy (J. F. Kennedy Street), formerly Rue Jeanne d'Arc, a street in Metz
Rue du Président Kennedy (President Kennedy Street), formerly Rue de Cambrai, a street in Saint-Quentin
Rue John Kennedy (John Kennedy Street), a street in Grenoble

GERMANY
John-F.-Kennedy-Brücke (John F. Kennedy Bridge), a bridge over the Isar in Munich, formerly Herzog-Heinrich-Brücke, renamed in 1964
Kennedybrücke (Kennedy Bridge), a bridge over the Rhine in Bonn
Kennedybrücke (Kennedy Bridge), a bridge in Bremerhaven, completed in 1961 and named after Kennedy following his assassination.
Kennedybrücke (Kennedy Bridge), a bridge in Hamburg, between the Binnenalster and Außenalster. Completed in 1953 and originally named Neue Lombardsbrücke, it was renamed Kennedybrücke
after the assassination in 1963.
Kennedystrasse (Kennedy Street), a street in Amberg
Kennedystrasse (Kennedy Street), a street in Bergheim
Kennedystrasse (Kennedy Street), a street in Maintal
Kennedystrasse (Kennedy Street), a street in Oldenburg
Kennedystrasse (Kennedy Street), a street in Puchheim

ITALY
Corso John Fitzgerald Kennedy (John Fitzgerald Kennedy Street), a street in Rivoli
Via John Fitzgerald Kennedy (John Fitzgerald Kennedy Street), a street in Caserta
Via John Fitzgerald Kennedy (John Fitzgerald Kennedy Street), a street in Cosenza
Via John Fitzgerald Kennedy (John Fitzgerald Kennedy Street), a street in Naples
Via John Fitzgerald Kennedy (John Fitzgerald Kennedy Street), a street in Recale
Via John Fitzgerald Kennedy (John Fitzgerald Kennedy Street), a street in Salerno
Via Presidente Kennedy (President Kennedy Street), a street in Pozzallo
Viale Presidente Kennedy (President Kennedy Avenue), a street in Catania

NETHERLANDS
John F. Kennedylaan (John F. Kennedy Avenue), a street in Apeldoorn
John F. Kennedylaan (John F. Kennedy Avenue), a street in Baarn
John F. Kennedylaan (John F. Kennedy Avenue), a street in Breda
John F. Kennedylaan (John F. Kennedy Avenue), a street in Eindhoven
John F. Kennedylaan (John F. Kennedy Avenue), a street in Heerlen
John F. Kennedylaan (John F. Kennedy Avenue), a street in Rijswijk
John F. Kennedylaan (John F. Kennedy Avenue), a street in Rotterdam
John F. Kennedylaan (John F. Kennedy Avenue), a street in Valkenswaard
John F. Kennedylaan (John F. Kennedy Avenue), a street in Vught
John F. Kennedylaan (John F. Kennedy Avenue), a street in Helden
Kennedystraat (Kennedy Street), a street in Berlicum
Kennedystraat (Kennedy Street), a street in Drunen
Kennedystraat (Kennedy Street), a street in Geleen
Kennedystraat (Kennedy Street), a street in Hoensbroek
Kennedystraat (Kennedy Street), a street in Liempde
Kennedystraat (Kennedy Street), a street in Ulestraten

SPAIN
Calle del Presidente Kennedy (President Kennedy Street), a street in Villafranca de los Barros
Calle Kennedy (Kennedy Street), a street in Benidorm
Calle Presidente Kennedy (President Kennedy Street), a street in Madrid (in the Getafe district)
Carrer del Presidente Kennedy (President Kennedy Street), a street in Banyoles
Carrer del Presidente Kennedy (President Kennedy Street), a street in Figueres

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Avenida John F. Kennedy (John F. Kennedy Avenue), a major roadway in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

BAHAMAS
John F. Kennedy Drive, a major roadway in New Providence

CANADA
President Kennedy Avenue, a street in Montreal. Kennedy was a popular figure in predominantly Roman Catholic Quebec, and was honored with a street in Montreal.
Route-du-Président-Kennedy, the official name of Quebec Route 173, a major north/south highway on the south shore of the St. Lawrence River in Quebec, Canada. This road is also known as the old path from Québec city
to Boston.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
John F. Kennedy Boulevard in Houston, Texas, an expressway that connects Beltway 8 (Sam Houston Parkway) to the main terminals of George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
John F. Kennedy Boulevard (State Road 60) in Tampa, renamed for Kennedy in 1964 by unanimous vote of the Tampa City Council. Kennedy visited Tampa on November 18, 1963, four days before his assassination.
John F. Kennedy Boulevard in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, formerly Pennsylvania Boulevard, which runs from 30th Street Station to City Hall.
John F. Kennedy Causeway, a major causeway in Miami, Florida
John F Kennedy Memorial Causeway, formerly The North Padre Island Causeway, connecting Padre Island to the Texas mainland.
John F. Kennedy Expressway, a major expressway in Chicago, renamed for Kennedy by unanimous vote of Chicago City Council a few days after the president's assassination.
John F. Kennedy Memorial Bridge, carries Interstate 65 across the Ohio River between Louisville, Kentucky and Jeffersonville, Indiana. The soon to be completed span was named in Kennedy's honor four days after his
death.
John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway, a stretch of Interstate 95 in Maryland, running from the Baltimore Beltway to the State Line, where it becomes the Delaware Turnpike, which had been dedicated by President Kennedy on
November 14, 1963, eight days before his assassination.
John F. Kennedy Street, formerly Boylston Street, which runs from Harvard Square to the Charles River in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Kennedy Memorial Drive, also known locally as 'KMD', formerly known as the Oakland Road, runs from the end of Silver Street in Waterville, Maine to the center of town in Oakland, Maine. The roadway was under
reconstruction from two lanes to four during the time of Kennedy's assassination. The upgraded roadway was dedicated in his honor.

PUERTO RICO
Calle Kennedy (Kennedy Street), a street in Arecibo
Calle Kennedy (Kennedy Street), a street in Dorado
Calle John F. Kennedy (John F. Kennedy Street), a street in Caguas
Calle John F. Kennedy (John F. Kennedy Street), a street in Las Piedras
John F. Kennedy Expressway, a segment of Puerto Rico state road (PR-2) in San Juan.

SOUTH AMERICA
Avenida Kennedy (Kennedy Avenue), a street in São Bernardo do Campo, São Paulo, Brazil
Avenida do Presidente Kennedy (President Kennedy Avenue), a street in Diadema, São Paulo, Brazil
Avenida do Presidente Kennedy (President Kennedy Avenue), a street in Duque de Caxias, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Calle Kennedy (Kennedy Street), a street in Oruro, Bolivia
Parque Kennedy (Kennedy Park), a park in Miraflores, Lima Province, Peru
Rua Kennedy (Kennedy Street), a street in São João de Meriti, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Avenida John F. Kennedy, a street in Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador

AFRICA
John Kennedy Library, Addis Ababa University, Oromia Region, Ethiopia
Plazas and squares

ASIA
Kennedy-Guest House This Guest house is present in Siddaganga Institute of Technology, Tumkur, Karnataka, India.
John F. Kennedy Market in Larkana Sindh, Pakistan is named after President Kennedy.

EUROPE
John-F.-Kennedy-Platz (John F. Kennedy Square), a square located in Berlin-Schöneberg in the location where Kennedy gave his "Ich bin ein Berliner" speech on June 26, 1963.
Kennedy Memorial Park, formerly Eyre Square, Galway, Ireland officially renamed in 1965 in honour of Kennedy, who visited Galway city shortly before his assassination. There is also a bronze bust there to commemorate
him.
John F. Kennedys Plads (John F. Kennedy's Square), a square in central Aalborg, Denmark. Adjacent is a shopping mall and bus terminal called Kennedy Arkaden (The Kennedy Arcade).

BELGIUM
John F. Kennedyplein (John F. Kennedy Square), a square in Blankenberge
John F. Kennedyplein (John F. Kennedy Square), a square in Bruges
Place John F. Kennedy (John F. Kennedy Square), a square in Charleroi
President Kennedyplein (President Kennedy Square), a square in Ostend

FRANCE
Place John F. Kennedy (John F. Kennedy Square), a square in Blois
Place John F. Kennedy (John F. Kennedy Square), a square in Perpignan
Place du Président Kennedy (President Kennedy Square), a square in Angers
Place du Président Kennedy (President Kennedy Square), a square in Cherbourg
Place du Président Kennedy (President Kennedy Square), a square in Issy-les-Moulineaux
Place du Président Kennedy (President Kennedy Square), a square in Plérin
Place du Président Kennedy (President Kennedy Square), a square in Vanves

ITALY
Piazza John Fitzgerald Kennedy (John Fitzgerald Kennedy Square), a square in Castelfiorentino
Piazza John Fitzgerald Kennedy (John Fitzgerald Kennedy Square), a square in La Spezia
Piazza John Fitzgerald Kennedy (John Fitzgerald Kennedy Square), a square in Marotta
Piazza John Fitzgerald Kennedy (John Fitzgerald Kennedy Square), a square in Ravenna
Piazza John Fitzgerald Kennedy (John Fitzgerald Kennedy Square), a square in Rome, near the Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana
Piazza Kennedy (Kennedy Square), a square in Bellusco
Piazza Kennedy (Kennedy Square), a square in Celico
Piazza Kennedy (Kennedy Square), a square in Cirò Marina
Piazza Kennedy (Kennedy Square), a square in Forino
Piazza Kennedy (Kennedy Square), a square in Jesolo
Piazza Kennedy (Kennedy Square), a square in Lamezia Terme
Piazza Kennedy (Kennedy Square), a square in Loreto
Piazza Kennedy (Kennedy Square), a square in Qualiano

NETHERLANDS
John F. Kennedyplein (John F. Kennedy Square), a square in Purmerend
President Kennedyplein (President Kennedy Square), a square in Beverwijk
President Kennedyplein (President Kennedy Square), a square in Leidschendam
President Kennedyplein (President Kennedy Square), a square in Kaatsheuvel
President Kennedyplein (President Kennedy Square), a square in Maastricht

SPAIN
Plaça John F. Kennedy (John F. Kennedy Square), a square in Barcelona

NORTH AMERICA
John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza in Dallas, Texas, a square not far from the site of the assassination. The memorial consists of an empty platform with "John Fitzgerald Kennedy" engraved along its side, surrounded by a
square cement enclosure with two openings.

SOUTH AMERICA
John F. Kennedy Park in the Miraflores District in Lima, Peru commonly named Parque Kennedy is a central plaza which regularly has flea markets and art exhibitions.

Memorials, busts and statues
John F. Kennedy Memorial stone and plaque, located in the Fitzroy Gardens, Melbourne, Victoria, was dedicated in May 1964 by the then Lord Mayor of Melbourne, His Worship the Right Honourable Edward Leo Curtis.
The John F. Kennedy memorial in Dallas, Texas.
Yad Kennedy, a memorial to the U.S. president, was established on a crest in the Jerusalem Forest, part of which is designated the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest, on the southwest outskirts of Jerusalem, Israel, near
Aminadav.
A Kennedy memorial was established in Runnymede, England, where the Magna Carta was sealed.
A bust of President Kennedy was dedicated on May 31, 1965 at Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn, New York. The bust was removed in 2003 for restoration, and reinstalled in 2010.
Bust by Jacques Lipchitz
Jacques Lipchitz's bust of Kennedy at the Military Park in Newark, New Jersey was dedicated on November 11, 1965.
A life size statue of President John F. Kennedy in the presidential statues across from the Puerto Rico Capitol in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
A bust of President Kennedy stands outside International Student House on Great Portland St in London. It was unveiled in May 1965 by Senator Robert Kennedy.
The J. F. Kennedy Memorial, a 1968 mosaic in Birmingham, England
On June 29, 2008, Kennedy's sister, Jean Kennedy Smith, unveiled a statue of her late brother at New Ross, County Wexford, Ireland.
A bust of President John F. Kennedy by Felix de Weldon at Kennedy Library, Columbia Point, Boston, MA - spqrfineart.com

SONGS
"Abraham, Martin and John," written by Dick Holler and recorded first by Dion; the title refers to assassination victims Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King, Jr. and John F. Kennedy. In the song, the lyrics mention Robert F.
Kennedy ("Bobby"), as well.
"He Was a Friend of Mine," recorded by The Byrds, was included on their 1965 album, Turn! Turn! Turn!. In The Byrds' version, the song's melody is altered and the lyrics are changed to lament John Kennedy's assassination.
Jazz composer and arranger Oliver Nelson recorded a tribute album entitled The Kennedy Dream which used excerpts from Kennedy's speeches in 1967.

OTHER
John F. Kennedy memorial issue of 1964
CR 501 has a 19 mile boulevard that goes from Bayonne, NJ up to Weehawken, NJ named after John F Kennedy Blvd in Hudson County, NJ
The United States Postal Service honored Kennedy with two postage stamps, a 5¢ issued in 1964, and a Prominent Americans series (1965–1978) 13¢.
The U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67) was named on April 30, 1964, and served until March 23, 2007. A second USS John F. Kennedy is due to start construction in 2012, to be commissioned in 2018.
The John Fitzgerald Kennedy National Historic Site is a National Historic Site that includes Kennedy's birthplace and childhood home in Brookline, Massachusetts.
Kennedy was posthumously awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1963.
Since 1964, Kennedy's portrait has appeared on the half-dollar coin, replacing Benjamin Franklin.
John F. Kennedy Medical Center is a hospital located in Edison, New Jersey.
One of the Solomon Islands is named Kennedy Island.
The city of Evansville, Indiana observed John F. Kennedy Day on November 22, 2003, to mark the 40th anniversary of his death.
In February 2007, Kennedy's name, along with his wife's, was included on a list taken aboard the Japanese Kaguya spacecraft to the Moon, as part of The Planetary Society's "Wish Upon the Moon" campaign.   In addition,
they are included on the list onboard NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter mission.
The U.S. Army's John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School is named after the president because of his support for the Army Rangers and Special Forces.
John F. Kennedy Park in the Auckland suburb of Castor Bay in New Zealand.
The exterior of 14 Prince's Gate, formerly the Royal College of General Practitioners in London, bears a plaque noting that Kennedy lived there as a boy when his father was US Ambassador to the United Kingdom from 1938
to 1940.
The Historic Auto Attractions Museum, in Roscoe, Illinois, houses a large display dedicated to the president. Items on display include the 1956 Secret Service Cadillac which followed the car in which the President, Mrs.
Jackie Kennedy, Governor and Mrs. Connally were riding; a replica of the 1963 Lincoln Continental used by the Kennedy; and several other items related to the Kennedy family, Lee Harvey Oswald and Jack Ruby.

PICTURES TO BE POSTED

At the invitation of Ambassador Zina Andrianarivelo, the Mission of Madagascar to the United Nations, and the MEVA Association,
Dr. Anurita Kapur attended an Exhibition at the Madagascar Mission in Manhattan, New York.
The Malagasy Artisans and Business representatives during their visit to New York. This exciting event will took place at the offices
of the Mission.  Representatives of import companies and sellers of handicrafts, precious & semi-precious stones and other
products are especially welcome.  

Ambassador Zina Andrianarivelo, Permanent Representative of Madagascar: He was appointed permanent representative of
Madagascar to the United Nations in 2002.
Prior to his appointment, Andrianarivelo-Razafy served as Madagascar’s ambassador to the United States, as well as ambassador
to the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. From 1987 to 1998, he was senior manager at Henri Fraise Sons and
Company Group in Madagascar. Before that he was assistant to the president of HTR Enterprises, Inc. in Washington, D.C.
Andrianarivelo-Razafy holds a master’s degree in business administration, specializing in international business, from Ball State
University in Muncie, Ind.; a post-graduate degree in organizational management from Poitiers, France; a master’s degree in
economic and social administration (Angers, France); and a bachelor’s degree in international trade and applied foreign languages
(English and German) obtained in Nantes, France.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended an Event Healthcare Delivery to Developing Countries Using Mobile Technology at the
German Mission in Manhattan, New York.  
Attendees were: Prominent Professional International Community, German Consulate Staff, German Mission Staff and United
Nations.

MORE INFORMATION TO BE ADDED SOON

At the invitation of the UNA-USA-UNF, Dr. Anurita Kapur who is a Board Member, she attended an Event about a presentation
entitled Pakistan and the South Central Asian Region..Post-2014 Scenario that was given by Ambassador Masood Khan, Pakistan's
Permanent Representative to the United Nations.  Amb. Khan was very expressive in his speech and knowledgeable on the South
Asian Countries stand in that area and the role of Pakistan.  The attendees were international community and other dignitaries.
The Event was held at the Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey.

Ambassador Masood Khan is a career diplomat who is the current Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the United Nations in
New York. Previously, beginning in September 2008, he was Pakistan's Ambassador to China.  Before that he was the ambassador
and permanent representative of Pakistan to the United Nations Office at Geneva from 2005 to 2008. He also stayed as the
chairman of the Committee on Internet Governance at the World Summit on the Information Society in 2005.

PICTURES TO BE POSTED

January, 2015

Dear Dr. Anurita Kapur,

Happy New Year 2015!!

THE FUTURE IS NOT A GIFT ITS AN ACHIEVEMENT.  - ROBERT F. KENNEDY

Love,

Kerry Kennedy
Daughter of Robert F. Kennedy, Former U.S. Senator & U.S. Presidential
Candidate - Brother of John F. Kennedy, Former President of the United
States of America

Letters of appreciation, commendation and Holiday Greetings sent to Dr. Anurita Kapur by several prominent and world
renowned people including her friends.  The messages are posted below.
January, 2015

Dear Dr. Anurita Kapur,

Happy Holidays!!!

"And, when I finally listened, they told me what to do with my 'one and precious life':
charge into the world with fearless enthusiasm, bearing the
simple gift of myself and sharing recklessly and gratefully and peacefully wherever
and whenever I can."     - TIMOTHY SHRIVER FULLY ALIVE

Anurita, may you charge into 2015 with fearless enthusiasm.

Love,

Cara, Kerry, Michaela and Mariah

THE KENNEDYS
Daughter and Grand-Daughters of
Robert F. Kennedy, Former U.S. Senator & U.S. Presidential Candidate
(Brother of John F. Kennedy, Former President of the United States of America)
MANY MORE LETTERS ARE BEING POSTED.  
THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE.
January, 2015

Dear Dr. Anurita Kapur,

I couldn't let these last days of 2014 pass by without making sure you know how thankful I am for everything you've done to help out Barack and Democrats this year.

Whenever anyone called on you, you stepped up and did whatever you could to support the work that we're doing together. That's why I know we're going to
keepdoing big things in these next two years of Barack's presidency -- because I know that you'll continue to stand by our side so that we can keep this movement
going and prepare for the challenges ahead.

Thanks for sticking with us, and Happy New Year.

Michelle

Michelle Obama
Wife of Barack Obama, President of the United States of America
First Lady of the United States of America
January, 2015

Dear Dr. Anurita,

Happy New Year, and thank you for your support! We've got a big year ahead of us as we work to help the United Nations build a better world for all.

That's why we're starting the year with some inspiration from last year.  Our work improving global health, advancing sustainable energy solutions, empowering girls
and women, and building support for the UN is possible because of supporters like you.

Thanks again, and we look forward to working with you in 2015!

Ted Turner, Founder of The United Nations Foundation & CNN
and The United Nations FoundationTeam
December, 2014

Dear Dr. Anurita Kapur,

As 2014 comes to a close, I'd like to take this opportunity to thank you for supporting our Foundation's work. It's because of people like you that countless individuals
around the world are now living better life stories. With your support, we were able to take meaningful and measurable action in a number of ways, including:
•          Helping more young people access the learning and employment opportunities they need to reach their full potential.
•          Reforesting land by improving cultivation methods for small holder farmers from Rwanda to India.
•          Combating global warming in Latin America by helping to make public transportation more energy efficient.
•          And working to advance the full participation of women and girls around the world.

Thank you again for helping to empower individuals and strengthen communities around the world. Together, we're building the kind of world we want all our children
and grandchildren to live in.

From everyone at the Clinton Foundation – have a happy and healthy holiday season.

Sincerely,

Bill Clinton
Former President of the United States of America
December, 2014

Dear Dr. Anurita Kapur,

This is a season to give thanks for our many blessings and to remember our responsibilities to each other – that we're all in this together.

In my family, we're celebrating our first holidays with a beautiful new granddaughter. We're also celebrating the generosity and commitment of our incredible Clinton
Foundation family – and that means you.

As we look ahead to an exciting new year, there's so much more to do together – solving problems and seizing opportunities faster, better, and at lower cost. But we
can't do it without you.

From ensuring more of America’s children have the chance to succeed to empowering women and girls around the world, we have plenty of work ahead of us in 2015.

I am so excited to move these initiatives forward. Our Too Small to Fail initiative aims to help parents and businesses take meaningful actions to improve the health
and well-being of children. No Ceilings has begun to take on what I believe is the great unfinished business of the 21st century – helping women and girls achieve full
participation around the world. And through Job One, we're bringing employers, educators, and young people together to help our kids get the skills and support they
need to find good and fulfilling jobs.

Across all our initiatives in 2015, we'll be helping more people in more places live up to their God-given potential. And we need you right there with us.

I can count on you. Thank you, as always, for joining us in this important work. With your support, I know that there are no limits to what we can achieve together.

Sincerely,

Hillary Rodham Clinton
Founder of Clinton Foundation
U.S. Senator
Wife of Bill Clinton, Former President of the United States of America
December, 2014

Dear Dr. Anurita Kapur,

I don't want you to miss out on this special opportunity to TRIPLE your impact for Nothing But Nets. Thank you for all you do to help save lives!
Chris Helfrich
Director, Nothing But Nets


Dear Dr. Anurita Kapur,

Your contribution to our Matching Gift Challenge now we're $30,000 away from our $500,000 original matching gift challenge, and a new $100,000 matching gift
challenge from the Simon Estes Foundation now means that your contribution is matched TRIPLING the impact of your support!

Your Matching Gift And Your Impact Will Be TRIPLED!  4.3 million lives have now been saved through concerted global efforts to fight malaria but there is still
more to do.

It's simple. It's easy. And it works.  You have helped save the life of a child and Nothing But Nets will ensure delivery of the nets to protect children from the
deadly bites of malaria-carrying mosquitoes together with our UN partners.

What a great way to celebrate the end of 2014. Thanks for everything you're doing to help us fight malaria.  Thanks and Happy New Year!

Rick Reilly
Co-founder, Nothing But Nets
December, 2014

Dear Dr. Anurita Kapur,

With your support, we have fought discriminatory laws in Uganda, educated more than a million students around the world about human rights, and supported the
winners of the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize. Thank you!

You helped do all of this and more by supporting Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights as a member.

Your contributions have made double the difference.  Your support has:
•        supported our partners like Nobel Prize winner and Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award laureate Kailash Satyarthi, who has freed over 75,000 children
from slavery in India;
•        improved health care outcomes along the American Gulf Coast;
•        and, empowered students around the world to stand up for change.

In the year ahead, we will launch a new partnership with Adilur Rahman Khan, Bangladesh's leading human rights activist; argue on behalf of women's rights before
the Inter-American Court of Human Rights; and, expand our Speak Truth To Power curriculum across Greece.

These are exciting and important initiatives, and they would not be possible without your generosity. Thank you!

Please help with your continued support to Robert Kennedy's vision of a more just and peaceful world.

Your donation makes a world of difference.

Warmest regards,

Kerry Kennedy  
President & Founder of Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights
Daughter of Robert F. Kennedy who was a Former U.S. Senator and brother of Former U.S. President John F. Kennedy.
THE KENNEDYS
December, 2014

Dear Dr. Anurita Kapur,

The year is rapidly coming to a close, so I'm going to keep this message brief:

Midnight tonight is a significant deadline for the Foundation. People like you are the secret to the incredible success of the Clinton Foundation. I couldn't be
more excited about 2015 – but we need to start the year off right.

With your support, the Clinton Foundation is improving millions of lives around the world. Your donation helps us fund our work to:
•        Lower the cost of HIV testing equipment so more people know their status and can access treatment
•        Give small holder farmers the resources they need to feed their communities and invest in the future
•        Reduce greenhouse gas emissions by helping more buildings and homeowners improve energy-efficiency
•        And so much more.

We have plans to expand our work into exciting new areas in 2015, but to be successful we'll need your help more than ever.

Help us transform even more lives in the coming year.

We have you to thank for some of the most important changes we've seen happen in the world. And we've only just begun.
Thank you for being a part of this transformative work.

Sincerely,

Bill Clinton
Former President of the United States of America
Founder of Clinton Foundation
December, 2014

Dear Dr. Anurita,

My father, Robert Kennedy, struck down laws that gave legitimacy to hate, and confronted those who sheltered the enemies of peace and justice. His work continues
today, and that's why your support is so important.

Your monthly pledge helps provide the resources we need to continue changing lives. Your generosity supports a network of human rights defenders, teachers, and
others who carry forward my father's work.

Joining our network, your support and you will play a vital role in helping us:

...demand concrete reforms before the Inter-American Court of Human Rights to address the thousands of gender-based abuses in the Americas every year.

...oppose homophobic legislation in Uganda, where widespread anti-gay sentiment keeps tens of thousands of people from enjoying their basic rights.

...fight for justice and the freedom of expression in Bangladesh, where government forces use violence and torture with impunity to silence voices of opposition.

...empower the younger generations in Greece, where the Ministry of Education has invited Speak Truth To Power to combat youth recruitment into neo-Nazi
extremism.

You make a world of difference.  

Warm regards,

Kerry Kennedy  
President
Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights
Daughter of Robert Kennedy, Former Senator of the United States
and brother of John F. Kennedy, Former President of the United States
THE KENNEDYS
December, 2014


Dear Dr. Anurita Kapur,

The holiday season is a time for reflection, a time for family, and -- as one year ends and another begins -- a time for renewal.

Recent events have brought great pain to our city, but the beauty and the strength of New York is that we don't let moments like these divide us. As we have done
together
as a city so many times before, we will take this moment as an opportunity not just to heal, but also to grow back stronger and more united than we've ever been.

In the new year, we will continue to work together to be the best city we can be -- one where every New Yorker has a fair chance at success, where we grow stronger
because we all rise together, and where the bonds between all members of our communities are stronger than ever before.

From our family to yours: happy holidays.

Bill, Chirlane, Chiara, and Dante
Bill de Blasio, Mayor of New York City
December, 2014

Dear Dr. Anurita Kapur,

Our city is in pain.

We mourn the murder of New York City Police Officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu -- heroes who were attacked for the uniform they wore and the badge they
carried.

Saturday's killings were an attack on not just two of our finest men, but an attack on our democracy and our values -- an attack on every single New Yorker.

But more than anything else, the murder of Officers Ramos and Liu are tragedies for their families, and I urge all New Yorkers to stand in solidarity with them. These
families are now our families and they are suffering unspeakable pain.

There will be a time to return to debates of past weeks. But let me be clear: Now is not that time.

I ask all sides -- those who have protested and those who have been vocal against protests -- to step back and turn our thoughts to our shared identity as New
Yorkers and to honoring the memories of the two fine men we lost.

First and foremost, let us remember our obligation to protect our police just as they protect us. If you hear or see a threat against the NYPD, call 911 and report it
immediately.

But let's also aspire to do more. One member of Officer Ramos's family called for "peaceful coexistence" in our city. We can and must honor his memory and the
memory of Officer Liu by being the best city we can be. Our strength has always been our incredible diversity, and within that diversity a bond that unites us far
more than it divides us.

In these challenging times, let us rededicate ourselves to the common values we cherish: respect for all people, the rule of law, and the principle that the best way to
move forward is by doing it together.

Thank you,

Bill de Blasio
Mayor of New York City
December, 2014

Dear Dr. Anurita Kapur,

As you celebrate the holidays with your friends and family, please accept our thanks for your generous support throughout the year. Your philanthropic support
means we are able to create amazing exhibitions, affecting public programs and innovative digital initiatives.

Your support was able to enrich the appreciation of America’s Asian Pacific Heritage at the world's largest museum and research complex.

Thank you for making 2014 such an incredible experience! Please help us carry this positive momentum into the New Year. Your gift makes a difference.

Best wishes for a happy and healthy holiday season.

Konrad Ng
Director, Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center
November, 2014

Dear Dr. Anurita Kapur,

Two simple words that come to you expressing so much more than mere gratitude. Behind our gesture is the gratitude of the hundreds we help every day in the
North Jersey Region.

Behind our "thank you" is a family devastated by a home fire being helped through the caring gift you gave: a military member needing to reconnect with his or her
family; someone receiving donated lifesaving blood; a homebound, elderly resident receiving a smile delivered with a warm meal; or a volunteer who gained a new
purpose to their life through their work helping someone else.

This appreciation and so much more comes with our "thank you." We're continuously inspired by the dedication of our volunteers. Those who jump out of bed at
2:00 a.m. to help a family in need; the meticulous effort transcribing words to Braille for blind students; the compassion to brighten a veteran's day; and the wisdom
of our youth members developing new ways to be philanthropic. It's a point of pride for us to know there are so many of you who really care for people, the
community and the Red Cross mission. It's that keen awareness of your unselfish acts that inspires us all to do our very best.

When you take a good look at the benefits derived from time, blood and or dollars donated to the American Red Cross mission, the simple words "thank you"
illuminate in a much greater light.

Wishing you and yours a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday!

Mathieu Nelessen
Regional CEO
American Red Cross
New Year's Greetings and Picture of Kerry Kennedy and her
daughters: Cara, Michaela and Maria sent to Dr. Anurita Kapur
New Year's Greetings and Picture of theKennedys  Family
sent to Dr. Anurita Kapur with Greetings!

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended an Event at St. Lucia Mission in Manhattan, New York.  The Event was hosted by
Ambassador Rambally at the St. Lucia Mission and Ambassador Du Bois, Consul General at the Consulate.  
The attendees were prominent community of: St. Lucians, American and the United Nations and many other international mix.  

Menissa Rambally is appointed as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary and Permanent Representative of Saint Lucia to the United
Nations in May 2012. Prior to her assignment in New York, Ambassador Rambally was Advisor to the Government of Saint Lucia since the re-
election of the Labour Administration in December 2011.

Menissa Rambally can be considered a veteran of Saint Lucian and Caribbean politics. She has been to almost every peak of political
endeavour, serving her Island as an elected Member of the Legislative Assembly, a Minister of Government, a Member of her Political Party’s
Executive Council, a crusading speaker on issues impacting quality of life across the Caribbean and a Political Consultant and Social Policy
Adviser to Governments and Organizations throughout the wider Caribbean Region.

Ambassador Rambally re-wrote the pages of Caribbean history when she was first elected to the Saint Lucia Parliament in 1997 at age 21;
making her the youngest elected Member of Parliament throughout the English speaking Commonwealth in this Century. Three years later,
she went on to become the youngest person in contemporary Caribbean politics to hold full Ministerial office.

For two years, she presided over the number one driving force behind the growth of the Saint Lucian economy when she served as Minister of
Tourism and Civil Aviation in 2000-2001. Later, She navigated the path of development when she served as Minister of Social Transformation,
Local Government and Culture for the period 2001-2006.

Between 1997 and 1999, she served as a Member of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Government of Saint Lucia; was Parliamentary Secretary of
the Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation; Acting Minister of Health, Gender Relations and Family Affairs; Acting Minister of Education, Human
Resource Development, Youth and Sports; and served as Acting Minister for Commerce, Industry and Consumer Affairs.

She worked full-time in the wider Caribbean Region between 2007 -2011  Ambassador Rambally worked full-time in the wider Caribbean
Region between 2007 -2011, where she served as Political Consultant and Social Policy Advisor to several Governments and Political
Organizations.

Ambassador Rambally has been a public speaker throughout the Caribbean Region on issues of Social Development, particularly, issues
impacting quality of life across the Caribbean, the advancement of Women and Youth Empowerment.

She was educated in the Caribbean island of Trinidad and Tobago in Business Studies. Ambassador Rambally has spent much of her Career in
public service and looks forward to continued service on behalf of her homeland Saint Lucia, the people of the wider Caribbean Region and
beyond.

Dr. Anurita Kapur & her daughter Reeteka & her friends attended a "Rang Barse" Holi Hungama Event in North Brunswick,
New Jersey in March, 2014.  This was a ticketed event.

Holi is an Indian Event of Colors celebrated in Spring.

MORE DETAILS TO BE POSTED SOON.
Attended by Indian Community, Professionals and local dignitaries.
PICTURES TO BE POSTED
PICTURES TO BE POSTED

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended and Event: Tapping Potential: Encouraging Women’s Empowerment in the U.S.
& Japan in April, 2014 held in Manhattan, New York.
Calls for greater presence of women in the upper echelons of corporate and political power in the US and Japan have
grown stronger as globalization encourages greater workplace diversity and official endorsements have been made by
Prime Minister Abe and officials in the US. While the workforce participation rate of women in Japan has grown, rates of
employment in managerial and executive roles remain significantly below the average of the OECD countries. Could quota
systems and extended child-care leave serve as a solution to this long standing problem? What types of policies and
systems established in the U.S., which have helped make major strides in the advancement of women, can be adapted for
the Japanese workplace? Further, in what ways does the U.S also remain hindered by gender disparity issues, and how
can these be addressed? At this pivotal point in both nation’s futures, we bring together a panel of female leaders from
both Japan the U.S. to examine the potential for and challenges of female empowerment and work-life balance.

Speakers:
  Yoriko Kawaguchi, Visiting Professor, Meiji University, former Member of the House of Councilors, former
Minister for Foreign Affairs, and former Minister of the Environment, Japan
Ruth Porat, Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Morgan Stanley

Attended by the mix of several professional community, Japanese-American Community, and many Dignitaries.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended a Conference Bending Adversity: Japan & the Art of Survival
at the Japan Society in Manhattan, New York, March, 2014.

Over the past half century, the tremendous growth followed by the apparent stagnation of the Japanese economy has
drawn analysis from observers around the world. Recently, much of this commentary has focused on a Japan grappling
with low birth rates, an aging society and the aftermath of the March 11, 2011 disasters; prior to the advent of
“Abenomics,” much was made of the supposed “Lost Decades” of economic immobility.  David Pilling, Asia Editor,
Financial Times and author of the forthcoming Bending Adversity: Japan and the Art of Survival, draws from his extensive
research and interviews with a wide range of contemporary Japanese voices to call into question the narrative of an
aging, stagnant Japan.
Presider:  Hajime Matsuura, Advisor to the Board of Directors and Senior Columnist The Sankei Shimbun.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended an Event conducted by Harvard Professor Joseph Nye on America’s
“Rebalance” Towards Japan & China: Yoko Makino Policy Series.  March, 2014

Reception and lecture with Joseph Nye and having an interest in this opportunity to meet Professor Nye with a diverse
group of fellow attendees.

The Obama administration’s proposed “Pivot” to Asia has had to compete for attention amid domestic debates over
healthcare reform and the budget, as well as international crises such as the civil war in Syria and unrest in Ukraine.  At
the same time, tensions continue to rise throughout East Asia as territorial disputes and nationalistic sentiments hamper
dialog between the major regional powers.  

Joseph Nye, University Distinguished Service Professor, Harvard University, and former Dean at the Kennedy School of
Government,
examines the progress being made in America’s “rebalance” towards Asia, paying special attention to American policy
toward China and
Japan.
Presider:  Mark Halperin, Editor-at-large, Time Magazine

Dr. Anurita Kapur who is a Board Member of UNA-USA-UNF was invited to and attended and participated in a meeting with
Congressman Bob Menendez's Office with all the Board Members of UNA-USA-UNF to advocate for the funding for the
United Nations by the United States of America.  The meeting was a great success.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended a Japanese Event at the Japan Society in March, 2014 in Manhattan, New York.
Japan’s New National Security Strategy & Its Impacts on Regional Stability.

The 21st century has seen significant changes in the global balance of power alongside the emergence of serious regional
threats, such as North Korea’s nuclear arsenal, and transnational threats, such as cyber-terrorism. In response to these
potential threats, last December Japan established a new National Security Council and adopted its first National Security
Strategy, centralizing its existing security apparatus under the new policy of “Proactive Contribution to Peace.” While it is
yet to be seen how this new system will operate, it has already changed the landscape of security in East Asia. In this
lecture, Dr. Masashi Nishihara, President of the Research Institute for Peace and Security, discusses the implications of
these changes in national security policy on regional security and the Japan-U.S. alliance.

Speaker:  
Masashi Nishihara, President, Research Institute for Peace and Security (RIPS)

Presider:

George Packard, President, United States-Japan Foundation

Dr. Anurita Kapur who is a Board Member was invited to and attended and participated in a meeting with Ambassador Feret
Hoxha, Permanent Representative of Albania at the Mission of Albania to the United Nations in New York.

Prior to this appointment, Mr. Hoxha served as National Coordinator for the Alliance of Civilizations and National Coordinator for the Barcelona
Process–Union for the Mediterranean since 2008. He was appointed his country’s Governor to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
Board of Governors in 2007. Between 2006 and 2009 he was Secretary General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Mr. Hoxha has been Personal Representative of the Head of State to the Permanent Council of the International Organization of La
Francophonie from 2001 to 2007, during which period he also served as Ambassador to France until 2006, and Ambassador to Portugal,
resident in Paris, from 2003 to 2006. He was Ambassador to Belgium and Luxembourg from 1999 to 2001, and concurrently Head of Albania’s
Mission to the European Union in Brussels, a position to which he was appointed in 1998.

He has been the Director of the Department of Multilateral Cooperation and International Organizations in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs from
1996 to 1998. In 1995, he served as Counselor to the Permanent Mission of Albania to the United Nations in New York. He was Deputy Director
for Multilateral Cooperation and International Relations from 1993 to 1995, having joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1991.

Mr. Hoxha was educated at the University of Tirana in Albania, and also attended the Netherlands Institute of International Relations at
Clingendael in The Hague and the Center of International and Security Studies in Maryland, United States.
Mr. Hoxha has been bestowed the dignity of Grand Officer of the French National Order of Merit. He has been awarded the title of “Personalité
Francophone for the year 2007” by the Albanian Ministry of Foreign affairs and the title of Honorary Professor by the Utah Valley University.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended a celebration of Chinese Republic Day at the Chinese Consulate in Manhattan, New
York.  The event was hosted by the Chinese Government and Consul General of China and his wife Mrs. Guoxiang, with
speeches with distinguished guests from many International Countries' Governments.   The Event concluded with Ethnic
Chinese Dinner with a variety of foods from all parts of China.

The attendees were many Top notch International Government Officials, International Diplomatic Community, American
Justice System, Prominent Americans including professionals from many other communities.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended an Event at the Chinese Consulate.  The event was hosted by the Consul General
of China, with speeches and live musical program by Chinese Artists and concluded with Ethnic Chinese Dinner with a
variety of foods from all parts of China.
Ambassador, Consul General Sun Guoxiang, of Zhejiang descent, was born in Shanghai.
2011- Ambassador, Consul General of the People's Republic of China in New York
2008-2011: Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People's Republic of China to the Socialist Republic of Vietnam
2006-2008: Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People's Republic of China to the Republic of Turkey
2002-2006: Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People's Republic of China to the Democratic Socialist Republic of
Sri Lanka and concurrently to the Republic of Maldives
1993-2002: Deputy Director, Director, then Deputy Director General, Department of Asian Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
1995-1996: School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins University, USA
1991-1993: Second Secretary, then First Secretary, Chinese Embassy in Canada
1984-1991: Third Secretary, then Second Secretary, General Office, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
1983-1984: Staff Member, Department of Asian Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
1980-1983: Staff Member, Chinese Embassy in the Lao People's Democratic Republic

The attendess were many International Dignitaries, Diplomatic Community, American Justice System, Prominent Americans
including professionals from many other communities.

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Shahid Afridi, Famous Pakistani Cricketer &
Dr. Anurita Kapur
Shahid Afridi, Famous Pakistani Cricketer, H.E. Ambassador Sardar
Muhammad Masood Khan, Permanent Mission of Pakistan NY &
Sardar Muhammad Masood Khan took oath of office of the President
Azad Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday, August 17, 2016. He is the
27th President of Azad State of Jammu and Kashmir.
Dr. Anurita Kapur at an Indian Restaurant in New York City
As a surprise, Anurita was presented with flowers for her birthday the same day by her well-wishers at
the same meeting.