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|Working with the United Nations with Assistant Secretary of State Dr. Esther Brimmer|
|Date||Thursday October 29|
|Time||6:00 PM - 7:00 PM|
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World Affairs Council Auditorium
312 Sutter Street, 2nd Floor
San Francisco, CA 94108
|Organizer/Author||World Affairs Council|
With the Obama Administration in the White House, what are the new goals and objectives of US multilateral diplomacy at the United Nations? While President Obama has reaffirmed America’s commitment to the UN, how is the United States working multilaterally on “hot issues” such as food security, development, climate change, and humanitarian issues? Assistant Secretary Esther Brimmer joins the Council to discuss the Obama administration’s approach to revitalizing multilateral diplomacy, and how it can achieve our foreign policy goals, as well as our priorities in international organizations. Dr. Esther Brimmer was nominated by President Obama to the position of Assistant Secretary of State for International Organizations on March 2009. In her role as Assistant Secretary, she leads the Bureau of International Organization Affairs, which strives to advance U.S. interests through international organizations in areas including human rights, peacekeeping, food security, humanitarian relief, and climate change.
This event is co-sponsored by the United Nations Association - East Bay Chapter.