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7th International Day of women and girls in Science Assembly
 

International Day of women and girls in Science

 FEBUARY 11, 2022
united Nations Headquarters, NYC

High Level Opening Segment: Water United Us
 
Statements delivered by high-level representatives of Member States and other high dignitaries of the United Nations, highlighting the role of women in science and technology in solving water-related challenges, including social sciences, private sector, diplomacy,
 and international arena, etc.

Moderators: Woman and Girl in Science

Dr. Susan Windham-Bannister,
President of Association of Women in Science, USA

Ms. Anya Khan,
13 years-old Science Advocate, Girls in Science
4 SDGs International Platform, USA

 Welcome Remarks

HRH Princess Dr. Nisreen El-Hashemite,
 Executive Director of the Royal Academy of Science
International Trust (RASIT)

Opening Statements

H.E. Mr. Abdulla Shahid,
President of the 76
th session of the United Nations General Assembly

H.E. Mr. António Guterres,
Secretary-General of the United Nations

High-level representatives of co-organizing
and co-sponsoring Member States

H.E. Mr. Borut Pahor,
President of the Republic of Slovenia

H.E. Prof. Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa,
 President of the Portuguese Republic

H.E. Dr. George W. Vella,
President of the Republic of Malta

H.E. Ms. Katerina Sakellaropoulou,
 President of the Hellenic Republic

H.E. Mr. Guillermo Lasso,
 President of the Republic of Ecuador

H.E. Mr. Francesco Mussoni and HE Mr. Giacomo Simoncini,
Captains Regent of the Republic of San Marino

H.E. Mr. Rustami Emomali,
Head of the Upper Chamber of the Parliament of Tajikistan

H.E. Mrs. Agata Kornhauser-Duda,
 First Lady of the Republic of Poland

H.E. Mr. José Manuel Albares,
 Minister of Foreign Affairs, European Union and
Cooperation, Spain

H.E. Dr. Tandi Dorji,
 Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bhutan

H.E. Ms. Han Jeong Ae,
Minister of Environment, Republic of Korea

H.E. Ms. Anita Muižniece,
 Minister of Education and Science, Latvia

HRH Prince Zain El-Hashemite, Founder of Y 4 X Global Movement for Equality in Science, and
Founder of Value Veda International Initiative for Science Education

Prof. Wanda Díaz-Merced,
a Puerto Rican Blind Professor of Astrophysics, Senior Scientist,
European Gravitational Observatory in Pisa-Ital
y
 

High Level Panel on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
The Human Rights based approach

 
Leaving no one behind is the bedrock of the 2030 Agenda, the internationally agreed collective approach to bring the world closer to the principles of prosperity, equality and sharing enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and human rights treaties.

The human rights-based approach is the UN framework for human development. RASIT and Cansu Global translate this approach into Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI), three complementary elements in ensuring that no one is left behind. Equity refers to fairness and justice in the way people are treated so that they all get equal opportunity to live healthy and productive lives. Diversity acknowledges development measures will affect people from different genders, socio-cultural, ethnic, and religious backgrounds differently. Inclusion refers to the right to participate, irrespective of social status, affiliation, or gender. An EDI lens on development can provide different groups in society with the means and tools that give them equal opportunity in life, allowing and empowering them to participate on an equal footing in development interventions that concern them.

 Statements from leading entities in the field will address the need or necessity of equity, diversity and inclusion to achieve sustainable socio-economic development that leaves no one behind.

Opening Remarks

H.E. Mr. Tijjani Muhammad Bande,
 Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Nigeria to the
United Nations, President of the 74
th Session of the UN General Assembly
 

Conversation 1
Women in Science and Society: Bridging Voices to Action
 

“[…] to find sustainable solutions for the water problems worldwide, we must consider
understanding the cultural dimension and social aspects of water and recognize its fundamental role
in society’s life, prosperity and development.”
--- The late, HRH Prince Mohammad bin King Faisal (I)
El-Hashemite, 1986


 The first Women Water Forum of the Water for Sustainable Development Action Decade, co-organized by RASIT in 2018 in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, revealed that women scientists are underrepresented in the water and development domain. Another important conclusion of the Forum was that in order to achieve equitable and sustainable socio-economic development, there is a need for problem-oriented and transdisciplinary research, which connects academic, public and private spaces.

 This Conversation brings together renowned female scientists and experts from different disciplines, viewing water challenges from their respective angles and defining synergies and complementarities for holistic water for sustainable development solutions that face the contemporary challenges.

 “Women in Science for Water and Society” in particular examines the issues of water from a social sciences lens. It will explore:

• Culture and relevant fields of social sciences into water strategies, including management and sustainable solutions;

• Cooperation between local knowledge holders & scientists in finding sustainable solutions to water related problems;

• Cultural dialogue to developing educational & capacity building methods; and,

• Solution-oriented water governance that takes into account all facets of cultural diversity.

Moderator

Drs. Alice Bouman-Dentener,

Co-Founder of Cansu Global, RASIT

Welcome Remarks
H.E. Mr. Jonibek Hikmat, Ambassador and
 Permanent Representative of Tajikistan to the United
Nations

Opening Statements

H.E. Dr. Helena Dalli,
 European Union Commissioner for Equality

H.E. Ms. Nada Al-Nashif,
United Nations Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights

Ms. Marcelline Kayitesi, Director General in Charge of Water & Sanitation at the Ministry of Infrastructure, Rwanda

Ms. Shamila Nair-Bedouelle,
Assistant Director-General for Natural Sciences, UNESCO

Scene setter: Short illustrative videos picturing challenges and solutions from different scientific angles


Ms. Olivia Cohn,
 coordinator of One Billion Voices Campaign,
Girls in Science 4 SDGs International
Platform, USA (interspersed with videos from scientists)

Prof. Nataša Zabukovec Logar,
Head of the Department of Inorganic Chemistry and Technology,
National Institute of Chemistry, Researcher in the field of Wastewater Management, Slovenia

Dr. Barbara Janusz-Pawletta,
Vice-Rector International Cooperation and Public Relations,
Kazakh-German University, UNESCO Chair holder in Water Management in Central Asia


Ms. Dorota Serafin,
Executive Director, Polish Humanitarian Action, Poland
 

 
A conversation with distinguished representatives

Ms. Catarina de Albuquerque,
 CEO Sanitation and Water for All, First Special Rapporteur on
the Human Rights to Water and Sanitation, Portugal


Dr. Ma. Josefina P. Abilay, Regional Director DOST-MIMAROPA Regional Office. DOSTMIMAROPA Regional Office, Department of Science and Technology, the Philippines

Ms. Yvetta Veliskova,
Director of the Institute of Hydrology of the Slovak Academy of Science,Slovakia

Dr. Dorit Matmon,
 Senior Hydrogeologist at Ecolog Engineering, Israel

Prof. Juliet Willetts,
Research Director Institute for Sustainable Futures, University ofTechnology Sydney, Australia

Dr. Silvia Rafaelli,
 Head of Office, Litoral Regional Centre, National Water Institute (INA)
 of Argentina

Prof. Eun Mie Lim,
Graduate School of International Studies, Ewha Womans
University, Republic of Korea

Prof. Andrea Ballestero, Department of Anthropology, University of Southern California, USA

Closing Remarks

Drs. Alice Bouman-Dentener, Co-Founder of Cansu Global, RASIT

 

Coversation 2
Reviving Peace Through Science-Based Water Diplomacy

 

“Fierce competition for fresh water may well become a source of conflict
 and wars in the future.”
-Kofi Anan, 2001

Water crises can shake societies, destroy livelihoods, and threaten prosperity for decades. They can also be the spark that sets aflame a powder keg of social and political issues, resulting in violent conflict. Peace is not just the absence of conflict. It is also the ability to handle potential conflict by peaceful means, such as effective risk-reduction strategies for water scarcity and crisis. This Panel will address water crises as a threat to stability. Scientists, government representatives, water experts, and multiple stakeholders will discuss effective pathways of water diplomacy in the context of the longer-term impacts from climate change, growing populations, and continued digitalization and construction development.

This Conversation will discuss:
How can science inform policy and practice?
• Building capacity in water science diplomacy

 
• Supporting mediation in water disputes
• Preventive diplomacy and transboundary water resources management
• Identification of conditions and proposal of tools to put Science, Technology, and Innovation at the heart of water diplomacy.

Moderator Welcome Remarks

H.E. Ms. Alya Al-Thani,
Permanent Representative of the State of Qatar to the United Nations

Opening Statements

H.E. Prof. Ameenah Gurib-Fakim,
 6th President of the Republic of Mauritius

Prof. Farouk El-Baz,
Space and Geology Scientist, Leading geologist in Apollo Mission – NASA,
Director of Remote Sensing Center, Boston University

 Scene setter: Short illustrative videos picturing challenges and solutions from different scientific angles


Ms. Yuling Li,
 Coordinator of the Chinese Section, Girls in Science 4 SDGs International Platform,
China (interspersed with the videos from the scientists)

Dr. Corinne Schuster-Wallace,
Global Institute for Water Security, Canada

Prof. Dr. Aysen Erdincler,
Head of the Department of Environmental Protection and
Development, Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality, Turkey

 A conversation with distinguished representatives

Ms. Lyndsay Howard,
Senior Analyst for Foreign Policy, Bloomberg LP, USA

Dr. Lara Karam Boustany,
Rector, Université La Sagesse, Lebanon

Dr. Naho Mirumachi,
 Reader in Environmental Politics, Kings College London, UK

Dr. Mary Khimulu,
Chairperson of Kenya Water Sector Trust Fund Board of Directors, Kenya

Dr. Marta Domènech,
Responsible for Sustainability, Water and Climate Change at the Andorra,
Research and Innovation Agency, Andorra

Ms. Vasso Tsiaoussi,
Greek Biotope/Wetland Center (EKBY), Greece
Prof. Susanne Schmeier, IHE Delft Institute for Water Education, the Netherlands

 
Closing Remarks

Co-Moderator:

H.E. Mr. Boštjan Malovrh, Ambassador
and Permanent Representative of Slovenia to the United Nations

12.20 – 12.30: (US-EST

Cansu Global Media Room
Moving the Water Conversation Forward

 
Water, Sanitation, Hygiene, and Ocean issues are at the core of sustainable development as they are closely linked to several key global challenges such as energy, food security, health, biodiversity, climate change, among others. Creating awareness and earning commitment from decision-makers and the public for these issues is vital if we are to influence policies and practices that affect the lives of millions – particularly the disadvantaged.

Media play an important role in conveying information and knowledge, which contribute to educating and sensitizing policymakers and the public.

 The Media Room will be open to journalists to talk to women and experts in water-related sciences, as well as UN officials, Member State representatives and advocates for SDG6, highlighting their role in achieving SDG6 and its nexus.


Moderator Welcome Remarks

H.E. Mrs. Vanessa Frazier,
Ambassador and Permanent Representative of
the Republic of Malta to the United Nations
 
A conversation with distinguished representatives

H
.E. Prof. Ameenah Gurib-Fakim,
6th President of the Republic of Mauritius

Mr. Chris Gaunt OBE
,
Chairman, The British Chamber of Commerce in Turkey

Mr. J. Carl Ganter,
Co-Founder and Director, Circle of Blue, USA

Dr. Laura Veronica Imburgia,
Senior Programme Officer at the World Water Assessment
Programme, UNESCO

Mr. Idar Kreutzer,
CEO Finance Norway

Engr. Lorvi B. Pagorogon,
Director of the Science High-School, the Philippines

Dr. Monika Kędra,
Global Young Academy, Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences,Poland

Prof. Farouk El-Baz,
Space and Geology Scientist, Leading geologist in Apollo Mission – NASA,
Director of Remote Sensing Center, Boston University

Ms. Christelle Kwizera,
Founder and Managing Director at Water Access, Rwanda

Ms. Anda Ikauniece,
Director of the Department of Marine Monitoring and Senior Researcher,
Latvian Institute of Aquatic Ecology, Latvia

Prof. Wanda Díaz-Merced,
 a Puerto Rican Blind Professor of Astrophysics, Senior Scientist,
European Gravitational Observatory in Pisa-Italy

Ms. Olivia Cohn,
13 years-old Girl in Science, Coordinator of One Billion Voices Campaign,
Girls in Science 4 SDGs International Platform, USA


Closing Remarks

H.E. Mrs. Vanessa Frazier,
Ambassador and Permanent Representative of
 the Republic of Malta to theUnited Nations

13.20 – 13.30

High Level Panel on Investing in Water for Sustainable Development

Water is life and a key enabler for social and economic development. Fresh water is a vulnerable and increasingly scarce and uncertain resource.

 Investing in water for socio-economic development is not only a prerequisite for achieving the transition to equitable and sustainable development, but it will also create multiple wins across the board for human health and well-being as well as the integrity of
the Earth’s vital ecosystems.


 
Opening Remarks

H.E. Mr. Jukka Salovaara,
Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Finland
to the United Nations

Conversation 1
Re-Shaping Water Economics for
Inclusive Green Growth
 

Water yields benefits and goods as a renewable natural resource. Its underpinning of economic activity is not factored adequately into conventional economics. Currently, natural resources are being exploited beyond safe planetary limits. Contemporary economic planning needs to integrate the value of natural capital into calculations of value. If this is not done, the risks presented by water scarcity, water pollution and the disruption of the water cycle will increasingly manifest themselves through declining economic production and upsetting of the social order.

Strategic investments in the water sector have the capacity to unlock the economic potential of entire regions, improve livelihoods and boost public health. If the SDG 6 framework were to function as a decision support tool, guiding scarce resources towards priority areas of need, this would enhance its functionality and enhance its adoption and use not only at national level but also at subnational level.

This Conversation will address the following issues:

• What role does water and its nexus have in national economic plans?

• How is STI factored into water economics?

• How are water investments envisaged to facilitate inclusive green growth?

• What reforms are necessary to ensure that water is or remains available, accessible, and affordable for all?

• Recommendations on re-shaping water economics to achieve sustainable, equitable and inclusive green growth.

 Moderator Welcome Remarks

H.E. Mr. Francisco Duarte Lopes,
Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Portugal
 to the United
Nations

 Opening Statements

H.E. Ms. Josefa Leonel Correia Sacko,
Commissioner for Agriculture, Rural Development, Blue
Economy, and Sustainable Environment (ARBE), African Union

H.E. Ms. Teresa Ribera,
Vice-President and Minister for the Ecological Transition and the
Demographic Challenge, Spain

 
 
H.E. Mr. Owen Bonnici,
Minister of the Republic of Malta for Equality, Research and Innovation

H.E. Ms. Isabelle Durant,
Deputy Secretary-General, UNCTAD


Scene setter: Short videos picturing Water Economics from different Girls in Science views

Ms. Meghna Badami,
Science Advocate, Girls in Science 4 SDGs International Platform, India
(interspersed with videos from scientists)

Ms. Katja Sreš,
a Girl advocate, the Children's campaign "Plastic Pirates",
Project of the EU TrioPresidency of (DE, PT, SI), Slovenia

Ms. Alma Nordenstam,
Peer-mentor, Girls in Science 4 SDGs International Platform, Sweden

Ms. Victoria Ballesteros-Gonzalez
,
 coordinator of the Spanish Section, Girls in Science 4 SDGs

International Platform, Spain
A conversation with distinguished representatives

Ms. Kathleen Dominique,
Program Lead Financing Water, OECD

Mr. Sulton Rahimzoda,
Chair of the Executive Committee of the International Fund
 for the Aral
Sea, Tajikistan

Mr. Abderrahman Mahboub,
Director of the Loukous Hydraulic Basin Agency, at the
Directorate General of Water, Morocco

Mr. Jaime Melo Baptista,
President of the Board, Lisbon International Centre for Water,
Portugal

Ms. Soledad García Muñoz,
 Special Rapporteur on Economic, Social, Cultural and
Environmental Rights at the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, Argentina

Dr. Najat Saliba,
Professor of Analytical Chemistry, American University of Beirut, Lebanon

 
Closing Remarks

H.E. Mr. Milenko Esteban Skoknic Tapia,
Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Chile to the
United Nations

Conversation 2
Financing Innovative Science and
 Green Technology- Based
Water Solutions and Programs

 

There is no functioning of the economy without water. Water flows from the fields where materials grow, through the complex supply chains and manufacturing facilities, all the way to corporate headquarters. Innovative technologies and support to innovation is essential in the transition towards a more sustainable inclusive and fair green growth. This would be in line with the Glasgow Declaration on the Fair WaterFootprint. In this sense appropriate technologies that transform resource management can help the business sector to significantly reduce its water footprint.

 

This Conversation will deal with the financing of innovative technologies and approaches:

• How to address financing challenges for science-based water solutions for sustainabledevelopment?

• Science-based Water Solutions and Programs for Impact Investment.

• Merging sustainable innovative solutions to existing water projects
and programs.

• Innovation or business as usual: how to strike the Balance?

• How Development Funds balance between innovative solutions and existing knowledge?

Moderator Welcome Remarks

Ms. Josefina Maestu,
Water Economics Expert, Water Advisor of the Secretary of State for the
Environment, Spain

Opening Statements

H.E. Mr. Gilbert F. Houngbo,
 Chair of UN-Water, President of the International Fund for
Agricultural Development

H.E. Mr. Bakhtiyor Ibragimov,
Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Uzbekistan to the
United Nations

H.E. Mr. Roderick Planta,
 Assistant Secretary of the National Economic and Development
Authority of the Philippines

Ms. Mirjana Spoljaric Egger
,
Assistant Administrator and Director of the Regional Bureau for
Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States, United Nations
Development Fund (UNDP)

 Scene setter: Short illustrative videos picturing challenges and solutions from different scientific angles

Ms. Huaxuan Chen,
Founding Team Member and Peer Mentor, Girls in Science 4 SDGs InternationalPlatform, Canada (interspersed with videos from scientists)

Ms. Betty Soto Terrazas,
Specialist in Community Water and Sanitation Management, Bolivia

Ms. Alenka Zalaznik, Limnos,
Company for Applied Ecology, Slovenia

Ms. Alexandra Serra,
CEO at AdP-Valor and COO at AdP International, Portugal

Prof. D.Sc. Eng. Arch. Anna Januchta-Szostak,
 Researcher and Academic at the Faculty of
Architecture at Poznan University of Technology, Polan

 
A conversation with distinguished representatives
Mr. Idar Kreutzer,
CEO Finance Norway
 

Ms. Neeta Pokhrel,
Chief of Water Sector Group, Sustainable Development and Climate ChangeDepartment of the Asian Development Bank

Mr. Helmy
Eltoukhy
 
CEO Guardant Health, USA

Ms. Ebru Dildar Edin,
Executive Vice President, Garanti Bank, Turkey

Mr. Diogo Faria de Oliveira,
Secretary-General, WISE PPP UNECE International Specialist
Centre of Excellence in PPP for Water & Sanitation, Portugal

Ms. Linda Mežule, Dr.Sc.ing;
Associate Professor of the Department of Water Engineering and
Technology, Riga Technical University, Latvia

Dr. Alison Baker,
 Fund Manager, Water for Women Fund, Australia

Prof. Ms. Choi Kyung-Sook,
 Commissioner of National Water Management Committee and
Professor at Kyungbook National University, Republic of Korea

Closing Remarks

H.E. Mrs. Elisenda Vives Balmaña,
Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the Principality of
Andorra to the United Nations
16:05 - 18:00 (USA-EST)

Closing Ceremony
Women and Girls in Science for Water
Celebrating the 7th Anniversary
of #February 11 Global Movement

 

The Royal Academy of Science International Trust (RASIT), co-organizing and co-sponsoring UN Member States, departments and agencies are celebrating the 7th anniversary of the #February11 Global Movement through a high-level panel celebrating women and girls in science for SDG6.

 Statements will promote the sharing of best practices, strategies, and applied solutions, addressing the SDG6 challenges and opportunities while leaving no one behind.

Moderator Welcome Remarks

H.E. Ms. Amal Mudallali,
 Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Lebanon to the United Nations

Opening Statements

H.E. Mr. Abdulla Shahid,
President of the 76
th session of the United Nations General Assembly

H.E. Ms. Sima Bahous, Executive Director, UN-Women

Conversation with representatives
 of Women and Girls in Science

The Women in Science for SDG6 and its nexus
 
Ms. Solvita Strāķe,
Dr. biol; Latvian Institute of Aquatic Ecology, Senior Researcher of the
Department of Marine Monitoring, Latvia

Ms. Filipa Bessa,
 PdD and Researcher on Coastal Systems and Oceans at the University of
Coimbra, Portugal

Dr. Maggie Kossida,
Water Resources Engineer, Director at SEVEN Engineering Consultants,
Greece

Ms. Andreja Sušnik,
 Drought Management Centre for Southeastern Europe, Slovenia

Dr. Liu Xiaoyan,
Research Assistant, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS),
Japan

Women in Science: Building Capacity for Sustainability

Dr. Corinne Schuster-Wallace,
Global Institute for Water Security
, Canada

Dr. Barbara Janusz-Pawletta,
 Vice-Rector International Cooperation and PR, Kazakh-German
University, UNESCO Chair holder in Water Management in Central Asia

Prof. Dr. Khin NiNi Thein,
Initiator of Myanmar Water Think Tank, Country Chair of
EcoCivilization, Myanmar

H.E. Ambassador Attallah Shabazz, eldest daughter of Malcolm X, Diplomat and Chief Strategist,
Lecturer and Philanthropist, USA

Women in Science for Space

Dr. Tahani Amer,
Program Executive at Earth Science Division of Science Mission Directorate,
NASA

Ms. Dana Bolles,
Mission: AstroAccess

Women for Science Education

Ms. Berthy Buah,
Regional STEM Coordinator, Ghana Education Service, Ghana

Ms. Joanne Kirkland,
STEM Leader, Computer Science Teacher, The Howard of Effingham,United Kingdom

Women Blind Scientists “Writing Science in Braille”: Leaving no one behind

Dr. Mona Minkara,
Assistant Professor of Bioengineering at Northeastern University, Director ofRASIT “Writing Science in Braille” Program

Dr. Naheda Sahtout,
Office of the Chief Science Operating Officer, Canadian Food Inspection
Agency, Canada

Women in Science Entrepreneur

Ms. Reema Khan,
CEO & Chairman, Green Sands Equity, USA

Dr. Maky Zanganeh,
Founder and CEO, Zanganeh and Associates, USA

Dr. Susan Windham-Bannister,
 CEO of Biomedical Growth Strategies, USA

Women in Science for Open Access

Ms. Polona Safaric Tepes
, PhD Candidate, Slovenia

The Voice of Women in Science
in the International Community

Dr. Chantal Line Carpentier,
Chief of UNCTAD New York
Dr. Ola Zahran, Head of WIPO Office New York

Ms. Nina Kickinger,
 Associate Information Systems Officer, United Nations Office for Outer
Space Affairs (UNOOSA)

Global South Women in Science

Dr.
Humayra Bashir,
Researcher, International Health and Tropical Medicine, University of
Oxford, Nigeria

Ms. Stephanie Ajwan’g Okeyo, Under the Microscope (UTM), Kenya

The Voice of Girls in Science
 4 SDGs International Platform


Ms. Hoda Kanso,
Coordinator of the Girls in Science 4 SDGs International Platform, Lebanon

Ms. Victoria Ballesteros-Gonzalez
,
Coordinator of the Spanish Section, Girls in Science 4 SDGs
International Platform, Spain

Ms. Rebecca Jekogian,
 Advocate for Value Veda Campaign, Girls in Science 4 SDGs
International Platform, USA

Ms. Huaxuan Chen,
Founding Team Member and Peer Mentor, Girls in Science 4 SDGs
International Platform, Canada

Ms. Meghna Badami,
Science Advocate, Girls in Science 4 SDGs International Platform, India

Ms. Yuling Li,
Coordinator of the Chinese Section, Girls in Science 4 SDGs International
Platform, China

Ms. Le, Anh P.,
International Student, Medical Imaging Science, Felician University,
Viet Nam

Ms. Meizzy Shantall Wanson,
International Student, Nursing School, Felician University, the
Philippines


Launch of CANSU SITE
and endorsement of Outcome Document


HRH Princess Dr. Nisreen El-Hashemite,
Executive Director, Royal Academy of Science International Trust

Closing Statements

H.E. Mr. Abdulla Shahid,
President of the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly

HRH Princess Dr. Nisreen El-Hashemite,
Executive Director, Royal Academy of Science International Trust


 

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