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Steadman Blake

I had written multiple articles on the child migrant crisis and domestic abuse and race and criminal justice in America.

I find myself Interning for the United Nations Associations. Their goals are to help and support those in need and create prosperity on a global scale.
In my work for United Nations Associations, I have educated myself on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The work I’ve done is on the Child Migrant crisis in the United States + Mexico Border. There were 557 migrant children in the New York State residential homes.

I researched and did paperwork on the shelters housing children sent from the U.S. and Mexico border to New York.
I had written articles on migrants’ children sent to shelters and residential homes in the State of New York.

I have attended multitude of events hosted by the United Nations, and I have spoken to delegates, and I’ve talked to ambassadors. 

I am amazed at how far I’ve come.
Although this is one of my greatest achievements and accomplishments.

My work at Public-Private Alliance Foundation:

Since I have been working and interning for the United Nations Associations and Public-Private Alliance Foundation, I have learned a lot in a year. Working with two agencies that aligns themselves with the United Nations goals of human progress is a great benefit.
For Public-Private Alliance Foundation, I served as the Youth Associate to the United Nations through the Department of Economic and Social Affairs. 


I also serve as program assistant. The objectives I do are create videos for commercial use and enhance photos and edited videos.
I also help upload enhance photos and videos on Public-Private Alliance Foundation website | http://www.ppafoundation.org/


I Participated at the United Nations High-Level Exhibit on July 7th to the 18th of 2018 and July 9th to 18th 2019, helping to Promote Public-Private Alliance Foundation to Delegates and Ambassadors.  
I also got involved in the High-Level Political Forums display:
• Benefit for Haiti
• UN DPI/NGO 57th Annual Conference – Panel on “Education is a Human Right.”  
• Criminal Justice reforms in the United States
• The child migrant crisis between the US and Mexico borders
• Enhancing and promoting women and girls rights
 • Combating right-wing news and right-wing insurgents


I had written multiple articles on these events and others, and I am writing more as I am continuing my work for the United Nations Associations and Public-Private Alliance Foundation. 

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Interning for United Nations Association of the USA Southern NY State Division I’ve gotten a lot of experience and an understand on how the United Nation Policy works.
This discussion at the United Nation RM 4, was on Girls rights & Safety & rights to an education.

1° Girls who lives in 3rd world countries needs to have better access to education.
• Education is beneficial because it keeps girls cognitive function high & they are able to think out of the social Norm.

2° Girls need to be protected when they leave out there house to head to school or Vice-Versa.
• It was recommended that these girls should have access to bikes. It has proven in regional area’s in India to increase the safety of young girls.

Members of the United Nations gave out fixable bikes for young girls living in regional area’s in India. It has proven to benefits girls safety to ride their bikes to school. It was reported by India’s Police a major drop of girls reporting being stalked & harass. This is do to girls having access to bikes & able to escape when they feel threatened.

3° Education also play a huge role in the development of the mind of a child. Education increase a child thinking capacity & it helps them to think outside the social norm. It also increase the cognitive function. Education is beneficial for community these girls live in. It can help impact society.

Without these young girls around the world will not know their capacity to do great things.

February, 22, 2019

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