INVITATION| Updated: You are cordially invited to the following event:
In commemoration of the International Mother Language Day 2020 (21 February)
Bright Future Project, NY Ataturk School & Short Presentations
DATE: ON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19 TIME: 12:30PM – 3:30PM | [Light] LUNCH: 12:30 – 1:20PM. PROGRAM: 1:30 – 3:30PM VENUE: The Salvation Army International Social Justice Commission ADRESS: 221 E 52nd St, New York, NY 10022 (3rd Avenue on 52nd Street) LANGUAGE: Bilingual – English & Turkish
Ululararası Ana Dili Günü 2020 Kutlaması Dolayısıyla #IMLD Bright Future Project, NY Atatürk Okulu ve Kısa Sunumlar
Düzenleyen: The Light Millennium – A Charitable Global Human Advancement Organization | LM Associated with the United Nations Department of Global Communications | UN-DGC Web siteleri:www.lightmillennium.org | www.turkishlibrary.us ➤ LCV: Katılımınız için lütfen 18 Şubat Salı gününe kadar EVENT(at)lightmillennium.org (‘millennium’ çift LL ve çift NN ile) adresimize e-posta gönderiniz. Tel: 1-718-441-3816 (lütfen mesaj bırakınız.)
Keynote Speech by Professor Victor Lawrence on the 150th Birthday celebration of Mohandas Gandhi in New York City on October 1st 2019 during the 74th Session of the United Nations. “ICT is having a profound impact on the way we live, work, learn and entertain our selves. It is helping all parts of our communities and improving all sectors of the world economy. It is changing the world.” – Professor Victor Lawrence
It is an honor for me to be present here with you in the magnificent premises of Salvation Army in New York to celebrate 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. This is indeed a very special occasion as we mark the culmination of a year long celebration of Gandhiji’s 150th Birth Anniversary.
Opening Remarks by Hon. Shatrughna SINHA, Deputy Consul General of India in New York
“I pledge to be a global citizen and help bring PEACE for one and all:
By treating all children with love, hope, and kindness;
By respecting and helping others every day; and
By thinking about how I can work with others to bring positive change in my home, neighborhood, workplace, community, and the world at large with help from the Early Childhood Peace Consortiumhttps://ecdpeace.org/.”
On Tuesday, October 1, 2019, The Light Millennium, along with the Consulate General of India in New York, Shanti Fund, and Anuvrat (Anuvibha) Global Organization, led and hosted a program in reflection of Mahatma Gandhi’s 150th birthday and on the occasion of the International Day of Non-Violence on October 2.
At the Salvation Army International Social Justice Commission, individuals of various backgrounds came together to celebrate the work of Gandhi and to speak of the man’s methods of non-violence and how it can relate to today’s world.
“In a Gentle Way You Can Shake the World” was deliberately chosen as a sub-title. It refers to his historical backdrop along with Gandhi’s belief in humanity at large, which applies even very much in present and future times to achieve global sustainable culture of peace in a “Gentle Way” yet “can shake the world” and change in a positive direction. 150 years have passed since his birth and 61 years since his assassination, yet world’s conditions, conflicts and wars are much harsher and tragic now than Gandhi’s lifetime or 20th century at large. Gandhi believed in inner peace, global peace and unity for all.
ACİL MEDYA BÜLTENİ | Pdf “Şiirleriyle New York’ta Attila İlhan ” adıyla 1 Mart 2019 tarihinde, Dünya Şiir Günü çerçevesinde, The Light Millennium organizasyonunda sunmuş olduğumuz etkinliğe gösterilmiş olan yoğun ilginin sonucu, “The Light Millennium Television- LMTV”, aynı içerik ve başlıkta LMTV için bir stüdyo çekimini de 22 Mart 2019 tarihinde gerçekleştirmişti.
The Light Millennium, Consulate General of India in New York, Shanti Fund and Anuvrat Global Organization (Anuvibha) take immense pleasure to invite you on the eve of Mahatma Gandhi’s 150 birth anniversary.