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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.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended the Cyber Security 2015 Event at the Irish Consulate.  The Event detailed: Cloud Security
Outlook for 2015 - 2014 year in review & what's in store for the future?  It was organized and sponsored by: The Cloud Security
Alliance New York Metro, in association with VigTrust, hosted a panel discussion looking back over the last year and providing
predictions for the future of the cloud computing and security industries.  The executive panel members discussed key events that
had occurred and their impacts on our security posture.

The Event was attended by: Inter-Governmental, Security, IT, Healthcare Practitioner and several other professionals community.

Dr. Anurita Kapur a Board Member of UNA-USA-UNF and an Advisory Board Member of GBI, she was invited to and attended an HBO
Movie Screening: A SCREENING OF "TALES FROM THE ORGAN TRADE" in December, 2014 at the Dolby Theaters in Manhattan,
New York.  Gave awareness to the crimes of organ trafficking in the world and the role of the INTERPOL and International
Prosecutors in combatting this crime.  Followed by an Expert Panel Discussions on how to prevent organ trafficking and several
solutions to the increasing crimes related to it?  The Event was hosted by UNA-USA-UNF and GBI.  

The Presenters were:
Bruce Elliot Gelb M.D., F.A.C.S is an Assistant Professor at NYU Langone Medical Center, School of Medicine and Director of Renal
Transplantation, Department of Transplant Surgery. His specialty is kidney and liver transplantation, laparoscopic donor and
hepatobiliary surgery.  He has a vested interest in ethics of transplantation including ethical issues in living organ donation and has
published extensively on the topic.

Dr. Anurita Kapur was invited to and participated in a conference with an In-depth Discussion on the Ebola Crisis
While progress has been made, there is a long way to go to control he world's largest and most deadly Ebola epidemic. One of the
most urgent needs in this crisis is for experienced and properly trained medical personnel.  Dr. Kapur joined the conversation with
Dr. David H. Peters of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, who recently returned from Liberia where he provided
on-the-ground public health assistance. Dr. Peters provided a unique look at the challenges of the outbreak and reasons for hope in
the future.

About our speaker:

David H. Peters, MD, MPH, DrPH, is Professor and Chair of the Department of International Health and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of
Public Health. He is a specialist in international health systems who has worked as a researcher, policy advisor, educator, bureaucrat, manager,
and clinician in developing countries over the last two decades. He previously worked as a Senior Public Health Specialist at the World Bank,
and as the Director of the Health Systems Program at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. He is Research Director for the Future
Health Systems research consortium, which is working to improve access, affordability and quality of health services for the poor, with field
sites in five countries in Africa and Asia. His teaching and research focus on the performance of health systems, poverty and health systems,
innovations in organization, technology, and financing of health systems, the role of the private sector, human resource management, and ways
to use donor assistance to strengthen local capacity in low-income countries, pioneering the development of Sector Wide Approaches (SWAps)
in health and creating the first national Balanced Scorecard to assess and manage health services (in Afghanistan).

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended A Panel Discussion Commemorating International Peace Week at
Fairleigh Dickinson University Metro Campus, Teaneck, NJ in December, 2014
Women and Children: Victims of War — Agents of Peace
Dr.  Pablo Castillo-Díaz,  Policy Specialist for Protection and Security,  UN Women
Dr. David Rosen,  Professor of Anthropology, Fairleigh Dickinson University
Grace Akallo, Executive Director, United Africans for Women and Children's Rights

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and will be Joining: Ethel Kennedy, Kerry Kennedy, Philip W. Johnston, Marvin S. Rosen, Robert F. Smith,
Jeffrey A. Sachs, Marc Spilker, Robert Wolf, and Friends for the Annual Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights
RIPPLE OF HOPE AWARDS DINNER on December, 2014 at the New York Hilton in Manhattan, New York.

Presentation of the Robert F. Kennedy Ripple of Hope Award to:
THE HONORABLE HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON
TONY BENNETT
ROBERT DE NIRO
DONATO TRAMUTO

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended in February, 2015 - Rededication of the Golden Rule Mosaic at UN Headquarters.

Following the major renovation of the UN Secretariat and a restoration of the famous Golden Rule Mosaic, a re-dedication was
sponsored by the Permanent Mission of the United States to the UN.  This special occasion celebrated the Mosaic, which has become
a world symbol of diversity, inclusion and understanding, a true depiction of humanity together. This event took place during the U.N.
Week of Interfaith Harmony.  The mosaic is a rendition of the famous Norman Rockwell painting and was a gift of the U.S. It was first
mounted in the U.N. headquarters in 1985.  Several ambassadorial missions members and other officials of the U.N. attended. It was
followed by a reception at the Church Center.

Dr. Anurita Kapur was invited to and attended an Event:  Come Experience our unique and digital approach to combating trafficking.  
Hosted by ECPAT-USA, its mission is to create a world in which no child is bought, sold, or used for sex.  This invitation was to a
special event in NYC on January, 2015 for National Human Trafficking Awareness Month!

Dr. Anurita Kapur was invited to and attended an Event:  A Living Memorial to the Holocaust held in January, 2015 at the Museum of
Jewish Heritage in Manhattan, New York

DISCUSSION

Ebola and Ethics: The Issues Raised by the Epidemic
Brooke Gladstone, host of NPR's newsmagazine On the Media; Dr. Joseph J. Fins, the E. William Davis, Jr. M.D. Professor of Medical
Ethics and Chief of the Division of Medical Ethics at Weill Cornell Medical College; Professor Lawrence Gostin, the Founding Linda D.
and Timothy I. O'Neill Professor of Global Health Law at Georgetown Law School; Reverend Jack Amick, Assistant General Secretary
for International Disaster Response at the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR). Moderated by C. David Goldman, Chair,
FASPE Steering Committee.
A panel of experts discusses how doctors, journalists, lawyers, and the clergy have been challenged to question their responses to
this disease.
The Attendees were:  Professionals for various fields including medical doctors.

Dr. Anurita Kapur was invited to and attended an Event:  Councilman Daniel Dromm - Spiritual United Nations (SUN)
Honored by The Council of The City of New York at the 3rd International Interfaith Rehmatul-lil-Alameen “Peace and blessing for All
Day Conference" at Diversity Plaza New York to be recognized as an Ambassador of Interfaith for the pledge and dedication to the
Interfaith Diplomacy Initiative authored by Mr. Agha Muhammad Saleh founder SUKHI New York presented on 2nd International
Interfaith Rehmatul-lil-Alameen “Peace and blessing for All” Day Conference at Diversity Plaza New York held on January 25 2014.
This was adopted by the State of New York Legislative Resolution in State Senate on March 13, 2014 Senate No. 3913 was sponsored
by Senator Stavisky. An was honored by the New York State Senate for my Commitment to Peace and Diversity.

The speakers were: Muslim Religious Heads who recited religious holy verses.  Daniel Dromm, New York City Council Member,
Mr. Ali A. Mirza, Mr. Ricardo de Sena, Secretary General of Universal Peace Federation and many other dignitaries.
Dr. Anurita Kapur gave a speech on the occasion and wished a Happy Birthday to Prophet Muhammad.  Anurita was honored by
Ambassador Agha Saleh and Ambassador Tauqeer Ul Haq with a bouquet of flowers at the end of her speech.

Attendees were:  Several ethnic communities including Americans and Pakistani-Americans.
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Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended the Universal Children's Day Event at the United Nations Headquarters
in Manhattan, New York in November 11, 2014.  The Event was hosted by Ambassador Denis G. Antoine, the Permanent
Representative of Grenada to the United Nations.  Several International Ambassadors gave speeches including the Ambassador of
Grenada to the United Nations in New York.  The Moderator was: Dr. Mini Murthy.  Many children were given certificates of
Excellence Achievement Awards including this certificate was given to Dr. Mini Murthy's daughter Aishwarya Narasimha.

The Event was attended by: Inter-Governmental, Educational Heads & Organizations, International Ambassadors of Missions to the
United Nations,  Healthcare Practitioners and several other professionals community.
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Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended an event for a conversation and reception on UN Peacekeepers: Force for the Future
Innovation and Technology in Peacekeeping Ebola: UN Peacekeeping on the Frontlines Rights Upfront Initiative: Protection of
Civilians honoring and with special remarks by Edmund Mulet, Assistant Secretary-General, United Nations Peacekeeping Operations
moderated by, Peter Yeo, President, Better World Campaign, featuring Jackson Dougan, U.S. Youth Observer at the UN Youth
'Thank a Peacekeeper' Contest Winners.  Event was held in November, 2014.

This Event was sponsored by the Better World Campaign, UNA-USA-UNF and the United Nations Department of Peacekeeping
Operations.

The Better World Campaign (BWC), (UNA-USA-UNF), and United Nations Department of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO) are
honored to highlight the crucial work of UN peacekeepers serving in 17 missions around the world promoting global peace and
security.

Student representatives of UNA-USA's GenUN program presented Assistant Secretary-General Mulet with messages of thanks from
Americans recognizing the contributions of UN Peacekeepers to close out the annual Thank A Peacekeeper Campaign.

The Event was attended by: Inter-Governmental, Educational Heads & Organizations, International Ambassadors of Missions to the
United Nations,  Healthcare Practitioners and several other professionals community.

Edmund Mulet, Assistant Secretary-General at the United Nations:    Edmond Mulet is a Guatemalan diplomat. He is currently the Assistant
Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations at the United Nations. He was appointed to this position by the United Nations Secretary-
General Ban Ki-moon on 2 June 2011. Previously, he was the Special Representative of the Secretary-General and head of mission of
MINUSTAH, having assumed the functions of acting head of mission in the immediate aftermath of the 2010 Haiti earthquake, in which the
previous head of mission, Hédi Annabi of Tunisia, perished. Mulet served a previous term in this position between June 2006 and August 2007.

Immediately prior to taking up his current post, he was United Nations Assistant Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations. Prior to this,
he was Guatemala's ambassador to the European Union, the Kingdom of Belgium and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg where he represented
his country in the preparatory negotiations for free trade agreements between Latin America and the Caribbean and the European Union.

Mulet received his primary education in Guatemala City, Montreal, New York City and Bern. He studied law and social studies at Guatemala
City’s Universidad Mariano Galvez. He is a lawyer and notary public.  He is fluent in Spanish, English and French.  Mulet was first elected to
Congress in 1982. He was a candidate to the 1984 National Constituent Assembly, and was re-elected to Congress for the period 1986-1991. In
1990, he was re-elected for the period 1991-1996. During his years in Congress, he was involved in the Central American peace process, the
Esquipulas Accords, and the Guatemalan Peace negotiations. He was also a member of the Guatemalan-Belize Commission, first as a
representative of Congress and later as a delegate from the executive branch. In 1992 he became President of Congress.  In 1993, he was
appointed Ambassador to the United States

Sandi Arnold, UN Mission (UNMISS) Deputy Chief of Staff at the United Nations.  She was one of the six the INP officers at UNMISS
awarded the UN Peacekeeper Medal in South Sudan in 2013 by INTERPOL.  In Bosnia and Herzegovina medal parade, Ms. Arnold
presented medals to 24 Police Advisors serving in all 10 states of South Sudan by UNPOL.  
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Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended Rang Barse HOLI Event with her daugther Reeteka & her friends in New Brunswick, New
Jersey.  This Event was a ticketed event.  Message to the world that may the blessing and joys of colors fill everyone's lives.
Anurita her daughter Reeteka and her friends made comments for the HOLI Event and wished all the viewers and TV Asia a Happy
HOLI!!!
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Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended and participated at The Urban Justice Center in Manhattan, New York on
February 28, 2015.  Inmates had many concerns about the Justice System.  Anurita gave a speech at the Discussions &
gave several suggestions and recommendations to inmates for their betterment & What & How to fix the U.S. System to
make positive changes in the law?  
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NATIONAL GIRL CHILD DAY 2015 - GREETINGS FROM INDIA'S UNION CABINET MINISTER FOR WOMEN & CHILD DEVELOPMENT
(WCD) TO DR. ANURITA KAPUR
Shrimati Maneka Gandhi, India's Union Cabinet Minister for Women & Child Development sent a Happy National Girl Child Day 2015 -
Greetings to Dr. Anurita Kapur on January 24, 2015.
Dear Dr. Anurita Kapur,  
My special wishes to our girls, who are our precious resource and the nation-builders of tomorrow.  Every year we celebrate 24th
January as national Girl Child Day.  Though every day should be a Girl Child Day, on this occasion, we reaffirm our commitment to
provide her an enabling environment for all round development.

Our girls have done us proud in classrooms, in sports and other diverse fields. They have broken barriers and proved their worth in
every sphere, even in the voyage to Mars with the Mangalyaan initiative.

Today, we are proud that we are one of the fasted growing economies in the world.  But the paradox remains that the girl child is
denied the right to be born.  It is a matter of great concern that gender biased sex selection  is continuing in many part of our
country.  This is a violation of human rights and of the right to life guaranteed under our Constitution.

The discriminations against the girl child must be fought with all the resources at our command.  The Prime Minister launched Beti
Bachao Beti Padhao (BBBP) (Transalation: Save & educate a girl child) initiative on 22nd January, 2015 at Panipat, Haryana with a
clarion call to all of you to contribute towards the process of empowering our girls and fight against socio-cultural biases against
them.

As a responsible citizen of the country, each one of us has a duty towards building a fair, equitable and just environment for our
women and children.  We urge you to join the Beti Bachao Beti Padhao movement by celebrating the girl child and empowering her
with education.

Greetings,
Maneka Gandhi
JAI HIND

Shrimati Maneka Sanjay Gandhi is the Indian Union Cabinet Minister for Women & Child Development in the Government of Prime
Minister Narendra Modi. She is also an animal rights activist, environmentalist, and widow of the Indian politician, Sanjay Gandhi.

WORLD CANCER DAY 2015 OBSERVANCE - FROM INDIA'S MINISTERY OF HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARE TO DR. ANURITA KAPUR
Greetings to Dr. Anurita Kapur on February 4, 2015.
Indian Ministry of Health & Family Welfare

Dear Dr. Anurita Kapur,

February 4th is observed as World Cancer Day.  The fact that Cancer can be treated if it is diagnosed in time, may be spread as
widely as possible.

More than 200 different kinds of Cancer exist with different causes.  We have to be observant towards early warning signs, some of
which are given below:

•        Lump or swelling
•        A sore that doesn’t heal
•        Recent change in wart/mole
•        Unusual beleeding or discharge
•        Change in bladder or bowel habits
•        Nagging cough or hoarseness
•        Difficulty in swallowing or disturbed digestion
•        Unexplained weight loss

In case of appearance of any warning sign a qualified Doctor must be consulted as quickly as possible.

Let us all join hands to fight Cancer.

Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
Government of India

Swachch Bharat Swasth Bharat
(Clean India Healthy India)
Dr. Anurita Kapur & her daughter Reeteka
Dr. Anurita Kapur & Harkesh ji, Indian Community-person
Dr. Anurita Kapur & local community Indians.
Dr. Anurita Kapur & her daughter Reeteka's friend Sara from
Pakistan.
Dr. Anurita Kapur & Upendra Chivukula, he is a Democratic
politician who currently serves as a Commissioner on the New
Jersey Board of Public Utilities after serving more than 12 years
in the New Jersey General Assembly, where he had been the
Deputy Speaker.

Dr. Anurita Kapur is a Board Member of UNA-USA-UNF, she was invited to and attended the Commission of Status of Women
(CSW 59).  INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY 2015 Event:  Beijing in the U.S.: Progress and Priorities for Girls and Women in the United
States held at the Church Center in Manhattan, New York.

Speakers:
Ellen Chesler, Senior Fellow, Roosevelt Institute
Susan P. Olson, Senior Population Policy Officer, Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration, U.S. Department of State
Jean Sinzdak, Associate Director, Center for American Women and Politics

A HAPPY REPUBLIC DAY 2015 - GREETINGS FROM INDIA'S PRIME MINISTER TO DR. ANURITA KAPUR
Shri Narendra Modi, India's Prime Minister sent a Happy Republic Day 2015 - Greetings to Dr. Anurita Kapur on January 26, 2015.
Message:  TO BE PUBLISHED

A HAPPY NEW YEAR 2015 - GREETINGS FROM INDIA'S PRIME MINISTER TO DR. ANURITA KAPUR

Shri Narendra Modi, India's Prime Minister sent a Happy New Year 2015 - Greetings to Dr. Anurita Kapur on January 1, 2015.
Message:  Dear Dr. Anurita Kapur, I would like to wish you a wonderful 2015! I pray this year brings boundless happiness, peace &
prosperity in your lives.
Let us work shoulder to shoulder for the development of India and lets take India to newer heights of progress in this year.
Good wishes, once again, for 2015.
Greetings,
Narendra Modi
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Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended and participated at The Annual Members' Day - The UN at 70: A Year for Bold
Action  at the United Nations Headquarters in Manhattan, New York on February 20, 2015.

A day of dynamic and informative discussion on the most pressing issues facing the United Nations. Briefings from experts
on topics like climate change and human rights, and network with community leaders, academics and students, and
representatives from think tanks and like-minded organizations.  This was an all day conference at the UN.  Ban ki-Moon,
Secretary General met with all members and Dr. Anurita Kapur (see video & pictures of Mr. Ban ki-Moon & Anurita below).  
Mr. Moon announced and declared that UNA-USA-UNF Organization (which Dr. Anurita Kapur is a Board Member of) is the
largest & the only organization all around the world that is the strongest supporter of the U.N. and advocates for the United
Nations globally.  H.E. Ban ki-Moon thanked all the members for their full support to the United Nations.

Introductions and Welcome by Ms. Stillman, President & Co-Chair
Remarks by Mr. Whatley, Executive Director
Ban Ki-moon, Secretary General of the United Nations

Marching to Paris: The Road to a Climate Deal
Moderator: Jackson Dougan, U.S. Youth Observer to the UN

Panelists:
* H.E. Mr. Tomas Christensen, Senior Advisor for Partnerships, Executive Office of the Secretary General, United Nations
*
Timothy C. Weiskel, Research Director, Cambridge Climate Research Associates and faculty member, Harvard University

Participation in the Universal Periodic Review of Human Rights
(UPR) and the Convention to Eliminate All Forms of Racial Discrimination (CERD)

At Home and Abroad: Activism for Universal Human Rights
Panelists:
* Justine Lucas, US Country Director, Global Poverty Project
*
Daniel Seymour, Deputy Director of Programme, UN Women
*
Jessica Stern, Executive Director, International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission

*
David Nabarro, MD, UN Special Envoy on Ebola
From the MDGs to the SDGs: The Future of Global Health
Moderator: Dr. Mini Murthy, MD, MPH, MS, Associate Professor, New York Medical College
Panelists:
* Jo Ivey Boufford, MD, President, New York Academy of Medicine
*
Sherine Guirguis, Senior Communications Manager, UNICEF
*
Corinne Whitaker, DrPH, Independent Consultant, Girls’ and Women’s Health and Economic

Back to Iraq: The Rise of ISIL and the End of the Arab Spring
Moderator: Jeffrey D. Laurenti Board Chair, UNA Princeton/Trenton
Panelists:
* H.E. Mr. Sebastiano Cardi, Permanent Representative of Italy to the UN
* The
Honorable Maureen Quinn, Director of Program, International Peace Institute
*
H.E. Sabri Boukadoum, Permanent Representative of Algeria to the UN

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended the Synthesis report on the Post-2015 Development Agenda, General Assembly, 69th
Session, informal plenary.
Briefing by the Secretary-General on his synthesis report on the Post-2015 Development Agenda at the informal plenary meeting of
the General Assembly. A letter from the President of the General Assembly, dated 28 November 2014, was sent to all permanent
representatives and permanent observers.


The Event was attended by: Inter-Governmental, Educational Heads & Organizations, International Ambassadors of Missions to the
United Nations,  Healthcare Practitioners and several other professionals community.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) Special Meeting on Ebola: A
Threat to Sustainable Development on Friday, December, 2014 at the United Nations Headquarters in New York.

(i) Discussed in-depth the economic and social impact of Ebola on the affected countries, the region and the rest of the world, and
(ii) Identified solutions for a comprehensive and multi-sectoral response

The Special Meeting, chaired by the President of ECOSOC, brought together high-level representatives of Member States, the United
Nations system, the international organizations, civil society, health sector experts, academia and the private sector.  African Union
Commission (AUC), the World Bank, Open Society Foundation, Center for Global Development and Ebola Private Sector Mobilization
Group.
Opening of the meeting:
Opening statement by the President of the Economic and Social Council,
His Excellency Martin Sajdik (Austria)
Address by the Secretary-General of the United Nations, His Excellency
Ban Ki-moon
Address by the President of the General Assembly, His Excellency Sam
Kahamba Kutesa (Uganda)
Messages from the affected countries:
His Excellency Mohamed Diare, Minister of Economy and Finance,
Republic of Guinea (via video link)
His Excellency Kaifala Marrah, Minister of Finance and Economic
Development, Republic of Sierra Leone (via video link)
His Excellency Mounir Siaplay, Deputy Minister for Economic
Management, Ministry of Finance and Development, Republic of Liberia
(presented via video link)
His Excellency Dianguina dit Yaya Doucouré, Chargé d’affaires a.i.,
Permanent Mission of the Republic of Mali to the United Nations
Keynote addresses:
Dr. David Nabarro, United Nations Secretary-General's Special Envoy on
Ebola (presented via video link)
Dr. Margaret Chan, Director-General, World Health Organization (via video link)
Interactive dialogue
Moderator:
Dr. Paul Farmer, Co-Founder of Partners in Health and Special Advisor to Secretary General on Community Based Medicine and
Lessons from Haiti.


The Event was attended by: Inter-Governmental, Educational Heads & Organizations, International Ambassadors of Missions to the
United Nations,  Healthcare Practitioners and several other professionals community.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended  “A World in Flux”: German-American Relations and a Changing Global Order
at the Deutsche Bank in Manhattan, New York.  The Event was hosted by: the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies
(AICGS), the German Center for Research and Innovation in December, 2014

The relative decline of the West’s economic power and ongoing tensions and conflict in eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Asia
have changed geopolitical realities. Shared norms, economic openness, and multilateral institutions have formed the basis of
international relations for many years. Yet it is unclear whether this order and institutions like the European Union and NATO will
continue to be effective or become increasingly less relevant in the twenty-first century if they do not adapt to meet new challenges.
This AICGS Symposium explored Germany and America’s roles in shaping the emerging global order and discuss new avenues for
transatlantic cooperation.

About the Speakers and Discussions:

Jacques Brand, CEO, Deutsche Bank North America
Dr. Jackson Janes, President, AICGS
Robert B. Zoellick, Former President of the World Bank Group; Chairman of International Advisors, Goldman, Sachs & Co.

Panel I: The International Relevance of Germany's Foreign Policy Experience
The deep-seated, historical antagonisms currently bedeviling relations in the former Soviet space, the Middle East, South Asia and
East Asia must be addressed by all possible means, including an exchange of knowledge about Europe’s experience with conflict
resolution between former enemies. Germany is considered by external actors a model in dealing with historical issues with its
neighbors and Israel. This panel will shed light on the contribution Germany can make to international conflict resolution, how
German initiatives are viewed by the United States, and how Germany and the U.S. can work together to combine different power
assets in dealing with international conflicts.
Moderator: Dr. Gale A. Mattox, Director of Foreign & Domestic Policy Program, AICGS

Speakers:

Dr. Lily Gardner Feldman, Director of Society, Culture & Politics Program, AICGS

* Ambassador Wolfgang Ischinger, Global Head of Government Relations, Allianz.  Amb. Ischinger, is a German career diplomat.  He is a
Chairman of the Munich Security Conference (MSC) and also serves as Global Head of Public Policy and Economic Research, Allianz SE, Munich.  
He is a member of the Supervisory Board of Allianz Deutschland AG, and of the European Advisory Board of Investcorp, London.  From 2006 to
2008, he was the Federal Republic of Germany's Ambassador to London.  Prior to this assignment, he was the German Ambassador to the U.S.
from 2001 to 2006.  In 2014, he served as the Special Representative of the OSCE Chairman-In-Office in Kiev, promoting national dialogue in the
Ukrainian crisis.  He has published widely on foreign policy, security, and arms control policy as well as on European and transatlantic issues.  He
is the member of the Trilateral Commission, of the European Council on Foreign Relations, and of the Governing Board of SIPRI, Stockholm.  He
also serves on the boards of AICGS, the Atlantic Council of the U.S., the American Academy in Berlin, and of Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik.  
He is an adjunct professor at the University of Tubingen.  Amb. Ischinger studied law at the universities of Bonn and Geneva and obtained his law
degree.  He completed his post graduate work at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy and at Harvard Law School.

* Dr. Anne-Marie Le Gloannec, Senior Research Fellow, Sciences Po  

* Ambassador Thomas Matussek, Managing Director, Alfred Herrhausen Society.   Ambassador Thomas Matussek has been the Managing
Director of the Alfred Herrhausen Socity in 2013, after 37 years of diplomatic service for the Federal Republic of Germany.  In the 1970's, he
worked for Federal Chancellor Helmut Schmidt on European affairs.  After postings in New Delhi and Lisbon, he became head of the Private
office of Foreign Minister Genscher and Chief of Staff of Foreign Minister Kinkel.  After five years as Deputy Ambassador in Washington, D.C., he
became Director General of the Foreign Office in Berlin.  In 2001, he organized the Petersburg Conference on Afghanistan.  From 2002 to 2006 he
served as German Ambassador to the Court of St. James in London, from 2006 to 2009 as Permanent Representative to the United Nations in
New York, and from 2009 to 2011 as German Ambassador in New Delhi, India.  

Panel II: Democracy and Unemployment: Retooling a Jobless Generation in Europe and the United States
Changes in the global economy have exacerbated youth unemployment in Europe, the United States, and elsewhere in the world,
which threatens to undermine current and future generations’ confidence in democratic institutions. Many in Germany are already
questioning the EU project, but its dual system of education is also a model for strengthening Europe’s labor force. This panel will
offer both German and U.S. examples for addressing this pressing challenge.
Moderator: Parke Nicholson, Senior Research Associate, AICGS

Speakers:

* Dr. Ronald Daniels, President, Johns Hopkins University.  Dr. Daniels is the 14th President of Johns Hopkins University and a professor in
the Department of Political Science.  He earned an LLM from Yale University and a JD from the University of Toronto.

* Governor John Engler, President, Business Roundtable (BRT).  Governor Engler is the President of BRT, an association of chief executive
officers of leading U.S. corporations with a
$72 trillion in annual revenues and a combined workforce of nearly 16 million workers.  A former three-
term governor of Michigan, Mr. Engler assumed BRT's leadership in January 2011 after service six years as president & CEO of the National
Association of Manufacturers.  At the BRT, Mr. Engler brings CEO expertise to bear on major challenges facing the U.S., including global
competitiveness, innovation, economic growth, workforce training, and education.  Prior to winning election as governor in 190, Mr. Engler
served 20 years in the Michigan Legislature, including seven years as state Sentate majority leader.  He earned a Law Degree from Thomas M.
Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan.

* John Hayes, CEO, Ball Corp

* Eric Spiegel, President and CEO, Siemens USA

* Randi Weingarten, President, American Federation of Teachers

Panel III: The Emerging Architecture of Finance and Trade: Managing Risk While Promoting Growth
Many experts have criticized economic institutions like the WTO and the IMF as no longer reflecting the realities of the global
economy. The Euro Crisis and the halting progress on free trade show the urgent need for new financial and trade arrangements.
This panel presented German and American perspectives for reform of international trade and finance. The panelists analyzed the
ongoing changes in the banking sector and provide their outlook for the transatlantic economies in 2015.
Moderator: Alexander Privitera, Director of Business & Economics Program, AICGS

Speakers:

Robin Brooks, Chief FX Strategist, Goldman, Sachs & Co.

* Seth Carpenter, Senior Advisor/Nominated for Assistant Secretary for Financial Markets, U.S. Department of Treasury.
 Dr. Carpenter
is a Senior Advisor in the Office of Financial Markets and Nominee for Assistant Secretary for Financial Markets at the Department of the
Treasury.  Previously, from 2013 to 2014, he served as the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Economic Policy at the Treasury.  Prior to serving
Treasury, he served at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System from 1999 to 2014.  He began his service with the Federal Reserve
as a research economist and rose to the rank of Deputy Director of the Division of Monetary Affairs.  He earned an M.A. from the College of
Willaim and Mary and a PhD in economics from Princeton University.

* Dr. Andreas Nick, Member of German Bundestag

* Pat Parkinson, Managing Director, Promontory Financial Group

* Holger Schmieding, Chief Economist, Berenberg Bank

* Dr. Jackson Janes, AICGS

The attendees were:  German Mission and German Consulate, International, Diplomatic Community, Healthcare and Medical Doctors
and Bankers and various other Dignitaries and International Prominent Community.

Dr. Anurita Kapur a Board of Member of UNA-USA-UNF was invited to and attended an Event:  THE UNDERGROUND GIRLS OF
KABUL.  An evening of discussion with  JENNY NORDBERG, New York based foreign correspondent.  The event was held at
Columbus Circle in Manhattan, New York in February, 2015.
"What is the difference between men and women? In Afghanistan, it's freedom."
Investigative reporter Jenny Nordberg uncovers a secret in Afghanistan that asks what it means to be female and to be free. It's a defiant piece of
women's history that no one has gone looking for. Until now.
In Afghanistan, where society is ruled almost entirely by men, the birth of a son is cause for celebration and the arrival of a daughter is often
mourned as a failure.
A bacha posh (literally "dressed up like a boy" in Dari) is a third kind of child — a girl who will be raised as a boy and presented as a son to the
world. Jenny Nordberg, the reporter who broke this story for The New York Times, constructs a dramatic account of Afghan women and girls
clandestinely living on the other side of the gender divide that grants half its population almost no rights and little freedom.
Set against the violent backdrop of America's longest war, The Underground Girls of Kabul follows Afghan girls who live disguised as boys
through childhood and puberty, only to be expected by adult age to transform into subordinate wives and mothers. But the battle of nature
versus nurture lingers, and some bacha posh will refuse to rescind their male prerogatives in what the UN calls the world's most dangerous
country to be a woman.
The book is anchored by vivid female characters who bring this ancient phenomenon to life: Azita, a female parliamentarian whose youngest
daughter is chosen to pose as her only son; Zahra, the tomboy teenager who struggles with puberty and resists her parents' attempts to turn her
into a woman; Shukria, who was forced to marry and have three children after living for twenty years as a man; and Shahed, an Afghan special
forces soldier, still in disguise as an adult man.
Offering a new and original story about Afghanistan and its women, The Underground Girls of Kabul investigates the hidden practice of bacha
posh that has affected generations, while examining its parallels to our own history. The act of reaching for more freedom by impersonating a
man is one that can be recognized by women everywhere.


Dr. Anurita Kapur as a Board Member was invited to and attended an Event:  Screening of Movie: Timbuktu in French language
on February 6, 2015.

2015 Academy Award Nominee for Best Foreign Language Film
Not far from Timbuktu, now ruled by the religious fundamentalists, Kidane lives peacefully in the dunes with his wife Satima, his daughter Toya,
and Issan, their twelve-year-old shepherd. In town, the people suffer, powerless, from the regime of terror imposed by the Jihadists determined
to control their faith. Music, laughter, cigarettes, even soccer have been banned. The women have become shadows but resist with dignity.
Every day, the new improvised courts issue tragic and absurd sentences.
Kidane and his family are being spared the chaos that prevails in Timbuktu. But their destiny changes abruptly in this stunningly rendered film
from a master of world cinema.  We are proud to present Abderrahmane Sissako's masterpiece Timbuktu, which is Mauritania's first entry for the
Best Foreign Language Film Academy Award. It has been widely lauded at many film festivals including Cannes, and has been included on many
10 best films lists.

On July 29th, 2012 in Aguelhok, a small city in northern Mali — more than half of which was being occupied by men who were mostly outsiders —
an unspeakable crime took place to which the media largely turned a blind eye. A thirty-something couple, blessed with two children, were
stoned to death. Their crime: they weren't married…

Aguelhok is not Damascus, nor Tehran. So nothing is said about all this. What I write is unbearable, I know this. I am in no way trying to use shock
value to promote a film. I can't say I didn't know and, now that I do, I must testify in the hopes that no child will ever again have to learn their
parents died because they loved each other.
Mr. Sissako state, I am a filmmaker from one of those far-off countries, countries that do not have the financial means to regularly release many
films. Filmmakers who can go ten years without making a film. So when we do make one, it must have a meaning, a universal message, it must
alert and concern all of humanity. I want to tell the stories that are not told or are not told enough...

A Special Panel Discussion with Abderrahmane Sissako, H.E. Ambassador Sekou Kasse from the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Mali to
the UN and H.E. Ambassador Sidi Mohamed Boubacar from the Permanent Mission of Mauritania to the U.N. there was a Q+A sessions.

H.E. Ambassador Sidi Mohamed Boubacar from the Permanent Mission of Mauritania to the U.N.  Having served twice as Prime Minister,
from April 1992 to January 1996, and from August 2005 to March 2007, Sidi Mohamed Ould Boubacar is a leading player in the political and
economic changes which have taken place in Mauritania over the last twenty years.
 He is the current Permanent Representative of Mauritania
to the United Nations in New York, Sidi Mohamed Boubacar, presented his credentials to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon recently.  Prior to
his latest appointment, Mr. Boubacar was his country’s Ambassador to Egypt between 2010 and 2014, Spain from 2007 to 2010, and France from
2001 until 2004.  He was also Directeur de Cabinet in the Office of the President of the Republic from 2001 to 2004, and General Secretary from
1998 to 2001.  Prior to becoming Minister for Finance between 1990 and 1992, he held the positions of Budget Director from 1986 to 1990, and
Director of Treasury and Public Accounts from 1984 until 1986.  Mr. Boubacar graduated from the Lycée National de Nouakchott in 1976, and
earned a diploma in financial management from the École Nationale d’Administration in 1980.  He received a post-graduate diploma in economic
law from the Université Orléans, France, in 1981.  In October 1990, he was appointed Minister of Finance. To reduce the budget deficit he
implemented reforms aimed at rationalising government expenses and modernising tax and customs codes. However, the slowdown caused by
the Gulf war, and affecting Mauritania's traditional partners, aggravated the country's economic difficulties. At the same time Mauritania, like
many countries in the region, underwent a process of democratisation after the La Baule speech given by President François Mitterrand to the
Conference of Heads of State of France and Africa in June 1990. Following the Presidential elections, a Mauritanian opposition party contested its
results and decided to boycott the legislative elections.

On 18 April 1992, the President Elect Ould Taya named Sidi Mohamed Ould Boubacar as Prime Minister, and he set out to make the economy the
government's priority.  He negotiated a three-year reform program with the International Monetary Fund, supported by the Enhanced Structural
Adjustement Facility (ESAF) aimed at improving the balance of payments and the outlook for growth.  Drastic measures including severe
devaluation of the Mauritanian currency, the Ouguiya, were implemented. The first results made themselves felt from the very first year and the
economic situation gradually improved against a backdrop of the resumption of financing from external sources. In Rio de Janeiro in June 1992,
Sidi Mohamed Ould Boubacar represented Mauritania at the United Nations Conference on the Environment, where he was Vice Chair. In June
1993 he presided over the Mauritanian delegation to the International Human Rights Convention in Vienna, and the World Summit for Social
Development in Copenhagen in March 1995.

The new Prime Minister set himself to restoring confidence in the relationship with the IMF, which had deteriorated significantly in the preceding
period. He set up a Staff Monitored Program (SMP), and the satisfactory compliance with this enabled Mauritania in 2006, to benefit, within the
framework of the Initiative in favour of Poor and over Indebted Countries, from a debt write-off worth 819 million dollars to its multilateral
creditors (IMF, World Bank, African Development Bank).  Achievement of this program opened the door, in December of the same year, to the
signing with the IMF of a Three-Year Arrangement under the Poverty Reduction Growth Facility (PRGF) which culminated in the normalisation of
the country's relations with the international financial community. In terms of good governance, in September 2005 Sidi Mohamed Ould Boubacar
tried to get Mauritania, an iron and oil producing country, signed up to the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI). He created the
Government Inspectorate, a body invested with broad powers and specialising in the fight against economic and financial transgressions. In
January 2006 his government cancelled the oil production agreements with the Australian company Woodside, claiming that the said agreements
were illegitimate and damaging to Mauritania’s interests. Following intensive negotiations, he succeeded in renegotiating contracts for the
sharing of oil production. The revised contracts provided, in particular, for 100 million dollars' compensation for the Mauritanian state, as well as
new environmental measures to protect against the major risks arising from oil production. Within the context of implementing the government’s
political commitments, in September 2005 he set up the Inter-Ministerial Electoral Committee. To guarantee the administration’s total neutrality
during elections, none of the serving officials, including the Prime Minister himself, stood for election. An independent electoral commission had
been set up for the first time in Mauritania, with numerous observers including the UN and the EU being invited to follow the progress of
elections. The various electoral milestones that all political parties took part in passed under good conditions, and on 25 March 2007 a new
President of the Republic, Mr. Sidi Ould Cheikh Abdallahi, was elected with 52.85% of the vote, whose lawfulness was hailed by all observers.
The Mauritanian experience is cited, in Africa and the Arab world, as an example of a successful democratic transfer.

In April 2004, he was called to become the Mauritanian Ambassador to Paris. In the capital, Nouakchott, political trials followed on
from the arrests against a backdrop of increasing insecurity. On 3 August 2005, the government in Mauritania was overthrown by a
coup led by Colonel Ely Ould Mohamed Val. The new government decreed a general amnesty and made a commitment to rescue the
economy, organise free and transparent elections within no more than 19 months, and to transfer power to a democratically elected
government. They called upon Sidi Mohamed Ould Boubacar to head the transition government.

H.E. Ambassador Sekou Kasse from the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Mali to the U.N.  

The Attendees were:  Professionals of various fields including medical doctors.

Dr. Anurita Kapur was invited to and attended an Event: Cognitive Plasticity in Adulthood at the German Mission in Manhattan, New
York in January, 2015.  The speakers were:  Prof. Dr. Ulman Lindenberger, Director of Center for Lifespan Psychology, Max Planck
Institute for Human Development and Dr. Ursula Staudinger, Director of Robert N. Butler Columbia Aging Center, Columbia University
Although the adult brain was once thought to be a rather static organ, it is now clear that the organization of brain circuitry is
constantly changing as a function of experience. These changes refer to the brain's plasticity, and occur during learning and memory
as a result of stress, addiction and during recovery of function following brain injury. In addition to brain plasticity, there is now
evidence that personality characteristics are also plastic, responding to training, for example, to increase openness. Please join our
experts as they discuss plasticity of personality.

Speaker Biographies:
________________________________________

Dr. Ulman Lindenberger is Director of the Center for Lifespan Psychology at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in
Berlin, Germany. His primary research interests are behavioral and neural plasticity across the lifespan, brain-behavior relations
across the lifespan, multivariate developmental methodology, and formal models of behavioral change. Dr. Lindenberger studied
psychology and biology in Berkeley and Berlin, and received his doctorate in psychology from Freie Universität Berlin in 1990. He
holds honorary professorships at Freie Universität Berlin, Humboldt Universität Berlin, and Saarland University in Saarbrücken,
Germany. Dr. Lindenberger is a member of Leopoldina, the German National Academy of Sciences and the Academia Europaea. In
2010, he was awarded the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize by the German Research Foundation (DFG).

Dr. Ursula M. Staudinger, Ph.D., is a lifespan psychologist, an internationally acknowledged aging researcher, and Vice President of
Leopoldina, the German National Academy of Sciences. She joined the Mailman School in July 2013 as Founding Director of the new
Robert N. Butler Columbia Aging Center. The Center is a global hub for interdisciplinary aging research and knowledge transfer to
policy makers, companies, as well as the general public. Additionally, Dr. Staudinger leads the renowned International Longevity
Center (ILC) USA, part of the fourteen-member, multinational ILC - Global Alliance consortium that seeks to help societies address
longevity and population aging in positive and productive ways. Prior to coming to Mailman, Dr. Staudinger was the Vice President of
Jacobs University Bremen in Germany and Founding Dean of the Jacobs Center on Lifelong Learning and Institutional Development
at Jacobs University Bremen, an interdisciplinary research center investigating productive aging, with a focus on education and the
labor market. Earlier in her career, she was a Professor of Developmental Psychology at the Technical University Dresden and was
Senior Scientist of the Max Planck Institute of Human Development in Berlin, Germany. Dr. Staudinger's research focuses on the
opportunities and challenges of increases in average life expectancy. She investigates the potentials of aging by studying the
plasticity of the aging process (e.g. cognition or personality), as well the development of life insight, life management, and wisdom
over the life span. Her findings have yielded helpful advice for living, work, and education during this time of unprecedented
demographic change.

Dr. Anurita Kapur wishes A Happy HOLI 2015 Greetings to India and the
entire world and may the blessing and joys of colors fill everyone's lives to
walk towards oneness and to co-exist peacefully to attain universal peace.
PICTURES TO BE POSTED SOON

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to, attended and participated at a medical meeting to build Hospitals in Fiji with Mr. Seniloli, family
member of the Royal Family of Fiji Islands.  Mr. Seniloli is a college friend of Anurita and her siblings.  The Dinner Meeting
was organized by Anurita's family it was held in Manhattan, New York in February, 2015 during Mr. Seniloli's visit to
New York.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended the panel discussion: Smart Cities at the German Mission in Manhattan, New York on
December 9, 2014.
About the speakers:
Prof. Barbara Lenz Director, Institute of Transport Research, German Aerospace Center (DLR)

William Sisson Director, Sustainability, United Technologies Research Center (UTCR)

HOLI GREETINGS 2015 TO DR. ANURITA KAPUR FROM SHRI NARENDRA MODI, PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA.

March 4, 2015
Dear Dr. Anurita Kapur,
Wishing you and your family a very Happy Holi!  May this festival of colour fill your lives with cheer, happiness and
enthusiasm.  Let the spirit of brotherhood and harmony in society get even stronger and may India continue to scale newer
heights of progress.
Yours,
Narendra Modi
PICTURES TO BE POSTED SOON
PICTURES TO BE POSTED SOON


March 10, 2015

Dear Dr. Anurita Kapur,

At this point, months after one national election and more than a year before the next, it can be easy to stop paying so much attention to politics.
But our best, most engaged supporters -- people like you -- you know that 2015 is another year of action, and you never lose sight of what we're
working toward or what we've already accomplished.

I'm so proud of you, and I know that Barack is, too. When we look back at the progress we have made -- like increasing high school graduation
rates, helping more of our young people afford college, and helping millions of Americans get the health insurance they need -- we know that
none of it would have been possible without the hard work and support of folks like you.

I know we will help even more people in the months and years ahead, and I'll be proud to be on your team then, too.

You're truly the best.

Michelle Obama

March 10, 2015

Dear Dr. Anurita Kapur,

There has never been a better time to be born female. That's the conclusion of a sweeping new global report that Chelsea, Melinda Gates, and I
were thrilled to unveil yesterday morning. It's called The Full Participation Report, and we can't wait for you to see for yourself the gains that
women and girls have made around the world – as well as the gaps that remain.

You can explore more than two decades of data from more than 190 countries and the compelling stories of women and girls from around the
world that make all the statistics come alive.

We're excited for you to dig into this data yourself – to use it, share it, learn from it, and get motivated by it. You can learn something fast or take
a deep dive into the areas that interest you most.

It's been twenty years since the 1995 UN Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, where the international community pledged to work
toward the full participation of women and girls in all aspects of life. Today, two decades later, it's time to take stock.

There are real gains to celebrate, including more laws protecting the rights of women, more girls going to primary school, and more mothers
getting access to services that can keep them healthy. Yet despite this progress, significant gaps remain around the world, including in the
United States, especially in the areas of security, economic opportunity, and leadership. The evidence is clear: When it comes to gender
equality, we're just not there yet.

This data proves that progress is indeed possible, but it is not inevitable. More needs to be done to fulfill our promise and ensure that every
woman and girl has the opportunity to live up to her God-given potential.

We all have a role to play in building a world of shared prosperity and opportunity. Join us as we work together to make full participation a
reality in the 21st century.

Sincerely,

Hillary Rodham Clinton

Dr. Anurita Kapur is a Board Member of UNA-USA-UNF, she was invited to and attended the Event: "On the Road to the Post-2015
Agenda".  The event was hosted by UNA-USA-UNF and some other organizations.


H. E. Ambassador Carlos Garcia is a career diplomat with 18 years of experience at the United Nations. He has served as the Vice
President of the United Nations Economic and Social Council. Prior to his appointment as Permanent Representative of El Salvador
he was the Deputy Permanent Representative at his country’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations in New York. During his
tenure at the mission, Ambassador Garcia oversaw the economic, financial, social, peace and security, peace building, humanitarian,
environmental and human rights issues.

December 25, 2014
Dear Dr. Anurita Kapur,

Greetings for Good Governance Day which has been declared on the Birthday of our former Prime-Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee on 25
December, 2014.

Ravi Shankar Prasad
Minister of Communications
& Information Technology

A HAPPY WOMEN'S DAY 2015 - GREETINGS FROM INDIA'S PRIME MINISTER TO DR. ANURITA KAPUR
Shri Narendra Modi, India's Prime Minister sent a Happy Women's Day 2015 - Greetings to Dr. Anurita Kapur on March 7, 2015.
Message:  TO BE PUBLISHED
PICTURES TO BE POSTED SOON

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended and participated at the Irish St. Patrick's Day Parade in Long Island
City, New York on March 1, 2015.  Anurita marched with Bill de Blasio, Mayor of New York City,
Ms. Kerry Kennedy, Mr. Dromm, H.E. Barbara Jones Consul General of Ireland and many other dignitaries &
distinguished guests.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended and participated at the Gala Dinner Sponsored by Pakistan Tehreekey Insaaf (PTI)
a Pakistani Political Party lead by the world famous Pakistani Cricketer: Imran Khan.  The event was held in Long Island City,
New York on March 1, 2015.  PTI Organizers honored & welcomed Anurita with loud drum beats during her visit to their Gala
Dinner Event. This event was covered by most Major Pakistani Channels.  During Anurita's interview at a major channel she
stated the success of the great event despite the snow and she made her comments on the speech of Imran Khan from
Pakistan.  Anurita also requested to all the overseas Pakistanis including Pakistani-Americans that they should get involved
in the Politics of Pakistan.

After the United Nations Event above, Dr. Anurita Kapur was invited to and she attended a reception event hosted by the
Southern State Division of New York State at the The Trump World Towers the World Bar it is an upscale bar & lounge located
across from the United Nations Headquarters in Manhattan, New York on February, 20 2015.
Ambassador Carlos Garcia, Permanent Representative of El Salvador and
Dr. Anurita Kapur
United States Airforce Officers, Colonel Pieringer, Colonel Bradley
and Dr. Anurita Kapur

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to, attended and participated at the World Federation of United Association (WAFUNA) held in
Manhattan, New York in February 20, 2015.  Anurita gave many suggestions about the expansion of their organization &
fundraising for WAFUNA and she offered that she will be willing to help them to reach their goals to fundraise for their
organization.
Ambassador Sebastiano Cardi, Permanent Representative of Italy and
Dr. Anurita Kapur
H.E. Mr. Tomas Anker Christensen, Senior Advisor for Partnerships
Office of the Assistant Secretary-General for Strategic Planning
and Dr. Anurita Kapur
Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary General of the United Nations and Dr. Anurita Kapur
Dr. David Nabarro, M.D. he is Special Envoy to Ebola Crisis & Medical Advisor to the Secretary General Ban ki-Moon, Ms. Betstock and Dr. Anurita Kapur
Mr. Aaron, United Nations Foundations
Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary General of the United Nations and Dr. Anurita Kapur
Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary General of the United Nations and Dr. Anurita Kapur
PICTURES TO BE POSTED SOON
PICTURES TO BE POSTED SOON
Mr. Jackson Dougan, United States Youth Observer to the UN
Ms. Stillman, President UNA-USA-UNF
Mr. Whatley, President UNA, Mr. Yeo, President United Nations
Foundations & other members
Consul General
H.E. Raja Ali Ejaz, Consul General of Pakistan in New York &
Dr. Anurita Kapur

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended a Book Launch Event by the Author Mr. Atiq an eloquent and recognized writer it
was held in New York in February 22, 2015.  The guest of honor were: H.E. Raja Ali Ejaz, Consul General of Pakistan
Consulate in New York and many Pakistani-American writers.
Mr. Atiq, the famous book writer in whose honor this
book launch was held in New York.
Mr. Fehmi, a well-renowned Poet and a former Officer of Pakistan Navy
Mr. Bhatt, New York Liaison of Pakistan Tehreekey Insaaf (PTI) a
Political Party headed by Pakistani Cricketer Mr. Imran Khan
Moment of Prayers recitations during the Event
Mr. Atiq's Book

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended a Pakistani poetry event in New York on March 29, 2015 organized by Halqa Ijlaas,
Dr. Naqvi.  Many poets performed and read their own written work.  Invited Guest: Barrister Dawood Ghazanavi.  He gave a speech
for the Overseas Pakistanis who have a Right to Vote in Pakistan.  He has won 3 cases in Pakistan Supreme Court for the Overseas
Pakistanis Right to Vote in Pakistan.

For the occasion, Dr. Anurita Kapur chose to sing and sang an Indian Movie song Bhajan (Indian Religious Song)  from the Hindi
Movie "Do Aankhen Bara Haath" year 1957, its song:
"Ae Malik Tere Bande Hum".  

The words to this great song are:  
Aye Maalik Tere Bande Hum Ayese Ho Humaare Karam
Nekee Par Chale, Aaur Badee Se Tale, Taakee Hanste Huye Nikale Dam

Ye Andheraa Ghanaa Chhaa Rahaa, Teraa Insaan Ghabaraa Rahaa
Ho Rahaa Bekhabar, Kuchh Naa Aataa Najar, Sukh Kaa Sooraj Chhoopaa Jaa Rahaa
Hai Teree Roshanee Mein Jo Dam To Amaawas Ko Kar De Poonam

Badaa Kamajor Hain Aadamee, Abhee Laakhon Hain Is Mein Kamee
Par Too Jo Khadaa, Hain Dayaaloo Badaa, Teree Kirapaa Se Dharatee Thamee
Diyaa Toone Humei Jab Janam Too Hee Zelegaa Hum Sab Ke Gam

Jab Julmon Kaa Ho Saamanaa, Tab Too Hee Humei Thaamanaa
Wo Buraee Kare, Hum Bhalaaee Bhare, Naheen Badale Kee Ho Kaamanaa
Badh Uthhe Pyaar Kaa Har Kadam Aaur Mite Bair Kaa Ye Bharam

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended a Pakistani poetry event in New York organized by Halqa Ijlaas, Dr. Naqvi held in New York
on February 15, 2015.  Many poets performed and read their own written work.  
This Event was a Farewell to a great writer/poet Mr. Fehmi.  
Attendees were: Nasrin G. Ahmad she is the Hempstead Town Clerk & many other distinguished guests.

HAPPY INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY 2015 - GREETINGS FROM DR. ANURITA KAPUR & UNIVERSAL
PEACE ORGANIZATION TO ALL THE WOMEN AROUND THE GLOBE.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended a medical conference: Reflecting on the Past to Protect the Future: A Conference on
Medicine, Bioethics and the Holocaust in April, 2015.
The conference was held at the Drew University’s Caspersen School of Graduate Studies’ Department of Medical Humanities, in conjunction with
the Center for Holocaust/Genocide Studies, they presented this full-day conference.
Dr. Anurita Kapur joined the conference as they explored the participation of the medical community in the labeling, persecution, and eventual
mass murder of millions of people deemed eugenically “unfit” in Nazi Germany and the ramifications for current issues in medicine, science,
human rights, ethics, and healthcare policy. This project is supported by The Center for Medicine After the Holocaust.
The conference included plenary sessions and panels led by internationally recognized scholars examining:
•        Nazi medical experimentation, the Nuremberg Trials, and the development of codes of ethics governing human subject research
•        The various ways eugenic ideals were used to create, implement, and enforce Racial Hygiene Theory
•        The Lasting Legacy of the Holocaust for Bioethics
Keynote Speech was given by Arthur L. Caplan, PhD. Dr. Caplan is the Drs. William F. and Virginia Connolly Mitty Professor and Founding
Director of the Division of Medical Ethics at New York University Langone Medical Center and has written extensively about the importance of
the Holocaust for bioethics and healthcare.

The Panelists were:
Tessa Chelouche: “The UNESCO Casebook on Bioethics and the Holocaust: An International, Humanitarian Perspective” Shakespeare Theatre
Tessa Chelouche,M.D, is a family physician and renowned scholar of medical history. Originally from South Africa, Dr. Chelouche has lived in
Israel for the past 38 years working as a family physician and director of a primary care family medical practice. Dr. Chelouche has served as co-
director and lecturer of a pre-graduate course on “The Study of Medicine and the Holocaust” for medical students at the Rappaport Faculty of
Medicine at the Technion Institute in Haifa, Israel for the past 10 years. She has published numerous articles on the subject of Medicine and the
Holocaust. Dr. Chelouche is the author of a “Casebook on Bioethics and the Holocaust” as part of a program for the UNESCO Chair of Bioethics.
In addition, she has published numerous articles on the subject of medicine and the Holocaust and lectures on this topic internationally.

Patricia Heberer Rice: “Giving a  Face to Faceless Victims:  Profiles of Disabled Victims of the Nazi ‘Euthanasia’ Program” Shakespeare Theatre
Patricia Heberer Rice has served as an historian with the Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the United States Holocaust
Memorial Museum in Washington since 1994. There she serves as a Museum specialist on medical crimes and eugenics policies in Nazi
Germany. Dr. Heberer earned her baccalaureate and masters degrees from Southern Illinois University; she pursued doctoral studies at the Free
University of Berlin and the University of Maryland, receiving her Ph.D. from the latter institution. In addition to contributions to several USHMM
publications, she has recently authored a source edition, Children during the Holocaust, a volume in the Center’s series, Documenting Life and
Destruction, appearing in 2011. A further publication, Atrocities on Trial: The Politics of Prosecuting War Crimes in Historical Perspective, co-
edited with Juergen Matthäus, appeared in 2008 with the University of Nebraska Press.

Michael Berenbaum: “Medicine, Ethics, and the Holocaust” Shakespeare Theatre
Michael Berenbaum, Ph.D., is director of the Sigi Ziering Institute, which explores the ethical and religious implications of the Holocaust. He is
also a Professor of Jewish Studies at the American Jewish University in Los Angles. The author and editor of 20 books, Dr. Berenbaum was
managing editor of the Second Edition of the Encyclopedia Judaica. He was the Former Project Director overseeing the creation of the United
States Holocaust Memorial Museum and former President of the Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation. Dr. Berenbaum has been the
conceptual developer of Museum on four continents and his work in film has earned him an Emmy Award and the films he worked on have won
3 Academy Awards and numerous Emmys.

Michael L. Perlin is Professor of Law Emeritus at New York Law School (NYLS), founding director of NYLS’s Online Mental Disability Law
Program, and founding director of NYLS’s International Mental Disability Law Reform Project in its Justice Action Center. He has written 23 books
and nearly 300 articles on all aspects of mental disability law. Perlin has done advocacy work on behalf of persons with disabilities on every
continent. In the fall semester of 2012, he served as a Fulbright Senior Specialist, teaching and consulting at the Islamic University of Jogjakarta,
Indonesia. Four years earlier, also as part of the Fulbright designation, he taught in the Global Law Program at Haifa University in Israel. In 2015,
he will be teaching mental disability law courses (including International Human Rights and Mental Disability Law) in Australia, Hong Kong, and
New Zealand. Last year, Perlin was elected to be co-chair of the Disability Rights Interest Group of the American Society of International Law.

Allen Keller, MD, is an Associate Professor of Medicine at NYU School of Medicine, Director of the Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors of
Torture (PSOT), and Director of the NYU School of Medicine Center for Health and Human Rights. Recognized internationally as an expert in the
documentation, evaluation, and treatment of victims of torture and other human rights abuses, Dr. Keller has spoken before the Senate Select
Committee on Intelligence regarding torture and abusive interrogation practices. He is currently working to pass legislation in the state of New
York wherein physicians who participate in torture are subject to loss of licensure.

Heuristic workshops dedicated to brainstorming ideas for how to integrate the lessons of Nazi medicine into current education and/or
outreach within the medical, academic, and general communities.
•        Medical Community—Using the Holocaust as the historical framework for dealing with current bioethical issues (i.e.: physician-assisted
suicide, euthanasia, abortion, genetic testing, stem cell research, physician involvement in the death penalty/torture, ethical guidelines human
subject research), Shakespeare Theatre
•        Secondary Education—Incorporating lessons about medicine, ethics, and the Holocaust into existing curriculum to teach students about the
four principles of bioethics and how they inform the process of moral decision making, Mead 112
•        General Community—Encouraging discussions about the importance of medicine, ethics and the Holocaust for modern medical practice,
human rights endeavors and healthcare policy through outreach programs directed towards houses of worship, non-profit organizations, and
other community centers, Founders Room

Keynote Speech: “Euthanasia in Germany, Assisted Dying in Europe and the U.S. Today—What are the lessons from the past?” Shakespeare
Theatre of New Jersey, on campus of Drew University
Arthur L. Caplan, Ph.D. is currently the Drs. William F and Virginia Connolly Mitty Professor and founding head of the Division of Bioethics at New
York University Langone Medical Center in New York City. He is the co-founder and Dean of Research of the NYU Sports and Society Program
and the head of the ethics program in the Global Institute for Public Health at NYU. Dr. Caplan is widely considered to be one of the premier
bioethicists in the world, as well as the founding father of the academic field of Holocaust Studies and Bioethics. His distinguished career
includes authoring or editing thirty-two books and over 600 papers in peer reviewed journals. He has written extensively about the importance of
the Holocaust for bioethics and healthcare, convening the first meeting ever held on the role of medicine and science in the Holocaust in 1989.
Prior to assuming his role at NYU, Dr. Caplan was the Sidney D. Caplan Professor of Bioethics at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School
of Medicine in Philadelphia where he created the Center for Bioethics and the Department of Medical Ethics. He has served as either a member
or a Chairperson of many prominent national and international ethics committees, including the National Cancer Institute Biobanking Ethics
Working Group, the Advisory Committee to the United Nations on Human Cloning, the special advisory committee to the International Olympic
Committee on genetics and gene therapy, the Holocaust Museum, and the special advisory panel to the National Institutes of Mental Health on
human experimentation on vulnerable subjects. Dr. Caplan is currently the ethics advisor to DOD/DARPA on synthetic biology, a member of the
National Council on Youth Sports Safety and a member of the Ethics and Ebola Working Group of the World Health Organization. He writes a
column on bioethics for NBC.com and appears frequently as a guest and commentator on various national and international media outlets.
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Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended an Event:  "Bring Back OUR GIRLS", School Girl March and Vigil on April 13, 2015
at the Church Center to the United Nations in Manhattan, New York.
Program of Events included the following:
Christian Prayer by Rev. Dionne Boissiere - Host Church Center for the United Nations
Muslim Call to Prayer - Farid Johnson - Intersections International
Reports from Nigeria to the U.S. - R. Evon Idahosa, Esq and Dr. Olufunke Okome - Pathfinders Justice Initiative and Bring Back Our
Girls NYC (and Rev. Herbert Daughtry of Interfaith Religious Leaders of African Ancestry Concerned Abut the Abducted Nigerian
Girls)
Jewish Prayer - Naomi Less
Christian, Jewish and Muslim School Girls Proclamations
Later all marched to: Bring Back Our Girls March to the Nigerian Embassy
AND, the Rally began to Bring Back Our Girls Rally at the Nigerian Embassy

Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney organized the Empire State Building to be lit in Red and Purple Colors to remember over 200
Nigerian Girls who were kidnapped by the Terrorist Group Boko Haram.
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Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended a Vaisakhi Event in New Jersey at the Palace on April 17, 2015.  The Event was hosted by
Indian National Overseas Congress I {INOC (i)}

Vaisakhi is a Punjabi harvest festival for people of the Punjab region.  According to the Punjabi calendar, it is also the Punjabi New
Year (occurring on the first of the solar month of Vaisakh) based on the solar aspect of the Punjabi calendar which in turn is based
on the Bikrami calendar and is used by all communities. The new year is observed throughout the Punjab region.  Hindus use the
Punjabi calendar as their religious calendar too.

This day is also observed as the thanksgiving day by the farmers whereby the farmers pay their tribute, thanking God for the
abundant harvest and also praying for the future prosperity.
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Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended an Event at the Irish Consulate in Manhattan, New York on April 22, 2015.
H.E. Ambassador Barbara Jones, Consul General of Ireland, shared hospitality as well as much information and insight into Irish
affairs and culture.  From passage tombs older than the pyramids to cities founded by Vikings, crumbling castles to grand country
estates, Ireland's history is etched on its landscape. In the 7,000 years that this country has been inhabited, it has been invaded and
settled by the Celts, the Vikings, the Normans, the English and the Scots and they have all left their mark on its history, geography,
culture, language and people.

In recent times, Ireland's rapid economic growth from 1993 to 2007 saw it become one of the world's most dynamic economies.
However, the global economic downturn, a lengthy property market boom and problems within the Irish banking system led to
recession from which the country is still recovering. The good news is that the Irish economy returned to growth in 2011 and is
continuing to expand.

For a small country (with its 4.6 million population), Ireland has made a big impact. It has given the world saints and scholars, artists
and entrepreneurs, scientists and sporting heroes. It has built a reputation for innovation, hard work and determination, as part of its
inimitable outlook on life. Ireland is unique — and the Consul General of Ireland in New York City showed why?

The Consulate General of Ireland was established in New York City in 1930, when the world was in the midst of the Great Depression.
In Ireland, the 1930s was a period of significant political and constitutional changes that culminated in the adoption of the
Constitution of Ireland in 1937. The first Consulate General of Ireland in New York was located in the newly opened Graybar Building,
near Grand Central Terminal on Lexington Avenue.

Today, Ireland's Embassy, Consulates and State Agencies in the U.S. pursue opportunities that will deliver economic growth and jobs
for Ireland. They also help maintain and enhance links with the Irish-American diaspora and promote Irish culture in new and
traditional forms.

The Consulate General works closely with its Embassy in Washington, D.C., Ireland's other Consulates and State Agencies
throughout the United States to promote trade, tourism and inward investment.

Among its many activities, it supports Irish companies who want to find and access new markets and help with resolving commercial
difficulties. It also provides general advice on doing business locally and, through various contacts, pursuing export and investment
opportunities that will benefit Ireland, as well as working to secure market access for Irish products in key sectors in high-growth and
emerging markets.

Ireland's Embassy, Consulates and Honorary Consuls also help to provide consular assistance to Irish citizens who need it while
travelling in the United States. Its range of other service areas include visas and passports, citizenship, authentication and
certification of documents, and working holiday agreements between the U.S. and Ireland.
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H.E. Barbara Jones took up duty as Consul General of Ireland in New York in 2014.
She was born in Co. Wexford, Ireland. She is a graduate of Arts (French and History) (1977-1980) of University College, Dublin and holds
post graduate qualifications in Education (1980-1981) from University College, Dublin and in Computer Science (1982-1983) from the National
Institute of Higher Education (University of Limerick.)

Her career at the Department of Foreign Affairs began in September 1983. She has worked primarily on Anglo Irish and European Union issues.
She was head of Humanitarian Aid policy (1994-1997) and travelled extensively in Africa over that time.  Her overseas postings include
assignments at the Consulate General of Ireland in San Francisco (1986-1990); at the Embassy of Ireland at Luxembourg (1991-1993) and as
Deputy Head of Mission at the Embassy of Ireland in London dealing with political relations and the Northern Ireland peace process.
In September 2012, Ms. Jones was appointed Joint Secretary at the British-Irish Intergovernmental Secretariat in Belfast. She took up duty as
Consul General of Ireland in New York in September 2014.

Ms. Jones served in two other government Departments in Dublin from 1997-2002. From 1999 to 2002, she served as Speech Writer and Special
Adviser in the Department of the Taoiseach. Prior to that (1997 to 1999) she was seconded to the Trade Section of the Department of Enterprise,
Trade & Employment, where she wrote and developed a new long term strategy for promoting Irish trade with China and Asia.  She has a very
good command of Irish and French.

This Event was attended by International Community, Lawyers and Medical Doctors and other Dignitaries.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended an Event:  "Media's Role in Advancing Human Right, Health, and Well-Being of Women" on
April 13, 2015 in Manhattan, New York.

Program of Events included the following:

Co-Sponsored by The Mission of Argentina to the United Nations, Committee on Mental Health; Communications Committee for the United
Nations;
International Council of Women (ICW); Soroptimist International; International Federation of Social Workers; International Federation of Women
Lawyers (FIDA); International Federation of Women in Legal Careers International Alliance of Women (IAW); Sigma Theta Tau International;
Nightingale Initiative for Global Health; International Federation for Parenting Education, (FIEP); Human Rights Congress for Bangladesh
Minorities (HRCBM); American Psychiatric Association; International Psychoanalytical Association;

The program examined the many aspects of traditional and newer information and communication technologies role in advancing the health,
development, human rights, justice, and social well-being of women with examples including South America, Asia, New Zealand, and the
Philippines.  


WELCOME REMARKS
Ms. Antar, PsyD. Chair, Committee on Mental Health (CMH), Member, Board of Directors of Communications Committee for the UN; Co-Convenor,
CMH Media/ICT & Mental Health Working Group

MODERATOR
Dr. Carll, PhD, Past Chair Committee on Mental Health (CMH); UN Representative ICW; President, CCCUN; Co-Convenor, CMH Media/ICT &
Mental Health Working Group

KEYNOTE
H.E. Mrs. Maria Christina Perceval, Ambassador & Permanent Representative of Argentina at the Mission of Argentina to United Nations New York

PARTICIPANTS
Jacob Kumaresan, M.D., Executive Director World Health Organization UN (WHO/UN), New York

Ms. Matheson, J.D., Senior Attorney & Program Manager, Video as Evidence Training Program, WITNESS Human Rights Organization

Ms. Rosca, Journalist, Philippines, Author of 7 books, AF3IRM, a transnational women's organization

Dr. Bradley, PhD, Study - Use of Mobile Technologies to Advance Women Fielding Graduate University


H.E. Ambassador María Cristina Perceval, the Permanent Representative of Argentina to the United Nations.  Until her latest appointment, Ms.
Perceval served as Under-Secretary for Human Rights at the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights in Buenos Aires from 2010.  In 2009, she was
Under-Secretary for Institutional Reform and Strengthening of Democracy in the Argentine Presidency.


Elected Senator for the province of Mendoza in 2001, and re-elected in 2003, Ms. Perceval served in the Senate, the upper house of the Argentine
National Congress, until 2009, during which time she presided over several committees, including the Committee on National Defence.  Before
entering politics, Ms. Perceval was Professor of advanced epistemology at the National University of Cuyo from 1998 to 2001, having previously
been Assistant Professor of the history of sciences, philosophy and metaphysics at the same institution between 1990 and 2001.

From 1988 to 1992, she was Project Director of Research on Epistemology, Gender Studies and Human Rights.  She founded and was Director of
the Institute of Social Management at the University of Aconcagua.
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Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to, she joined and an in-depth nationwide discussion on the Paris Climate Negotiations
on April 22, 2015.  The Road to the UN Climate Negotiations in Paris with Philip Moremen, Associate Professor, Seton Hall University

*****
You already know that 2015 is a banner year for our world: with the development of the Sustainable Development Goals and the
lead-up to the Climate Conference in Paris, it’s critical that everyone vocalize their support for a bold global agenda.
This December, for the first time in 20 years, COP21 - also known as the 2015 Paris Climate Conference - will convene nearly 50,000
participants from government, international organizations, UN agencies, NGOs, and civil society. These delegates will aim to craft a
plan with the goal of keeping climate change at bay for a sustainable and bright future for our planet.
Presented by the Seton Hall University's School of Diplomacy and International Relations, join Professor Philip Moremen for an inside
look at the road to Paris. Professor Moremen is an expert on public international law, international environmental law and policy, and
peace operations.

About our speaker:

Philip Moremen joined the School of Diplomacy and International Relations in the spring of 2000. His areas of expertise include public
international law, international environmental law and policy, and peace operations.

Professor Moremen's scholarship has addressed private enforcement of international law, customary international law, and post-conflict
peacebuilding. He has published in the Temple Law Review, the UCLA Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs, and the Harvard Journal
of International Law.

Professor Moremen is a Vice-President of the American Branch of the International Law Association and serves on its Executive Committee. He
is currently an at-large member of the the Faculty Senate Executive Committee. He is also the faculty adviser to the School's student
International Law Society. Learn more about Professor Moremen and his scholarship here.

LETTER TO DR. ANURITA KAPUR FROM MAYOR BILL DE BLASIO, MAYOR OF NEW YORK CITY

April 24, 2015

Happy Earth Day, Anurita!

As a coastal city, New York City is acutely vulnerable to the effects of climate change, so we take seriously the message of Earth Day. Our work
to lower emissions and to improve our city's resiliency against extreme weather has already made New Yorkers safer and our city a global
leader -- and that work is far from finished.

But we cannot be a sustainable and resilient city if we are not also an equal city. We need to make sure that, as our carbon footprint continues to
decrease, access to opportunity for all New Yorkers increases.

That's why, as part of this year's OneNYC plan, we're committing not only to dramatic reductions in carbon emissions and waste, but also to
lifting 800,000 New Yorkers out of poverty by 2025.

I want you to share your ideas for how we can make a better New York City together.

In 2013, nearly half of New York City residents were living below or near the poverty line.

That's unacceptable -- and any plan for our city's future needs to address that problem head on.

This plan affects all of us, so we want you to be a part of it.

Thanks,

Bill de Blasio
Mayor of New York City

In observance of the World Malaria Day on April 25, 2015 in Manhattan, New York, Dr. Anurita Kapur gave awareness about the
disease and its preventions and what her organization and other world renowned organizations like Bill & Melinda Gates are doing
about it.

Dr. Kapur also commended World Health Organization (WHO) for their great work in preventing this disease.  Dr. Kapur also read a
short briefing and theme that the World Health Organization had prepared for the World Malaria Day, such as:

World Malaria Day 2015: Invest in the future. Defeat malaria

The World Health Organization is calling for high-level commitment to the vision of a world free of malaria. The theme, set by the Roll
Back Malaria Partnership, is Invest in the future: Defeat malaria. This reflects the ambitious goals and targets set out in a draft post-
2015 strategy to be presented to the World Health Assembly in May. The new strategy aims to reduce malaria cases and deaths by
90% by 2030 from current levels. Four countries have been certified free of malaria in the last decade and the post-2015 strategy sets
the goal of eliminating the disease from a further 35 countries by 2030.

While huge gains in the fight against malaria have been made in recent years, the disease still has a devastating impact on people’s
health and livelihoods around the world, particularly in Africa, where it kills almost half a million children under 5 each year.
Effective tools to prevent and treat malaria already exist, but more funds are urgently required to make them available to the people
who need them and to combat emerging drug and insecticide resistance.
World Malaria Day is a chance to highlight the advances that have already been made in malaria prevention and control, and to
commit to continued investment and action to accelerate progress against this deadly disease.

The Attendees were:  Many Medical Doctors and Medical & various other Students.

LETTER TO DR. ANURITA KAPUR FROM MR. TED TURNER, CHAIRMAN OF UNITED NATIONS FOUNDATION FOR HER CONTRIBUTIONS FOR
THE NEPAL EARTHQUATE DISASTER.

April 29, 2015

Dear Dr. Anurita Kapur,

On behalf of our Board of Directors, I want to thank you for your generous contribution to the United Nations Foundation for the Nepal
Earthquake Disaster.  Your gift has been distributed to the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF).

Disasters strike fiercely and without warning, and when they happen, the world looks to the UN to lead the international response. Your gift will
provide predictable and timely funding to help people in their greatest hour of need.

To date, CERF has committed significant resources to humanitarian projects in countries affected by natural disasters and armed conflicts,
including recent commitments to the earthquakes in Haiti and China; cyclone-affected people in the Philippines and Myanmar; and to assist
Central African Republic refugees in Chad.

We hope you'll continue to visit UN Foundation for updates on the work of the UN Foundation and our diverse programs in support of the UN.

Thank you once again for your support together, we can make a difference in the lives of those who need us most.

Sincerely,

Ted Turner
Chairman, United Nations Foundation


Dr. Anurita Kapur is an Executive Board Member (she is the 3rd member from the top) since 2011 to present for the United Nations Assoc. &
United Nations Fdtns [Lead by Robert Edward Turner III popular name: "Ted Turner" (he is known as Media Tycoon net worth $2.1 Billion) who
is the founder of the worldwide Cable News Network Channel (CNN), WTBS, MGM, Turner Entertainment, TNT & Cartoon Network, & Turner
Foundation.]

Dr. Anurita Kapur was invited by The Weill Cornell Clinical and Translational Science Center (CTSC), she attended Playing God: The
Rock Opera.  The New York City community joined the conversation about the ethics of genetic interventions, including “designer
babies” and “savior siblings,” at a presentation of the new rock opera Playing God, created by Finnish bioethicists and musicians
Matti Häyry and Tuija Takala and legendary drummer Corky Laing (of the celebrated rock band Mountain).  Performed in Switzerland
and Finland, Playing God is made its U.S. debut at the Danny Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College on April 23, 2015.

A New Tool for Bioethics Education and Public Engagement

Playing God: The Rock Opera is an idea for bioethics education that involves musical performances with visual elements, possibly
together with directed discussions and academic lectures. Currently it exists in CD format that has been distributed internationally to
general classic rock audiences. The album has received critical acclaim and it has been likened to such pieces as Tommy, The Wall
and Rocky Horror Picture Show. The Opera has been performed live in Switzerland and in Finland and its concept has been
presented in a number of international bioethics conferences. Playing God tells the story of a fictional small town whose inhabitants
have enjoyed the benefits of gene technology for decades. Two of the writers are academic philosophers and the topics covered -
designer babies, immortality treatments, savior siblings, cloning and gene therapy - arise directly from their published research.
Through the music and the characters the audience is invited to study their own ethical convictions. Playing God does not give
normative answers, rather it encourages, in an open ended way, people to think about parental choices, perfection, identity and what
it means to be human in a world with an increasing number of genetic interventions available.

Playing God tells the story of a fictional small town whose inhabitants have enjoyed the benefits of gene technology for decades. As
the paths of the young characters—whose lives, loves and futures have been shaped by genetic intervention—collide, the secrets,
sacrifices and ethical compromises of the community are exposed. Through the story, music and characters, Playing God challenges
the audience to study their own ethical convictions, raising open-ended questions about parental choices, perfection, identity and
what it means to be human in a world when our fundamental genes are open to manipulation. Playing God has been critically praised
and likened to such classic rock theatre pieces as Tommy, The Wall and the Rocky Horror Picture Show.

Following the performance, there was an ethics panel discussion moderated by Joseph J. Fins, MD, The E. William Davis, Jr. MD,
Professor of Medical Ethics and Chief of the Division of Medical Ethics, Weill Cornell Medical College, and Director of the Research
Ethics Consultation Service, Weill Cornell CTSC.

LETTER TO DR. ANURITA KAPUR FROM MR. BRUCE LINDSEY, CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF CLINTON FOUNDATION

May 5, 2015

Dear Dr. Anurita Kapur,

For the past week, President Clinton and Chelsea have been in Africa meeting people who are directly implementing, participating in, and
benefiting from our projects. This is life-changing work that has been made possible through your support, and I wanted to take this
opportunity to say thank you.

Along with our partners and CGI commitment makers, we're working hand-in-hand with smallholder farmers in Tanzania to help them improve
their harvests and increase their incomes, building new technology to combat climate change in Kenya, and bringing lifesaving vaccines to
people in hard-to-reach places.

Across all this work, one thing is clear: when people work together, extraordinary progress is possible. And while this work may not make
headlines, it is making a difference in the lives of so many.

You have been part of our amazing journey, and we hope you're as proud as we are of the results. You can see some of those results with us,
which features interactive stories, videos and maps of our work in Africa – and shares why we couldn't be more optimistic about the future.

We appreciate all that you do. Thank you for your commitment to building a better world.

Sincerely,

Bruce R. Lindsey
Chairman of the Board, Clinton Foundation

Dr. Anurita Kapur is a supporter of the Clinton Foundation, the Founder is the former U.S. President, Bill Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, former
U.S. Secretary of State and their daughter, Chelsea Clinton
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Dr. Anurita Kapur was invited by Barrister Dawood Ghazanavi.  Anurita attended this Protest and joined as a supporter at the
Movement for Voting Rights by the Election Commission and Supreme Court of Pakistan.  This was held at the Pakistan Consulate on
May 1, 2015.  It was told that Anurita was the first lady to arrive at this Historical Event for Pakistan.  At the request of Dawood's
family, she helped them by Hand-Writing 4 Posters in English (see pictures below).  Please note all the contents hand-written by
Anurita were given to her by Dawood Ghazanavi's family.

Charter of Demand from Overseas American Pakistani was presented to Government of Pakistan, through Consul General of New
York "Raja Ali Ejaz".  Consul General Raja Ali Ejaz accepted the Charter of Demand in-person and in-front of social media.  
This Event was covered by major Pakistani Media and attended by the Pakistani-American Community.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended an Event:  In Commemoration of World Press Freedom Day, Finding Security in Unsafe
Passages.  A United Nations Event about Protecting Journalists' Safety and Rights.  
Held at the United Nations Headquarters in New York on May 7, 2015.  

Over the past decade, more than 700 journalists have been killed for bringing news and information to the public. However, only one
in ten cases committed against media workers during that same time has led to a conviction. This impunity emboldens the
perpetrators of the crimes and at the same time has a chilling effect on society including journalists themselves. This event will delve
into the real wide range of risks journalists face every day. Experts will offer physical safety tips, strategies for dealing with trauma,
contract advice for protecting sources and copyrights and identifying cybersecurity risks. Attendees will gain an insider's view of
international efforts to promote freedom of the press and end impunity for crimes against journalists.

PROGRAM
Film Clip Shown -- "The Essence of Terror"
Opening Remarks - Jon Williams, ABC News, Moderator;
Alexandria Faiz, IFJ; Dr. Carll, CCCUN
Keynote Address - H.E. Ms. Bénédicte Frankinet, Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Belgium to the United Nations
Panel - International Efforts to Protect Freedom of the Press and End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists
H.E. Mr. François Delattre, Ambassador, Permanent Representative of France to the United Nations
Ernest Sagaga, IFJ; Karin Deutsch Karlekar, PEN America
Presentation-Discussion - New Research Findings about How Journalists Face Trauma
Patrice Keats, Ph.D., Simon Fraser University
Interactive Safety Demonstration - Frank Smyth, Founder and Executive Director, Global Journalist Security
Panel - Protecting Sources, Copyright Infringement, and Cybersecurity Risks
Herb Boyd, Award-Winning Freelance Reporter; Susan E. Davis, National Writers Union;
Charles Seife, New York University

BIOGRAPHIES OF PARTICPANTS/PANELISTS:

MODERATOR:  Jon Williams
Managing Editor for international news at ABC News. Prior to his current role with ABC News, Williams spent seven years as world
editor at the BBC, where he managed a staff of 200 people in 30 different countries. As the executive running the BBC's field
operations, Williams led crisis management teams following the murder of one colleague by terrorists and the five-month kidnap of
another, which ultimately ended with his safe return.

KEYNOTE:  H.E. Ms. Bénédicte Frankinet
Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Belgium to the United Nations. Before her appointment as Belgium’s ambassador to
the UN in 2013, Ms. Frankinet was Ambassador to Israel since 2008, after she previously served as Director for the United Nations at
the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Brussels from 2003. Ms. Frankinet holds degrees in political science, social science and journalism
from the Free University of Brussels.

PARTICIPANTS:  H.E. Mr. François Delattre
Ambassador, Permanent Representative of France to the United Nations. Ambassador Delattre was appointed Permanent
Representative of France to the United Nations on September 2, 2014, after serving as Ambassador of France to the United States
(2011–2014), Ambassador of France to Canada (2008–2011), Consul General in New York (2004–2008) and Press and
Communications Director at the French Embassy in Washington, D.C. (1998–2002).

Herb Boyd
Award-winning author and journalist who has published a number of books and countless articles for national magazines and
newspapers. His most recent publication is The Diary of Malcolm X, co-edited with Ilyasah Shabazz. Black Detroit: A People’s History
is forthcoming from Amistad Press. Brotherman, co-edited with Robert Allen of the journal The Black Scholar, received the American
Book Award for nonfiction.  

Dr. Elizabeth Carll
President of the Communications Coordination Committee for the United Nations and UN Representative for the International Council
of Women. She is a trauma and health psychologist and immediate past chair and executive committee member of the United Nations
NGO Committee on Mental Health and founder of the Media/ICT Working Group of the Committee and a former president of the
Media & Technology Division of APA.

Susan E. Davis
National Contract Advisor at the National Writers Union. She is the author of four nonfiction books on the arts and women’s health,
as well as a pro-choice novel, Love Means Second Chances. She is also a columnist for a progressive weekly. She has been a
member of the National Writers Union since 1987, its National Contract Advisor since 2007, and a co-chair of its Book Division since
2005.

Alexandria Faiz, O.P.
Trustee of the National Writers Union and ECOSOC NGO Representative for the International Federation of Journalists. She leads the
communications committee for the UN Foundation's United Nations Association and has a monthly column about global affairs in
eLumen, a regional Catholic newsletter. In 2014, she was recognized with first- and third-place journalism awards from the Metro NY
Labor Communications Council.

Karin Deutsch Karlekar
Director of PEN’s Free Expression Programs. She focuses on global press freedom, digital rights, and broad freedom of expression
issues. Prior to joining PEN, she served from 2001–15 as director of Freedom House’s Freedom of the Press project, coordinating the
production of a flagship annual report that tracks trends in global media freedom and rates every country in the world.

Dr. Patrice Keats
Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education (Counseling Psychology Program) at Simon Fraser University. Her program of
research and primary therapeutic practice is in the field of traumatic stress. She has conducted research, written, and presented
scholarly papers on the constructs of vicarious witnessing and secondary traumatic stress in a variety of populations; journalism
and trauma; and sexual and domestic abuse.

Ernest Sagaga
Head, Human Rights at International Federation of Journalists. He deals daily with the conditions with which journalists work and
fighting for their rights internationally. Prior to his position at IFJ, he was the Spokesperson for the International Criminal Court in
The Hague and was a Journalist for the BBC World Service in London for seven years.

Charles Seife
Professor of science, health, and environmental reporting at New York University. Before joining the Department of Journalismat
NYU, Seife was a writer for Science magazine, specializing in physics and mathematics, and had been a United States correspondent
for New Scientist. Seife’s freelance work has appeared in The Economist, Scientific American, TheWashington Post, and other
publications.

Frank Smyth
Founder and Executive Director of Global Journalist Security. He is also Senior Adviser for Journalist Security at the Committee to
Protect. He has covered armed conflicts, organized crime, and human rights abuses in many countries, including in Iraq, where he
was imprisoned for 18 days in 1991. He has been awarded for both his investigative journalism and his service to the journalism
community.
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Barrister Dawood Ghazanavi, he is fighting for the Overseas Right to Vote in Pakistan & Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D.
Dr. Naqvi, M.D., President of the Poetry Organization  
& Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D.
H.E. Ambassador Nicholas Emilious, Permanent Representative of Cyprus to the United Nations, Dr. Jacob Kumaresan, Executive
Director, World Health Organization (WHO) in New York, H.E. Ambassador Karel J.G. van Oosterom, Permanent Representative of the
Kingdom of the Netherlands to the United Nations, Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D. Founder of Livingston Medical Groups
and Ms. Sharon Brennen-haylock, Director, FAO Liaison Office to the United Nations.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended WORLD HEALTH DAY 2015 Hosted by World Health Organization (WHO) on April 7, 2015 at
the United Nations Headquarters.

Panel discussion in commemoration of World Health Day 2015: How safe is your food?  From farm to plate make food safe.  
The Panelists were:
Dr. Jacob Kumaresan, Executive Director, WHO office in New York
H.E. Mr. Nicholas Emiliou, Vice President of the 69th session of the UN General Assembly
H.E. Mr. Karel J.G. van Oosterom, Permanent Representative of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to the UN
Dr. Simin Nikbin Meydani, Director, JM USDA-HNRCA at Tufts University
Ms. Sharon Brennen-Haylock, Director, FAO Liaison Office to the UN

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended an Event organized by Barrister Dawood Ghazanavi.  He addressed to the Overseas
Pakistani Christian Community about their Minority Rights case progress and requested them to join the protest for right of vote to
overseas Pakistanis.  This event was held at the Church of Overseas Pakistani Christian Community in New York on April 12, 2015.  
Barrister Dawood Ghazanavi, Dr. Anurita Kapur, Pastor of Pakistani Christian Church and other supporters for the Overseas Pakistanis Right to Vote in Pakistan.
Dr. Kumaresan, M.D., Director of the World Health Organization
(WHO) and Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D.
H.E. Ambassador Maria Cristina Perceval, the Permanent
Representative of Argentina  and Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D.
Ambassador Barbara Jones, Consul General of Ireland
and Dr. Anurita Kapur
Mr. Shivnan, Administrative Attache of Ireland
and Dr. Anurita Kapur

Dr. Anurita Kapur was invited to and attended a Business and Financial Conference Hosted by the Chinese Business Community in
New York in April, 2015 at the Sheraton Hotel.  Anurita discussed Medical Facilities and Healthcare Services her company renders and
possible collaborations with the various entities of the Chinese Community.  This was very well received by the attendees.  
The Attendees were:Several Chinese Community Members included Financial Leader, Religious Leader, etc..
Barrister Dawood Ghazanavi and Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D.
Barrister Dawood Ghazanavi and H.E. Ambassador Raja
Ali Ejaz, Consul General of Pakistan receiving the
Order of the Supreme Court of Pakistan and Election
Commission 2015
Barrister Choudhry Sultan Mehmood, Former Prime
Minister of Kashmir and Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D.
During her speech, Dr. Anurita Kapur welcomed Barrister Choudhry Sultan Mehmood, Former Prime Minister of Kashmir to New York and discussed her
medical services and healthcare projects.
H.E. Ambassador François Delattre, Permanent Representative of France to the United Nations and Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D.
H.E. Ms. Bénédicte Frankinet
Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Belgium to
the United Nations and Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D.
Jon Williams, Managing Editor for International News
at ABC News and Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D.
Dawood Ghazanavi's family and Anurita at the Pakistan Consulate in New York
Community Leader
Mr. Bhatt, Pakistan Tehreeke Insaaf New York Leader

Dr. Anurita Kapur was invited to and attended a PTI Celebration Event for the Former Prime Minister of Kashmir, Barrister Choudhry
Sultan Mehmood's Victory in Kashmir Elections and joining Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf.  The Event was celebrated by the PTI Leaders
in New York and the Kashmiri Community in New York on Friday, May 8, 2015.  This was a historical event in the history of New York.

Barrister Choudhry Sultan Mehmood is the Former Prime Minister of Kashmir.  During the Event, Anurita was invited to deliver a
speech on the stage.  Anurita welcomed Barrister Choudhry Sultan Mehmood in New York and wished him well for his victory during
the recent elections.  Anurita stated that she wants to build a Hospital in Kashmir and would like to team up with Barrister Sultan for
her Medical Projects, this was very well received by the Barrister and all the attendees.   Anurita also welcomed and commended the
work of PTI.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI ) is a Political Party headed by the world-famous cricketer Imran Khan.

This Event was covered by major Pakistani Media and attended by the Pakistani-American and Kashmiri-American Community.

Dr. Anurita Kapur was invited to and attended a PTI Celebration Event for the Former Prime Minister of Kashmir, Barrister Choudhry
Sultan Mehmood's Victory in Kashmir Elections and joining Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf.  The Event was celebrated by the PTI Leaders
in New York and the Kashmiri Community in New York on Friday, May 8, 2015.  This was a historical event in the history of New York.

Barrister Choudhry Sultan Mehmood is the Former Prime Minister of Kashmir.  During the Event, Anurita was invited to deliver a
speech on the stage.  Anurita welcomed Barrister Choudhry Sultan Mehmood in New York and wished him well for his victory during
the recent elections.  Anurita stated that she wants to build a Hospital in Kashmir and would like to team up with Barrister Sultan for
her Medical Projects, this was very well received by the Barrister and all the attendees.   Anurita also welcomed and commended the
work of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) headed by Mr. Imran Khan the former cricket captain of National Pakistan Cricket Team.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI ) is a Political Party headed by the world-famous cricketer Imran Khan.

This Event was covered by major Pakistani Media and attended by the Pakistani-American and Kashmiri-American Community.

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