Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals Agenda 21 and 2030 (SDG)
Ambassador- Mark- Andre Blanchard–permanent representative to the United Nations
Braulio Ferreira De Sauza Dais-Executive Secretary, convention on Biological Diversity
Denise Otis————————UNHCR-United Nation High Commissioner for Refugees
Francoise Bertrand—————Chair UNA-Canada United Nurses of Alberta
Henry Paul Normandin———-Director International Relations City of Montreal
Kathryn White——————–President and CEO UNA of Canada
Sebastien Goupit—————–Canadian Commission to UNESO
Toru Hasegawa——————-Department Director Economic Development of the Air Transportation Bureau ICHO
Silvia Montoya——————–Director Institution for Statistics UNESCO
Francois LaRochelle————-President Grand Montreal ACNU
UNESCO-United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization
ICAO—–International Civil Aviation Organization
ACNU—Association Canadian for United Nations
PERMANENT MISSION OF CANADA TO THE UNITED NATIONS
The permanent mission of Canada is the primary channel for communications between the Canadian government and the United Nations headquarters in New York City. Marc-Andre is the permanent representative to the United Nations, he leads the delegation through diplomacy negotiations and daily monitoring of UN activities we work to advance Canada’s interests and promote international development, security and human rights.
Canada has been active in the United Nations since 1945 and played key roles in drafting the UN Charter an international treaty and basic principles of international relations. Through treaties, dialogue, negotiations, relationships, the UN helps to preserve out sovereignty. It is an indispensable global organization for a globalizing world.
CANADA’S ROLE IN THE US
Overall relations with the UN and delegations of member countries, including Security Council, the General Assembly, the Economic and Social Council, UNDP, UNICEF, and the Peace Keeping Operations.
CANADA’S ROLE TO THE UN IN GENEVA
Responsible for the offices in Geneva and delegations of member countries, The World Health Organization, The International Labour Organization, The High Commissioner for Refugees for Human Rights, and The Conference on Disarmament.
CANADA’S ROLE TO UNESCO IN PARIS
Responsible for United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organizations.
CANADA’S ROLE TO THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS IN VIENNA
Responsible for the Atomic Energy Agency
CANADA’S ROLE IN NAIROBI FOR THE UN
Relations for the center for human settlements UN-HABITAT and Environment Programs UNEP
CANADA’S ROLE IN ROME FOR FAO
Responsible for relations with the Food and Agriculture Organization the world food program, and the International Fund for Agriculture Development
CANADA’S ROLE IN MONTREAL FOR THE ICAO
Responsible for the Civil Aviation Organization
Executive Secretary, convention on Biological Diversity
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