FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Lucas Swanepoel, Esq
212-370-7885 Ext. 26
New York, NY, Jan. 30 – On Friday, February 3, 2012 1:15 to 2:45 p.m.
, the Permanent Observer Mission of the Holy See Mission, and its co-sponsors, New Humanity and the International Association of the Economy of Communion will host a parallel event on the occasion of the United Nations Commission on Social Development entitled:
The Economy of Communion in Freedom:
Ongoing Developments in the Fight for the Eradication of Poverty
at United Nations Headquarters in New York, Conference Room 4 (TNLB).
The main presenters will be Ms. Claudia Herrero Martins Menegassi
, Representative, Brazilian Association of the Economy of Communion, Mr. Alexis Nsabimana
, Member, African Economy of Communion Commission, Mr. John Mundell, Member International Economy of Communion Commission U.S.A and President of Mundell & Associates, Inc., Mr. John Paul Flores Yumul
, Representative, Economy of Communion of the Philippines, and Ms. Elizabeth Garlow
, Director, North American Economy of Communion Commission.
The side event will address work of New Humanity and the International Association of the Economy of Communion and their efforts to develop and expand the economy of communion. The initial inspiration of the economy of communion came from within a global religious community in Sao Paulo, Brazil; twenty years of steady global expansion to an operating business network of over 800 companies; relationship-building, profit-sharing and redistribution; development of model industrial parks networked with an active global community; concrete examples of programs for development and poverty eradication; the spreading of a ‘culture of giving’ within economic and development ideas in academic and socially-responsible business settings.
[If you will need a pass to enter the United Nations, a limited number of passes are available so you must RSVP by February 1st, 2012, preferably by e-mailing email@example.com or by calling (212) 370-7885. Enter the United Nations at 46th Street Visitors’ Entrance. Photo ID also required for admission.
For more information about the Permanent Observer Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations,
please visit www.holyseemission.org.