Saturday, 18 December 2010
After nine months of nourishment, Nations United (the film and the campaign) has grown and diversified into a vast system of bridges; linking ideas, projects, peoples and nations together. Now reaching over 78 countries, with film centers either currently established or being developed in these countries. Nations United is also well into production of its first feature film, ‚ÄòNations United ‚Äì The Film.‚Äô Set for release later in the 2011. The script is nearing completion and important casting choices are underway.
Right now Nations United is acting as the bridge between different causes, campaigns and projects throughout the world. During the holiday season, we ask you to take this opportunity to help these communities; In Lebanon, the Women‚Äôs Humanitarian Organization (PALWHO) sponsors Palestinian refugee women to attend the Beirut-Arab University to study Women‚Äôs Studies; In South Africa, Girls & Football SA encourage young South African women to take larger roles in their communities through the game of soccer. In Kiev, Ukraine, The Child Well-being Fund Ukraine is working diligently towards creating conditions in which young children can foster and develop into strong members of their community. Please get in-touch with Nations United to help support these wonderful programs.
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[caption id="attachment_2149" align="alignnone" width="300" caption="Jeff teaching in Beirut, Lebanon "][/caption]
Follow this link to read the full post by Chaker Khazaal: http://www.nationsunited.org/happy-holidays/
Nations United Featured Friend for the month
I am also happy to announce that Thexyz Network is the featured friend of Nations United this month. This includes our banner on every page of the site, on the right hand side and I write up on the featured friends page.
Read the full write on the Nations United friends page: http://www.nationsunited.org/friends/
Jeff is back from Lebanon
Jeffrey Barry, director of the Artists United for Nations United (AINU) campaign is completing his first international assignment in Lebanon.
Watch videos clips via the links below:
Nations United Webmaster
As I manage Nations United web services through Thexyz Network, I have also included a post on the Nations United blog about some of the new services we are able to provide through Thexyz.com and Thexyz Network. You can read the full post here: http://www.nationsunited.org/social-networking-through-multiple-platforms/