Today, in recognition of the 75th Anniversary of UN Charter Day - June 26th - OEF is announcing its partnership with a handful of other institutions in launching plans to host the UN75 Global Governance Forum which seeks to foster a more inclusive and effective United Nations equipped to effectively navigate the increasingly complex problems we will face in the years ahead.
One Earth Future News
Just as the COVID-19 pandemic has shown the limits of rigid, centralized approaches to problem-solving, it is proving that we have the capability to find new ways forward.
It is well documented that women are critical participants in all aspects of society and positive social change. Every day, One Earth Future’s work orchestrating peacebuilding programs around the world is being led by women who are dedicated to solving complex problems at the root of conflict.
Once rescheduled, One Earth Future will join more than 1,000 community members and over 100 Colorado organizations in Denver for Women Powering Change, a powerful annual event that highlights the critical and necessary roles of women in creating a more sustainable, secure, and just world.
One Earth Future and his family are grieving the loss of Bud Rosenthal after his death in late February. Bud contributed significantly to OEF’s work and culture in the relatively short time he acted as Chief Operating Officer.
The op-ed suggests that the renewal would provide an opportunity to rebuild trust between the world’s two great nuclear powers, the United States and Russia, and reaffirm the only current agreement that limits the size of American and Russian nuclear forces and provides vital verification and transparency measures.
A letter from Jon Bellish - VP of Strategy
When I look back at One Earth Future Foundation’s last decade, what strikes me is the number of “firsts” we’ve ushered into the world. The first credit guarantee scheme in the Somali region. The first unified, national approach to fisheries data collection in Somalia since the civil war erupted.