Yearly Archives: 2010
UN Women’s Under-Secretary-General and former Chilean president, Michelle Bachelet, joined the “1billionhungry” Project from the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), adding her signature to those of 85,000 people fighting to end hunger all around the world.
The first head of the new United Nations super-agency on female empowerment today voiced hope that the body will be a “strong champion” of gender equality and hasten existing UN efforts to advance the cause of women and girls.
Ms. Michelle Bachelet, the new Executive Director and Under-Secretary-General of UN Women, spoke to the press at the Spokeperson’s Noon Briefing, 22 September 2010.
The staff of UN Women enthusiastically welcomes the appointment of Michelle Bachelet as the first Executive Director and Under-Secretary-General of UN Women.
The newly announced head of United Nations Women said today that she would bring all of her experience and good relations with heads of State and government to help fight discrimination and boost opportunities for women and girls worldwide.
(Español) La ex presidenta de Chile, Michelle Bachelet describió su nombramiento al frente de ONU Mujeres como un enorme desafío que acoge con beneplácito.
The new head of UN Women, the former President of Chile, Michelle Bachelet, talks to UN Radio about her plans for the new entity.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today named former Chilean president Michelle Bachelet to head UN Women, a newly created entity to oversee all of the world body’s programmes aimed at promoting women’s rights and full participation in global affairs.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon announced on 14 September 2010 the appointment of former Chilean President Michelle Bachelet as the Under-Secretary-General to head the newly established UN Women.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today named former Chilean president Michelle Bachelet to head United Nations Women (UN Women), a newly created entity to oversee all of the world body’s programmes aimed at promoting women’s rights and full participation in global affairs.