Welcome to the blog of the 2013-2014 U.S. Youth Observer at the United Nations! As the U.S. Youth Observer, I attended events in NYC during UN General Assembly week, as well as a number of events around the Social, Humanitarian Cultural Affairs Committee of the General Assembly in October. In addition, I am traveling to speak about the UNâ€™s work at public events and at UNA-USA Chapters around the country, blog, tweet and discuss my experiences with the general public, and advise UNA-USA on potential future youth roles at the UN. I hope this blog will serve as an exciting, engaging forum for discussing global youth issues and youth roles at the UN!
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October 18, 2013
On October 11, 2013 I got to celebrate the International Day of the Girl at the United Nations. I started my day off meeting with other youth delegates to the United Nations from around the world. Read more >>
September 24, 2013
In a week full of remarkable speeches coming out of the UN General Assembly and the Social Good Summit, itâ€™s hard to pick a favorite. But a couple really stood out for me today. Read more >>
September 24, 2013
One of the things that fascinated me most about my first day as the U.S. Youth Observer was the amount of passion that global leaders have towards getting more youth involved in global issues and getting our voices heard. Read more >>
Photo Gallery: 2013 UN General Assembly Week
Tiffany sits with U.S. Department of State's William Pope as part of U.S. delegation during the United Nations General Assembly Debate.
Tiffany spends some time with Girl Up Teen Reporters Alex Leone and Giuliana Gabellini at the Social Good Summit.
Tiffany discusses youth issues over lunch with Acting Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs Dean Pittman.
Special Advisor to Secretary of State John Kerry on Youth Issues Zeenat Rahman meets Tiffany at the Social Good Summit in New York.
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