Girl Up, the United Nations Foundation’s adolescent girl campaign, is working with British model and actress Cara Delevingne as a Girl Up Champion through a partnership facilitated by Uncommon Union. Cara represents more than half a million Girl Up supporters worldwide.
Luis Moreno Ocampo, former chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, has prosecuted some of the world’s most notorious warlords and presidents. Uncommon Union worked with The Economist to reveal how he did it.
Uncommon Union is helping to build awareness and support to meet a growing global legal aid crisis as part of the United Nations Development Goals. Failures of public defender systems are a growing problems for developed and developing nations alike.
MS. MURAD’S QUEST POSES AN ACUTE TEST FOR THE PROMISE OF INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE
This week, Ms. Murad clinched a small, but important victory. Her country, Iraq, agreed to let the Security Council appoint a panel of independent investigators to gather evidence of the most serious crimes committed by the Islamic State and not just those against Yazidis. Lacking that, the Security Council would have had to adopt a resolution to create such a panel.
Uncommon Union accompanied former ICC Prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampo to Colombia to manage communications in conjunction with the signing of the peace agreement between the FARC guerrillas and the government.
Uncommon Union helps Hugh Jackman's Laughing Man Coffee & Tea tell about supply chains and people behind better products. Building support for organic and fair trade coffee is one way to protect the environment while lifting communities out of poverty.
“It’s On U” initiated the campaign to bring ISIS before the International Criminal Court and helped to establish a mechanism to collect evidence of Human Rights violations committed against the Yazidis.
Uncommon Union helps theory meet practice as developers the Google's original, award winning Solve For X website. The conference brought together leaders in research, industry, and culture to address problems we face.
Uncommon Union assisted Haitian-based businesses to gain distribution from retailers to provide employment for earthquake refugees and their families. Jobs creation remains a central challenge in rebuilding and advancing a more prosperous Haiti.