Sara Kianpour

Sara is the Senior Campaigns Manager - France at ONE, Previously she was the Communication Officer - France at United Nations Millennium Campaign, Head of Communication and PR at Doha Centre for Media Freedom, Qatar.

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Short film contest: ‘How do you see the world today?’

On September 6th 2000, under the aegis of the United Nations, 189 state leaders signed the Millennium Declaration and made a commitment for 8 ambitious objectives: drastically reducing extreme poverty, hunger, HIV and malaria, illiteracy, the degradation of the environment, discrimination toward women, child mortality but als......
Updates from the G20 Summit: Getting development on the agenda

Updates from the G20 Summit: Getting development on the agenda

The G20 summit is officially starting today in Cannes, at 12 pm CET. So far, France, which chairs the Summit this year, has called for a common and sustainable dynamic for development. However, tensions about the Euro crisis may overshadow action against global poverty at this year’s conference. “Development will ......
G(irls)20 Summit: 3.3 billion ways to change the world

G(irls)20 Summit: 3.3 billion ways to change the world

Photo courtesy of GirlsandWomen.com.The second edition of the G(irls)20 Summit opened today in Paris, and will run until October 21. Because girls and women are half of humanity and that they are always the first affected by the different global challenges, this international summit is dedicated to women and to solutions they......

Four recommendations for the G20’s agriculture ministers

Sara Kianpour from our ONE France office reports on the G20 Agriculture meeting in Paris. G20 ministers of agriculture are in Paris this week to decide the fate of the entire world’s small holder farmers. These small farmers spend between 50 and 80 percent of their income on food, and in the 21st century, this…...

From the G8: A mixed record for this first day

Sara Kianpour from our ONE France office reports live from the G8 in Deauville. The first elements of the final communique were revealed in the press. The Arab spring and democracy in North Africa placed high on the agenda. At ONE, we are delighted. However, we believe it is essential that the G8 efforts affect…...