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(PRWEB) September 30, 2006

In his Biko Memorial Lecture, Archbishop Desmond Tutu called for a South Africa “where everyone respects themselves, has a positive self-image filled with proper self esteem and holds others in high regards.”

In his speech, the archbishop pointed to the need for internal branding of government at all levels: “There are offices and shops that are a pleasure to enter. The shop assistants are courteous, friendly, smiling and eager to help, as are also certain offices – but there are others where they think they are doing you a favour. There are municipal, provincial government… Continue reading

(PRWEB) October 5, 2006

In his Biko Memorial Lecture, Archbishop Desmond Tutu called for a South Africa “where everyone respects themselves, has a positive self-image filled with proper self esteem and holds others in high regards.”

In his speech, the archbishop pointed to the need for internal branding of government at all levels: “There are offices and shops that are a pleasure to enter. The shop assistants are courteous, friendly, smiling and eager to help, as are also certain offices – but there are others where they think they are doing you a favour. There are municipal, provincial government… Continue reading

Washington, DC (PRWEB) November 14, 2011

On the 5-year anniversary of the United Nations Foundations Nothing But Nets campaign, UN Foundation Founder and Chairman Ted Turner released the following statement:

On November 14, the UN Foundations Nothing But Nets campaign commemorates its fifth anniversary and celebrates the significant progress made in the fight against malaria.

In five years, Nothing But Nets has made history by bringing together the worlds largest grassroots network of partners and supporters to protect families in Africa from malaria. Hundreds of thousands of people have helped Nothing But Nets send more than 6 million… Continue reading

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