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07 September 2007


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New programme assistants begin United Nations work
Three new programme assistants have begun work at the Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO) in Geneva this week
  • One, Kenyan Yvette Issar, is working with director David Atwood on the peace and disarmanent programme
  • Yvette, who was an attender at Earlham College Meeting until moving to Geneva, is the Britain Yearly Meeting-sponsored assistant and as well as programme work will be involved in activities such as helping to organise the office's annual UN summer school


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