July 4, 2018 - Faces of Hope - United Nations Arts Initiative Book Release

Faces of Hope is a United Nations Arts Initiative project inspired by the collaboration of Anthony Stephen Malone, The Rogue Warrior and Stephen M. Apatow, Unconventional Leadership Development: From "Living On The Edge" to being the "Cutting Edge."

Faces of Hope

Faces of Hope is a United Nations Arts Initiative project inspired by the collaboration of Anthony Stephen Malone, The Rogue Warrior and Stephen M. Apatow, Unconventional Leadership Development: From "Living On The Edge" to being the "Cutting Edge."

Anthony's photos from the field, connect the audience to the lives of those on the grassroots village levels in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan, before the entire Middle East spiraled into a humanitarian and security emergency (2008-2016). Our vision and focus is to mobilize Village Stability Operations as a strategic objective of global Stabilization, Security, Transition and Reconstruction (SSTR) Operations, in a Comprehensive Approach (NATO Library Guides).

All proceeds go to the UN NGO Humanitarian Resource Institute (HRI: U.S. 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization), and programs that include the Global Special Operations Network: Intelligence - Defense - Interpol - LEO Fusion Support, Humanitarian University Consortium, and United Nations Arts Initiative.

The mission of Arts Integration Into Education through the United Nations Arts Initiative is to connect educators and artists, who have the innovation, creativity and a connection with the grassroots level in 193 UN member countries, to impact prioritized humanitarian emergencies and relief operations. These efforts include participation with strategic planning, critical analysis, expert think tank development for background discussions, peer-reviewed data compilation and communications that engage decision makers and audiences in a target demographic.

The eBook and high gloss photo book of "Faces of Hope - United Nations Arts Initiative" will be available through Amazon.

Google - Country Goes Global

In 2016, Country Music Association Artist and founder of the United Nations Arts Initiative, H-II Stephen Michael Apatow, released the album "Country Goes Global," introducing Arts Integration Into Education and the genre to an international audience in 193 UN member countries.

Soundtracks include:

The American Way: Reflecting on De Oppresso Liber: Advocacy, Mediation and Policy Development Support.

Special Forces Prayer: Written in 1961 for William Pelham "Bill" Yarborough by SF Chaplain John Stevey, the 7th SFG (ABN) Chaplain.

The Soldiers Tear: Adapted from "Music & Prejudice," Words from Thomas Haynes Bayly, 1797-1829. Chorus builds upon the unified message of love being the focus, of every faith group, in the interfaith community. -- The Ultimate Objective: Humanitarian Resource Institute.

"Country Goes Global" is currently spotlighted on the H-II iHeartRadio Station, and broadcast quality soundtracks are available to global radio stations through AirPlay Direct.

Source: Humanitarian Resource Institute


Categories: Education

Tags: Arts, Defense, FAO, iHeartRadio, Relief, Security, UN, UNESCO, UNHCR, WHO


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