Alisa Clarke – International organizations : catalyst of global well-being

Alisa Clarke has given a talk at International Assizes of Happiness in Sète in September 2012.

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Ms. Clarke holds an M.Phil in International Relations and  began her career at the University of the West Indies in Trinidad.

She served as a UN staff member from 1997-2006 (UNITAR, UNRISDUNCTAD and OHCHR) based in Switzerland, with global experience including as OIC of the OHCHR Regional Office for Southern Africa in South Africa and Acting Coordinator of the Action 2 Global Program on human rights mainstreaming in the UN system in New York.

Ms. Alisa Clarke has developed the organization Global Vision Institute (GVI) and its predecessor initiatives since 2003. These have supported the fulfillment of UN universal values through individual and organizational awareness and change in and around the UN system.

She is a periodic consultant with the UN on human rights and development; author on human rights, development, international relations and the UN; and a certified trainer, life coach and yoga teacher Now based in New York, she works on GVI and on projects with the UN.

Abstract of Alisa Clarke’s talk in Sète
Listen to Alisa Clarke’s talk in Sète

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