In response to statements that U.S. assistance to Palestinian refugees may be cut or blocked, BWC President Peter Yeo advises that “U.S. aid benefits the region and ultimately, U.S. allies.”
Better World Campaign President Peter Yeo advises, “American interests and those of Israel are best served by full U.S. support and engagement with the UN.”
Exactly one month after President Trump and Ambassador Nikki Haley’s first appearance at the United Nations General Assembly, a new bipartisan poll released today by the Better World Campaign finds that 65 percent of Republicans and specifically 58 percent of Trump voters agree the UN is still needed…
The withdrawal from UNESCO will be a loss for America’s pursuit of human rights and democracy, press freedom, and education for all.
Senate Appropriations bill reinforces continued American commitment to funding int'l priorities & the UN.
BWC President Peter Yeo issued the following statement on the confirmation of Kelley Currie as the new U.S. Representative to the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations:
The bill would weaken the UN’s ability to tackle major global crises, stresses the Better World Campaign
Protecting our investments in foreign aid and the United Nations is vital to the Administration’s national security priorities, stresses the Better World Campaign.
Despite a decade-long streak of bipartisan support for the UN on Capitol Hill, the FY17 Omnibus is mixed in terms of meeting our financial obligations to the UN.
Washington, D.C. (March 16, 2017) — Better World Campaign President Peter Yeo issued the following statement on the federal budget proposed today by the U.S. Office of Management and Budget for Fiscal Year 2018, which would cut foreign affairs funding and significantly impact U.S. support for the United Nations…