As President Obama today proposed a budget for 2014, the Better World Campaign praised the Administration for keeping the United States' global interests a national priority and urged that Congress address remaining shortfalls to the United Nations peacekeeping budget.
Strong, U.S.-led action in the United Nations General Assembly to pass the first-ever Arms Trade Treaty represents a historic step by the Obama Administration, the Better World Campaign said today.
Better World Campaign’s Peter Yeo Testifies Before Congress Amid Possible Funding Cuts to UN & Peacekeeping03/14/13
Testimony by Peter Yeo, March 14, 2013 Vice President for Public Policy, United Nations Foundation Executive Director, Better World Campaign Support for CIO, CIPA, PKO, and Global Health UN Accounts House Appropriations Subcommittee on State, Foreign Operations and Related Programs
From Afghanistan to Nuclear Weapons and Climate Change, U.S. Must Employ Multilateral Strategy, Says Better World Campaign
Bringing troops home, Middle East, global economy top voters international priority issues
Facing funding threats, Americans do not support cutting U.S. funding on global health
Deplorable Attacks on Health Workers Place Pakistani Communities at Risk, says UN Foundation CEO
Continued bipartisan support for United States-United Nations relationship remains critical to U.S. interests.