Peace on earth with the songs of Nana!No terrorism !!, Sachi
Kenji Goto was a humanist, We morn him a lot!
Seven of the victims、Bangladesh Dhaka、 were dispatched from JICA.
JICA's Mission Statement "We, as a bridge between the people of Japan and developing countries, will advance international cooperation through the sharing of knowledge and experience and will work to build a more peaceful and prosperous world."


I agree with the policy of Youtube. Thank you so much for the beautiful clips on the web. Thank you Bellecourse for your wonderful clips delayed. We could enjoy together and meet young vivid Nana, even Nana on the stage of the British Concert 1974! In this site, we use clips only for private use, not for comercial. Sachi


Big topics on the web,Doctorat honoris causa de McGill à Nana Mouskouri

Mouskouri and Barré-Sinoussi 
among McGill 2013 honorary degree recipients

Posted on Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Nana Mouskouri will receive her honorary degree on Thursday, May 30. / Photo courtesy of Nana Mouskouri.
By McGill Reporter Staff
Nana Mouskouri, internationally-acclaimed singing star and humanitarian, and Françoise Barré-Sinoussi, co-winner of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Medicine, will be awarded honorary degrees at this spring’s Convocation ceremonies as announced earlier today. The other recipients will be announced in the coming weeks.
Well known to Montreal audiences, Mouskouri is one of the best-selling female recording artists of all time. But she is also known internationally as an ardent child-rights activist, who has not only used her global reputation to support significant causes, but has herself been elected a member of the European Parliament (1994-1999) and has served as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador since 1993.
Mouskouri has supported numerous UNICEF actions and projects for children, visiting Africa, Latin America, Central America, Mexico, Bosnia and Asia, and has given fundraising concerts and events worldwide. This year, as she celebrates 20 years as a Goodwill Ambassador, she has said this has been the most rewarding activity of her life. be continued.

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