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  1. Good afternoon,

    I would like to invite you to A.I.C. Intercultural Mixer: Discover Bosnia on April 27, 2012 at 6:30 pm. Here is some more information on the event. We would appreciate it if UNAGB staff could attend and spread the word about the event. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at or you can always call us at 617- 266-0080. Thank you very much. Have a wonderful weekend!

    Edina Skaljic

    A.I.C.’s Intercultural Mixer: Discovering Bosnia
    Cover Charge at the door: $5/per person with advanced purchase, $10/per person at the door
    Date: 04/27/2012
    Time: 6:30pm
    38 Newbury Street, Suite 702
    Boston, MA

    Join us to celebrate the rich and beautiful culture and heritage of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Get a glimpse of this unique blend of the “east” and “west” through world-class art, delicious traditional h’deuvres and refreshments, and beautiful music. This is a great chance to meet alike minds to mingle and network. Everyone is welcome!
    ART: The art exhibition will feature the work of Dr. Azra Aksamija, a native of Sarajevo. Dr. Aksamija is a Professor of Art, Architecture, Design and Technology at M.I.T., whose work focuses on the destruction of mosques in Bosnia and the architectural changes in re-construction post war.

  2. fotioszygoulis

    I would like to participate in the MUN simulation in my Country Greece.

    Zygoulis Photios
    25 Martioy 8b
    Iraklio Attikis GR

  3. fotioszygoulis

    I would like to participate in the MUN simulation .

    25 Martiou 8b
    14122 Iraklio Attikis GR


  4. Hello, My name is Mohamed Kabba am a Sierra Leonean practicing Journalism.
    I am very much intrested on women affairs and I will be more grateful if you sent me regular news on women issues around the World.
    Please go to and find my news on women issue in my country.
    I am impressed with the updates and our activities will gracefully ends today. It was interractive especially with the involvement of Traditional Birth Attendants who have been doing most home delivery in the interior rural villages but with their intervention, more lives have been save as a result of their involvement. Thanks to UNFPA for thinking of them.
    My Email is

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