All articles from: July, 2015

Announcement: Construction of two exterior concrete stairs

The U.S. Mission Geneva has a requirement to construct two separate exterior concrete stairs at the Mission grounds in Chambesy, Geneva.

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U.S. Statement at the WTO Meeting on Kazakhstan’s Accession to the WTO

The United States’ relationship with Kazakhstan has long been a strong one across so many fronts, due in large part to your direct personal involvement, and we look forward to a future of working together in the WTO.

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Secretary’s Remarks at the 2015 Trafficking in Persons Report Ceremony

Secretary Kerry at the TIP Report Ceremony

We want to bring to the public’s attention the full nature and scope of a $150 billion illicit trafficking industry.

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Under Secretary Sewall on the 2015 Trafficking in Persons Report

The report provides a narrative for each country that describes its scope of human trafficking, and it assesses the government’s anti-trafficking efforts concerning each of the three Ps, and it describes the overall trends.

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2015 Trafficking in Persons Report

TIP report

This year’s Report places a special emphasis on human trafficking in the global marketplace.

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Remarks by President Obama to the Kenyan People

Just because something is a tradition doesn’t make it right. Treating women and girls as second-class citizens, those are bad traditions. They need to change.

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Fact Sheet: White House Launches American Business Act on Climate Pledge

The President’s Climate Action Plan, when fully implemented, will cut nearly 6 billion tons of carbon pollution through 2030.

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Remarks by President Obama at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit

Entrepreneurship creates new jobs and new businesses, new ways to deliver basic services, new ways of seeing the world — it’s the spark of prosperity.

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Remarks at the 2015 Global Entrepreneurship Summit Youth + Women Event

The United States is committed to supporting entrepreneurs with new ideas and new ways of addressing problems.

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U.S. Statement on Follow Up and Review During Post-2015 Intergovernmental Negotiations

We have in essence been developing the outline for a story that we collectively expect the global community to write for itself over the next 15 years.

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