Public Relations: José Ramos-Horta

Public Relations: José Ramos-Horta

Web and PR: Former President of East Timor José Ramos-Horta During the years that Nobel laureate José Ramos-Horta was Foreign Minister, Prime Minister and then President of East Timor, Mary acted as his Special Representative for Public Relations in the United States....
East Timor becomes newest member nation of UN

East Timor becomes newest member nation of UN

East Timor becomes newest member nation of UN On September 27. 2002, East Timor was inducted into the UN as the newest member nation of the millenium. The country’s flag was raised for the first time at the UN headquarters in New York. Attending the ceremonies...
International Webcast: Birth of a Nation

International Webcast: Birth of a Nation

In May, 2002, the United Nations, which had been administering East Timor, turned over the reins of the country to its new, democratically elected government, finally delivering to the Timorese people the freedom they have voted for in 1999. Dignitaries from around...
Tutu to China: Stop abusing the Dalai Lama

Tutu to China: Stop abusing the Dalai Lama

tutu to China: stop abusing the dalai lama In March, 2009, TheCommunity.com and the International Campaign for Tibet cooperated on the release of an open letter from Nobel Peace Prize winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu on the subject of China’s treatment of the...
Huffington Post: Ramos-Horta and Muhammad Yunus on Myanmar

Huffington Post: Ramos-Horta and Muhammad Yunus on Myanmar

Editorial: Mohammad Yunus and José Ramos-Horta Muhammad Yunus has called the Muslim Rohingya population in Myanmar “the most persecuted people in the world.” He and José Ramos-Horta, writing for Huffington Post, said today that the treatment of this...