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Americans Abroad: Rolando Gomez, Information Officer for the Human Rights Council

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Published on Apr 23, 2012

Rolando Gomez, Pubilc Information Officer for the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, explains his day-to-day role working in media relations and public relations for the Human Rights Council.

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    Internet Freedom Fellows - Geneva Program 2013

  2. 82

    Human Rights Council Action on the Crisis in Syria

  3. 83

    HRC 22 One of Most Significant Human Rights Council Sessions

  4. 84

    Human Rights Council Adopts Resolution on North Korea

  5. 85

    Human Rights Council Adopts Resolution on Sri Lanka

  6. 86

    The Power of Empowered Women February 26, 2013

  7. 87

    The Power of Empowered Women

  8. 88

    2012: Our Year in Photos

  9. 89

    Assistant Secretary Michael Posner Speaks to Media following Forum on Business and Human Rights

  10. 90

    U.S. Commits Additional Funding for Syrian Humanitarian Relief Efforts

  11. 91

    Internet Freedom Fellows 2012

  12. 92

    Garden Charter - Slideshow (english & french)

  13. 93

    The MagLev Chiller - Slideshow (english & french)

  14. 94

    Solar Power System

  15. 95

    The MagLev Chiller

  16. 96

    Community Garden - Slideshow (english & french)

  17. 97

    Rockefeller Reading Room Dedication

  18. 98

    Youth Employment Dialogue

  19. 99

    Dr. Ariel Pablos-Mendez - USAID Assistant Administrator for Global Health

  20. 100

    Americans Abroad: Theresa Hitchens, Director of UNIDIR

  21. Americans Abroad: Rolando Gomez, Information Officer for the Human Rights Council

  22. 102

    Americans Abroad: Mr. Michael Elkin, ILO

  23. 103

    Americans Abroad: Ms. Vijaya Souri, IOM

  24. 104

    Meet Anatole Krattiger, Director of the Global Challenges Division at WIPO

  25. 105

    Jo Ann Pickens performs jazz and gospel to celebrate Black History Month

  26. 106

    Americans Abroad: Alan Datri, WIPO

  27. 107

    Americans Abroad: Dr. Reuben Granich, WHO

  28. 108

    Americans Abroad: Mr. Tom Bombelles, WIPO

  29. 109

    Americans Abroad: Ms. Kira Glover Kruglikova

  30. 110

    Americans abroad: Dr. Steven Goldfarb

  31. 111

    Americans Abroad: Doreen Bogdan-Martin

  32. 112

    Americans Abroad: Barbara Ryan, WMO

  33. 113

    Ambassador Betty E. King Launches New U.S. Mission Video Series -- Americans Abroad

  34. 114

    Medical Musical Group - Healing for the Nations

  35. 115

    UN Holiday Tree for the International Year of Forests

  36. 116

    Eddy L. Harris - Ecrivain Américain

  37. 117

    Africa, Mother of All Peoples

  38. 118

    Bicycle Diplomacy: U.S. Mission's New Fleet of E-Bikes

  39. 119

    Ambassador Stephen Bosworth after US-DPRK Talks in Geneva

  40. 120

    Nadia Weinberg and her Orchestra

  41. 121

    Human Rights Council Discusses Yemen, Libya, Syria Sept. 19

  42. 122

    Internet Freedom Fellows

  43. 123

    Ambassador Donahoe on HRC Adoption of Syria Resolution

  44. 124

    Donahoe Speaks Out on Syria Ahead of HRC Special Session

  45. 125

    Indigenous Peoples Celebrated in UN Exhibit

  46. 126

    Internet Governance

  47. 127

    Press Stake out with U.S. Ambassador Eileen C.Donahoe on June 17, 2011

  48. 128

    Recycling Labyrinth Art Installation at the UN

  49. 129

    Ambassador Suzan Johnson Cook

  50. 130

    Recycling Labyrinth

  51. 131

    Human Rights Council Special session on Syria - U.S. Ambassador Donahoe

  52. 132

    Greening the Grounds - The U.S. Mission Plants an Indigenous Prairie Meadow

  53. 133

    NASA Astronaut Steven Smith Visits the U.S. Mission

  54. 134

    Entrepreneurship and the Green Economy

  55. 135

    Quilt Challenge: Women, Peace and Security

  56. 136

    Astronaut Steve Smith Visits Geneva

  57. 137

    Ambassador Donahoe Speaks With Press After Adoption of Iran Resolution

  58. 138

    Susannah Sirkin remarks on Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict, Geneva March 17th, 2011

  59. 139

    Radhika Coomaraswamy remarks on Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict, Geneva March 17th, 2011

  60. 140

    Michael Posner: Openess of Internet Must be Preserved

  61. 141

    Facebook's Richard Allan at U.S. Mission Sponsored Panel on Internet Freedom

  62. 142

    Google's Peter Barron: An Important Crossroads in the Development of the Internet

  63. 143

    Brett Solomon, Access, Speaks at US Mission Sponsored Panel on Internet Freedom

  64. 144

    International Year of Forests - 2011 - Art of Trees at the UN in GEneva

  65. 145

    Randa Kuziez Interfaith Activist, Geneva February 2011

  66. 146

    Rashad Hussain Obama's Special Envoy to the OIC

  67. 147

    Ambassador Laura E. Kennedy: Press Round Table - Geneva, January 20, 2011

  68. 148

    Martin Luther King Jr. Day: Members of UN Women's Guild Talk About King's Impact on Their Lives

  69. 149

    Amb. Michael Punke Talks About Chances for a DOHA Trade Deal in 2011

  70. 150

    Ambassador Betty E. King, Human Rights Council Special Session on Cote d'Ivoire

  71. 151

    Ambassador Betty E. King, Human Rights Council Special Session on Cote d'Ivoire

  72. 152

    AMBASSADOR WILLIAM J. GARVELINK'S VISIT TO GENEVA DECEMBER 8-9, 2010

  73. 153

    Color in Freedom - Art Exhibition in Geneva, Switzerland

  74. 154

    Every Minute of Every Day a Child is Born with HIV

  75. 155

    HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius Press Conference - May 18, 2010

  76. 156

    Maria Otero, Under Secretary of State for Democracy and Global Affairs, Press Conference in Geneva

  77. 157

    Mr. Salam Sabih al-Marayati's opening remarks at U.S. Mission Geneva (part 2)

  78. 158

    Mr. Salam Sabih al-Marayati's opening remarks at U.S. Mission Geneva (part 1)

  79. 159

    U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano at Press Conference at IATA in Geneva

  80. 160

    Courage to Lead: Andrea Romero Rendon - A Voice from Argentina

  81. 161

    Amy Imoniwhera Oyekunle (- KIND - Kiridat Initiative for Democracy)

  82. 162

    Courage to Lead: Aida Conuelo Bonnelly (Spanish) - a Voice from the Dominican Republic

  83. 163

    Courage to Lead: Joy Ngozi Ezeilo, U.N. Special Rapporteur on Trafficking in Persons

  84. 164

    Courage to Lead: Sohini Chokwabati - A Voice from India

  85. 165

    Courage to Lead: Dora Byamukama - A Voice from Uganda

  86. 166

    Courage to Lead: Zaina Nyiramatama (French Language) A Voice from Rwanda

  87. 167

    Courage to Lead: Benedicta Chiwokwo Agusiobo

  88. 168

    Courage to Lead: Marie Claire Dieudonnee Nseng-Elang - A Voice from Cameroon

  89. 169

    Courage to Lead: A Voice from Montenegro - Natasa Medjedovic

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    Courage to Lead - Liliana de Olloqui de Montenegro - A Voice from the Domenical Republic

  91. 171

    Courage to Lead: Angela Daniel - A Voice from Nigeria

  92. 172

    Courage to Lead Summit: Patricia Viseur-Sellers

  93. 173

    Courage to Lead Summit: Kruba Kollie, Deputy Foreign Minister, Liberia

  94. 174

    Courage to Lead Summit: Mu Sochua Receives Eleanor Roosevelt Award

  95. 175

    Courage to Lead Summit: Cindy Dyer, Senior Director for Human Rights, Vital Voices

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    Courage to Lead: Kyung-wha Kang, Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights

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    (Part 2) Under Secretary of State Ellen Tauscher: Address to States Parties of the BWC

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    Under Secretary of State Ellen Tauscher: Address to States Parties of the BWC (Part 1)

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    The Courage To Lead - Allida Black, Director of the Eleanor Roosevelt Project

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