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Bobby's Breakfast is a program of the Humpty Dumpty Institute which is focused on ending Childhood H...

Bobby’s Breakfast — Humpty Dumpty Institute

September 3rd, 2014

Location: Westlake Village (work is not all on site) Westlake Village California 91361
Duration: Multiple Days
First Day : Sep 3, 2014
Last Day: Jun 1, 2015

Bobby’s Breakfast is a program of the Humpty Dumpty Institute which is focused on ending Childhood Hunger in the United States. Presently 16.1 million children do not know where their next meal is coming from. This is a critical program in addressing that issue.
r The Humpty Dumpty Institute is a unique non-profit organization that serves people in the developing world through the implementation of large-scale humanitarian projects and through its work with the United Nations, the U.S. State Department and leading NGO’s. HDI fosters dialogue between the United Nations and the following four communities, all designed to help the U.N. become an even more effective institution.
r • U.S. Congress and the American People
r • Universities and Colleges
r • Financial Community
r • Arts and Entertainment Community
r GCF launched in March of 2010 with United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s first official trip to Los Angeles. He was joined by President Bill Clinton to discuss ways in which the entertainment arts can support, and serve the major global issues facing the world. A few of the participants in the first forums included Demi Moore, Sam Jackson, Armie Hammer, Charlize Theron, Annie Hathaway, Kiefer Sutherland, Ron Meyer (COO, Universal), Ron Howard (Director),  Bob Pittman (CEO, Clear Channel), Stevie Wonder, Diane Lane, Hilary Swank,  Kirk Douglas, Michael Douglas, Olivia Wilde, Orlando Bloom,  Sam Jackson and Sean Penn. As well as panelists including: Nobel Laureate, Rajendra Kumar Pachauri: 2007 Nobel Peace Prize Recipient, Chair of the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change), Wangari Maathai: Nobel Peace Prize Winner,  Christiana Figueres: Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), Margaret Chan, Director General, Kandeh Yumkella: Director-General of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), Radhika Coomaraswamy: United Nations Secretary-General’s Representative for Children and Armed Conflict. Kyio Akasaka: Under-Secretary-General for Communications and Public Information, Robert C. Orr: Assistant Secretary-General for Strategic Planning and Policy Coordination in the Executive Office of the Secretary-General.
r IFE is a program of the Humpty Dumpty Institute (HDI) that brings together young filmmakers from around the world to assist them in developing the technical and creative tools needed to document important social issues in their countries of origin.  The International Film Exchange raises awareness important social issues in the developing world and the struggles of young filmmakers attempting to document those issues.  Participants may include producers, directors, writers, cinematographers and actors.  
r “Music Matters” is an extraordinary program that takes American musicians around the Globe to perform for audiences who might never have the chance to hear music and allows artists to meet, teach and share our art — as well as learn more about music and artists from all over the world. The love of music is something people share throughout the world and it creates a bridge to understanding, friendship and communication. Music Matters is a program of the Global Creative Forum that builds bridges, programs and on-going dialogue around the world through music, film. Participants have included Anne Hathaway, Armie Hammer, Sean Penn, Demi Moore, Sam Jackson, Orlando Bloom, Stevie Wonder, Charlize Theron, Ed Norton and President Bill Clinton.

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On going Opportunity. Selected Interns must commit to a minimum of five hours per week.

Tags: at-risk youth, hunger

Contact Person: Kate Moulene CEO

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Contact Phone Number: 818-991-4551

Organization: Bobby Breakfast -- Humpty Dumpty Institute

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