In May 2010 Humanitys Team held a meeting with veteran U.N. envoy Anwarul K. Chowdhury, the leading emissary of the U.N. Culture of Peace initiative. At this historical meeting Chowdhury, a former undersecretary-general and high representative of the United Nations, received a campaign led by Humanitys Team, for UN endorsement of a Global Oneness Day, the campaign was signed by more than 50,000 adherents in over 168 countries.
Chowdhury, spoke with Humanitys Team at length about the challenges facing the awareness and recognition of Oneness in politics and its practical application, recognising that "unless we have that sense of solidarity among the peoples of the world, all our efforts of peace and security will go nowhere,” On behalf of the UN he accepted the campaign and encouraged Humanitys Team to continue the campaign of collecting worldwide names for an official day, forecasting it to reach billions with its growing awareness and reach. He also challenged Humanitys Team to boldly step forward and create the day whilst waiting for official endorsement from the United Nations, thus showing the plan, change and support for Oneness increasingly in place in todays worldly lives and cultures.
Watch the presentation to UN envoy Anwarul K. Chowdhury:
Negotiations on progress with the United Nations continue to this day and Humanitys Team are confident that with the increasing global support, that an official day will be declared in years to come, moreover though, with regular events taking place across every country, reaching out to varying parts of society, the awareness of Oneness is seeping through into everyday lives and a difference already being made.