Washington, DC, December 07, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- World Music Commission Partners with The White House Call to Action and Meets with Stakeholders on November 15th 2016.
The World Music Commission partners with The White House, U.S. Department of State, UN Agencies and 51 companies for its private sector engagement to address the Global Refugee Crisis.
This year the World Music Commission met at The White House with the U.S. Department of State, 51 companies and top-level officials to address the Call to Action for the Global Refugee Crisis. As a newly committed company to the partnership, the World Music Commission presented its educational goals and strategic plans at The White House on November 15, 2016.
More than 75 million children live in crisis and conflict and are in need of educational support. A crisis of this scale requires more than state action. For this reason, on June 30, the White House launched a Call to Action to the private sector to increase its efforts in response to the global refugee crisis.
Many share optimism about the future of the policies that have addressed the White House Call to Action and our global refugee youth crisis. "We will continue to work alongside the White House and it's partnering agencies that address the worldwide epidemic facing our refugee youth population," says Mykesha A. Robinson, World Music Commission President and Founder.
When asked about the details of the World Music Commission's strategic plan, Mykesha states, "Our strategy is not only to empower our NGO's and international communities through Music, Technology and the Arts, we also want to provide a catalyst of mentoring and education for our youths that need us the most."
Other White House private sector partners to address the Global Refugee Crisis include Microsoft Corporation, Goldman Sachs, Facebook, Master Card, AirbnB, Hewlett Packard, LinkedIn, Google, IBM, UPS and UNISEF.