Children Uniting Nations

US Secretary of Labor, Hilda Solis and Daphna Ziman, founder and chair of Children Uniting Nations.
Neshan H. Naltchayan
US Secretary of Labor, Hilda Solis and Daphna Ziman, founder and chair of Children Uniting Nations.

As a prelude to a day-long forum at the Capitol Visitor Center where policy makers and academics discussed how our laws can better serve America’s children, on July 27 Children Uniting Nations Founder/Chair Daphna Edwards Ziman hosted a press reception at the City Club. Christine Warnke of Hogan & Lovells, an attorney and mother of two adopted Russian children, introduced Ms. Ziman. She said “she has taken on the whole world of foster care and is now combatting sex trafficking.” In return, Ms. Ziman said “Chris will make sure you are heard in the halls of Congress.” Children Uniting Nations is a proactive non-profit organization created to bring attention to the plight of at-risk and foster youth. As Congress was embroiled in the debt crisis, Nigerian Ambassador Ade Adefuye said the real crisis is “the debt we owe our children.”

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