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World leaders have trusted the advice and friendship of Dr. Dixon's vision for peace, strategy, climate action and governance. In this gallery are some of his most recent encounters. Please click on pictures for description.

Dr. Dominic F Dixon






For the first time in the history of COP Climate conferences, a pavilion on Faith was installed, and this writes a new chapter on world climate diplomacy. My book titled, “Climate Changed: Global Warming to Global Boiling” is the first ever technical book on Climate Change with a chapter on Faith. In the chapter, I’ve written from the encyclical of Pope Francis, “Laudato Si’”. The book was graciously received by world political and religious leaders. I believe that Faith leaders have a more potent reach than political leaders, to call for climate justice and sustainability. On behalf of Pope Franics who could not make it for the presentation, the book was received by H.E. Christophe Z. El-Kassis Apostolic Nuncio to the UAE. On behalf of the Islamic community, the book was received by His Holiness, Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin, the 53rd Da'i al-Mutlaq and Supreme Pontiff of the Dawoodi Bohra. His Holiness, Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, graciously welcomed me and received a copy of my book. He gifted me a copy of his book on the preservation of water. Leaders from every continent have recieved a copy of my limited-gold-edition book. Blessed!

Chief Guest at the Salesian Model United Nations (SMUN)
Salesian College, Siliguri


Chief Guest at the Salesian Model United Nations (SMUN)

Honoured to have been the Chief Guest at the Salesian Model United Nations (SMUN) program at Salesian College, Siliguri. The Guest of Honour was my colleague, Ms. Kiran Bedi, IPS, Fmr. Lieutenant Governor of Puducherry and India’s first woman IPS (Indian Police Service) officer.

I spoke on the importance of true servanthood, emphasizing that being a 'civil servant' should be about genuine service rather than seeking social status. Let's first strive to be good citizens and then work towards making a difference through NGOs that uplift the underprivileged - like the principles of Don Bosco.

The theme of SMUN was SDG 2 - ZERO HUNGER, a cause that resonates deeply with me. I highlighted the unfortunate correlation between corruption and poverty, questioning our priorities when we can fund space missions but struggle to provide basic amenities like electricity and clean water.

It's time we rethink our values and focus on addressing the pressing needs of our society. Together, we can create a world where everyone has access to the basic necessities of life.

More than 160 delegates from 18 schools participated in the third Salesian Model United Nations (SMUN) organized by students.
The delegates were divided in seven committees: United Nation’s Security Council; UN Human Rights Council; UN Commission on the Status of Women; UN General Assembly on Disarmament and International Security Council; All India Political Parties Meet; Viceroy’s Partition Council; and International Press Corps (IPC).
Was tremendously impressed with the way the SMUN was organised and surpassed my expectations.

UNSDG 2 - ZERO HUNGER throughout North-East India

Honoured to recognise the exceptional students, faculty, staff and Salesian Fathers of Salesian College Salesian College Sonada & Siliguri for their great efforts in acts of charity, goodwill and nation building. Their dedication to implementing UNSDG 2 - ZERO HUNGER throughout North-East India, is truly commendable. 

Thank you for making a difference!

The citation reads, “This accolade is awarded to Salesian College (Autonomous) Siliguri, India, in recognition of conducting the Salesian Model United Nations under the theme: United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 2 - ZERO HUNGER held at Siliguri from 13th to 15th April 2024.

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consultation with the Governing Council of the Salesians of Don Bosco

Thrilled to have served as the Advisory during a dynamic 2-day consultation with the Governing Council of the Salesians of Don Bosco, Karnataka & Kerala Region! The 9-member council united to strategize and chart a course for the future, focusing on our goals for 2024 and beyond. It was an invigorating and fruitful session, and I'm eagerly anticipating the positive impact our collaborative efforts will bring in the years ahead!  The Province of Bangalore carries out the Salesian mission in Karnataka ( excluding the coastal areas and some North western parts) with 20 canonically erected communities and 2 presences involving about 150 confreres. The entire state of Kerala falls under the jurisdiction of the Province of Bangalore. The region has 21 canonically erected communities and a Presence. About 170 confreres are carrying out the Salesian apostolate. OPENING STATEMENT: The great disparity! Address to the Governing Council members: - In India, over 60% of its population, I.e. around 70 crore people earn below 100 rupees a day. - According to the ILO, the total unemployed youth has almost doubled from 35.2% in 2000 to 65.7% in 2024. - India Employment Report 2024 released by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) - 83%of unemployment is under the age of 34. The Don Bosco way can change that. SIGA Polytechnic College changed led the way educational institutions should function. India is facing an unemployment crisis due to various factors: 1. Population Growth: India has a large and growing population, resulting in a high number of job seekers every year, outpacing job creation. 2. Skill Mismatch: There is a mismatch between the skills possessed by the workforce and the skills demanded by the industries, leading to underemployment and unemployment. 3. Slow Economic Growth: Despite being one of the fastest-growing economies, India's economic growth has been uneven, failing to generate enough jobs to absorb the growing workforce. 4. Informal Sector Dominance: A significant portion of the Indian workforce is employed in the informal sector, which lacks job security, decent wages, and social protection. 5. Slow Industrialization: India's industrialization process has been slower compared to other countries, limiting job opportunities in manufacturing and other sectors. 6. Education System Challenges & Infrastructure Deficits:  The education system often prioritizes theoretical knowledge over practical skills, leaving graduates ill-prepared for the job market. Inadequate infrastructure, especially in rural areas, hinders the growth of industries and job creation opportunities. 7. Gender Disparities: Women face higher rates of unemployment and underemployment due to societal norms, limited access to education, and discriminatory practices in the workforce. Addressing these challenges requires comprehensive reforms in education, skill development, labour laws, and economic policies to promote inclusive and sustainable job creation across various sectors of the economy. Addressing youth employability in India requires a multifaceted approach. Here are some key strategies: 1. Education Reform & Skill Development Programs: Update the education curriculum to focus on practical skills alongside theoretical knowledge, promoting critical thinking, problem-solving, and creativity. Implement vocational training programs aligned with industry needs to equip youth with relevant skills for employment. 2. Industry-Academia Collaboration: Foster partnerships between educational institutions and industries to provide hands-on training, internships, and mentorship opportunities. 3. Entrepreneurship Promotion: Encourage entrepreneurship among youth by providing support such as mentorship, access to finance, and incubation centers to nurture their business ideas. 4. Digital Literacy: Promote digital literacy to ensure youth are equipped with the necessary digital skills required in today's job market. 5. Soft Skills Training: Offer training in communication, teamwork, leadership, and adaptability to enhance employability prospects. 6. Government Initiatives: Support and scale government initiatives aimed at skill development and employment generation, such as Skill India Mission and Make in India. 7. Social Safety Nets: Strengthen social safety nets to support vulnerable youth, including access to healthcare, affordable housing, and financial assistance during periods of unemployment. By implementing these strategies, India can enhance the employability of its youth, thereby fostering economic growth and social development. Viva Don Bosco


I had the privilege of being the Keynote Speaker at the "Faculty Development Program" organized by Don Bosco College, Chitraduraga, under the insightful leadership of Fr. Joe Jomon, the Principal. Faculty from colleges participated. My opening statement: "When a child steps into the classroom, it's not just about learning; it's about love, nurturing, and often healing from the traumas they may carry from home. Teachers are wounded too, so the management acts as a support system. Perhaps schools should be more like hospitals, where the wounded come and get healed. This is the circular-economy of Don Bosco’s vision of love.” During the session, I shared an eye-opening example of a Christian school in Bangalore, where an application was rejected due to the parents' lack of education. The rationale? Concerns about who would support the child academically at home, with the fear that the child's failure would reflect poorly on the institution. Additionally, I ventured into a comprehensive overview of the Indian higher education system, highlighting its strengths and weaknesses: Pros: 1. Diverse Curriculum: Offering a broad spectrum of courses and subjects, catering to diverse interests and career paths. 2. Affordable Education: Relatively affordable compared to many Western countries. 3. Quality Institutions: Home to prestigious institutions like IITs and IIMs renowned for academic excellence. 4. Strong Focus on STEM: Emphasizing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics education, producing skilled professionals. 5. Cultural Diversity: Fostering cultural exchange and understanding among students from diverse backgrounds. Cons: 1. Lack of Infrastructure: Many institutions lack modern facilities necessary for contemporary education. 2. Outdated Curriculum: Some curricula are outdated and fail to align with industry needs, creating a gap in real-world skills. 3. Limited Research Opportunities: Despite prestigious institutions, research funding and opportunities lag behind global standards. 4. Overcrowded Classrooms: Issues of overcrowding impact the quality of education and personalized attention. 5. Employability Concerns: Despite a rise in graduates, concerns persist about their employability due to skill gaps and mismatched industry requirements. In conclusion, while the Indian higher education system boasts diversity, affordability, and quality institutions, it also faces challenges such as infrastructure deficits, curriculum relevance, research limitations, and employability issues that warrant attention and reform.

𝐀𝐥𝐥𝐢𝐞𝐬 𝐄𝐧𝐚𝐛𝐥𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐈𝐧𝐜𝐥𝐮𝐬𝐢𝐯𝐢𝐭y

I was interviewd by the Country Director of G100, a group of the 100 most powerful women in the world.




Lithuania-UAE-India Business Conclave

Theme: Opportunities in Lithuania

Was graciously invited as a ‘Guest of Honour’ alongside erudite dignitaries and political leaders of India.

Was amazed with the wealth of knowledge of Shri. Sunil Deodhar and Shri. Anil Bhonde and their service to the sovereign nation of India.

My statement in summary: Twenty years ago, India was poised; ten years ago, India was rising; now, India has risen. I stated that I’m a minority within a minority, i.e. a Christian and an Anglo Indian and still want to serve the nation of India, whilst my entire family and generation live abroad. India is on a global level and we have gone from ‘soft diplomacy’ where no nation took us seriously, to ‘nationalistic diplomacy’ under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi Ji, where now, the world not just listens to India, but looks to us for leadership and geopolitical solutions.

The Guests of honour were:

Shri. Dr. Anil Bhonde, Member of Parliment, Rajyasabha & Ex Agriculture Minister of Maharashtra

Shri. Sunil Deodhar, National Secretary, BJP/ Co-incharge, Andhra Pradesh State

H.E. Ramona's Davidonis, Ambassador of Lithuania to the UAE

Shri. Manish Awasthi, Television anchor

With an active track record of more than a decade, GMBF Global is an exclusive network of entrepreneurs, investors, professionals and key government decision makers that share and collaborate on business opportunities. Through it’s various activities GMBF Global is playing a key role in bringing business stakeholders together and facilitating Investment and Trade between Maharashtra and the Middle East & Africa.

SEMINAR | Spirit of Excellence

Noviciate of The Congregation of the
Missionary Sisters of Mary Help of Christians

SILIGURI, West Bengal

The Noviciates a song for me, “Your Excellency”. Listen to their amazing voices.

Grateful for the opportunity to speak on the 'Spirit of Excellence' at the Noviciate of The Congregation of the Missionary Sisters of Mary Help of Christians, the first indigenous Congregation in North East India. 

Encouraging these inspiring women to embrace a life worthy of their calling, to love the Lord passionately, and to walk in integrity every step of the way. May their journey be filled with purpose and joy as they continue to spread love and light wherever they go. 

They composed a song for me, “Your Excellency”. Listen to their amazing voices.

SEMINAR | Spirit of Excellence 
Graduate students | Salesian Philosophate, Sonada, Darjeeling

Release of workbook for Masterclass 

Honored to be invited to the scenic Salesian Philosophate in Sonada, Darjeeling, nestled at an altitude of over 6,000 feet amidst cool 12-degree weather and freezing rain. 

Had an engaging session with over 50 bright graduate students of philosophy, discussing the "Spirit of Excellence" in pursuing their unique callings. The insightful questions from these young minds challenged me to reflect deeply on integrity in a complex world.

Thrilled to announce the release of the workbook for our Masterclass program, which was blessed and launched by Fr. Dr. Father C J Mathew, Vice Rector of the Salesian Studentate of Philosophy. Grateful for this enriching experience!


Israel’s first Independence Day in the UAE ceremony

75th Anniversary of the State of Israel reception at Abu Dhabi, UAE

Was tremendously grateful to be personally invited for the ceremony, by H.E. Amir Hayek, the Ambassador of Israel to the UAE.

The Holy Scripture quoted at the ceremony was from the Book of Isaiah 4:4 “… they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning hooks; nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war anymore.”

The Ambassador in his heart-felt message stated that, “We are here to celebrate materialisation of peace, and the beginning of a new era in our region.”

It was an amazing sight to see UAE’s first Ambassador to Israel, H.E. Mohammed Al Khaja, gracing the occasion, and prompted the words of Shalom and cooperation, by saying in Hebrew, Be’ezrát hashém (בעזרת ה׳), Insha Allah, God willing!

It was a joy to see the fruit of the Abraham Accords, as brothers and sisters of the children of our Patriarch, Abraham, dwell together in peace and harmony.

The children of the Ambassador are the very first Israelis to attend a school in the UAE, whilst his beloved wife, is involved in a number of philanthropic missions.

Joining me were my UAE team, Mr. Nifty Fernandes, Protocol In-charge, and Ms. Marchita Rowena, Spl. Secretary.



Israel Ambassador to UAE

Was graciously welcomed by H.E. Amir Hayek, the very first Ambassador of Israel to the UAE, This is a historic meet at the very first Israel Embassy in the UAE, making this the first ever Israel embassy in the Arab region.

Ambassador Amir Hayek is the first Israeli Ambassador to the UAE since the signing of the historic ABRAHAM ACCORDS, of which I’ve been an advisor and negotiator for peace. Ambassador Hayek is by far the coolest and most knowledgeable Ambassador I’ve ever met in my life. He’s the rare non-career diplomat, but a political appointee, and a former business tycoon in Israel. Upon the call by the government of Israel, he now serves as Israel’s first ever Ambassador to the UAE. He’s a personified example of a call to serve the nation!

Ambassador Hayek is a great admirer of Prime Minister Modi and has memorable ties with India. We’ve offered each other our unconditional support!

The Abraham Accords are a series of joint normalization statements initially between Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and Bahrain, effective since September 15, 2020. Mediated by the United States, the initial announcement of August 13, 2020, concerned only Israel and the United Arab Emiratesbefore the announcement of a follow-up agreement between Israel and Bahrain on September 11, 2020. On September 15, 2020, the official signing ceremony for the Abraham Accords was hosted by the United States at the White House. As part of the dual agreements, both the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain recognized Israel's sovereignty, enabling the establishment of full diplomatic relations.

In picture, H.E. Amir Hayek, Ambassador of Israel to the UAE and Dr. Dominic F Dixon, Executive Director

India-Israel bilateral Relations
India–Israel relations (Hindi: भारत-इज़राइल सम्बन्ध; Hebrew: יחסי הודו-ישראל) are the bilateral relationsbetween the Republic of India and the State of Israel. The two countries have an extensive and comprehensive economic, military, and political relationship. They are both in I2U2 Group, (The I2U2 Group is a grouping of India, Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States.) The Indian and Israeli governments have stated they have deep ties rooted in mutual problems and a desire to address them, especially in regards to Israeli techs applications for India.


Was graciously invited to the COP28 Centre in Abu Dhabi, by H.E. Saood AlNoori, UAE Head of Diplomatic Engagement, UAE Special Envoy for Climate Change. Along with Climate Specialist of the UAE Special Envoy, Mr. Anur.


The UAE will host the 28th Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP28) in November 2023 at Expo City Dubai to unite the world towards agreement on bold, practical and ambitious solutions to the most pressing global challenge of our time.

UNADAP will engage with the Envoy to collaborate and ensure that the COP28 bear fruit, as per the vision and strategy of the Presidency.

The UAE plays a central role in the world’s energy economy as a supplier of fossil fuels, which gives the country an important stake in finding solutions to cutting emissions while still providing the world with the energy it needs.

The UAE has engaged in the fight against climate change because it recognises the risks of inaction and the global responsibility it is committed to.

As host, the UAE will mobilize action around a “major course correction” to accelerate emissions reductions while ensuring energy security. Dr. Al Jaber the COP28 President has also highlighted the role of the UAE in building bridges to advance international efforts that will support the Global South and countries that are most vulnerable.

It’s an amazing year, as India has the G20 Presidency and the UAE, COP28.

His Excellency Saood has expressed his commitment in engaging with all stake holders to ensure that the global vision to Climate action is upheld. We wish him great success, even as he travels to India this year for the G20 delegation, whilst he toggles his COP28 diplomacy.

India UAE Relations.

As if ordained by destiny, whilst India celebrated the 75th year of independence, the UAE also celebrated the Year of the 50th, the golden jubilee of the formation of the UAE. Furthermore, this was also the year when our two countries complete 50 years of diplomatic relations.

The UAE hosts about 3.5 million Indians – about 25 per cent of India’s diaspora, the largest anywhere in the world. A key pillar of the strong relationship, the Indian community is acknowledged to be a significant contributor to the UAE’s economy. The UAE has provided Indians a home away from home where they can work and contribute to the economies of both countries and also benefit from the welcoming and harmonious socio-economic ecosystem.

Supreme Council of Energy, Dubai | COP28


Had an excellent meeting with my friend, H.E. Faisal Ali Rashid PMP, Senior Director, Demand Side Management at the Supreme Council of Energy. He is also the Chairman of Advancing Net Zero volunteering team I the UAE. Dr. Faisal is the focal point chief of DSM for COP28.

Dr. Faisal is an expert in the fields of Oil, Renewable Energy & Demand Industry, and a sought after conference speaker, who is internationally qualified and experienced. He’s led and contributed to Dubai Demand Side Management program which infused significant water and electricity consumption reduction in the last ten years. He is a very humble person with strong commitment to family and friendships.

Under the visionary guidance of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE, and Ruler of Dubai, the Dubai Integrated Energy Strategy 2030 (DIES) was developed in 2010 and deployed in 2011 to set the strategic direction of Dubai towards securing sustainable supply of energy and enhancing demand efficiency (water, power & transportation fuel).

The DSM Strategy was developed by the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy (DSCE) to make Dubai a leader in efficient management of electricity and water demand with an ambitious target of 30% reduction in energy and water consumption by 2030.

G100 2024 SUMMIT
International Womens Day


I had the privilage to deliver a message for the G100 Summit, with the world's leading Women Business Leaders, Women Politicians, Actresses and Influencers.


Indian Civil Services

For the poorest of the poor


Upon the recommendation of the Govt. of Karnataka’s CDC department's Chairman, Shri. Kennedy Shanth Kumar, DIXON Scholarships is pleased to announce that Ms. Blessy Edwin is the scholarship awardee for year 2023 to pursue her studies for the Indian Civil Services. This scholarship fund would go towards tuition and study materials for her preparations, due to her family’s financial constraints. Ms. Blessy was a topper in her Bachelor of Arts.

DIXON Scholarships is a private scholarship program by the Dixon family, for the poorest of the poor, in the name of Mr. Brian Dixon, the living patron.

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Prime Minister Modi in Sydney, Australia

NSW Government Advisory

Climate and Foreign Policy advisor to world leaders and the Executive Director of UNADAP, Dr. Dominic F Dixon has advised the New South Wales government that in order to achieve Net Zero Plan Stage 1 between 2023-2030 as it’s foundation for NSW’s action on climate change and goal to reach net zero emissions by 2050; the plan must aim to strengthen the prosperity and quality of life of the people of NSW, while helping to achieve the State’s objective to deliver a 70% cut in emissions by 2035 compared to 2005 levels. Cutting emissions must result in cutting of poverty, said Dixon.

The plan supports a range of initiatives targeting energy, electric vehicles, hydrogen, primary industries, technology, built environment, carbon financing and organic waste.

Dr. Dixon, also the Director General for the International Diplomatic Alliance for Peace, Climate Justice & Renewal Energy, stated that, the implementation of the Net Zero Plan, together with the Electricity Infrastructure Roadmap, will result in more than 9,000 jobs and up to $37 billion in private investment, the majority expected to be across regional New South Wales.

Dr. Dixon has further advised that NSW collaborate on a treaty-based alliance with neighbouring states to achieve this goal in alignment with the UNFCCC’s climate agenda. He stated that India had come a long way as a leader in climate action and Australia-India relations must focus of ‘green business’ in every transaction.

Australia's current relationship with India is changing and it is a shift that has been accelerated by a recent free-trade agreement signing — the first India has signed with a western nation.

Key points:

- Australia was the first western nation to sign a free-trade agreement with India

- India's rising middle class provides an opportunity for Australian agriculture

- Consumers in India are seeking lamb, pulses, and high-quality fruit and vegetables from Australia




Australia-India Cyber and Critical Technology Partnership (AICCTP). Sydney, Australia.

Was on delegation by the Government of Australia, Dept. of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Indian High Commission to Australia, for Australia-India Cyber and Critical Technology Partnership. The AICCTP complements the Australia-India Framework Arrangement on Cyber and Cyber-Enabled Critical Technology Cooperation and establishes a platform for Australia and India to work together to promote and preserve an open, free, safe, and secure Internet, enhance digital trade, harness critical technology opportunities, and address cyber security challenges.

Honour, felecitation by the Indian State Government
Government of Karnataka

Was graciously honoured by the Government of Karnataka, Minority Department CDC for DIXON SCHOLARSHIPS philanthropic work in the nation of India. Rotary International had also felicitated me. DIXON SCHOLARSHIPS is in the name of my father, Mr. Brian Dixon, the living Patron.

Read below for the statement by the Government of Karnataka

—- Statement by the Government of Karnataka:


The Government of Karnataka, Christian Development Council (CDC) takes this opportunity to honour and felicitate Dr. Dominic Dixon, President of DIXON SCHOLARSHIPS. The works of charity by this philanthropic entity has served the poorest of the poor in India, in educating predominantly the girl child, from primary to business schools and with a special focus on mentoring the Indian Civil Services.

The Hon’ble Prime Minister Modi Ji, the Vice President of India, Tamilnadu, Karnataka and other governments have nationally and regionally appreciated the works of Dr. Dominic Dixon.

Leaders of Rotary International, Bangalore chapter have recognised and honoured the works of DIXON SCHOLARSHIPS for the implementation of UN SDG 4, QUALITY EDUCATION in the nation of India.

It is an honour for Dr. Dixon to have visited Karnataka Minority Cell today. He’s a man who has represented India on global platforms and continues his compassionate works for the poor.

Kennedy Shant Kumar

Chairman, CDC

Government of Karnataka

Seminar: Workshop on NBA Self-Assessment Report Preparation | SIGA Polytechnic College, Chennai, India.

Was graciously invited as the ‘Chief Guest’ for the National Institute of Technical Teachers Training And Research, held at SIGA Polytechnic College, Chennai, India.

The purpose of the three days seminar was to champion Heads of Departments of South India’s leading Technical Colleges on ‘Internationalisation of Academics’ through the National Board of Accreditation (NBA). The purpose of the accreditation by NBA is to promote and recognize excellence in technical education in colleges and universities - at both the undergraduate and post graduate levels. This means, that foreign students could do part education or transfer to an Indian college on a credit-based system; whilst Indian students could study abroad using the same system, without having to lose continuity from their Indian degree courses.

As the Executive Director & Director General of UNADAP/ IDA & MORE, it was a privilege to honour SIGA Polytechnic College with a citation for their commitment and contribution to the United Nations Sustainable Goals (SDG), 1 - No Poverty & 2 - Quality Education. The citation was presented to the Principal, Rev. Fr. P T Joseph, graced by the Rector, Rev. Fr. Dominic Joseph Matthews.

As a global advisory for the Salesians of Don Bosco (SDB), I’m part of the team that is working towards the installation of SIGA in the United States and Canada. SIGA is rated top most for technical education in India. Most students, especially Anglo Indians have been blessed by SIGA, that thousands have migrated to Australia with this technical education.

As a personal testimony, I am what I am today, because of how the Lord used SIGA to transform my life and character. Stemming from a poverty stricken family and an academic failure; SIGA, was my heaven on earth, where I was taught the importance of character and education. It is an absolute honour, that DIXON Scholarships sponsors the education of several boys from deprived economic backgrounds, regardless of creed, religion or domicile.

Jai Hind!

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India's External Affairs Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar speaks at the #CNNNews18TownHall about how the governance paradigm has changed with respect to our foreign policies and relationships in last 8 years of the Modi Government.


Met the most amount of female leaders, are who gave me an amazing perspective what it is to be a strong, independent and successful woman. Met Arabic women leaders who have made it bing in the Arab world. They are not only clothed with dignity, but also clothed with character and integrity. See pictures below. I really wished that cop27 had more female representatives.

As advisory to world leaders and focal points, the programmes were filled with negotiations. UNADAP’s delegation of advisors from seven nations were on the front lines of advisory and negotiations.

H.E. Sameh Hassan Shoukry, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Egypt, took over as President of COP 27 from H.E. Alok Sharma.The UN COP27 summit takes place on the frontlines of the converging climate, food, energy, health and debt crises: Africa. This presents a need and opportunity like never before to galvanise immediate, on-the-ground action in the countries that most need it.


In discussion with H.E. Ghada Fathi Waly, serving as the Director-General/ Executive Director of the United Nations Office at Vienna (UNOV)/ United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC). Ms. Waly served as Minister of Social Solidarity of Egypt from March 2014 until December 2019. She also served as the Coordinator of the Inter-Ministerial Committee for Social Justice and chaired the Executive Council of Arab Ministers of Social Affairs in the League of Arab States from 2014 to 2019.

Plenary Presidential sessions: Had the pleasure to walk to the Presidential plenary with the most powerful woman in Europe, Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission. This is her COP27 statement: "We must work relentlessly to adapt to our climate – making nature our first ally. This is why our Union will push for an ambitious global deal for nature at the UN Biodiversity conference in Montreal later this year. And we will do the same at COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh."

Liaison with the United States delegation.

Had discussions about the mind of the U.S. and climate action, with U.S. Ambassador to Egypt, H.E. Daniel Rubinstein, H.E. Andrew Moffat, Senior Advisor to U.S. Department of State. Amazing sharing on the Scientific contribution of NASA to the world, with the genius, Dr. Tahani Amer, of NASA. I will be collaborating with Dr. Amer for my Harvard Kennedy research, as she’s an alumni as well.


With Youth Ambassadors, Imman Kajtazović (Bosnia & Herzegovina) and Oliwia Kałużna (Poland). Both are the Sheik Zayed Sustainability Prize winners. I honoured them for their great work towards climate change.

Liason with the Egyptian Vice Minister for Tourism. H.E. Ghada Shalaby

5th Assembly of International Solar Alliance, New Delhi.

5th Assembly of International Solar Alliance, New Delhi.

Was invited by the Hon’ble President of the ISA, Shri Raj Kumar Singh, Minister for New & Renewal Enegry, GoI & the Hon’ble Director General, Dr. Ajay Mathur. I will be part of the delegation to COP27 in Egypt, between November 6-18, 2022 with these officials.

The ISA is guided by its ‘Towards 1000’ strategy which aims to mobilise USD 1,000 billion of investments in solar energy solutions by 2030.

ISA is a Treaty based Inter-governmental organisation, with 120 nations as treaty members.

Under ISA's Program on Scaling Solar for Agricultural Use, #ISA aggregated demand of 2,72,579 #SolarWaterPumps from 22 countries. The #ISA is currently working with United Nations Development Programme - UNDP, International Water Management Institute (IWMI) @GGI & Asian Development Bank under different projects to implement #SolarWaterPumps in member countries.

The launch of the International Solar Alliance (ISA) was announced by H.E. Mr. Narendra Modi, the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India and H.E. Mr. Francois Hollande, former Hon’ble President of France on 30th November 2015, at the 21st session of United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP-21) in Paris, France. Former UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon attended the launch. The ISA is guided by its ‘Towards 1000’ strategy which aims to mobilise USD 1,000 billion of investments in solar energy solutions by 2030, while delivering energy access to 1,000 million people using clean energy solutions and resulting in installation of 1,000 GW of solar energy capacity. This would help mitigate global solar emissions to the tune of 1,000 million tonnes of CO2 every year.

On delegation at the World Green Economy Summit at the World Trade Centre, Dubai. Under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President & Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai organised by Dubai Electricity & Water Authority, Dubai Supreme Council of Energy and World Green Economy Organization.

As the Indian delegation gears up for the COP27 in Egypt in November, I’ll be briefing the Prime Minister on various inclusive strategies of the MENA region on sustainability and climate action.

Of all the Ministers that I've interacted with, I was impressed with the humility and honour of an independent and powerful woman, my friend, H.E. Noor Alkhulaif, Minister of Sustainable Development, Bahrain. She builds lives, is honourable and faithful.

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Had backstage discussions with UAE, Bahrain government & COP officials:

H.E. Ahmed Buti Al Muhairbi, Secretary-General, Supreme Council of Energy

H.E. Noor Alkhulaif, Minister of Sustainable Development, Bahrain

H.E. Yusif Ahmed Al Ali, Assistant Undersecretary, UAE Minister of Energy and Infrastructure

H.E. Younus Al Nasser, Assistant Director General, Dubai Digital Authority, CEO, Dubai Data Establishment & Vice-Chairman of the SDG11 Global Council

H.E. Dr. Thani bin Ahmed Al Zeyoudi, UAE Minister of State for Foreign Trade

Ovais Sarmad, Deputy Executive Secretary, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change(UNFCCC)

John Defterios, Professor of Business, NYU Abu Dhabi & World Economic Forum Energy Fellow

Omnia El Omrani, President Youth Envoy, COP 27

Nisreen Elsaim, Chair of UN Secretary General's Youth Advisory Group on Climate Change, Chair of Sudan Youth Organisation on Climate Change

Naif Hamad Al-Rasheed, Security Affairs, GCC Secretariat General

Faisal Ali Rashid PMP, Senior Director, Supreme Council of Energy, Government of Dubai

James Mynupe, Economic Advisor to the President of Namibia & Hydrogen Commissioner, Government of the Republic of Namibia


Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) between the Government of the Republic of India and the Government of the United Arab Emirates (UAE)

The UAE-India CEPA was signed on 18 February 2022 & entered into force officially on 1 May 2022. The CEPA, which was signed in February, is expected to increase the total value of bilateral trade in goods to over $100 billion and trade in services to over $15 billion within five years.

The immediate benefits will include:

- Simpler customs procedures – the process will be much smoother and near-frictionless

- Clear and transparent rules on trade

- Lower tariffs

- Enhanced market access

- Government procurement opportunities

- Greater information and guidance for SMEs

UN commissioner for Human Rights, Miloon Kothari denounced for antisemitic remarks

UN HQ, New York

UN commissioner for Human Rights, Miloon Kothari denounced for antisemitic remarks

Psalms 121:4 “Indeed, He who watches over Israel will neither slumber nor sleep.”


The Executive Director of UNADAP, Dr. Dominic F Dixon, at the UN Headquarters in New York, vehemently and categorically condemned the statements made by Mr. Miloon Kothari, member of the UNHRC commission of inquiry against Israel, and comments that were then defended by his fellow commissioners, Navi Pillay and Chris Sidoti. 

Over fifteen counties, including Canada had condemned the statements made by Mr. Kothari.

When UN commissioner Miloon Kothari ranted about the ”the Jewish lobby,” he was called out for antisemitism by Austria, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, US.
Special envoy of the United States Deborah Lipstadt, and Canada’s Special Envoy, Professor Irwin Cotler, have condemned Kothari for antisemitism.

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President of the UN Human Rights Council, Federico Villegas also condemned the statements made by Kothari.

The UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres issued the following statement: “The Secretary-General has always been extremely clear in saying that there is no room for antisemitism in the work of the UN. Second, Israel is unquestionably a Member State of the United Nations.”

Listen to the Podcast interview of Kothari, here:

According to UN Watch Executive Director, Hillel Neuer, “This commission is perhaps one of the most anti-Israel bodies ever created in the history of the United Nations. It has 18 full-time staff who are tasked with collecting evidence to be used in legal tribunals to prosecute Israelis. There is no question that their goal is to declare Israel an apartheid state. That’s why they chose Navi Pillay as the chair. She’s from South Africa. Two years ago she signed a petition to governments lobbying them to “Sanction Apartheid Israel!””

Dixon has called for the sacking of Mr. Kothari and banning him from ever having a platform at the United Nations. In the past, at the UN Office at Geneva, Dixon had condemned the statements made against India by the UNHRC Commissioner, Michelle Bachelet, who had attempted to undermine the sovereignty of India and interfered with internal matters. Dixon further stated, “There is a lobby and an agenda by the office of the UNHRC, to undermine democracies at the behest of anti-Semitic states with deep pockets. The UN has become a lobbyist organization and one of the most status quo and redundant organizations and the costliest to run. The UN has not been able to stop wars as its mandate, but it creates international tensions, and then tries to solve it. Special Consultative Status & Observer organisations as UNADAP, MORE, UN Watch, etc. have been the conscience of the UN, but it’s a lofty pursuit.”

UNADAP is grateful to the U.S. Secretary of State, Antony Blinken and the U.S. diplomatic department for the extended support, as Dixon registered his protest at the Halls of the UN Security Council, UN General Assembly & and th UN Economic & Social Council.

India and Israel Relations:
Israel and India established full diplomatic relations on January 29, 1992. However, even before that, Israel had a Consulate in Mumbai, operating since 1953. Following the establishment of diplomatic relations an Embassy opened in New Delhi, and the Consulate in Mumbai became Consulate-General. In addition, an Honorary Consulate operates in Kolkata. 

During the years since the establishment of diplomatic relations, much progress has been made on the bilateral level. India is increasingly becoming central to Israel’s policy, politically, commercially, in science and culture. Israel is appreciative of the fact that Jews in India were never persecuted.

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"The Church kneels before God and implores his forgiveness for the sins of her children", says the pope.

Pope Francis’ meeting with Indigenous peoples and members of Sacred Heart Church of the First Peoples, Edmonton, Canada.

I was the only non-Indigenous delegate of the Vatican (Holy See) at the closed door event for the elders of the Indigenous community. The Holy Father stopped to say greet to me.

Pope Francis apologizes for forced assimilation of Indigenous children at residential schools.

Pope says he is 'deeply sorry' to Indigeneous Peoples in Canada.


In his first public event in Canada, Pope Francis addresses representatives of Indigenous Peoples of the First Nations, the Métis and the Inuit gathered in Maskwacis Park, near Edmonton. In his poignant speech, he again implores forgiveness for the evils committed by many Christians against the Indigenous Peoples in Canada in the residential school system.



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Meeting with the Mayor of Edmonton Amarjeet Sohi at City Hall, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

The Mayor was cited with UNADAP’s accolade of ‘Sustainable City Champion’ for UNSDG 11 - SUNSTAINABLE CITIES AND COMMUNITY to “Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable”.

UNADAP has been working on the SDGs in Canada since 2017, and the city of Edmonton has been the prime focus.

Mr. Sohi is a man of humility, passion and a reputed politician. From a cab driver in Edmonton, to a Politician.

Mr. Sohi previously sat as a member of Parliament (MP) and served in the federal Cabinet from 2015 to 2018 as the minister of infrastructure and communities, and from 2018 to 2019 as the minister of natural resources. Sohi was born in India and is the first visible minority to serve as mayor of Edmonton and is one of Canada's first mayors of Punjabi descent.

They had discussed about their personal legal past, struggles and how they've bounced back victoriously and now serve their community, countries and humanity.

Read more about Mr. Sohi:

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New Delhi

Raisina Dialogue is India’s premier foreign policy and geoeconomics conference. Over 200 speakers from 90 countries are participating in the seventh edition.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the seventh edition in the presence of foreign dignitaries, including chief guest Ursula von der Leyen, the European Union Commission President. Prominent world leaders for the annual foreign policy conference, included former Prime Minister of Sweden Carl Bildt, former PM of Canada Stephen Harper, former President of Maldives Mohamed Nasheed and former Australian PM Anthony Abbott.


UNADAP Executive Director., Dr. Dominic Dixon was part of the delegation with world leaders and foreign policy experts on geoeconomics.

Dr. DIxon was with H.E. Carl Bildt, Former Prime Minister, Sweden; Co-Chair, European Council on Foreign Relations; and Mr. Ashok Malik, Policy Advisor, Ministry of External Affairs, India. Dr. Dixon was pleasantly surprised to be appreciated by the Foreign Secretary of India, Harsh Vardhan Shringla, for his work of peace in foreign policies.

Discussions with, Lt. Colonel László Kővári Defence, Military and Air Attaché, Embassy of Hungary, in regards to the turmoil on the borders of Ukraine and how the European Union is affected. He also had a discussion with Péter Sztáray, Minister of State for Security Policy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Hungary; on the topic of, “Weaponisation of Everything”.


TOPIC: “Domestic Discord, Global Expectations: Will the American Eagle Fly?”

DR. DIXON'S  REBUTTAL - American hypocrisy & European collective ‘American’ hegemony’:

U.S. view: Greater significance was exuded in the backdrop of the unfolding invasion of Ukraine by Russia. American delegates continuously contended that India “has to” and “must” condemn Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and that India cannot be silent.


Preface: The last time I checked, India was an independent State, no longer do we carry a colonial mindset of subservience. Therefore, India has its own way of the use of vocabulary and do not rely on the rhetoric or the universal colloquial use of the English narrative whilst addressing international matters.

I wish to echo what Nelson Mandela had once said. “One of the mistakes which some political analysts make is to think their enemies should be our enemies,” he said which was met by applause. “Our attitude towards any country is determined by the attitude of that country to our struggle.” So, America, your enemies are not ours!”

By the way, we have been in World War 3, since decades ago.

The biggest problem with the U.S., is that it has no resolve for their own problems, with an internal civil war with the persecution of Black Americans. The U.S. incarcerates more of its citizens than any other country in the world. The U.S. along with the UK, both permanent members of the UN Security Council had invaded Iraq, killed, looted and raped its people in an act of war, and no one was held accountable. Let’s not start with the mess that U.S. has caused in Afghanistan.

At this rebuttal, the American delegates responded to me saying, “Well, America is the leading producer of oil, not Russia. America is the most powerful…” and the list of futile gloating continued.

My response: Seriously? Powerful? By what parameters?, The number of homeless in the US is estimated at 552,830. With around half a million individuals living in a state of homelessness. The poverty rate in the U.S. is 11.4%. In 2020, there were 37.2 million people in poverty, approximately 3.3 million more than in 2019.


Over the course of three days, the dialogue will feature panel discussions across multiple formats on six thematic pillars. These are:

1. Rethinking democracy: Trade, Tech and Ideology

2. End of Multilateralism: A Networked Global Order?

3. Water Caucuses: Turbulent Tides in the Indo-Pacific

4. Communities Inc: First Responders to Health, Development, and Planet

5. Achieving Green Transitions: Common Imperative, Diverging Realities

6. Samson vs Goliath: The Persistent and Relentless Tech Wars


‘Athmanirbhar Bhart’, ‘self-reliant India’

"Each day, 25,000 people, including more than 10,000 children, die from hunger..." United Nations



Hyderabad, INDIA

With the urgent appeal from the UN Secretary General to eradicate hunger, UNSDG 2 (ZERO HUNGER), and Prime Minister Modi's Athmanirbhar Bharat - self reliant India drive, UNADAP acknowledges that we are just a drop in the ocean to eradicate ‘acute hunger’ starting with India. As we do our little bit, we are excited about our new concept of food distribution.

India must become ‘Athmanirbhar Bhart’, ‘self-reliant India’ as is Prime Minister Modi’s economic vision and economic development in the country.

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Her Excellency Dr. Dena Assaf the UN chief (Resident coordinator) of the United Nations in the United Arab Emirates, graciously welcomed Dr. Dominic F Dixon, the Executive Director of UNADAP in Dubai. Lengthy discussions were held on world peace and diplomatic dialogue, and geopolitical reconciliation; with the intention of ZERO HUNGER.


UNADAP has developed an organized, ‘each-one-reach one’, and ‘one-community-to another’ outreach modality for food distribution for anyone in need. As shown in the picture, at the DUBAI chapter, we use biodegradable packaging, with zero plastic usage to package the produce. All produce and essentials are within the national nutritional standards. This project is led by our regional coordinators, Nifty Fernandes Vilma Sanctis Phillips & Renfert Philips, Marchita Fernandes.

The total expat population in UAE has now come to 8.92 million, which constitutes approximately 90% of the population. Many expats are from developing nations and have been hit hard due to the prevailing Covid crisis, and many don’t have enough for their basic needs, with the burden to send financial support to their families back home.

The India chapters have been executing the ZERO HUNGER projects in the regions of Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Kolkata, through our over 1500 volunteers and channel partners.

We at UNADAP are cognisant of the fact it takes a collective effort to achieve the hope of feeding everyone. Some sow in money, some sow in outreach, some sow in provisions, some sow in cooking, and the efforts continue.

As we do our small, yet significant bit, we encourage food missions for everyone in your own regions, and in your own way that it takes one to feed one. Perhaps, check on your neighbors and your neighbourhood to see that no one goes to bed hungry.

Should you require the assistance of UNADAP’s expertise is food distribution, or would like us to do it on your behalf, you may reach out to us,

Statement of Dr. Dixon: I say this as a testimonial: With the command to practice what I preach, during the COVID crisis, I gave away more than 90% of what I had, barring my personal items. We set up a Scholarship fund, organized outreach food programs, and assisted a few families to cover their home rentals. Many leaders have testified to this, and can be verified at, It is with this impertinence, I appeal that each one reach one!

UNADAP OFFICIAL: Dr. Dixon's speech at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, presided by, H.E. Mr. Federico Villegas, President of the Human Rights Council; Ms. Nada Al-Nashif, United Nations Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights and others.

Conference: Intersessional panel discussion on the challenges and good practices in the prevention of corruption, and the impact of corruption on the enjoyment of human rights in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sitting right beside Dr. Dixon, on the other side of the isle was the Pakistani Ambassador to the UN, Mr. Khalil-ur-Rahman HASHMI, who walked out before Dr. Dixon's speech.

“Righteousness exalts a nation.” Proverbs 14:34

Jai Hind!

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Dr. Dominic F Dixon, Executive Director of UNADAP was the National Focal Point at the COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland. He was in high-level discussions with world leaders to join the Global Methane Pledge, which aims to reduce methane emissions by at least 30 per cent below 2020 levels by 2030. Canada has now pledged to reduce methane emissions in the oil and gas sector by 75 per cent below 2012 levels by 2030. Leaders of developing nations have sought $1.3 TRILLION a YEAR in climate financing from 2030, from wealthy nations. Part of the proposal was to draft sanctions to discourage and totally cease the subsidy and usage of coal.

Dr. Dixon was greeted by the Indian Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi <<<READ MORE>>>


Dr. Dixon being the Focal Point, was welcomed by the UK Prime Minister, Mr. Boris Johnson <<<READ MORE>>>







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Her Excellency, Ursula von der Leyen

President of the European Commission

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Middle East and North Africa Climate Week

Hotel Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai

March 28-31, 2022

UNADAP’s representation on delegation by the UAE Ministry of Climate Change & Environment and the United Nations Framework for Climate Change (UNFCCC).

Dr. Dominic Dixon's note verbale in brief:

The world as we know it, will one day turn into a ball of fire; but, till such time, let us be good stewards of the planet, so that we may reap the promise of a new heaven and a new earth.

Question to governments:

What carbon taxes are Bitcoin, NFTs and other crypto currencies paying? Nothing!

Both Bitcoin and NFTS (Non-Fungible Tokens) which are the digital equivalents of cash and collectibles, generates the same amount of carbon emission and footprint per transaction, equivalent to 680,000 plastic card transactions at super markets, or an equivalent of over 51,000 hours of YouTube gorging.

India has constantly committed to its responsibilities and obligations to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). India is a forerunner in Climate Action, and the Climate Action Tracker has rated India’s efforts as ‘2 degree compatible’, which means that if all countries made efforts like India’s average global temperature; rise could be limited to 2°C by the year 2100, in keeping with the Paris Agreement and Kyoto Protocol. According to Babul Supriyo, MoS Climate Change, GOI, “India is the world’s only major economy to be rated so. India’s intensity of GDP reduced to 12% between 2005 and 2010 while a reduction of 24% was achieved between 2005 and 2016.”

2 Peter 3: (vs 1) The heavens will disappear with a roar; the elements will be destroyed by fire, and the earth and everything done in it will be laid bare. (vs 12) That day will bring about the destruction of the heavens by fire, and the elements will melt in the heat. (vs 13) But in keeping with his promise we are looking forward to a new heaven and a new earth…”

We have not been good stewards of this planet: Isaiah 24:4-5 gives us the bitter reality of what we’ve done to the earth: “The earth dries up and withers, the world languishes and withers, the heavens languish with the earth. The earth is defiled by its people; they have disobeyed the laws, violated the statutes and broken the everlasting covenant.”

Therefore, let us be mindful that we are stewards on God’s green planet, and we must take care of it, as Mother Earth takes care of us.

Dr. Dominic F Dixon

Executive Director, UNADAP


From a brothel house to a house of refuge - the resuce of 40 bonded sex workers and children!

Made a one day stop at Pune, Maharashtra for the launch of PROJECT RESCUE

When you’re broken, you can either fall victim to the psychological adage that, “broken people break people”, or you could claim the Scripture that strengthens you, God has called me “… to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners…” (Cf Isaiah 61:1)


Today was the launch of Project Rescue, a project that rescues commercial sex workers, and their children. This project has recently rescued around 40 women who were at brothels in Pune, Maharashtra, India. The very building of Project Rescue itself was a brothel and surrounding this building are other brothels. Led by Dr. Mathew Daniel & Mrs. Danile, and team, the building has a daycare, a nursery, a baking department, a kitchen, a primary healthcare facility, etc.


Young and minor girls were rescued by the cops, and Project Rescue went to the Courts and legally enrolled theses girls for the rehabilitation program. Before Project Rescue, in the basement of this building, these minor girls were dumped in torture cells to be broken emotionally, mentally to the point that they succumb to the cravings of deranged men with evil passions. Once rescued, these girls bravely testified against the traffickers and jailed them. These girls now live in a protected environment, free as a butterfly; this the name TITALEE in Hindi, which translates as BUTTERFLY in English.


The women who have been rescued are taught skills in-house to earn a decent living and this project has a daycare for the kids of these women, and everyone is provided with all their meals and requirements.


The Deputy Commissioner of Police, Dr. N Priyanka IPS, along with the jurisdiction Inspector of Police has promised me with full security for this project against thugs or disgruntled traffickers. Furthermore, the DCP, a medical doctor herself, has expressed to assist us in connections with gynaecologists for routine check ups of these precious women. The jurisdiction police inspector has also assured of round the clock availability.

In the picture is the team that the Lord has given us.


There is an ambulance as well in case of emergencies, and this ambulance of Project Rescue is being offered free of cost to the local community as well.


UN Nuclear Watchdog, IAEA, Urges Russia To "Cease Actions" At Ukraine Nuclear Sites
Vienna, Austria

My thoughts:
March 3, 2022, the IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency) board of governors met to demand Russia not to attack Ukraine’s nuclear envoy plants.

March 4, 2022, Russian shelling sets largest nuclear plant in Europe on fire. The attack was on the eastern city of Enerhodar and its Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant.

Revelation 9:18 18 “A third of mankind was killed by the three plagues of fire, smoke and sulfur that came out of their mouths.” (Smoke, sulphur, fire tantamounts to nuclear energy. Biblical prophecy at a prelude play of thought, perhaps an allegory.)
MAD: We live in a world where we mutually agree to destroy each other.

MAD - Mutual Assured Destruction, principle of deterrence founded on the notion that a nuclear attack by one superpower would be met with an overwhelming nuclear counterattack such that both the attacker and the defender would be annihilated.
The insurance policy of MAD is: “You attack me, be assured that I will have enough attacking ability left to destroy you too, and then there’s nothing left of both of us. Thus it is MAD for you to come after me, and MAD for me to go after you. Come after my land bases, and I will strike back from some sub which you don’t know where it is.”

The United Nations' nuclear watchdog urged Russia on Thursday to "cease all actions" at Ukraine's nuclear facilities, including the site of the Chernobyl disaster, following its invasion of the country.

The resolution passed by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) board of governors also "deplores the Russian Federation's actions in Ukraine, including forcefully seizing control of nuclear facilities and other violent actions" (AFP)

Ironically, Russian Ambassador to Vienna is on the Board of Governors of the IAEA. And, Russia is a UNSC member.

Ukraine has informed the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) that staff who have been kept at the Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) since Russian military forces took control of the site a week ago were facing “psychological pressure and moral exhaustion”, Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi said, stressing that they must be allowed to rest and rotate so that their crucial work can be carried out safely and securely. (IAEA).

Welcome to the world of mad-men with absolute power, and absolute corruption!

Lord, have mercy!
UNADAP delegation with the Government of Karnataka | Law & Home Ministers

Dr. Dominic Dixon, the Executive Director of UNADAP, was graciously welcomed by the Hon’ble Law Minister of Karnataka, Sri. J.C. Madhuswamy, and the Hon’ble Home Minister of Karnataka, Shri Araga Jnanendra, right after the cabinet meeting at Vidhana Soudha (State Government office); to discuss the prevailing issue of the Anti-Conversion Bill. The purview of this bill is under the Hon’ble Ministers.

The Church in India, collectively, with a strong concentration in Karnataka have alleged that the move by the Government of Karnataka is unconstitutional. Dr. Dixon has asked the Hon’ble Ministers who are the key ministers in this bill, to consider the diminishing statistics of Christians in the country and the good work that the community has executed, as a peace loving and sacrificial unit. He expressed to the ministers that he himself is a practising Christian, to which the Ministers have stated that the Anti-Conversion bill is not targeted at any community, but to penalise forced and illegal conversions. They are in appreciation of the good work done in the State by Christians.

Whilst the bill is scheduled to be tabled during the upcoming winter session of the Assembly in Belagavi from December 13-24; Dixon requested the Ministers to ensure that Church services are not affected and to provide adequate security for the well being of Christians who have expressed their worst fears. The Home Minster has assured Dixon that there would be no attacks on any community and Church services will not be disrupted as feared by the Church, during Assembly sessions in Belagavi.

The Hon’ble Ministers have assured Dixon that Christians and all minorities have equal rights as per Article 25 of the Indian Constitution, and that the State government will ensure such freedom.

A statement from the government would be made shortly.

Dixon would have met with Prime Minister Modi and Chief Minister, Shri Basavaraj Bommai on the 6th to discuss this matter, but PM Modi had a delegation with Russian President Putin on the 6th as scheduled.

Dixon will be submitting a report to various International organisations and forums and to the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India in due course.

Jai Hind!

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Meeting with NITI Aayog Vice-Chairman, Dr. Rajiv Kumar. New Delhi


Dr. Rajiv Kumar, the Hon’ble Vice-Chairman of NITI Aayog, India's official Think Tank, the rank and status of Cabinet Minister and UNADAP’s Executive Director, Dr. Dominic F Dixon engaged in a fruitful consultation on matters pertaining to India’s national interest. The Hon’ble Prime Minister who is also the Chairperson of NITI Aayog, was occupied with the elections in West Bengal, as even the meeting with French foreign minister Jean-Yves Le Drian and the Prime Minister was cancelled due to a COVID related response.


Discussions between the Chairperson and the Executive Director were on India’s diplomatic relations, India’s economy, India’s vaccine drive and the foreigners in India.

Read full report at this link

(This link will take you to UNADAP website)


UNADAP OFFICIAL: Meeting with H.E. Ambassador Indra Mani Pandey, Permanent Representative of India to the UN and International Organisations in Geneva.

Dr. Dixon held discussions on prevailing issues concerning India, with India’s perspective of matters vis-à-vis concerns with the Office of the Commissioner of Human Rights. The Ambassador was encouraged with Dr. Dixon's statement made at the UNHRC on the 15th, and he has graciously invited him back to speak at the first session of the HRC next month at the UN office in Geneva.

The Ambassador is a man of humility, and integrity.

Deeply honoured to serve God and country!


Jai Hind!

Chief Information Commission
New Delhi


Dr. Dominic Dixon, the Executive Director of UNADAP met with Mr. Uday Mahurkar, Information Commissioner of India, at the CIC in New Delhi and discussed about strengthening the institution with transparency and accountability, which is the fundamental right of every Indian citizen.


Hand picked by the Hon'ble Prime Minister of India, as the Information Commissioner of India, Mr. Uday Mahurkar is the watchdog for the Government of India’s Right To Information Act, at the Central Information Commission, New Delhi. He is also a judge for hearing appellate RTI cases.

Mr. Mahurkar is a man of impeccable integrity, assured Dr. Dixon of his commitment to fighting for justice and a corruption-free India.



Protocol Office


Meeting with the Consul General of India to Dubai, Dr. Amman Puri at the Indian Consulate in Dubai

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Dr. Dixon was received by His Excellency, Dr. Amman Puri, the Consulate General of India in Dubai. They had Discussed several pressing matters regarding the welfare of Indians in the UAE. Dr. Dixon requested the CG to take forward the diplomatic request to ease travel protocols for Indians travelling to Dubai, which Dr. Dixon has earlier addressed to the UAE Ambassador to India and the Minister of State for External Affairs, Shri V. Muraleedharan.

Discussion were extended to  various diplomatic and political matters as well.

Dr. Puri will be leading a delegation to Tel Aviv, Israel in December, whilst I would be leading another delegation to Eilat, Israel, during the same week.

Jai Hind!

Indian Prime Minister, Modi Ji met Pope Francis in Rome at the Vatican

Pope has graciously accepted the invitation of PM Modi

India's Foreign Secretary, Harsh Vardhan Shringla, in a press conference, said, "The last Pope visit to India was in 1999. The Pope has graciously accepted the invitation of PM Modi. And in his own word and I am paraphrasing it, he said you have given me the greatest gift. I am looking forward to visiting India." He added that the Prime Minister gave his Holiness a candle stand and a book about India's environmental commitment. Pope responded with a bronze plaque inscribed with the words "the desert will become a garden."

READ | Pope Francis accepts PM Modi's invitation to visit India; calls it 'A great gift'

Pope Francis emphasised cordial relations between the Vatican and India during his conversation with Prime Minister Modi, according to a statement released by the Holy See Press Office. According to the statement, "Pope Francis received in audience, in the Vatican Apostolic Palace, the Prime Minister of the Republic of India, Narendra Modi."





Christ University, Bangalore was selected for the international program, from Bangalore, India. Christ University is a member of the United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI).

4 scholars were selected from over 25,000 students, by a selection committee, to research under UNADAP. The funding was sponsored by DIXON SCHOLARSHIPS.

A contained ceremony was held at Christ University.

In the picture is the Vice Chancellor of Christ University, Rev. Dr. Abraham VM; the Executive Director of UNADAP, Dr. Dominic F Dixon with, Dr. Reena Cherian, Internships Head, Sociology & Social Work; Dr. Anil Pinto, Registrar & Professor, Performing Arts and Dr. Victor Paul, Head, Sociology & Social Work, along with the scholars.

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With the financial sponsorship of DIXON SCHOLARSHIPS and Internships from UNADAP, the researchers in West Africa were able to study the prevailing issues of TEENAGE PREGNANCIES contributing to poverty in COTE D'IVOIRE.



NOTE: With French being the offical language of the region, the research was done in French and translated in English.


Mentor: Dr. Dominic F Dixon

In the eradication of poverty, a small financial contribution alone will not suffice. Governments need to study and analyze the ground situation and contributing factors, such as this report, in engaging with non governmental organziatons and foundations.

The Global Game Changers
From Canada to Dubai

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Address by Dr. Dominic F Dixon, Executive Director of UNADAP, to the students of GEMS Our Own English High School, Dubai.


This address was on the occasion of their project, "The Global Game Changers", advocated by Ms. Marie Ramos, Teacher Ambassador of GEMS GLOBAL SCHOOLS.

GEMS OOD is the largest international school in the Gulf region, with over 50 schools and over 10,000 students.



CHRIST UNIVERSITY, BANGALORE was selected as an institutional partner for internships in India.

DIXON SCHOLARSHIPS was the stipend partner for the internships.

All participants were given the opportunity to participate as delegates at the UN conference on:

“Asia-Pacific United Nations Responsible Business and Human Rights Forum: The New Decade of Action?”. The Forum was be held virtually from 1 - 4 June 2021 while Pre-Forum side event sessions were held on 28 and 31 May 2021. This year’s Forum was co-organized by the UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights (UNWG), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the International Labour Organization (ILO), the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women), the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM)



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