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15 April 2011 - Updated 17 July 2013

From: Stephen M. Apatow
Founder, Director of Research & Development
Humanitarian Resource Institute
Humanitarian University Consortium Graduate Studies
Center for Medicine, Veterinary Medicine & Law
Phone: 203-668-0282
Email: s.m.apatow@humanitarian.net
Internet: www.humanitarian.net

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G20 Asked to View Documentary: Inside Job - Establish Emergency Action Plan

On 13 April 2011, an appeal was presented to the UN Commission on Human Rights to address the international economic crisis and devastation caused by financial crimes, the unregulated shadow banking system and OTC derivatives market. [1]

In conjunction with G20 meetings taking place today in Washington, DC, Stephen M. Apatow, Founder, Director of Research & Development, Humanitarian Resource Institute, Humanitarian University Consortium Graduate Studies Center for Medicine, Veterinary Medicine & Law is presenting an appeal for participants to (1) view the Academy Award Winning Documentary "Inside Job," and (2) establish an emergency action plan based on the objectives presented to the UN Commission on Human Rights - Security Council. [1]

Inside Job: Sony Pictures
DVD: Stream available on Amazon Instant Video
Url: http://www.amazon.com/Inside-Job-Matt-Damon/dp/B0041KKYBA

In the United States, states and municipalities remain in a fiscal state of emergency with the household level economically devastated by the collapse of the housing market, loss of life savings and retirement accounts, unemployment and underemployment.  Humanitarian Resource Institute is calling for demographic analysis by frontline service programs and unmet needs reports to assist strategic planning for emergency assistance in every United States city/county area. [2] 

In the context of globalization, this same work is needed in every UN member country, to assist strategic planning and development for infrastructure stabilization and humanitarian relief operations. [3,4,5]


1. Financial Crimes Referred to UN Commission on Human Rights - Security Council: HRI:UNArts Humanitarian Intervention Initiative, 13 April 2011. Url: http://www.unarts.org/H-II/ref/4132011OHCHR.html
2. America's Action Plan for Community Service: Humanitarian Resource Institute, 3 December 2010. Url: http://www.unarts.org/news/aiie_aapcs1232010.html
3. The Ultimate Objective: Humanitarian Resource Institute. Url: http://www.humanitarian.net/Omnia_vincit_amor
4. United Nations Arts Initiative: Humanitarian Resource Institute. Url: http://www.unarts.org
5. HRI:UNArts Humanitarian Intervention Initiative. Url: http://www.unarts.org/H-II


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