Global Communications & Information- Communications chief answers questions from UN General Assembly

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Remarks by Melissa Fleming Under-Secretary-General for Global Communications on questions relating to information posed by the United Nations General Assembly.

Fourth Committee, 8th meeting (7th plenary meeting) – General Assembly, 76th session” on the questions relating to information.

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Melissa Fleming is the newly appointed Under-Secretary-General for Global Communications, taking up her functions as of 1 September 2019.

From 2009 until August 2019, Ms. Fleming served UNHCR as Head of Global Communications and Spokesperson for the High Commissioner. At UNHCR, she led global media outreach campaigns, social media engagement and a multimedia news service to distribute and place stories designed to generate empathy and stir action for refugees.

Ms. Fleming is a frequent interview guest on international media platforms, and her talks are featured on She is author of the book, A Hope More Powerful than the Sea, and host of the award-winning podcast, Awake at Night (

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