Indian-American television Character and Food specialist Padma Lakshmi was fabricated by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) as its latest Goodwill Ambassador, encouraging the agency’s struggle against inequality and discrimination across the world.
In Her new character, the Emmy-nominated television character and award-winning writer will mobilise support to its Sustainable Development Goals with a concentration on combating inequality, discrimination and enabling the disenfranchised.
Ms Lakshmi was appointed the Goodwill Ambassador from UNDP Administrator Achim Steiner at a service in the UNDP headquarters in town.
“As we observe International Women’s Day… let us recall that women and women face a number of the worst insecurities and discrimination on the planet,” Ms Lakshmi said in a media conference held at UNDP headquarters.
She said that her chief Concentrate as UNDP Goodwill Ambassador is to shine a spotlight on the fact that inequality can impact people in wealthy and poor nations alike.
“Many countries have significantly diminished poverty, but inequality has demonstrated more obstinate,” she explained.
“Inequality It particularly affects women, minorities and others that confront unimaginable discrimination from the societies where they reside.”
Mr Steiner stated Ms Lakshmi has a solid record of speaking out to people who were left behind and of combating discrimination.
She Globally celebrated celebrities, musicians, athletes and other high-profile Influencers like Spanish-born global celebrity Antonio Banderas, Award-winning actor Michelle Yeoh and mythical performer Bob Weir.