United Nations Messenger of Peace and musician Stevie Wonder met with UNICEF advocate and Vietnamese performer Nguyen Phuong Anh to push for greater inclusion for children with disabilities. The meeting coincided with a high level meeting on those with disabilities held as a part of the UN’s General Assembly taking place in New York this week. The video above was uploaded by UNICEF and features footage of the meeting between Stevie Wonder and Nguyen Phuong Anh, also known as Crystal. Credit: Youtube/unicef
Video: Stevie Wonder campaigns for children with disabilities at General Assembly
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