NewsSIDE EVENT “Bio-economy and Development. Beyond the Crisis, a New World” (2012-06-19)
Lectio: "Usage of resources. Traditional rules for fighting poverty" (in italian) (2011-12-12)
Gherush92 participates in the 17th Session of the Human Rights Council - Item 4 - General Debate (2011-06-17)
“JUDAISM AND ISLAM. RULES FOR A NEW GOLDEN AGE” (2011-03-14)
GHERUSH92 ACKNOWLEDGED AT THE UN (2009-02-12)
GHERUSH92 ACCREDITED TO THE DURBAN 2 REVIEW CONFERENCE (2009-02-12)
COURSE "MODERN ANTI-SEMITISM AND CRISIS OF HUMAN RIGHTS" (2009-02-09)
GHERUSH92 ACKNOWLEDGED AT THE UN
New York UN HeadquartersDate: 2009-02-12
We are pleased to announce that Gherush92 Committee for Human Rights has been granted the special consultative status with UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).
Economic and Social Council
Department of Public Information • News and Media Division • New York
Committee on NGOs
7th & 8th Meetings (AM & PM)
TEN CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS APPROVED BY NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS
COMMITTEE FOR CONSULTATIVE STATUS WITH ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL
Leaves 31 Applications Pending
The Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations today continued its consideration of new applications from national and international civil society groups seeking consultative status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) and began its consideration of previously deferred applications, approving 10 for special status and leaving pending 31 more.
Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) from around the world were approved for status, working to address such concerns as the health of homeless teenage girls; child abandonment and discrimination; the needs of refugees, asylum seekers and displaced persons; water-related health threats in Africa; and keeping alive the memory of the First World War.
Also granted special consultative status were:
Gherush92: Committee for Human Rights (document E/C.2/2009/R.2/Add.11), a national organization in Rome aimed at, among other things, promoting and undertaking scientific and technological research, formulating new strategies for cooperation with developing countries and producing publications and projects in the fields of human rights and poverty and related issues, such as racism, conflict resolution, rights of indigenous people, women, children, valorisation of local resources and sustainable development;
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Members of the Committee
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland