Conference on “Climate Change: It is happening here, it is happening now”
As a contribution to the 41st ordinary session of the United Nations Human Rights Council, New Humanity co-organized the conference “Climate Change: It's happening here, It's happening now” together with the Permanent Representation of the Philippines, the NGO APG23 and other partner organizations of the Forum of Catholic-inspired NGOs in Geneva.
Prof. Esther Salamanca, a New Humanity expert in the field of Human Rights, presented the experience of “Co-Governance” as a good local practice of sound policies for the promotion and protection of human rights, on the occasion of a seminar on the topic organized by the UN Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva.
On April 9, 2019 the New Humanity delegation in Geneva organized a Conference, together with the other Catholic Inspired NGOs, to present to a group of fifty youngsters of New Humanity from about 20 countries around the world the International System of Human Rights and the role of the Holy See and the Catholic Inspired NGOs at the United Nations in Geneva.
70th Anniversary of the Declaration of Human Rights: The Dignity of Life
The Permanent Missions of the Holy See and the Order of Malta to the United Nations, together with other Catholic-inspired NGOs present in Geneva, organized a seminar to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Declaration of Human Rights, and reflect on the topic of Dignity of Life.
New Humanity NGO expresses with great sorrow its deep condolences for the passing, on October 29, of Dr Alfred Fernandez, General director of the NGO for the Right to Education and Freedom of Education (OIDEL) and founder of the Henry Dunant University College (CUHD).
New Humanity is grateful to Dr. Fernandez for having being one of the main architects of the Forum of Catholic-inspired NGOs (CINGO) in Geneva. Through the Summer University for Human Rights, he also contributed - with also great financial support - to the formation of more than 2,000 students from 115 countries over the last twenty years —including about 20 youth from New Humanity.
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