SERVAS and UN

Human Rights Council

Headquarter of the Human Rights Council in Geneva

It is the idea of peace that Servas has in common with the Human Rights Council of the UN. Since 1973, Servas has a status as observer at the UN. There are teams of Servas members in New York, Vienna and Geneva who follow the negotiations in various commissions.
The Human Rights Council has its meetings in Geneva. In this body, NGO's who are approved by the ECOSOC (Economic and Social Council) can actively express themselves orally or in writing regarding issues of the order of the day.

To be a delegate of SI in the Human Rights Council means:

 

Human Rights Council

Headquarter of the Human Rights Council in Geneva

It is the idea of peace that Servas has in common with the Human Rights Council of the UN. Since 1973, Servas has a status as observer at the UN. There are teams of Servas members in New York, Vienna and Geneva who follow the negotiations in various commissions.
The Human Rights Council has its meetings in Geneva. In this body, NGO's who are approved by the ECOSOC (Economic and Social Council) can actively express themselves orally or in writing regarding issues of the order of the day.

To be a delegate of SI in the Human Rights Council means:

 


At the end of the year, SI expects a report.


Servas members who would like to attend a UN session are expected to contact


peacesecretary@servas.org

Reports of Meetings


more information at Wikipedia