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.
Last Thursday, October 11, about thirty NGOs among which New Humanity organized an event at UNESCO on the subject of education priority and how to reach the 4th of the 2030 Sustainable Development objectives, “Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all”.
The representatives of New Humanity in New York and five other NGOs have produced an abbreviated version of the Global Compact for Migration (GCM), on behalf of the NGO Committee on Migration (CoM), with the aim of facilitating its understanding and wide-range spread. The document "A Glance at the Global Compact for Migration" contains an outline of the GCM that will be approved at the Intergovernmental Conference on Migration, taking place in Marrakesh, Morocco, in December 2018.
In the framework of the Genfest 2018, 25 young people selected by the New Humanity's competition Fraternitales met some representatives of the National Delegation of FAO and UNESCO in Manila and promoted at the UN level the United World Week initiative.
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