Support to Right to Peace
On November 9, 2016, the Declaration on the Right to Peace was officially presented to the UNGA III Committee of the on-going 71th General Assembly (New York).
Some days before, WUCWO, together with 47 NGOs cosignatories, sent an open letter to all diplomatic missions in New York recommending to vote favourably on the Human Rights Declaration on Right to Peace.
WUCWO and NGOs in collaboration with the Pontifical Council for the Family present Amoris Laetitia
The speakers were: Mgr. Vincenzo Paglia, President of the PCF, Mgr. Ivan Jurkovic, Apostolic Nuncio, Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the United Nations in Geneva and Maria Giovanna Ruggeri, WUCWO President General. Ambassadors or representatives of more than 70 Embassies to the Holy See attended as well as about 20 directors of Catholic NGOs, special guests and journalists.
UNITED NATIONS-NEW YORK, Report by Maribeth Stewart, WUCWO Vice-President General
Message of His Holiness Pope Francis on the Occasion of the International Conference "Women and the Post-2015 Development Agenda: The Challenges of the Sustainable Development Goals?"
Christian commitment against human trafficking: a joint document of Caritas Internationalis and the Pontifical Council for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Itinerant People
International Work Shop
Maribeth Stewart's presentation during Board Meeting 2012
Statement of Catholic-Inspired Organizations on Decent Work and the Post-2015 Development Agenda
As a contribution to the discussion of the post-2015 development framework, we, Catholic inspired organizations, re-affirm that the most effective route out of poverty and the ongoing global economic crisis is closely linked to the promotion of decent work and support for adequate social protection… To read more click here
XX Anniversary of the International Year of the Family
WUCWO has sponsored a Declaration of the Civil Society on the Occasion of the XXth Anniversary of the International year of the Family (IYF) which will take place in 2014. The aim is that its contents become a part of a resolution adopted by the United Nations on the occasion of this anniversary. Politicians, academics, representatives of NGOs as well as individual citizens the world over are invited to sign it.
More information about the declaration and an online form to sign it can be found at http://www.family2014.org/declaration.php.
Summary of international activities carried out during 2013Click here
Report of WUCWO activities in the International agencies during 2012Click here
WUCWO Declarations/Statements October 2010-May 2011Click here