Our possibilities of action have been written and oral statements before the Human Rights Council.
At the Human Rights Session at the UN Geneva in March 2012, WUCWO co-signed:
An oral statement on the role of Faith-Inspired Organizations in the promotion and protection of the Right to Health.
An oral statement on The Promotion and Protection of the Right to Health of People Living with HIV: the Engagement of Faith-Inspired Organizations
A written statement: Appeal for Urgent Attention to the Situation of Children Living with HIV or with HIV/TB co-Infection
5 (five) oral statements focusing on children's rights and the right to education in the following countries: Venezuela,Thailand,Haiti,Togo and Timor Leste.
Oral statement: Right to Development: from rhetoric to action of which the main point was that the implementation of the right to development is successful only if centered on the human person.
Very important was the General Debate at the Regular Session of the Human Rights Council Panel Discussion on “Discriminatory laws and practices and acts of violence against individuals based on their sexual orientation and gender identity”. We submitted an oral statement: “Toward Preserving the Universality of Human Rights”. The Human Rights Commission’s report met with strong opposition and during this debate and on March 7th the delegates of UN member states in the Organization of Islamic Conference, representing 57 countries in Africa, Asia and the Middle East, walked out of the Palais des Nations in protest. The United States and European countries welcomed the report…
Intervention of Archbishop Ivan Jurkovič to the United Nations International Conference in Support of Israeli-Palestinian Peace