Our Work Promise To Uphold The Trust Placed
The International Peace Commission, is a globally recognized and respected International Civil Society Organization that boasts an impressive membership of over 20,500 individual members and partner organizations from all corners of the world. The primary objective of the IPC is to maintain and promote the ideals and principles enshrined in the Declaration of Human Rights, which was officially adopted by the United Nations on December 10, 1948.
IPC is working in collaboration with Various UN organs, for the betterment of our global society. IPC is associated with “Conference of NGO (CONGO)” in Consultative Relationship with the United Nations Organization (UNO) and incorporated in the United States of America as a Global Non Profit organization and having Partnership Collaboration with more than 1000 International Non Governmental Organizations in more than 28 countries.
What is the main Operational focus of IPC?
The main focus of our work is Human Rights, Social Development, Education, NGO Networking, Environment, Youth, Health, International Campaign against Aids, Women Empowerment, Media, Democratization, Humanitarian Aid, Disaster Management, Peace Keeping Disarmament and sustainability through development and support of civil society initiatives and goals.
How it Works?
The IPC is dedicated to bring together a wide range of Civil Society Organizations from International to local levels, to consolidate and strengthen the disarmament and peace efforts of Organizations and individuals around the world because Without Peace there cannot be Prosperity. IPC works with groups from a variety of backgrounds, including youth, women, labor, education, environment, human rights, religious and professional bodies to support non-violent conflict resolutions and works towards a sustainable culture of PEACE.