UN Access Success Stories
This is what good advocacy looks like
Autumn Peltier, a 13-year-old Anishinaabe girl from Wikwemikong First Nation, addresses world leaders at the United Nations about protecting water.
At the first ever United Nations Survivor Town Hall, for survivors of sexual assault and rape, Dr. Paul Zeitz, Founder, Build A Movement 2020 speaks up about why United Nations advocacy matters, and what it feels like to stand at the UN podium and fight for what matters with other human rights defendors.
Some of our standout clients and their exemplary work
Euro-med human rights monitor
Nations Global Consulting has been proud to curate an ECOSOC Consultative Status application for this incredible an organization. They are already exemplary in their advocacy and use of UN access. Click below to see their full client profile and their inspiring UN advocacy at the Human Rights Council and beyond.
The Girdle is a shining example of what community activism looks like when its done right. Entirely volunteer-run, it works to raise awareness of female genital mutilation in Nigeria.
Glimmer of hope
A groundbreaking Sudanese organization, Glimmer of Hope works to provide the blind population of Sudan with desperately needed resources, including a National Audio library, and more.