What contributions has the Federation made through NGO status?
Peace – supports the UNESCO Culture of Peace; holds active membership in the Hague Appeal for Peace and lobbies in behalf of nuclear disarmament.
Economic Development – has taken corporate stance on Third World debts; continues to provide funding and staffing for development and disaster relief projects in the Developing World; work to attain a more just economic and financial system.
Social Development – supports the work of UN agencies through establishment and administration of numerous, clinics, rehabilitation centers, mental health, drug treatment facilities, family, women and children’s centers; conducts outreach and centers for those in need.
Refugee Assistance - support and administer centers for Asian and Latin American refugees and immigrants; participates in a Refugees Legislation Project to provide more humane and just legislation for refugees.
Human Rights - supports a Radio Program for Human Rights in Haiti and administers a Holocaust Institute; offers workshops and courses on migrant rights, racism, ethnocentrism and multiculturalism.
Women – provide shelters, centers, training and education programs for abused women, victims of prostitution, single mothers, homeless women, unemployed and unskilled women.
Children – supports UNICEF.
Sustainable Development - supports and staffs several straw bale housing developments, a water and sewage project in Peru, education for environmental awareness and responsibility.