Global Appeal

Global Appeal

Global Appeal to End Stigma
and Discrimination against People Affected by Leprosy

2019

With International Chamber of Commerce New Delhi, India A world business organization with a global network of 45 million companies in over 100 countries.

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2018

With Disabled Peoples’ International New Delhi, India Over 90 national member assemblies of Disabled Peoples’ International.

2017

With Inter-Parliamentary Union New Delhi, India A membership of 171 Parliaments around the world.

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2016

With Junior Chamber International Tokyo, JapanJunior Chamber International and its branches in 117 countries.

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2015

With International Council of Nurses Tokyo, Japan International Council of Nurses and 132 national bodies.

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2014

With national human rights institutions Jakarta, Indonesia National human rights institutions from 37 countries and 2 regions.

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2013

With members of the International Bar Association London, UK International Bar Association and 46 bar associations in 40 countries and 1 region.

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2012

With members of the World Medical Association Sao Paulo, Brazil World Medical Association and the medical associations of 50 countries.

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2011

With the world’s leading universities Beijing, China Heads of 110 leading universities in 64 countries.

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2010

With the world’s business leaders Mumbai, India 15 top executives from companies including Toyota, Virgin Management, Tata Group, Johnson & Johnson, Renault and Novartis.

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2009

With the world’s religious leaders London, UK 17 leaders of the main religious faiths.

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2008

With international human rights organizations London, UK 9 major human rights organizations such as Amnesty International and Save the Children.

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2007

With representatives of people affected by leprosy around the world Manila, Philippines Representatives of persons affected by leprosy from 13 countries.

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2006

With world leaders and Nobel Peace Prize laureates New Delhi, India 12 world leaders and 5 Nobel Peace Prize laureates, including the 14th Dalai Lama, former US President Jimmy Carter, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Elie Wiesel and Oscar Arias.

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