Hope Worldwide-Pakistan (HOPE) supports the ten principles of the UN Global Compact with respect to human rights, labor, environment, and anti-corruption. With this commitment, we express our intent to advance these principles within our spheres of influence and will make a clear statement of this commitment to our stakeholders and the general public. We are committed to making UN Global Compact and its principles part of organizational culture, strategy and day to day functions. More details can be found at : https://www.unglobalcompact.org
The Secretariat for the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (SCRPD) falls within the Division for Social Policy and Development (DSPD) of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA). Humanitarian Organization for Poverty Eradication (HOPE) is accredited with Conference of States Parties to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and support and promote the rights and advancement of persons with disabilities as well as vulnerable groups of the societies. More details: https://www.un.org/development/desa/disabilities/
HOPE is a member organization of ADRRN, a network of NGOs across the Asia Pacific region. Network members are constantly engaged to combat disasters and providing emergency relief in the time of disasters (like food, shelter, medical care and social support). Members also involved in increasing and creating awareness, advocating for policy changes, strengthening communities and building the capacity of community-based organizations. HOPE believes that there is a strong message that communities including the most ‘vulnerable’ and hard to reach, women, people with disabilities, elderly and children, need to be engaged and have increased participation in disaster risk and reduction DRR.
More details: http://adrrn.net/index.html
HOPE is a member organization of the AIEJI which was founded in the result of World War II when many children and youth were abandoned and left orphaned and became parentless, homeless and traumatized. In order to stand and take care of these individual’s educational needs, several meetings between representatives from different European Countries, Association International des Éducateurs de Jeunes Inadapté (AIEJI) was founded in 1951. More details: http://aieji.net/
HOPE is a part of a unique global network “The International Detention Coalition (IDC)”. Network consists of members of 300 civil society organization and individuals in 70 countries that advocate for research and provide direct services to refugees, asylum-seekers, and migrants affected by immigration detention. More details about network can be found at: http://idcoalition.org/