Friday, July 20, 2007

Success at the AMR Innovation Fair

Visit of the Secretary General, Mr. Ban Ki-moon to the Civil Society Pavilion at the AMR Innovation Fair

The NGO Section of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA), the UN-NGO-IRENE and their respective partners wish to extend their sincere appreciation for your participation in the Information Sessions of the Annual Ministerial Review (AMR) - Innovation Fair that was held on 2-5 July 2007 at the Palais des Nations. The Innovation Fair ran parallel to the High-level Segment that included the first Annual Ministerial Review organized by ECOSOC focused on “Strengthening efforts to eradicate poverty and hunger, including through the global partenership for development”.This event was undertaken on the initiative of the NGO Section in New-York which helped to organize similar national efforts in India, China and Morroco. We were extremely grateful for the efficient and strong support, of the Office of the United Nations in Geneva and especially, the NGO Liaison Office of the Director General.

The Secretary-General of the United Nations, Mr. Ban Ki-moon, visited the areas where non-governmental organizations were exhibiting. NGO representatives took the opportunity to have a personal discussion with the Secretary General to explain their activities. We were all gratified to see such a high level of NGO involvement in this project. In this respect, we are pleased to attach a descriptive and detailed list of NGOs exhibiting at the Innovation Fair. The film of this event is now posted on our website. And last but not least, you can find attached the link where you can see all the success stories presented by NGO’s around the world.

Succès de la Foire de l’innovation

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Media Center of the Annual Ministerial Review Innovation Fair, Geneva: Updated Daily



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The First Draft of the Charter for a World Without Violence was signed at the Cocktail hosted by the Permanent Secretariat of the Nobel Peace Laureates Summit.

Click here to read a report on the event.

Click here to view the charter, complete with an introduction by Ms. Mairead Corrigan Maguire and the names of the Signatories of the Charter.

World Sports Alliance: Education and Training for the MDG's Luncheon Event

Ministerial Declaration of the 2007 high-level segment of ECOSOC

"Enchancing UN-Business Collaboration," A UN Breakfast hosted by Global Compact
- Meeting Report

Virtual Art Gallery:

Guidelines for Submission of Art to the Virtual Art Gallery

Concept Paper

1. Legion of Good Will

2. Foundation for Subjective Experience and Research S.E.R.

3. Didier Strauss

- Reflections, Summary and About the Artist

Click here to view impressions, comments and suggestions on the Civil Society Pavilion at the AMR Innovation Fair, Geneva. Please send your own comments to

Monday, July 9, 2007

Annual Ministerial Review Innovation Fair, The Americas

Please visit to watch a video about the AMR Innovation Fair in the Americas.

1st Solidary Society Network Innovation Fair- Brazil, March 2007

Legion of Good Will's publication for the participants of the United Nations ECOSOC High-Level Segment 2007

Saturday, June 30, 2007

Success Stories received from ECOSOC accredited NGOs

If your NGO would like apply for ECOSOC status, then please visit our website for further information and to download the application:

Success Stories received from ECOSOC accredited NGOs:

1. African Action on AIDS Sucess Story

2. ATD Fourth World Success Story

3. Centre for Research in Rural and Industrial Develo...

4. Christian Children's Fund (Success Story)


6. Greek Orthodox Archdiocesan Council Success Story

7. Help Handicapped International- India, A Success S...

8. Institute of International Social Development (IIS...

9. International Eurasia Press Fund, A Success Story

10. International Multiracial Shared Cultural organiza...

11. International Network of Street Papers, A Success Story

12. International Ontopsychology Association, A Succes...

13. Mann Land Women's Cooperative Bank

14. People's Decade for Human Rights Education, Succes...

15. Recycled Computers in Africa

16. Rotary International Success Story

17. Sinha Institute of Medical Science and Technology,...

18. Sulabh International Social Service Organization, A Success Story

19. Tamana, A Success Story

20.The All-African Conference: Sister to Sister, A Su...

21. The Inter Press Service News Agency, a Success Sto...

22. The International Council of Management Consulting...

23. The Korean Foundation for World Aid, A Success Sto...

24. The Legion of Good Will, A Success Story

25. The Social Promotion of the Culture Foundation, A ...

26. Vikas Samiti, Success Story

27. Women's Federation for World Peace, Succes...

28. Women's World Summit Foundation, A Success Story

29. World Child, A Success Story

30. Yachay Wasi, A Success Story

31. Young Women's Christian Association (Success Story...

32. Zenab For Women In Development (Success Story)

Friday, June 29, 2007

Exhibitor's List and Synopses

In preparation for the 2007 AMR Innovation Fair the NGO Section held regional AMR fairs in Brazil, India and Morocco. Best practices from the innovation fairs were requested to present their successes in accordance with the theme of AMR which is dedicated to strengthening efforts to eradicate poverty and hunger, including through the global partnership for development. The best practices exhibited by these NGOs held an impact on the reduction of poverty through strengthening healthcare, empowering women, development of practical skills to reach economic growth, encouraging active participation and cooperation within all levels of society etc. The organizations exhibit their best practice in a synopsis listed below.

Name of Organization
1. Action Aid
Description of Project
Action Aid is an international anti-poverty agency, which support the poorest family to end poverty and injustice together. They work to promote the education and formation of young professionals, especially young girls. They also help to promote and develop the initiatives of those at the grass root level. Action Aid provides support to the physically, mentally, and spiritually challenge. They encourage the spirit of brotherhood and promote voluntary work. They aim to reduce poverty in all its forms, permitting rural populations to easily access basic health care and pharmaceutical products at a lower price. At the Innovation Fair, they promoted the disavantaged family at the grass root level.

Name of Organization
2. Association Droit à l’Énergie SOS Futur (France)
Description of Project
Droit à l’energie was founded in 2000 and is an international Non-Governmental Organization with its head office in France. It has the consultative status with ECOSOC and United Nations DPI accreditation. It represents 50 to 60 million people. Our objectives are to bring together all those who wish to act to obtain recognition of the right to energy as fundamental right, to mobilise support for extreme situations of energy destitutions in the world, to launch concrete, constructive proposals in partnership with major international institutions, governments and civil society.

Name of Organization
3. Foundation for Subjective Experience and Research, S.E.R
Description of Project
The S.E.R. Foundation supports the development and education of children and youth in settings, which promote and establish the practice of tolerance and mutual understanding. The Foundation spirit’s is to build bridges of understanding among men and for Global Reconciliation. The Foundation promotes art, which transmits a spiritual message. The S.E.R. Foundation, also, supports projects, which work towards a caring treatment of the environment and research projects which have, as their goal, the sensible and sensitive association with the earth and it’s natural resources. It seeks to assist people find ways to live in dignity, with opportunity for personal growth and development. They established the “Ethical Reconciliation Plan” which explains that the richest one hundred companies or private men in/of every country should be asked to invest a certain percentage of their fortune in educational and climate change programs (win-win situations). Examples were given for: “Teatro La Luna, in Cordoba - Argentina, children and youths are educated through Art and, Best Practice of the very poor; and "St. Martin" as model of Sharing a world vision to eradicate extreme poverty.

Name of Organization
4. Institute of International Social Development
Description of Project
The Institute of International Social Development, headquartered in Kolkata (India), contributes to the eradication of poverty and hunger. The Institute aims to help the artisans reach markets through global partnerships for sustainable livelihood. The Institute launched the Self Help Group module in the tribal belt of Birbhum district in India, for grassroots level poverty-stricken families to overcome their poverty collectively. These skilled artisans have adhered to group-activities by contributing small savings individually and pooling them to create a bigger fund for the group to do business based on their handicraft-making skills. The Institute has provided capacity building and skill-enhancement trainings. These trainings are given through global networking with trainers. The module has reaped benefits already.

Name of Organization
5. International Ontopsychology Association
Description of Project
The International Ontopsychology Association in order to implement educational projects chose unattended areas in developing countries or difficult regions and build educational centers. To foster the development of extremely poor areas, it created a model enabling the co-operation between the public institutions, the private sector and the investment with responsibility of local people. This way of co-operating has been being applied for twenty years, and it has always proved to be successful in the eradication of poverty, as well as in the improvement and development of the areas in which the intervention was carried out. These “Ecobiological projects” created a new model of environmental education, able to conjugate urbanization interventions with human development. The success stories are taking place in Lazari (Latvia) and Recanto Maestro (Brazil).

Name of Organization
6. International Organization for Migration (Switzerland)
Description of Project
IOM’s Migration Initiatives provides projects already developed – complete with Information on Background and Justification, Objectives, Purpose, Results, Activities, Monitoring and Evaluation and Budget – in specific countries/regions around the world.
Further these pre-packaged programs can provide examples of in-the-field, real-life projects for targeted discussions on projects for the future, of immediate development in different locales (when appropriate).

Name of Organization
7. International Eurasia Press Fund
Description of Project
The International Eurasia Press Fund mainly works in three directions: Media and Civil Society Development; Peacemaking Actions and Conflictology; Refugees/IDPs and Community problems. They established the Project “Establishing and Functioning of Mine Victims Association” in Azerbaijan which is implemented in one of the regions of the country with high war impact by the International Eurasia Press Fund (IEPF) with the financial support of U.S. Department of State, PM/WRA. The main beneficiaries of the project – the mine victims lost their main sphere of income that caused the lowest life circumstances. Establishing the mine victims’ association IEPF aimed to support them to eradicate the poverty, strengthen the process of their reintegration into society, ensure their active participation in civil society building processes, and through their organizing to settle their problems by their own efforts.

Name of Organization
8. Ius Primi Viri (IPV)
Description of Project
Ius Primi Viri was established by the will of some fifty founders (they were scholars and representatives of the juridical, scientific and political world) who had recognized the "Declaration of Intents for a joint Strategy" as the main operational tool for a true Human Rights Education, regardless of peoples’ race, colour and culture., They decided to intervene with a multidisciplinary approach to give scientific value to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and thus foster the quality of life at every level. This new IPV initiative is aimed at improving public functions and local agencies staff to help solving the chaos generated by incoming information. The first intervention ”The power of dignity within human resources” was made on November 22, 2006, upon invitation by Riano Flaminio Mayor, for borough council clerks and municipal employees.

Name of Organization
9. Legion of Good Will
Description of Project
The Legion of Good Will established, in the educational sector, a platform of action to engage concrete initiatives in partnership with other actors of civil society, private sector and government to accomplish the 8 Millennium Development Goals. It promoted, during four years consecutively, multistakeholder meetings with the participation of the Latin-American civil society, stimulating the integration of the various social actors. In its schools, community centers and educational campaigns through the media the LGW strengths a coherent framework and a solitary movement to benefit particularly the sector of children affected by poverty and hunger. This work achieved last year 5.7 million services rendered to underprivileged people and families around the country. In the last two decades, the LGW has exported social technologies to Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, Bolivia, Portugal and the USA. The organizations exhibited at the Innovation Fair in a very creative and dynamic manner, several paintings to express their commitment to the MDG’

Name of Organization
10. The Mulchand and Parpati Thadhani Foundation
Description of Project
The Mulchand and Parpati Thadhani Foundation is an international organization based in the United States, dedicated to women’s empowerment, education, rural development, watershed management, and sustainable development in Maharashtra (India). In keeping with the AMR aim to accelerate implementation of the agreed upon development agenda/goals and, NGOs as active partners in development, they stated objectives, which aims at empowering marginalized slum girls in the city of Calcutta—thus opening up avenues for them to come out of poverty & capacity deprivation through Education, Health and Hunan Rights’ Education and Vocational Training. The multilevel partnerships involve entire communities by way of participation in achieving the results in a cost effective manner.

Name of Organization
11. Mumbai Educational Trust
Description of Project The MET League of Colleges seeks to develop and deliver Indian ethos in education. The learning here are therefore enriched with an induction and competency development programme. These are offered by interactive and participative exchanges with eminent personalities, experts, gurus and practitioners offering an insight into the rich heritage of Indian culture. Since the NGOs are the bedrock and the chosen vehicle for achieving the Millennium Development Goals through direct action as well as public/ private partnerships, it is critical that their work worldwide and lessons generated by them are shared on a universal basis. The MET Interns played role in installing webs based management systems for real time appraisal, assessment and coordination of the NGOs working worldwide thereby facilitating networking on a global scale.

Name of Organization
12. Osservatorio Per La Comunicazione Culturale E Audiovisiva Nel Mediterraneo E Nel Mondo (OCCAM)
Description of Project
The Observatory for Cultural and Audiovisual Communication – established by UNESCO as a Project, which arises from the notion that communication is a fundamental factor for social, economic and cultural development – has regarded the Euro Mediterranean area as a strategic focal point of its actions. OCCAM, acting agency of the Infopoverty Programme, is responsible for the achievements coming from the application of the ICT Village model realized in Sambaina, Madagascar, (as well as in Honduras, Tunisia, Navaho Nations, Lebanon) fitted to bring broadband connectivity, e-health and e-learning services and solar-fuelcell technology. A specific panel will illustrates the 7 past editions of the Infopoverty World Conference held in the UN seat of New York that have permitted to share continuously the best practices in using new technology in order to fight poverty.

Name of Organization
13. Peace Boat
Description of Project
Peace Boat seeks to create awareness and action based on effecting positive social and political change in the world. Peace Boat carries out its main activities through a chartered passenger ship that travels the world on peace voyages. Peace Boat’s Global University, the world’s first floating peace studies program, has developed a unique method for delivering education on development issues, including the Millennium Development Goals, by learning through experience and action. Students travel around the world on Peace Boat’s ship, taking part in workshops onboard and exposure programs with partner NGOs in our ports of call, empowering them with the skills and awareness to work on projects for peace and development on their return to their own communities.

Name of Organization
14. Petrobras / Petroleo Brasileiro SA (Brazil)
Description of Project
Petrobrás has launched in 2003 ‘Petrobras zero hunger program’, a social program with 3 main lines of actions:
- Guaranteeing of youth and adolescents rights
- Income and job generation
- Educational and professional qualification
In the last three years the program has reached 3 million people (directly) and more than 7 million people (indirectly). More than 2000 project has been implemented in partnership with civil society, local and state governments, NGO’s and other institutions. Exemple of projects: Recycling cooperatives, training in cultural activities and handicrafts, digital inclusion, agriculture cooperatives, entrepreneur courses, incubator for professionals and entrepreneurs, indigenous food security, woman’s handicraft cooperatives in the amazon, art courser for disable.

Name of Organization
15. Rotary International
Description of Project
Rotary International is present in 200 countries and geographic regions to help alleviate poverty and hunger. Rotarians establish microcredit banks to help residents start their own small businesses. They provide seeds and training to help impoverished families grow their own gardens. They work toward empowering women and girls, and they provide low-cost shelter to the homeless. In Niger, Rotary members contribute to numerous projects aimed at eliminating poverty and hunger. Rotary matching grant projects in Niger increase education for girls, establish microcredit programs for women, and establish grain banks to ensure food reserves. A team of Rotarians from England set up the West Africa Trust to support projects in Niger.

Name of Organization
16. Sulabh International Social Service Organisation
Description of Project
Sulabh International Social Service Organization has developed the eco-friendly, twin-pit, pour-flush, water-seal, and compost latrine for on-site disposal of human excreta. Sanitation in India has been given low priority on account of social, cultural, economic and technological factors. Sulabh’s technology was a new approach to solve the two problems viz of defecation in the open and scavenging. The scavengers thus liberated from their work are imparted training in various vocations for earning their livelihood, leading to securing employment and gaining self-respect and human dignity. Sulabh’s work has acquired international dimensions with toilet construction work done in Afganistan and Bhutan and training programmes for representatives from numerous African countries.

Name of Organization
17. The International Network of Street Papers
Description of Project
Street papers provide employment opportunities and social programs for marginalized people around the world. Since 1994, INSP’s projects have assisted tens of thousands of vulnerable people, by selling a quality street paper. INSP represents a powerful international social media movement, with 80 members in 34 countries worldwide, and with a combined annual circulation of over 30 million readers. INSP provides an effective lobbying platform for disenfranchised people throughout the world. Street paper initiatives usually start out at the grassroots level with local individuals or organizations working with vulnerable people. Street papers can be efficient in any urban area in the world where there is both poverty and a critical mass of socially conscious people with disposable income willing and able to purchase a street paper.

Name of Organization
18. Korean Foundation for World Aid (KFWA)
Description of Project
The initiative of the Korean Foundation for World Aid (KFWA) is providing food to the North Koreans who are in extreme poverty and hunger. It is not just a massive food aid but let the residents learn new agricultural technology named molding and direct-sowing technology, which improves agricultural productivity and saves cost and labor. Provided with the land, labor, and seed from the North Korea, the KFWA has supplied molding and direct-sowing technology, machineries, and fertilizer. That’s why; this project has improved the relationship between all the parties concerned.

Name of Organization
19. The Social Promotion of the Cultural Foundation
Description of Project
The Social Promotion of the Culture Foundation is a private institution, which works for the human development and the promotion of the culture. Through its programs and projects, it tries to promote a human, social and economic development according to the dignity of the person and respectfully with the cultural identity of the peoples and social groups. They established the MEDWA Project, which combines socio-economic and technical approaches to the multi-level problems of the Jordan and Palestine water management sectors and thus aims at a holistic and sustainable approach to regional development. MEDWA Project is a consortium formed by the Spanish Foundation for the Social Promotion of Culture (FPSC), Hilfswerk Austria, Palestinian Agricultural Relief Committees (PARC), and the Jordanian Hashemite Fund for Human Development (JOHUD).

Name of Organization
20. Vikas Samiti
Description of Project
Vikas Samiti’s goal is to strengthening efforts to eradicate poverty and hunger, including through the global partnership for development. The activities employed to achieve this are as follows: employment generation activities, treatment to soil conservation and water preservation, community mobilization work, as well as microfinance activities. Vikas Samiti has participated, for watershed development activity, as Project Implementation Agency, under Rajeev Gandhi Mission for Water Shed Development of Chhindwara (M.P.), Through District Rural. The results are increase in crop area and production, employment generation, and 768 families upgraded from below the poverty line. Although these successes are encouraging but on the other hand many villages in the area are untouched where basic needs for water and food still persist and poverty and hunger are a way of life.

Name of Organization
21. Women’s Federation for World Peace
Description of Project
Women’s Federation for World Peace is focused on peace-building world wide through a special project, the “Bridge of Peace” Sisterhood movement and poverty eradication through the International Service Projects (ISP). WFWPI considers the Millennium Development Goals, a key focus of global network of activities and programs and appreciates the opportunity to highlight several of these. By networking with local governments, institutions and extended families, WFWPI is providing the means for a “home” and educational needs for 30 orphans in Kenya. Cultivating local leadership and reinforcing and personalization of bonds between host and receiving countries and involving youth have achieved program sustainability, a high priority. In December 98, the WFWP-UK project, Interfaith Children’s Home in Hyderbad, India is home to Dalit “untouchable” orphans, creating the possibility for them to receive an education.

Name of Organization
22. World Sports Alliance
Description of Project
Low family income leads to lower investments in a children’s education and lower levels of education in turn translate into lower family incomes. This is a vicious circle which needs to be arrested.

The World Sports Alliance (WSA) through Sports Education Empowerment Program (SEEP) seeks to address this issue and help the children have access to good quality supplementary education. It has therefore partnered with the Montessori Initiative to help develop a sport based curriculum for children aged 7-14.

The UN MDGs present the world’s reality. And in so far as preparing the decision makers for tomorrow, the curriculum of the teaching institutions needs to reflect the MDGs. In response to this concern, the WSA in partnership with UN NGO IRENE and AICESIS shall promote a global network of the MDG Centers of Excellence. The curriculum for these centers is being designed under the Sports and Physical Education Training (SPET) for MDGs program.

Through its participation at the AMR Innovation Fair, and in keeping with the theme, WSA hopes to highlight the importance of quality education in breaking the vicious circle of poverty and showcase its Alliance Partnerships that strengthen its promise to help achieve the MDGs.

Name of Organization
23. Zenab for Women in Development
Description of Project
The Zenab for Women in Development project is build upon the idea of converting poor and displaced women whom are used to work as casual labors in the irrigated agricultural scheme, to handle their own business in the same field of cultivation and farming providing all the inputs.All this effort are connected with the concept of capacity building in order to raise the level of awareness and to train the different stockholder in order to allow them to apply the project goals according to prescribed working plan, also Capacity building cover building organizational, management and administrative capacities of beneficiaries in different fields.

Name of Organization
24. Women’s World Summit Foundation Fondation Sommet Mondial des Femmes
Description of Project
As an international empowerment network, the Women’s World Summit Foundation is dedicated to serve with its global initiatives, World Days and Prize Awards the implementation of rural women and children’s rights and the UN Millenium Development Goals. WWSF contributions to strengthening efforts to eradicate poverty and hunger are fourfold.1) Annual Prize for women’s creativity in rural life to award contributions to development and household food security.2) World Rural Women’s Day – 15 October to raise awareness and empower local and national actors.3) Mali micro credit sheep project for economic empowerment of rural women.4) World Day for Circles of Compassion – 2 November to increase support for the Millenium Development Goals via community dialogues that inspire compassionate solutions to eradicate poverty and hunger.

Name of Organization
25. CIBJO (World Jewellery Confederation) Description of Project CIBJO is an international confederation of national jewellery trade organizations. They contribute to the Kimberly process, which are a joint government, international diamond industry and civil society initiative to stem the flow of conflict diamonds. This initiative allowed the end of the Liberia conflict. CIBJO’s annual Congress in 2007 held in Cape Town provides an opportunity to share views and experiences about social responsibility, fair trade and industry ethics, leading to consumer confidence. The participants voiced their strong commitment through the adoption of a Statement to deliver a corporate, responsible and sustainable jewellery industry. One of the best examples of their commitment to MDG’s is the recent establishment in Dubai of a jewellery school that is training students from Tanzania, Mozambique and the Arabian Gulf. At the Innovation Fair, they choose to express their concern to the developpement of education and skills training courses and programme, through Art, with 8 MDG’s paintings, illustrated by Didier Strauss.

Name of Organization 26. Mohammed V Foundation for Solidarity Description of Project The Foundation’s main objectives are to fight against all forms of poverty and social marginalization and to endeavor to provide relief to the destitute and to those living in precarious conditions. The foundation has educational programs designed for children and young people in order to prevent delinquency, and contribute to their physical and mental development through cultural and sports events as well as training in various field. The Mohammed V Foundation joined the International Governmental Organization, World Sports Alliance (WSA) in order to create the first national center dedicated to sport in Rabat. They organized an International Seminar for Experimentation and Validation of Pedagogical modules in Physical Education and Sports on the Millennium Development Goals last may in that city. The WSA, through Sports Education Empowerment Program (SEEP) seeks to address this issue and help the children have access to good quality supplementary education. The vision of the World Sports Alliance is to use the medium of Sport to contribute towards achieving the MDG’s in partnership with the UN-NGO IRENE.

Name of Organization 27. ATD Fourth World Description of Project The International Movement ATD Fourth World is a non-governmental organization which is engaged with individuals and institutions to find solutions to eradicate extreme poverty. Working in partnership with people in poverty, ATD Fourth World’s human rights-based approach focuses on supporting families and individuals through its grass-roots presence and involvement in disadvantaged communities, in both urban and rural areas. It launches every year, on the occcasion of the 20th anniversary of the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, a campaign entitled “Call to Action – Ending Extreme Poverty, a Road to Peace” which ends with a meeting in Paris on October 17th. This campaign is intented to provide visibility to those who are normally unseen and unheard by the rest of the society.

Name of Organization

28. China NGO Network for International Exchanges (CNIE) Description of Project The China NGO Network for International Exchanges is composed of 28 national NGOs and entities from various social fields related to peace and development, poverty alleviation. CNIE conducts its activities in many forms such as organizing seminars, forums and lecture meetings, participating in conferences, networking with competent organizations for exchanges and cooperation, providing information to related NGOs. They organized as focal point of UN- IRENE NGO Asia to the 2nd Conference of the Regional Network in Asia and Pacific Region. The conference produced with other participants a sound recommendation paper on the topic of “Eliminating Poverty and Hunger- Responsibility and Role of the Civil Society” in accordance with the theme of this year’s Substantive Session of the ECOSOC and its Annual Ministerial Review.

Name of Organization 29. Right to EnergySOS Future Description of Project SOS Future is composed of active members: 250 organizations (NGOs, national and international union organizations) from 70 countries distributed among four continents and representing close to 40 million members. Its Objectives are, to assemble all those wishing to act for the recognition of the right to energy as a basic human right, for the sharing of energy resources and for the protection of the global environment, to mobilize around extreme situations of energy destitution in the world, to initiate specific and constructive proposals in partnership with major international institutions, governments, and the key actors of global civil society. It intends to work for the integration of this right into the basic texts and activities of the European and international institutions. They presented at the Innovation Fair, a project of electrification in the Niger district of Arlit which should generate a better economy, promote economic growth and improve the educational system.