USIDHR President Manuel Oancia Highlights Global Human Rights Advocacy at 2023 George Washington Symposium

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USA News PR December 13, 2023
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USIDHR President Manuel Oancia Highlights Global Human Rights Advocacy at 2023 George Washington Symposium
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE USIDHR President Manuel Oancia's Participation in 2023 George Washington Symposium Underscores Commitment to Global Human Rights Advocacy Washington, D.C. - December 13, 2023 ( - President Manuel Oancia of the US Institute of Diplomacy and Human Rights (USIDHR) recently attended the prestigious 2023 George Washington Symposium and Gala Dinner, held at the US Department of State. This event, renowned for gathering the world's most influential leaders in diplomacy and human rights, was graced by President Oancia's presence, highlighting USIDHR's vital role in global human rights advocacy.
USIDHR, a top-rated nonprofit think tank based in Washington, D.C., with a presence in over 56 countries, has been at the forefront of advancing education in diplomacy and human rights. Its presence at the Symposium is a testament to its commitment to these crucial issues. The organization’s impact extends globally, evident in its widespread reach across 90+ countries and the nurturing of over 6,000 certified members and 8,000 graduates.
The Symposium provided an ideal platform for USIDHR to showcase its extensive work, particularly in education and advocacy. Its humanitarian initiatives like “EduforEveryChild” align perfectly with the Symposium's ethos, emphasizing the importance of providing access to education and resources for underprivileged children globally. USIDHR's role in offering globally recognized certification courses in Human Rights, Human Trafficking Prevention, Diplomatic Protocol and Etiquette, and Business Consulting further solidifies its position as a leader in the field. These programs have received acknowledgment and acceptance from prestigious institutions and employers worldwide, including the United Nations and the World Bank. USIDHR's presence at the Symposium was not only a representation of its achievements but also a commitment to continue its vital work in educating and empowering individuals worldwide in human rights and diplomacy. This aligns with the Symposium's objective of fostering a global dialogue on these critical issues. President Oancia's attendance is a significant acknowledgment of USIDHR's dedication and contributions to human rights education and advocacy. As the world faces complex challenges in human rights, the role of organizations like USIDHR becomes increasingly crucial in shaping a future where these values are upheld universally.

A Word from President Manuel Oancia

Reflecting on the event, President Oancia shared his insights: "Attending the George Washington Symposium was not just an honor, but a reaffirmation of our unwavering commitment to human rights and diplomacy education. It provided a valuable opportunity to engage with global leaders and to reinforce the vital role of education in shaping a just and equitable world. Our presence here aligns perfectly with USIDHR’s mission to empower and educate individuals globally, fostering a future where human rights are universally upheld and respected."

For more information about USIDHR and its programs, visit USIDHR's website here.

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