We are a major civil rights force in the humanities in North America and in the world. We provide a platform to think and act together about the best ways to sustain people basic and fundamental human rights and civil rights, for a fairer, safer and better world for everyone.
Working to establish a sustainable collaborative platform with The Parliament of Canada, Elected Federal Political Parties, Federal Political Leaders and The Senate.
Our Mission is to protect and secure minority rights, as applying to ethnic, religious or linguistic minorities and indigenous peoples, are an integral part of international human rights law, under (Article 27) of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.
Civil and political rights are a class of rights that protect individuals' freedom from infringement by governments, social organizations, and private individuals. They ensure one's entitlement to participate in the civil and political life of the society and state without discrimination or repression.
EUCED has a wide range of means of integration, which entities can choose from according to the objective and potential of that entities. There are four main categories in the following order: Full Member, Associate Member, Associated Partner, and Cooperation Partner. In some cases, has other special categories for specific representatives, namely Ambassador, Regional Vice President, National Representative, Area Director and others. The following legal organizations can become members (Full, Associate or Partners) according to their geographical location: Government Agencies, Regional and Local Authorities, Academia and Institutes, Technological Centers, Development Agencies, Chambers of Commerce and Industry, NGO´s, Public and Private Companies and Businesses, Individual Entrepreneurs, Other Economic Agents.
Our consulting practice focuses on international human rights, international relations, development, gender, advocacy and lobbying.
Economic and social rights are those human rights that relate to our ability to live in dignity and participate fully in our society.