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Military Peacekeepers International Corps – 90,000 military personnel contributed by national armies from across the globe.

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H. E. Dr. Giovanni John Raciti. Honorary Member for Australia. International Human Rights Commission. Protecting internet users Businesses/Govts from online fraud.SUPREME COUNCIL: Bio.Director General of The Multipurpose Inter Parliamentary Union (NGO) UN DESA Secretary General of Australia at The Multi-pu…See More Awards British High Commissioner to Commonwealth Nations Vice Chairman for Australia and Ambassador of Human Rights of IHRC for Australia. British High Commissioner to Commonwealth Nations Personal Interests At 37 years of age: 15 years experiences working for 6 major corporations on the German, USA Australian Stock.Exchanges, Email john.g.raciti@ihrchq.orgWebsite CFMEU Construction & General NSW.  Organização Não Governamental (OIHRO International Human Rights Organization.( ONG) IHRC (International Human Rights Commission). Dymocks 424 George St Sydney.  UTS Business. Education- Administration. Sydney, NSW, Austrália. +61 415 236 352 – Email: Johnraciti (Yahoo! Messenger). John _raciti(Skype)

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H. E. Dr. Eloy de Melendre Y Carrera.

Honorary Member to Spain, General Studies 6 PhD: Dr. Science Security UI Cambridge, Dr. Police Sciences ONU.- specific studies Civil Police, UN military observer, coordination of Civil-Military Command International University Recto…Read MoreHIS EXCELLENCY HONORARY MEMBER DR. EDSON CARVALHO DE LUNA FREIRE

H. E. Dr. Edson Carvalho De Luna Freire.

Education: Doctor of Human Rights – Bachelor Social Communication – Journalism
Occupation: Professor Arts, poet, writer and journalist.
Currently: President of Niteroiense Academy of Fine Arts Letters and Sciences ANBA

H. E. Dr. Renato Santos Figueiredo.

Ex-military Brazilian Army career formed by this-Three
Hearts, MG,
-Ex Security Consultant Brasilianos & Associados
Occupational Safety Tec, registered at the Work Ministry.
-Experience On Security and electronic security systems.

• Expert and Authority Protection Instructor. Formed in (CEOESP) Expertise Centre and CNPJ Special Operations: 17,299,015 / 0001-03, (CTAI) Tactic Course Approach and assets CNPJ: 15567930 / 0001-07 and (AGINP) National Research CNPJ Protection Agency: 40,233,611 /…Read MoreAFRICAN DIPLOMACY is being launched by Global Africa Alliance Media Group (GAAMG).  GAAMG is a group of men and women who want to use innovative technology to foster a sense of unity of purpose in the midst of the global African community as well as to harness t…Read MoreADMIR ADVISOR – GRAND MASTER WASHINGTON LUIZ PEREIRA DE SOUZA

H. E. Washington Luiz Pereira de Souza. 


The International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC), founded in 1990, is a leading international human rights organization dedicated to improving the lives of people who experience discrimination or abuse on the basis of their sexual orientation, gender…Read MoreGRAND ORIENT MASONIC ILLUMINATI OF BRAZIL

We are partners of

Welcome to the Grand Orient Masonic Illuminati Brazil – GOMIB

Grandmaster Washington Luiz Pereira de Souza. ‘.

We intended to take the philosophy, education and Masonic culture to all men, rekindling in each of the real…Read MoreADMIR MEMBER OF DISTINCTION AND HONOR – HIS ALL HOLINESS PATRIARCH NICOLAS l

Patriarch Nicolas l

His All Holiness Patriarch Nicolas was elected unanimously at the Holy Synod of October 2011.

Since May 2014 and the last Synod the Patriarchate has the title of “Orthodox Patriarchate of Nations” 
This is to meet the demand of Christ’s words: 

H. E. Dr. Giovanni John Raciti. Honorary Member for Australia. International Human Rights Commission. Protecting internet users Businesses/Govts from online fraud.SUPREME COUNCIL: Bio.Director General of The Multipur…Read More< Newer pageMore members >

          MISSÃO BRASILEIRA DAS FORÇAS INTERNACIONAIS DE PAZ DA ONU ORGANIZAÇÃO                                                                          INTERGOVERNAMENTAL         

The Military of Peace International Corps (MPIC) was created in 2013, in USA. In 2014 MPIC became a solidarity cooperation and international  organization recognized by U.N. Our N.G.O. was granted a Status with the ECOSOC. The organization gathers civilians and soldiers (notably former Blue Helmets) who have carried out Peacekeeping Operations under the U.N. aegis since 1948. 

Our deminers and personnel remain at the disposal of the U.N. and have served in different operations in countries such as Angola, Bosnia and Cambodia. Some members of our association are also qualified in other areas of mine action such as mine-free and explosive remnants of war – related advocacy, Victim (survivor) Assistance ,  and Mine Risk Education (MRE).

 SPIC operates in mine-related emergency and humanitarian development and particularly in the following areas of mine action :

  • Mine Risk Education (MRE)
  • Mine Clearance, Survey, Quality Assessment, etc.
  • Assistance and Training for Stockpile destruction
  • Victim (Survivor) Assistance and assistance in the promulgation of Victim Assistance Legislation
  • Mine and Explosive Remnants of War-related advocacy.

Current Actions, Missions and Projects

SPIC has just launched a Socio-economic Victim Assistance  Rehabilitation Program in Angola and is collecting funds for similar initiatives in Guinea-Bissau, Senegal and Uganda.

In Angola, SPIC started an MRE program in January 2015 with a local partner, who has the particularity to involve mine survivors in its MRE teams.

In USA and Europe, SPIC participates to advocate efforts led by the Cluster Munition Coalition.

In the past, SPIC carried out other mine-related activities in countries such Bosnia, Rwanda, Cambodia

and Lebanon.

H. E. Dr. Eloy de Melendre Y Carrera

Honorary Ambassador to Spain, General Studies 6 PhD: Dr. Science Security UI Cambridge, Dr. Police Sciences ONU.- specific studies Civil Police, UN military observer, coordination of Civil-Military Command International University Rector Jobs Security (UNIVERIS ) Director Office BOOKS MADE + 2,000 Elections Analysis Libros.- 30, New techniques in criminal investigations, audits 100 Conferencias.- FUNGLODE Conference (Dominican Republic), Dr. ELOYde Melendre and Congress Conference RACE Date of birth: September 29, 1960. Military and similar jobs: Not applicable, unless expressly requested. UI Oxford, Dr. law (the law) of the American University, Dr. Political Science UI Oxford, Dr. Educational Sciences of UP Europe, Dr. Laws UI Cambridge. +18 Masters: Management, MBA, Safety Science, Intelligence, Criminal Police II, I. Environmental, S. tourism, financial crime, etc … + 9 diplomas crisis: Law degree from the Cambridge UI, social University Graduate León ( Spain), Diploma in Criminology, Tax, Audit, Marketing, Sales & D Trade Management (Harvard), R. Prevention of Labor (URJ), Psychology Diploma (Oxford UI) Security Directorate (UI Bircham), Military Intelligence ( Oxford UI) Technical I. Crime (U. Salamanca), DSG Image, Strategic Communication and Protocol (U. INCE), etc … Other: Dr. Honoris Causa U. Pakistan, Peru Dr. Education, Dr. Musicians national school , prominent leader International Board of Charter A. Education, Master in Natural Medicine U. Peoples Europe, etc … The Peace Operations, Driving humanitarian aid operations, Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration, International Humanitarian Law and Armed Conflict Act By keeping the International Peace and Conflict Resolution, Mine Action. MILITARY AND POLICIALES.- Special Agent (National Association of Special Agents and Intelligence), Special Forces (SAS), Intercontinental personal protection for military and police officers (ETCST), International Defense Course V-VIII (Zaragoza Military Academy), protection of Special Diploma (USA), Security Police Instructor (European Training Centre Securite), Florida SWAT Association, World Organization Explosives Deactivators (EOD), International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), the rrtt mayor. CIVILES.- expert calligraphy and court administrator, researcher and Private Detective (Spain, USA, Brazil, DR), Researcher at the Ministry of Culture, Fire Investigator, Private Security Escort Security Manager (UPESE), International Escort (IPA, PBA and Director DOT), International Safety Advisory (International Association of Inteligencie and Security Professionals), Chief Bodyguard & Security Advisor Confederation Word, Private Detective (American Academy of Criminology), private investigator (International Association of Independent Researchers), World Association of Detectives (WAD) . Journalist International (International Union of Journalists), Specialist Armed Conflict, Negotiation kidnapping, terrorism I., Federation American Scientists (FAS), etc. International Law (DIJ) of the First Bureau of Investigation governments (PROTERINVEST) adviser to several presidents Security Advisor JCyL countries 1990-1901 Security Adviser P. Vasco, Director of Military Intelligence National School, International Security Police Deputy Chairman of Tourism Association (ISTA), President Euroamericana Security Corporation (CEAS), President S3 GROUP (special services security), international security services Ireland, Iraq, Colombia, Yugoslavia, Mexico, etc …), making sure – Instructor: GEOS, GOE , GOPE, URI, GAULAS, AFI, ATI, Jungle, GAFE, SWAT, lynxes, wolves, coyotes, Jaguar, etc … Foxes (Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, RD, etc …) Services Intelligence ( Ecuador, USA, Nicaragua, Brazil, RD, etc …), Gob Security advisor. Paraguay Iraq Military Academy Superintendent RD, etc … The War of the Future, mental disorders in Criminal Psychology, terrorism and Self-Defense explosives, kidnapping, arson investigation, prevention of alcohol consumption among young people, Protocolary Security Systems Protection Technical, Counter-Espionage, International Trading, Drug Design, 3D Intelligence, Management and Security Management, Risk Analysis, credit cards, etc .. International Prevention of Money Laundering (CIPLAD I, II, II, IV and V ) of Costa Rica, the International Security Conference Congress (CIS I, II, III, IV and V), Kidnapping Promoters Conference (Mexico) Organized Crime Conference, police and army (Nicaragua), Mon Conference. Tourist UNIBE Conference (RD) Banking World Safety Congress (Costa Rica), Military Intelligence and General Staff conference center of the Armed Forces (Argentina), Congress and Criminology Intelligence Conference Conference Agents (Honduras), Kidnapping and Reengineering Central American Conference Security Conference ( I, II and II) Security in Guatemala, kidnapping and Security Conference Security Conference in R. Dominicana, Ecuador Security Speech, Conference GAULAS Groups and Special Services (Colombia), explosive devices Terrorism Conference and Council in Malaga (Spain) Personal Safety and Security Petroleum Conference in Guatemala Banks, Research Conference fire in Colombia, kidnapping and Banking Security Conference and Conference Business School Financial Security Bolivia, S. de Monterrey (Mexico), safety World Congress in Ecuador, many interventions in television , press, radio every country, etc …. .

H. E. Dr. Giovanni John Raciti. Honorary

Ambassador for Australia. 

International Human Rights Commission. 

Protecting internet users Business/Gov ts from online fraud.


Bio Director General of The Multipurpose Inter Parliamentary Union (NGO) UN DESA Secretary General of Australia at The Multi-pu…See More Awards British High Commissioner to Commonwealth Nations Vice Chairman for Australia and Ambassador of Human Rights of IHRC for Australia. British High Commissioner to Commonwealth Nations Personal Interests At 37 years of age: 15 years experiences working for 6 major corporations on the German, USA Australian Stock.Exchanges,


CFMEU Construction & General NSW. 

Organização Não Governamental (OIHRO International Human Rights Organization.

(ONG) IHRC (International Human Rights Commission). Dymocks 424 George St Sydney. 

UTS Business. Education- Administration. Sydney, NSW, Austrália.

phone: +61 415 236 352 


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Dr.Zigmund Ziegler Cohen

Chaplain at Military Chaplains Association of United States of America, Army War College USA, American Military Society, Uniited States Marine Corps Association, L. COL of American Israeli Military Medical Corps.

Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association, 

Medical Department Address: Mount Zion 14166

Zip Code: 911141 – Jerusalem Israel

Member of the New York Academy of Sciences, American College of Physicians, World Medical Association, American Psychology Association, The International Board of Medicine and Surgery, Catholic Medical Association, Interamerican College of physicians and Surgeons, International NeuroPsychoanalysis Society, Doctors Academy, American Israeli Medical Association,World Academy of Medicine, Euro Federation Of Psychoanalysis, American Association of Higher Education & Accreditation, Missionaries of Charity Fathers Congregation inc. President of The College of Neuropsychoanalysis , Registered in Israel. Member of American Pontifical Catholic University, Sociedade Brasileira de Psicanalise Integrativa, American psychiatry Association, American Neuropsychiatric Association, President of American College of Neuropsychoanalysis American College of Psychosomatic medicine, and American University, Member of American Academy of Medicine, Registered by Florida Department Of State and Washington Department of State, American Psychological Association,Vice-Consul of First Children’s Embassy of Republic of Macedonia to Sao Paulo Brazil,Honorary Ambassador of Diplomatic Mission Peace and Prosperity of Republic of Albania, Ambassador General of American Diplomatic Mission of International Relations, Erich Fromm Humanistic Society, Faculdade Einstein Brazil, Instituto de Psicanalise Humanistica in Brazil, American Physician Scientists Association, Erich Fromm International Society in Germany, Ambassador of American Diplomatic Mission of International Relations, European Psychiatric Association, Eropean Medical Association, European Academy of Medicine, European Federation of Neurological Society, The World Academy of Medical Societies, American Physician Scientists Association, Federation of American Scientists , American China Psychoanalytic Alliance. International Association for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology. American Psychological Association Psychoanalysis Division 39. Asociacion Nacional de Investigacion Criminologica y Fomacion Forence de Espana. Centro Cientifico de Investigacion Criminal. Escuela Europea de Criminologia y Ciencias Forenses. Escuela Europea de Masaje y Ciencias de La Saude. The Meir Amit Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center. United Nations Association of Great Britain. United States Naval Institute.


• Expert and Authority Protection Instructor. Formed in (CEOESP) Expertise Centre and CNPJ Special Operations: 17,299,015 / 0001-03, (CTAI) Tactic Course Approach and assets CNPJ: 15567930 / 0001-07 and (AGINP) National Research CNPJ Protection Agency: 40,233,611 / 0001-02].

• Weapons and Shooting Instructor (Graduated from propoint Tactical Training Centre and Sports CNPJ: 10890137 / 0001.12).

• Research Agent (Formed in DIP Private Investigation Division and Private Intelligence Activities Tax ID: 13916266 / 0001-20)

• 8th Dan in DPM (Formed in Self Defense Military CNPJ 18,708,188 / 0001-92 Registration 0013/2014 – BR)

• Ex Military RM 2nd – 6th CSM Ministry of the Army.

• Private Security Instructor, Radio communication, Combating Organized Crime, Private Security Personnel (Company CENFAAIB – Training Centre Professional Watchers LTDA) performance May 24, 2006 to July 17, 2006.

• Radio Communications Instructor, Rescue Search and Rescue, Protection Authorities, Criminology, and Organized Crime (Air Patrol Civil Brazil – National Academy of Civil Air Patrol National Air Patrol Command) since January 1, 2010 and still serving active in CAP.

• Expert Expert and Authority Protection Instructor [Formed in (CEOESP) Expertise Centre and CNPJ Special Operations: 17,299,015 / 0001-03, (CTAI) Tactic Course Approach and assets CNPJ: 15567930 / 0001-07 and (AGINP) National Research CNPJ Protection Agency: 40,233,611 / 0001-02].

• Weapons and Shooting Instructor (Graduated from propoint Tactical Training Centre and Sports CNPJ: 10890137 / 0001.12).

• Research Agent (Formed in DIP Private Investigation Division and Private Intelligence Activities Tax ID: 13916266 / 0001-20)

• 8th Dan in DPM (Formed in Self Defense Military CNPJ 18,708,188 / 0001-92 Registration 0013/2014 – BR)

• Civil Professional Firefighter Instructor Fire Fighting, APH Tactical Instructor, Survival Instructor in Selma, and Forest and First Aid Instructor (Graduate Civil Fire Department – Brazil Brigade Tactical Operations and Rescue Civil Firefighter Training Centre).

• Fire Fire Investigation Officer, Fire Investigation Instructor, Research Expert of Fire and Public Safety Management (graduate of the Federal Fire Investigation Intelligence Agency).

• 8th Dan Krav Maga Defence Combat System (Formed EIDPAM International School of Self Defense and Martial Arts 13,798,833 / 0001-91)

• And other…

Current activities:

• Colonel Company National General Command Commander Special Tactical Operations and Security Assessment.

• Captain Commander of the Pac Civil Air Patrol – GRR Grouping Rapid posts.

Performance in courses:

• Counter-Terrorism Action and Prevention

• Special operations

• Tactical Actions

• Authorities Protection

• Approach and High Risk Detention

• Tactical Course Tonfa

• Defensive Driving and Dodge Anti-Kidnapping

• Pre Hospital Care APH Tactical and Rescue

• Tactical Combat Course with Knife and Gun

• First aid

• Defense Basic Personal and Advanced

• Shooting Course

• Weapons and Shooting

• Training of Municipal Guards

• Others…..

Jonas de Souza Farias expert Arlindo

Contact Phone: (14) 3032 to 6304

                    Cel: (14) 998 876 148 (Vivo) 

                            (19) 97407-8637 (Nextel)




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Morgan Natalie Bailey & Herbert J. Kirshner Foundation (George Liebner) COL (Ret) Ernest C. Pogge BG (Ret) Darryl H. Powell Reserve Offi cers Assoc. (ROA) Mr. Frederick H. Rothstein Mr. Michael J. Rubino BG (Ret) Roger W. Scearce Mrs. Judith Scott Mrs. Joan Shalikashvili COL (Ret) Lawrence E. Skelly, II Mr. C. Randy Snow State of Utah Mr. Jeffrey A. Volk GEN (Ret) Carl E. Vuono Mr. Timothy V. Wolf COL (Ret) Allen R. Wolff Strategic Leader Circle $100-$499 MG (Ret) Forrest A. Abbott COL Benjamin F. Adams, III BG (Ret) Clara L. Adams-Ender BG (Ret) Timothy E. Albertson MG (Ret) William F. Allen CW4 (Ret) David R. Alsop COL (Ret) Jack R. Alsop COL (Ret) Joseph B. Ameel COL (Ret) Richard W. Anderschat GEN (Ret) Earl E. Anderson Mrs. Joan L. Anderson Mr. Levon Anderson COL (Ret) Martin S. Anderson CDR Albert Angel MG (Ret) Richard W. Anson COL (Ret) Margaret P. Applewhite BG (Ret) Stephen E. Arey COL (Ret) Peter A. Arntson COL Joseph E. Artiaga Ms. Elaine Asch-Root MG Deborah A. Ashenhurst Mr. Arthur A. Auch Mr. Danforth W. Austin COL R.D. Aut LTC (Ret) Charles A. Aycock COL (Ret) Catherine T. Bacon Anonymous BG (Ret) Michael B. Barrett Mr. Harvey M. Bagg, Jr. COL (Ret) E. Murl Bailey, Jr. Mr. Marshall M. Baker BG (Ret) Edward H. Ballard COL (Ret) Fredric D. Bangasser Col (Ret) Arthur W. Banister Mr. Walter Baranger COL (Ret) Henry A. Barber, III MG (Ret) Jamie S. Barkin COL (Ret) William F. Barko COL (Ret) Marion L. Barnwell COL John K. Bartolotto COL (Ret) Glenn W. Bartsch COL (Ret) Edward S. Basanez LTC (Ret) John F. Bash, Jr. MG (Ret) John P. Basilica, Jr. MG (Ret) Sampson H. Bass, Jr. MG (Ret) George V. Bauer COL (Ret) Johnston L. Beach, Ph.D. COL (Ret) Winston H. Bearden LTG (Ret) Quinn H. Becker COL (Ret) Bill G. Belcher Ms. Ingrid Bell Mr. Joseph H. Bell BG (Ret) Uzyel Ben-Itzhak Mr. David C. Bennett COL (Ret) Patrick J. Bennett COL (Ret) Thomas N. Bentley Col Mitch L. Berger COL (Ret) Carl F. Bergstrom, Jr. COL (Ret) John P. Berres COL Vanessa A. Berry MG (Ret) Michael M. Berzowski COL (Ret) Victor A. Betzold BG (Ret) William R. Bigler COL (Ret) Gilbert L. Bishop COL (Ret) Robert L. Bishop COL (Ret) Norman Glenn Blackburn, Sr. Mr. Douglas C. Blaine COL (Ret) William J. Blankmeyer, Jr. Lt Gen Peter A. Blay COL (Ret) Donald F. Bletz BG (Ret) Richard M. Blunt MG (Ret) David R. Bockel BG (Ret) James W. Boddie, Jr. Dr. Carl H Boening COL (Ret) Suzanne S. Boening COL (Ret) John Manning Bolchoz Mr. Donald B. Boldt COL (Ret) James L. Boling COL (Ret) James J. Bondi COL (Ret) Stanley G. Bonta COL (Ret) Donald W. Boose, Jr. COL (Ret) Truman E. Boudinot COL (Ret) Alan G. Bourque COL (Ret) Judith A. Bowers Mrs. Mary B. Bowers COL (Ret) Sheila R. Bowman MG (Ret) Michael A. Boyd Mr. Robert A. Boynton COL Mathew Joseph Brady COL (Ret) Gerald N. Braley, II MG (Ret) Dieter Richard Brand Dr. Bruce C. Bressler COL (Ret) Joseph Briggs COL (Ret) Robert H. Brigham COL (Ret) Mary Ann Brisky COL (Ret) Theodore G. Brna, Ph.D. Maj Gen Hugh T. Broomall MG (Ret) James G. Browder, Jr. COL (Ret) Douglas K. Browell COL (Ret) Keirn C. Brown, Jr. COL (Ret) Kenneth N. Brown COL (Ret) Michael P. Brown COL (Ret) Tyrone K. Brown Mr. William Brown, III COL (Ret) Robert F. Broyles COL (Ret) Hugh S. Bryant COL (Ret) Carolyn R. Bulliner COL (Ret) Charles A. Bullock BG (Ret) Roger C. Bultman COL (Ret) Arlene G. Burbank Burdeshaw Associates, LTD. BG (Ret) Edward R. Burka, M.D. COL Willard M. Burleson, III Mr. William B. Burnett Mr. Mark A. Burrough BG (Ret) Roger B. Burrows Mrs. Mary Anne Burst COL (Ret) & Mrs. Melvin L. Butler COL (Ret) Orville N. Butts COL (Ret) John R. Byers COL (Ret) John P. Byrne BG (Ret) Raymond C. Byrne, Jr. MG (Ret) Robert J. Byrne Ms. Donna M. Call COL (Ret) Colin R. Campbell Campbelltown Lions Club COL (Ret) Meredith H. Caram Mr. Darryl R. Carattini Mr. John Phillip Caraway Cardin & Miller Physical Therapy, PC COL (Ret) Arthur T. Carey COL (Ret) Kathleen W. Carr LTC (Ret) J Floyd Carter, III MG (Ret) Vito J. Castellano LTC Miguel A. Castellanos COL (Ret) Billy F. Caudill COL (Ret) H Allen Chadwick COL (Ret) Camile J. Chaisson, Jr. COL (Ret) Neil M. Chapin COL (Ret) Samuel L. Chappell LTC George L. Charfauros, Jr. LTG Dana K. Chipman COL (Ret) Randolph P. Christianson, M.D. COL (Ret) Norman K. Chung, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Church COL (Ret) Frederick L. Clapp, Jr. COL David J. Clark COL (Ret) Donald E. Clark COL (Ret) Dorothy H. Clark COL (Ret) Louis R. Clark COL (Ret) Robert H. Clark COL (Ret) John H. Claybrook COL (Ret) George C. Clowes Mr. Anthony C. Collins COL (Ret) Glen C. Collins, Jr. Ms. Lori T. Collins MG (Ret) William J. Collins COL (Ret) Ronald R. Combest COL (Ret) Jerome J. Comello COL (Ret) James M. Compton Rev. Douglas G. Comstock Mr. Taylor L. Conley COL (Ret) Kevin T. Connelly COL Amy Fordham Cook COL Christine D. Cook Mr. James M. Cook COL (Ret) Robert S. Cooper Mr. Victor V. Coppola COL (Ret) Paul L. Corriere, Jr. COL (Ret) Joseph T. Cox COL (Ret) Wayne Crawford COL (Ret) Buckner M. Creel, III COL (Ret) Robert N. Crittenden COL (Ret) Eugene F. Crooks COL (Ret) Ralph E. Cross, Jr. MG (Ret) Robert E. Crosser COL (Ret) George L. Crowder COL (Ret) Gail Croy COL (Ret) Francis J. Cummings COL (Ret) Alden M. Cunningham Col (Ret) Glenn K. Cunningham COL (Ret) Ronald T. Cyr Dan Clark & Janet Long COL (Ret) Joseph S. Dancses COL (Ret) William H. Danzeisen, Jr. MG (Ret) William J. Davies COL (Ret) Edward P. Davis Col (Ret) James W. Davis, Jr. COL (Ret) Jethro J. Davis COL (Ret) Kenneth P. Davis, Ph.D. BG (Ret) Annette M. Deener COL (Ret) Rudolph B. DeFrance COL (Ret) William B. DeGraf COL (Ret) Gary E. DeKay COL (Ret) Richard G. Deleissegues CDR John A. Demers Mr. Frederick W. Dennerline, III BG (Ret) John F. Depue Dr. Stephen J. Derbes Amb John des Groseilliers COL (Ret) Thomas J. Devine COL (Ret) John H. Dewing COL (Ret) George E. Dexter Dr. Ouida W. Dickey COL (Ret) Clifford M. Dickman COL (Ret) Richard P. 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McCoy COL (Ret) Allen Kendall McDonald MG (Ret) John H. McDonald BG (Ret) Charles J. McDonnell LTC (Ret) Robert S. McEldowney MG (Ret) James C. McElroy, Jr. COL (Ret) Billy J. McGowan BG (Ret) J. Daniel McGowan Mr. Andre McGuire Mrs. Connie McHugh Mr. W. Shelby McKenzie LTG (Ret) Clarence E. McKnight, Jr. COL (Ret) Danny R. McKnight Mr. Bruce E. McLeod, Jr. COL (Ret) Joel E. McLeod, Jr. MG (Ret) Carl H. McNair, Jr. COL (Ret) Garland R. McSpadden LTC (Ret) James N. Meade MG (Ret) & Mrs. Henry W. Meetze COL (Ret) John T. Melvin COL (Ret) Mark E. Meranda COL (Ret) James L. Messer COL (Ret) Mary L. Messerschmidt COL (Ret) Warren H. Metzner COL Allen L. Meyer GEN (Ret) Edward C. Meyer COL (Ret) Berri K. Meyers COL (Ret) Dawn L. Michaud Anonymous LTG (Ret) Paul T. Mikolashek COL (Ret) Clarence A. Miller, Jr. Ms. Kathleen S. Miller COL (Ret) Kent D. Miller, Jr. COL Robert J. Miller COL (Ret) Ward A. Miller, Sr. Dr. Robert E. Millward COL (Ret) James T. Minyard COL (Ret) Joseph B. 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United Nations military personnel are the Blue Helmets on the ground. Today, they consist of over 90,000 military personnel contributed by national armies from across the globe.

We work alongside UN Police and civilian colleagues to promote stability, security, and peace processes; we protect personnel and property; we work with local communities, and security forces promote lasting peace.

In many missions, protection of civilians is at the heart of our mandate. Blue Helmets are protecting populations against threats and contributing to a secure environment.

It is essential that we increase the representation of female military in UN peacekeeping operations.

Global contribution for global peace

All military personnel working under the Blue Helmet are first and foremost members of their own national armies and are then seconded to work under the command and control of the UN.

We have more than 100,000 UN uniformed personnel coming from over 120 countries. They come from nations large and small, rich and poor. They bring different cultures and experience to the job, but they are united in their determination to foster peace. Currently, the majority of troops come from African and Asian countries, while the contribution of western countries is increasing.

What UN military personnel do

The UN has been deploying military personnel for service in peace operations since 1948 when the Security Council authorized the deployment of UN military observers to the Middle East to monitor the Armistice Agreement between Israel and its Arab neighbours.

UN military personnel can be called upon to:

  • Protect civilians and UN personnel;
  • Monitor a disputed border;
  • Monitor and observe peace processes in post-conflict areas
  • Provide security across a conflict zone;
  • Provide security during elections;
  • Assist in-country military personnel with training and support
  • Assist ex-combatants in implementing the peace agreements; they may have signed.

One of the biggest changes UN Peacekeeping has seen over the 70 years of its existence has been the increasingly multi-dimensional nature of UN peacekeeping operations. UN military peacekeepers are often deployed in inhospitable, remote and dangerous environments where they face an unprecedented scale of challenges especially when protecting civilians, under asymmetric threats. Read more about how UN Peacekeeping is evolving to handle these modern day challenges here.

Getting involved

The United Nations Office of Military Affairs seeks highly qualified military officers from UN Member States for service in our peace missions around the world, either as individual Staff Officers, as Military Observers, or as part of a formed unit from an individual Troop-Contributing Country. Staff Officers are also valued at UN Headquarters from where they support all aspects related to the deployment of troops on the ground. By the end of July 2018, 4 per cent of UN military personnel were female. A top priority for UN Peacekeeping is to increase the number of female military personnel in peacekeeping operations, including increasing women staff officers and military observers to 15 per cent by the end of 2018; currently 11 per cent of staff officers and military observers in peacekeeping operations are female. At UN Headquarters,18 per cent of military staff are women, exceeding the target of 15 per cent for 2018.

Blue Helmets as members of their own national armies are seconded to work with the UN for periods normally of up to one year in the field, or two or three years at UN headquarters. Any queries about working for the UN in a military capacity should be addressed within an applicant’s own country first.

What kind of Blue Helmets are needed?

The most common sort of UN peacekeeper is the infantry soldier. However, increasingly we need specialized personnel who we refer to as ‘enablers’. These skilled soldiers include engineers, who for example were able to help with the post-earthquake reconstruction in Haiti, or the building of new roads in South Sudan. We also need helicopters and their crews, as they enable us to extend our area of influence and be much more visible. Other specialist enablers include transport companies, communicators and medical personnel.

Modern peacekeeping operations are often very complex, and place high demands on the personnel we deploy. High levels of training are required before deployment, and the UN works closely with Troop-Contributing Countries to provide the best help and advice possible. Troops must know what to do if they find themselves in an ambush, for example, and must be capable of responding appropriately.

Does the UN have a standing reserve Force?

It takes considerable time to deploy troops and we are often asked why we do not have a standing reserve.

The UN can only deploy military personnel when there is a UN Security Council resolution authorizing them to do so. The Security Council will say how many military personnel are required, and UN Headquarters will liaise with the Member States to identify personnel and deploy them. This can take time – often more than six months from the date of the resolution to get boots and equipment on the ground.

As former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan said, the UN is “the only fire brigade in the world that has to wait for the fire to break out before it can acquire a fire engine.” A standing reserve sounds logical, but it would be immensely costly to have a force of several thousand people on permanent standby. Although it takes time, it is much more practical to generate the military personnel once the go-ahead has been given. This also ensures we recruit personnel with the appropriate background, training and language skills relevant to the place they are being deployed to.

With these limitations in mind, since 2015 the UN has been working with Member States to develop a new arrangement called the Peacekeeping Capability Readiness System (PCRS). Through the PCRS, Member States can pledge to have specific units available for UN Peacekeeping.  Far in advance of a possible deployment, the UN Secretariat will perform an assessment of the readiness of the personnel, training, and equipment of those units.  Select units can also be pledged to the Rapid Deployment Level of the PCRS and will be made available within 60 days of a request from the UN Secretary-General.  When fully operational at the start of 2018, this system should help reduce the deployment timelines of military forces for future mission start-ups.

Increasing the number of female peacekeepers

One of the 41 female members serving with Ghanbat 10 with UNMIL in Buchana on patrol about the Liberian Port City of Buchanan

UN Photo/Christopher HerwigThe deployment of female peacekeepers to peace operations significantly, contributes to achieving sustainable peace and the improved wellbeing of women and girls in conflict-affected regions.

Security Council Resolution 1325 urges equal participation of women at all sectors of peacekeeping operations, including the military. This is also reinforced in  the policy on gender equality by the Departments of Peace Operations and Operational Support  and the guidelines for integrating gender perspective into the works of the UN  Military (2010).

Role of female military in peacekeeping operations

Female soldiers perform in many functions and capacities, from command to frontline roles, while bringing an added value to military operations. Female soldiers provide an invaluable perspective in planning operations and in making key decisions, especially those affecting civilians, particularly women and girls. This is an operational imperative for a mission as it provides a holistic approach to meet its mandate in today’s complex and evolving peacekeeping environment.

A female soldiers’ visibility can empower women and girls and increase women’s participation in the security sector.

Some unique tactical skills female military personnel bring to this field include screening of female civilians and conducting of house searches in areas where it is not culturally appropriate for men to enter private spaces. Local populations in host countries often feel more comfortable liaising and sharing information with military troops that include women alongside men. By obtaining better information, we can better protect these communities.

Find out more about women in peacekeeping, including recent statistics on their representation in peacekeeping operations.

Female military peacekeepers network

The Female Military Peacekeepers Network was created in April 2015 and so far about one hundred former and currently serving female military peacekeepers have joined the network. The network is an initiative of the Office of Military Affairs, with the aim of uniting female military who currently serve or have served  in UN peacekeeping operations. 

The network promotes, strengthens and advances the profile of female military peacekeepers, and creates a space of mutual support, mentoring, training and advocacy for UN female military personnel. It allows women to share their experiences and encourages the participation of female military across all ranks in UN peace operations. You can request to join our Facebook group: “UN Female Military Peacekeepers Network”, or contact the local network group in your mission.

Gender Advocate of the Year award

The United Nations Military Gender Advocate of the Year Award recognises the dedication and effort of an individual peacekeeper in promoting the principles within the Security Council Resolution 1325. The Resolution provides three provisions, called the “3 Ps.” The first two “Ps” are “prevention” of conflict and “protection” of women and their rights during and after conflict. The third “P” is “participation” and refers to increasing the numbers of women in all mechanisms for the prevention and resolution of conflict.

In current peacekeeping operations, it is vital that peacekeepers understand how women and men experience conflict differently. The Resolution calls on all actors to adopt a gender perspective to better understand the special needs of women and girls and ensure their participation, protection from and prevention of sexual violence in conflict.

The Military Gender Advocate of the Year Award recognises the dedication and effort of an individual peacekeeper in promoting the principles of UNSCR 1325 within a military context, as nominated by Force Commanders and Heads of peacekeeping missions. The award also raises the profile and understanding of what mainstreaming a gender perspective within a military context in peacekeeping mission means.

Recipients of the award

2018 – Lieutenant Commander Marcia Andrade Braga from Brazil for her service with MINUSCA

2017 – Major Seitebatso Pearl Block from South Africa for her service with MONUSCO

2016 – Captain Aichatou Ousmane Issaka from Niger for her service with MINUSMA

Blue Helmets Performance Standards

To implement their mandated tasks, our troops need to prepare adequately, starting sometimes far before deployment. This preparation covers every aspect of UN Peacekeeping such as ensuring the availability of the necessary and proper equipment.  It is also critical that peacekeepers are properly trained, to name a few, in Protection of Civilians, the use of force, and the Rules of Engagement. Also, a thorough understanding of conduct and discipline is a key training requirement.

  • Policies on readiness, performance, command and control.
  • Protection of Civilians (POC) Implementing Guidelines for military component in peacekeeping missions (February 2015) provide clear objective for military component when it comes to POC.
  • Rules of Engagement: This document provides authority for the use of force and explains policy, principles, procedures and responsibilities relating to the use of force. For each mission, specific rules of engagement are drafted.
  • Our troops in the field are required to implement their mandate with utmost professionalism, dedication and dignity, often at significant personal sacrifice. Unfortunately, Blue Helmets have been accused of acts of misconduct, including sexual exploitation and abuse. These reprehensible acts are an affront to the values of protection that UN Peacekeeping upholds. All acts of misconduct are unacceptable and forbidden. Click here for the UN Code of Conduct.

Peacekeeping Capability Readiness System

The UN Peacekeeping Capability Readiness System (PCRS) aims to establish a more predictable and dynamic process of interaction between the UN Headquarters and Member States for strengthening readiness and timely deployment of peacekeeping capabilities with the right qualities.

There are four levels of readiness in PCRS:

  • Level 1: A Troop Contributing Country makes a formal pledge for a unit and provides the list of major and self-sustainment equipment and certification of completion of basic training and human rights screening. Member States are encouraged to include the time frame of availability and duration of deployment for each pledged capability.
  • Level 2: Based on the UN operational requirements, pledges at Level 1 can be elevated to Level 2 after an assessment and advisory visit has been conducted by a UN Headquarters team.
  • Level 3: Following a satisfactory assessment, units which have achieved a reasonable degree of preparedness are elevated to Level 3.
  • Rapid Deployment Level (RDL): Having reached Level 3, the Troop Contributing Country may pledge to deploy within 60 days following a request made by the UN Headquarters.

The administration is aiming to reduce its contribution from 28.5% to 25% of the total costs of the force.

The claim has prompted a storm of outrage, but just who are the UN’s “Blue Helmets”, and what do they do?

Who they are

  • UN peacekeeping forces include soldiers, police officers, and – perhaps more surprisingly – local civilian personnel.
  • The forces are multinational: since 1948, 130 nations have provided personnel to them.
  • Since 1998 there has been a six-fold increase in the number of peacekeeping forces deployed in missions across the globe. The total number of military personnel currently on deployment in 18 countries stands at 74,000.
  • Surprisingly, the brunt of the work is carried by developing nations. In August 2016, the ten highest contributing nations were Ethiopia (8,326), India (7,471), Pakistan (7,161), Bangladesh (6,772), Rwanda (6,146), Nepal (5,131), Senegal (3,617), Burkina Faso (3,036), Ghana (2,972), and Egypt (2,889).
  • The UN has being trying to increase the participation of women in peacekeeping missions, with some limited success. In 2014 , out of a total of about 125,000 peacekeepers, women constituted 3% of military personnel and 10% of police personnel in UN Peacekeeping missions. This compares to UN headquarters, where 48% of staff are female.

What they do

  • The Blue Helmets can be deployed both to implement and monitor peacekeeping agreements.
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