Deputy Ambassador and Resident Representative to the Commonwealth of Australia and New Zealand
International Police Commission
The IPC India Command is committed to carry out general mandate and objective of ensuring peace and order worldwide and is ever ready within capacity to assist all law enforcement agencies of member nations of the United Nations in the campaign against criminal elements especially international criminal syndicates and terrorist organizations, involving the supreme citizen’s power under the Constitution of all nations to ensure equality of justice, freedom and democracy and to assist the governments of the member UN Nations in humanitarian, socio-civic, and peace keeping operations, while being a catalyst for social development through socio-civic and economic development programs and projects.
The International Police Commission – IPC is duly registered, approved and accepted as an international non-profit, non-secretarial, peacekeeping and social development organization based in the State of California, United States of America, with commandos de spread in many United Nations. The International Police Commission was started in 1970 under the Philippine government. The IPC India Command has been working very well in the interest of Humanity with the mutual support, guidance, cooperation and terms agreed with the International Organization for Educational Development “IOED”. Their Mission has also been supported by other partner organizations which are the SITKA Police Department, Alaska, USA. USA,
The United Nations Economic and Social Council has granted the International Police Commission the consultative status of Roger “UNECOSOC” and is also a member of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime “UNODC”.
The International Police Commission – IPC has also been legalized and registered with the Government of India. The International Police Commission has also been accepted and registered by the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) of the Government of India to work in the category of Extraterritorial Organization such as the United Nations and its agencies such as the IMF, the World Bank and Europe. Commission, OPEC, etc. on August 10, 2016. The Spirit of the Universe appeals to all peace-loving citizens to volunteer and join us in this noble effort. ”
Sustainable development is the international community’s most urgent priority, and the core aim of the 2030 Development Agenda for sustainable development. UNCESDA operates at the center of the UN system’s work on all three pillars of sustainable development—economic, social and environmental. It is the unifying platform for integration, action on sustainable development and follow-up and review.As the umbrella for the UN’s functional and regional commissions, and operational and specialized agencies, it links the setting of global norms with their implementation. Across diverse fora, it brings together all the different people and partners involved in achieving sustainable development, while fueling broader awareness and action through sharing its own extensive knowledge and issue expertise.Within the UN system, UNCESDA has the main responsibility for following up on all major past international conferences linked to the three pillars of sustainable development, and will continue to do this alongside the implementation of the sustainable development goals. As a hub for the exchange of knowledge and mutual learning, it had an instrumental role in examining lessons learned from the Millennium Development Goals, assessed the transition into the post-2015 agenda, and currently consider the implementation of the 2030 Agenda. UNCESDA also explores the scope of a renewed global partnership and invites youth to share their views on their future.