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""Every morning I wake up with new ideas and energy to create and search for new solutions. In life, I am guided by the words "because what we do today, we do for Generations". I belive that I have a chance, even to a small extent, to contribute to the improvement of peaople's lives and maintain peace in the world.""
"What we do now, we do for generations"
                                             Secretary-General IHRC Sir Rafal Marcin Wasik
Sir RAFAL MARCIN WASIK

SECRETARY-GENERAL of the IHRC
Judge at the COURTSAS Arbitration Court
Honorary Professor Wyższa Szkola Ekonomiczna w Bialymstoku, Poland, 2019
Honorary Professor International Personnel Academy in Kiev, Ukraine, 2019
Honorary Doctor International Personnel Academy in Kiev, Ukraine, 2019
e-mail:headquarters@ihrchq.org
Born in Poland in 1977, Sosnowiec
Master of Economics and Organization Management -  WSE in Bialystok, Poland
International Expert in the field of Human Rights and Organization Management, Philanthropist.
Sir Rafal Marcin Wasik is currently serving as the General Secretary of International Human Rights Commission with the Vision & dedication for protecting the Human Rights of the People around the world with promoting the culture of Peace among the Nations. Under the visionary leadership of General Secretary Sir. Rafal Marcin, IHRC is working to strengthen & support all Nations capacity to engage in sustainable development through educational access, relief programs, ecological & bioethical reflections & actions, while taking in to consideration the traditional, social & cultural values of each Nation. Promoting Human Rights Peace, Gender Equality, Health, Economic development, awareness regarding the rights of women, children & youth in developing nations & where ever needed.
Sir Rafal Marcin Wasik is also an originator of conflict resolution in Ukraine. Central Office of the International Human Rights Commission (IHRC) has been officially registered in Ukraine in 2014 in order to create an international network of Human Rights Protection. Since the creation central office of IHRC conducted monitoring of early presidential elections in Ukraine on 25th May 2014, serving as an international observer. Central office IHRC has prepared proposals which have found practical application in the Peace Plan of the President of the Ukraine & Minsk Arrangements of 5th September 2014. In matters of supporting the National strategies against IDP’s & development & implementation of legislations on IDP’s in the fields of social & economic policy. They are guaranteed to everyone without distinction of any kind, such as race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth, or other status. Human rights are essential to the full development of individuals and communities. Countries often incorporate human rights in their own national, state, and local laws.Sir.Rafal Marcin Wasik, a Person who has dedicated his life serving Humanity. A man with the courage & vision to wake up every morning with the Passion to serve Humanity with improvements in people’s life & Peace around the world. An International Expert in the field of Human Rights & Organization Management & a Philanthropist.
Over 2 billion people live in fragile conflict zones, driving 80% of the world’s humanitarian needs. These complex crises threaten efforts to end extreme poverty, and often increase tensions between ethnic, tribal and political groups. Resulting instability and threats of violence drive people from their homes and prevent access to food, water, health services and shelter.
Sir.Rafal, strongly believes that “what we doing now, we doing for generations” focusing on resolving international conflicts & humanitarian crises are his priorities. He has a vast experience working as the recognized international observer in conflicts zone in Ukraine, Organiser of various international humanitarian & diplomatic meetings & conferences around the world, International Expert from International Agency of the Public Security Geneva.
Sir.Rafal Marcin Wasik is currently serving as the General Secretary of International Human Rights Commission with the Vision & dedication for protecting the Human Rights of the People around the world with promoting the culture of Peace among the Nations.
Under the visionary leadership of General Secretary Sir.Rafal Marcin, IHRC is working to strengthen & support all Nations capacity to engage in sustainable development through educational access, relief programs, ecological & bioethical reflections & actions, while taking in to consideration the traditional, social & cultural values of each Nation. Promoting Human Rights Peace, Gender Equality, Health, Economic development, awareness regarding the rights of women, children & youth in developing nations & where ever needed.
Sir.Rafal Marcin Wasik, is also an originator of conflict resolution in Ukraine. Central Office of the International Human Rights Commission (IHRC) has been officially registered in Ukraine in 2014 in order to create an international network of Human Rights Protection. Since the creation central office of IHRC conducted monitoring of early presidential elections in Ukraine on 25th May 2014, serving as an international observer. Central office IHRC has prepared proposals which has found practical application in the Peace Plan of the President of the Ukraine & Minsk Arrangements of 5th September 2014. In matters of supporting the National strategies against IDP’s & development & implementation of legislations on IDP’s in the fields of social & economic policy.

ACTIVITIES


Promoting and respecting human rights and promoting them both at the regional, national and global levels are IHRC goals. Our activity is promoted through the organization of a wide series of activities to promote the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and its actual application in legislative systems. The most important are:-
  • Migration policy and immigrant rights;
  • EU integration policies, in particular for non-EU eastern countries;
  • Respect for peace and dialogue between nations;
  • Monitoring of electoral systems
  • Legislative processes in the EU as well as in Eastern and African countries and in national social protection systems and respect for human rights
IHRC has a direct impact on EU policy in accordance with art. 7 transparency register in the following topics:
  • Migration policy, respect for human rights and European integration policy;
  • Direct interaction with EU parliamentarians, legislative proposal saimed at increasing respect for human rights for migrants and European integration
Carrying out activities having an indirect impact on European policy, organizing periodic meetings and conferences, including high-level meetings, especially in the sector
  • Migrations,
  • Assistance to a refugee
  • Help and cooperation with non-EU countries

GUIDING PRINCIPLES


Many people view human rights as a set of moral principles that apply to everyone. Human rights are standards that allow all people to live with dignity, freedom, equality, justice, and peace. Every person has these rights simply because they are human beings. They are guaranteed to everyone without distinction of any kind, such as race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth, or other status. Human rights are essential to the full development of individuals and communities. Countries often incorporate human rights in their own national, state, and local laws.
Sir. Rafal Marcin Wasik, a Person who has dedicated his life serving Humanity. A man with the courage & vision to wake up every morning with the Passion to serve Humanity with improvements in people’s life & Peace around the world. An International Expert in the field of Human Rights & Organization Management & a Philanthropist. Over 2 billion people live in fragile conflict zones, driving 80% of the world’s humanitarian needs. These complex crises threaten efforts to end extreme poverty, and often increase tensions between ethnic, tribal and political groups. Resulting instability and threats of violence drive people from their homes and prevent access to food, water, health services and shelter.
Sir. Rafal, strongly believes that “what we doing now, we doing for generations”focusing on resolving international conflicts & humanitariancrises are his priorities. He has a vast experience working as the recognized international observer in conflicts zone in Ukraine, Organiser of various international humanitarian & diplomatic meetings & conferences around the world, International Expert from International Agency of the Public Security Geneva.
Sir. Rafal Marcin Wasik is currently serving as the General Secretary of International Human Rights Commission with the Vision & dedication for protecting the Human Rights of the People around the world with promoting the culture of Peace among the Nations. Under the visionary leadership of General Secretary Sir. Rafal Marcin, IHRC is working to strengthen & support all Nations capacity to engage in sustainable development through educational access, relief programs, ecological & bioethical reflections & actions, while taking in to consideration the traditional, social & cultural values of each Nation. Promoting Human Rights Peace, Gender Equality, Health, Economic development, awareness regarding the rights of women, children & youth in developing nations & where ever needed.
Sir. Rafal Marcin Wasik is also an originator of conflict resolution in Ukraine. Central Office of the International Human Rights Commission (IHRC) has been officially registered in Ukraine in 2014 in order to create an international network of Human Rights Protection. Since the creation central office of IHRC conducted monitoring of early presidential elections in Ukraine on 25th May 2014, serving as an international observer. Central office IHRC has prepared proposals which have found practical application in the Peace Plan of the President of the Ukraine & Minsk Arrangements of 5th September 2014. In matters of supporting the National strategies against IDP’s & development & implementation of legislations on IDP’s in the fields of social & economic policy.

MOU SIGNED

In 2018 in Bissau IHRC the Humanitarian Foundation signed the MOU with the Government of Bissau Guinea. IHRC is devoted to international humanitarian assistance, control and protection of human rights and respect for the whole world. It is an international, non-profit, impartial and independent organization. Its members are always there where armed conflicts, cataclysms, terrorist attacks, arbitrary rule arise ... and they always respond to the needs of the aggrieved and the deprived who suffer from the violation of rights, genocide, poverty, having to undergo lumpenization. Today, we have representatives in more countries.

They are guaranteed to everyone without distinction of any kind, such as race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth, or other status. Human rights are essential to the full development of individuals and communities. Countries often incorporate human rights in their own national, state, and local laws.
Sir.Rafal Marcin Wasik, a Person who has dedicated his life serving Humanity. A man with the courage & vision to wake up every morning with the Passion to serve Humanity with improvements in people’s life & Peace around the world. An International Expert in the field of Human Rights & Organization Management & a Philanthropist.
Over 2 billion people live in fragile conflict zones, driving 80% of the world’s humanitarian needs. These complex crises threaten efforts to end extreme poverty, and often increase tensions between ethnic, tribal and political groups. Resulting instability and threats of violence drive people from their homes and prevent access to food, water, health services and shelter.
Sir.Rafal, strongly believes that “what we doing now, we doing for generations” focusing on resolving international conflicts & humanitarian crises are his priorities. He has a vast experience working as the recognized international observer in conflicts zone in Ukraine, Organiser of various international humanitarian & diplomatic meetings & conferences around the world, International Expert from International Agency of the Public Security Geneva.
Sir.Rafal Marcin Wasik is currently serving as the General Secretary of International Human Rights Commission with the Vision & dedication for protecting the Human Rights of the People around the world with promoting the culture of Peace among the Nations.
Under the visionary leadership of General Secretary Sir.Rafal Marcin, IHRC is working to strengthen & support all Nations capacity to engage in sustainable development through educational access, relief programs, ecological & bioethical reflections & actions, while taking in to consideration the traditional, social & cultural values of each Nation. Promoting Human Rights Peace, Gender Equality, Health, Economic development, awareness regarding the rights of women, children & youth in developing nations & where ever needed.
Sir.Rafal Marcin Wasik, is also an originator of conflict resolution in Ukraine. Central Office of the International Human Rights Commission (IHRC) has been officially registered in Ukraine in 2014 in order to create an international network of Human Rights Protection. Since the creation central office of IHRC conducted monitoring of early presidential elections in Ukraine on 25th May 2014, serving as an international observer. Central office IHRC has prepared proposals which has found practical application in the Peace Plan of the President of the Ukraine & Minsk Arrangements of 5th September 2014. In matters of supporting the National strategies against IDP’s & development & implementation of legislations on IDP’s in the fields of social & economic policy.


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