SOMESHA is safeguarding her withdrawal to URI Network by avoiding the trick INGOs

The Somali Media for Environment Science Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA) thrilled to disseminate today her interest for the United Religions Initiative (URI) membership withdrawal due to the so specified the guidance of that URI holds the prestigious distinction of being a non-governmental organization (NGO) with consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council, and has long-standing partnerships with several other UN agencies and policy Inter-governmental organizations like (IGAD), and (AU).

“SOMESHA and me will no longer work with URI because such like me personally and SOMESHA by organizational pure whose purpose is to promote enduring, daily social issues reporting, interfaith cooperation, to end religiously motivated violence and to create cultures of peace are not allowed to join policy oriented organization like UN, AU, IGAD, OIC, due to our dignity and neutrality related civilian cooperation and protection “said Rev. Sayed Daud Abdi Daud who heads SOMESHA

“Whereas journalists and journalists unions from national, regional and global level including for those working journalists rights and freedom of the press are bridge builders with lawsuit gatekeeper they should adopt that they have the right for freedom of association, Expression, religion, and movements in across the United Nations (UN) member states but avoid UN agencies membership because UN herself is representing diplomatic social agents or by sensitively nations. This means protecting citizen’s rights and bringing both voices may cause a conflict of interest”. Mr. Sayed Daud added

According to the national and international treaties, charters and conventions related to the freedom of association the Somali Media for Environment Science Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA) is domestic press association in which has direct connection to the global media organizations in which are INGOs based in the world working to develop journalists professionally to report social issues and to end religiously motivated violence and injustice.

 

For more inquires you can be reached SOMESHA Secretary General on +252616349997 or via email: dimbil@somesha.org

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