Our supporter: Society for threatened people
Our supporter, the "Society for threatened people" is an intenational human rights organisation and has its main focus on ethnic or religious minorities and/or nationalities. The United Nations recognised their labour and accredited them with the status of a formal consultant organisation.
Also, the "Society for threatened people" is represented in the European Council.
The history of the "Society for threatened people" goes back to 1968 when Tilman Zülch and Klaus Guercke founded the "Aktion Biafra Hilfe" to fight against famine and genocide in Biafra, Nigeria. Since 1970 the organisation is called "Gesellschaft für bedrohte Völker" and maintains sections in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Chile.