Global Unity Harmony Foundation


Global Unity Harmony Foundation come together to end abuse and corruption globally. We have a concert venue set up in UK.  Other countries are following suit.  Each of the concerts will be shown on the internet to enable funding of projects like ‘Please refer to draft baseline of together for future dreams’.

Thereafter we will be setting up e-trading facilities with all the countries involved, to sell their products, produced from psychological therapies. Any article sold 90% of revenue will be returned to the producers.

An Annual award certificate will be given out to each individual recognising their involvement in the campaign.

We have been set up to highlight the extent of abuse and corruption within global society, and to try to bring about, by peaceful means, an end to it.

We are a non political organization open to all religions, faiths, gender and nationalities. 

Through the medium of music and art, we are going to highlight the damage that abuse brings upon the human race.

 By doing concert on the internet and television, we will hopefully encourage people to donate to cause of putting an end to the abuse globally.

Then we will set up projects that will benefit people who suffer from trauma due to abuse. By providing psychological therapies in art & craft, music etc; some projects are already running who provide therapies of this sort, but due too the global economic downturn they are threatened extinction. So we have to work together to sustain projects that are already there and add to them.

From this we will then provide a means to sell the products produced from the therapies through our website to our contacts globally, so that the projects are self sufficient.

Once this happens we will encourage the participants to then set up their own social enterprises to trade with other social enterprises that are set up with the other countries on board.

We will encourage private organisations to provide management time to the social enterprises so that they become self sufficient therefore we will be getting the people on board to set up projects for the people by the people.

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About catherinehislop

I am the Founder of Global Unity Harmony Foundation
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  2. ALHAJI MUSA AHMED says:

    Global Unity you are on the right course keep it up

    • Thank you i have to sell ticets for the launch/concert of the foudnation, as the investors have turned out to be scammers.

      So if you can buy some tickets i would be extremely greatful.

      I have managed to secure the venue and artists free, but still hav eto pay for some equipment, legal costs etc.
      I have documentary being made for marketing and fundraising after the concert. But we were relying on these people.

    • Need as many people and organisations to take the stance with us and unite to make this happen,

    • Things do work out if you persist let me share this..Amnesty International

      For defending human rights this year with Amnesty International, we say THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!

      Dear catherine,

      Do you know what a profound difference you have made in recent months?

      I know, and so do authorities around the world who were pressured to do the right thing as a result of your actions.

      You helped give journalist Eynulla Fatullayev his life back. Your actions helped set him free in May. He spent four tortured years in an Azerbaijani prison for criticizing his government.

      “I was between life and death. I witnessed much evil. It was you, my friends and saviors from the Amnesty International that kept alight the flame of hope in my soul.” — Former prisoner of conscience Eynulla Fatullayev

      You unlocked protester Faizan Rafiq Hakeen’s prison door with thousands of tweets. Police detained the 14-year-old in February under the controversial Jammu and Kashmir Public Safety Act and were ready to try him as an adult.

      In April, thanks to tough on-the-ground campaigning and a barrage of Twitter messages, or Tweets, authorities reconsidered his case and set Faizan free.

      You made the Egyptian army pledge to stop forcing women protesters to undero humiliating “virginity tests”. The army said the tests “protected” them against possible allegations of rape. You cried foul and demanded action. In June, Egypt’s military yielded, pledging to stop the degrading treatment of female detainees.

      You gave the people of Illinois the boost they needed to overturn the death penalty in their state. On March 9, 2011, Illinois became the 16th state to abolish the death penalty, liberating itself from a failed experiment and restoring dignity to its people.

      I hope that you are proud of these accomplishments. I am. They are nothing less than victories for humanity. And for that, we should take a moment to celebrate and to reflect on how powerful we can be when we stand together for human rights.

      Thank you for all you do to defend human rights.

      In solidarity,

      Larry Cox
      Executive Director
      Amnesty International USA

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