On June 4th, Mr Bosé participated in several informal meetings with senior representatives of the Subcommittee on Human Rights of the European Parliament, the Office of the Special Representative for Human Rights and the Office of the High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy of the European Union. He explained to his interlocutors that the Foundation Peace without Borders contributes through art, culture and the visibility of artists in the construction of peace in the world. He recognized that the promotion and defense of peace has been and actually is a guiding principle of the foreign policy of the EU Member States. Moreover, Peace and Human rights are a primary objective of the European Union. There can be no peace without respect for all human rights for all.

On the initiative of the Permanent Mission of Costa Rica, the Department of Public Information of the United Nations organized a press conference on 5 June 2013 at the Palais des Nations in Geneva. Mr. Miguel Bosé (co -founder of the Foundation Peace without Borders) and Ambassador Christian Guillermet (Deputy Permanent Representative of Costa Rica) participated in the press conference. The media coverage of the press conference was very broad, highlighting the publication of news in sixteen countries.

Afterwards, upon the invitation of the Permanent Representative of Ecuador and coordinator of the Group of Latin American and Caribbean Countries (GRULAC) he met in a closed session with the ambassadors of the GRULAC Member States in Geneva.

And finally, he also participated in the public event organized by the Permanent Mission of Costa Rica and Foundation Peace Without Borders entitled “Future Challenges of the Working Group on the right to peace.” As relevant personalities, highlighted the participation of the United Nations Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights. machine a pipi