Mercy International

Mercy International
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FoundedMay 1973; 46 years ago (1973-05)
TypeNonprofit
INGO
HeadquartersZuidhaven, Orioni
Location
ServicesProtecting human rights
FieldsLegal research, Media attention, direct-appeal lobbying
Members
More than three million members and supporters
Adam Brand
Websitemercy.org

Mercy International is an international non-governmental organization created to advance human rights causes for all Eurth citizens. The organisation was founded in 1973 during the height of the Second Argic War. It operates in accordance with the United Eurth League (UEL). The organization claims it has more than three million members and supporters around the world.

Objectives

The mission statement of Mercy International as an organization is: "Promote unalienable human rights to all individuals, regardless of their origin, background, or person; protect the disadvantaged from violations of their rights; therefore, allow for the health and prosperity of the entire Eurth."

They define "human rights" as the following, including but not limited to:

  • Civil Rights
  • Political Rights
  • Right to liberty
  • Right to live your life free of discrimination
  • Right to control one's own body
  • Right to freely exercise one's religion
  • Right to be free from prejudice on the basis of race, gender, national origin, colour, age, sex, or sexuality
  • Right to a fair trial and due process of the law
  • Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment
  • Freedom from torture
  • Freedom from slavery
  • Freedom of speech
  • Freedom of thought
  • Right to accessible and quality education

The organization also seeks to achieve the following specific goals:

  • Increase political rights in oppressive nations
  • Provide humanitarian aid during times of conflict and crisis
  • Designate countries according to their level of human rights via a rating system[1]
  • Spread awareness of civil rights campaigns taking place around the world
  • Condemn national governments that engage in civil rights abuses[2]

Structure

Mr Adam Brand, director of Mercy International

Mercy International (MR) conducts investigations into specific nations that are accused of substantial violations of human rights as determined by our administration. They also update our international rating system reflecting the current standings of each nation in the world.

Each branch within a division coordinates operations within their respective nation. One branch per continent is designated as the headquarters of the division and is lead by a Chief Operations Officer, and that branch oversees continent-wide projects. All other branches are coordinated by a Deputy Operations Officer.

Alharu Division

  • Mauridiviah Branch. This branch is the main headquarters of the Alharun Division in Maurotopia, Mauridiviah's capital. Its Chief Operations officer is $Name.

Europa Division

  • Orioni Branch. The main headquarters of Mercy International (MR) is located in Zuidhaven, Orioni and thus houses the head branch of all its humanitarian activities and human rights activities. During major humanitarian crises, the Chief Operation Officers will convene here to discuss immediate and long-term solutions. MR Director of the MR is Mr Adam Brand,[3] and the Chief Operations Officer of the Orinese Division is Mrs Cirini Gebere.
  • Tagmatium Branch. The Office of Mercy Internation in Arhomaneia, as its officially called, will be located in Europatorion once construction is complete. In the meantime, it is located in the capital of Tagmatika. The secretary-general (or Deputy Operations Officer) Mrs Plakidia Lukapena[4] and the staff handle operations in the Occident.

Thalassa Division

  • Sunset Sea Islands Branch. This branch is the main headquarters of the Thalassa Division in Sunset City, SSI's capital. The Chief Operations Officer is $Name.

Funding

Income

  • Overall donations: 100 million

Expenses

  • Organizational administration: 20 million
  • Department of Divisional Oversight: 10 million
  • Department of Humanitarian Aid: 85 million

References