IPN welcomed by the Diplomatic Council

IPN welcomed by the Diplomatic Council

Beverley Holt and IPN  are officially welcomed as the Permanent Representative of The Diplomatic Council (DC) on January 21 st, 2015 at the “All nations New Years Gala reception" at the luxurious 5 star Grand Hotel Hessischer Hof, Frankfurt.

The event was well attended by Diplomats ,VIP’s and Business people from around the World.


His Excecellency Ambassador Buddhi  Artauda and founding President honoured Thi Thai Hang Nguyen, Secretary General, with the Title of Lady and Andreas Dripke, Chairman Business Relations, with the Title of Sir for their outstanding work with the DC.


What is the The Diplomatic Council (DC)

is a United Nations registered Civil Society Non-Governmental Organization (NGO). The DC belongs to the “integrated Civil Society Organizations” (iCSO) of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) which is responsible for the interaction between civil society organizations like the Diplomatic Council and the United Nations Organization.


It was established to serve as a non-governmental Think Tank organisation (NGO) and shall follow the principles of the charter of the United Nations Organization.


The main aim for the Diplomatic Council is to contribute the power of diplomacy for peace everywhere on earth. Worldwide cooperation is the only instrument which may help in solving international problems on any level: economical, social, cultural or humanitarian. The respect of human rights and fundamental freedom of people without differentiation in races, gender or religion should be cultivated and strengthened.


Beverley is looking forward to launching the  DC chapter in Monaco shortly and growing an active community of like-minded people and inviting members to participate with on-going projects.


The Diplomatic Council welcomes not solely members of the diplomatic or consular corps but also personalities from industry, politics, society, culture and sports. Receptions, conferences, round tables, diplomatic dinners, club evenings and get-togethers are the basis for the ongoing communication between Diplomatic Council members and guests.


Find more about becoming a member here.