In July 2015, Alliance for Truth about Comfort Women sent its second overseas delegation to Geneva, Switzerland to participate at the pre-session meeting of the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) and to lobby at the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) against the inclusion of Nanking atrocities and comfort women in its Memory of the World Register.
Delegation member Mio Sugita successfully obtained an opportunity to speak to the CEDAW to dispute the historical orthodoxy of comfort women by using the UN consultative status of International Career Support Association, which has become a vehicle to promote Japanese historical denial at the UN level.
- Yumiko Yamamoto, Nadeshiko Action
- Mio Sugita, former member of parliament
- Shunichi Fujiki, Texas Daddy Japan Secretariat
- Mitsuhiko Fujii, Rompa Project
- Tony Marano a.k.a. Texas Daddy
- Toshiaki Okano, Secretary, Alliance for Truth about Comfort Women
- Masanori Kaneko, International Career Support Association