In September 2016, Alliance for Truth about Comfort Women sent its fourth overseas delegation to Geneva, Switzerland to attend the United Nations Human Rights Council and to meet with officials at the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in charge of the agency’s Memory of the World Register.
At the UNHRC, Nobukatsu Fujioka of Japanese Society for History Textbook Reform gave a two-minute speech, taking advantage of the UN consultative status of the International Career Support Association.
The delegation included, among others:
- Shunichi Fujiki (chair), Texas Daddy Japan Secretariat
- Nobukatsu Fujioka, Japanese Society for History Textbook Reform
- Shuntaro Echigo (越後俊太郎), Secretary General of Japanese Society for History Textbook Reform
- Toshiko Hasumi
- Wako Katsura (桂和子), Group that will convey the correct history (正しい歴史を伝える会)
- Kazuo Sato (佐藤和夫), right-wing candidate for the House of Representatives
In addition to the formal delegation, the Alliance for Truth about Comfort Women recruited members of the public to accompany the delegation for 268,000 yens each. Paying tourists were offered opportunities to enter United Nations functions as members of the International Career Support Association.