In September 2017, Alliance for Truth about Comfort Women and its affiliated groups sent its delegation to Geneva, Switzerland to attend the United Nations Human Rights Council, taking advantage of the UN consultative status of the International Career Support Association. Shunichi Fujiki spoke in a meeting about press freedom to accuse the U.N. Special Rapporteur David Kaye’s report critical of Japanese government of “bias,” while Mio Sugita attacked the government of South Korea for financing anti-Japan propaganda and “brainwashing” its citizens to foster hatred toward Japan.
In addition, the group held a side event titled “How have the United Nations’ limited resources been EXPLOITED? Stop Bashing Japan in the name of Human Rights.”
The delegation included, among others:
- Shunichi Fujiki, Texas Daddy Japan Secretariat
- Mitsuhiko Fujii, Rompa Project
- Mio Sugita
- Hiromi Edwards
- Toshiaki Okano (岡野俊昭), Alliance for Truth about Comfort Women