Sovereign Global Solutions has significant expertise and relationships of high importance in the sphere of International Affairs. SGS works closely with government agencies and policy leaders as well as international legislators and high office holders. SGS also collaborates and works with non-governmental organizations, non-profit organizations and multi-lateral organizations to raise public awareness and create change in the key areas of concern below. With more than 40 years combined work inside and out of public service, the principles of SGS have developed the contacts at all levels of government including strong relationships with the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, U.S. Department of Labor, U.S. AID, State Department Department of Homeland Security and both Houses of Congress, the European Union, Multilateral Organizations, the United Kingdom, Hungary, Germany, and many other East European countries, Latin America and Africa.

Advancing Human Rights and Civil Liberties

SGS offers expertise in building relationships and advocating policies particularly on the international level that advances human rights, the dignity of human persons and civil liberties around the world. Working with think tanks, public policy organizations, candidates and opinion leaders, SGS provides media training, message development and engages in strategic advocacy tactics for building coalitions and communicating the ideals that will impact policy.

Fostering International Religious Freedom

SGS has worked across the globe on high level cases defending religious freedom and has a global reach throughout Africa, the Middle East, Asia and Europe and works with various networks, developing public affairs campaigns and events advocating the rights of individuals to practice their religion in peace.

Combatting Human Trafficking

Human trafficking which encompasses slave labor and sex trafficking, the trade of selling human persons for the purpose of forced labor, sexual slavery, or commercial sexual exploitation. The growing trafficking enterprise encompasses countries like China that imprison citizens for slave labor and medical experimentation.

Exposing Transnational Criminal Organizations (TCOs)

Transnational criminal organizations that traffic children and adults along the southern border of the United States and transport drugs and counterfeit good into the country are a threat to millions. These criminal networks profit at the expense of human lives and get little attention in the media.