Diplomatic Society of St. Gabriel

A Global Society of Diplomats and International Relationists


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. What happened to the DSSG.org website ?

The previous DSSG website, DSSG.org, has been inactive since June 2015, due to the re-organization process of the DSSG.

2. How will the DSSG be re-organized ?

The process of DSSG re-organization is still on-going, please check back with this site regularly for developments. Generally, the DSSG will be a coordinating organization focusing on activities for a broader diplomatic, humanitarian, academic and business audience.

3. What is the membership policy of DSSG ?

The re-organization of the DSSG will result in the revision of DSSG membership policy and guidelines. Pre-June 2015 members are requested to also check back with this site on developments. Such members will be directed to one of the specific branches of the DSSG. For now the DSSG is not accepting new membership applications.

4. What is the relationship of the DSSG with DOKSG, MI and other Organizations previously mentioned in the older website ?

The Diplomatic Order of the Knights of St. Gabriel (DOKSG) is part of the larger DSSG family, and continues to be an observer in the International Alliance of Catholic Knights (IACK). DSSG is in discussions with the Milita Immaculata (MI) on the nature of the DSSG-MI partnership.

5. How may I communicate with the DSSG ?

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  1. DSSG Confreres also serve with a number of international government and civil society organizations, including the United Nations Secretariat, the Trilateral Commission, the Council of Foreign Relations, and numerous Diplomatic & Consular Associations. Members and officers of the Royal families of Austria- Hungary, Portugal, and Georgia.

    The DSSG is honored to be listed with the: United Nations Conference of NGOs in Consultative Relationship with the United Nations (as Associate Member), United Nations Global Compact, United Nations Department of Economic & Social Affairs, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, United Nations Educational, Social and Cultural Organization, United Nations Office of Drugs & Crime, United Nations Environment Program, participates with UNGLS, UNCERF, UNISDR, UNOHA, European Community, World Trade Organization, the World Council of Churches and many other diplomatic and faith-based organizations worldwide.

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