under the auspices of
- With the help, support, or protection of: the delegation’s visit was arranged under UN auspicesMore example sentences
- In situ investigations of human rights situations have been carried out under the auspices of all the regional organizations.
- A six-month course for 10 nurses will be held at the hospital under the auspices of the University of Essex.
- The fact that they have been published under the auspices of the UN, however, lends them additional weight.
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