Meaning of under the auspices of in English:

under the auspices of

phrase

archaic
  • With the help, support, or protection of.

    ‘the course is run under the auspices of the Anglican Church’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘Their dispute ended following agreement reached under the auspices of the Labour Relations Commission.’
    • ‘It was originally set up under the auspices of a Business Enterprise Centre, as a way of promoting the region, as an entity.’
    • ‘Two thirds of all monies that come from Europe to Ireland come under the auspices of the Common Agricultural Policy.’
    • ‘These students come from nine European countries under the auspices of the Erasmus exchange programme.’
    • ‘The brilliant young pianist was in the city to give a solo concert under the auspices of the Russian Cultural Centre.’
    • ‘But this should only be done under the auspices of the United Nations.’
    • ‘Our board of directors agreed, given that this is done under the auspices of the British National Theatre.’
    • ‘However, this body is not independent, because it is under the auspices of the Ministry of Transport.’
    • ‘New national standards will also be introduced and they will come under the auspices of a new government-funded trust.’
    • ‘These courts are not separate courts - they are still under the auspices of the Supreme Court.’
    • ‘The recent Indian fashion shows in Paris have been held under the auspices of the Indian Embassy there.’
    • ‘The congress is being held under the auspices of the President of Bulgaria.’
    • ‘The globalisation process in Europe has taken place under the auspices of the European Union.’
    • ‘The past year has seen a number of initiatives completed under the auspices of the community council.’
    • ‘This was usually done under the auspices of local youth committees.’
    • ‘Many private gardens are open during the summer under the auspices of Scotland's Gardens Scheme.’
    • ‘This is happening on their watch, under their auspices.’
    • ‘The truth is that the war was undertaken under UN auspices.’
    patronage, aegis, umbrella, protection, guidance, support, backing, guardianship, trusteeship, sponsorship, supervision, influence, control, charge, responsibility, keeping, care