What Is An Establishment Agreement

KaiCIID`s founding agreement is a multilateral agreement adopted in 2012 by the founding states of KAICIID (Republic of Austria, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Kingdom of Spain). The agreement defines the Centre`s mission, which is above all to promote inter-religious and intercultural dialogue in order to promote respect, understanding and cooperation between people, to promote justice, peace and reconciliation, and to combat abuses of religion to justify oppression, violence and conflict. The agreement also establishes the Centre`s governing bodies – the Council of Contracting Parties, the Board of Directors, the Advisory Board and the Secretariat – and defines their respective roles and responsibilities in carrying out the Centre`s mandate. Other important issues discussed in the agreement include the funding of the Centre, the status of observers, the responsibility of Member States, a dispute settlement mechanism and the duration of the agreement. NOTE the assistance of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the Republic of Austria and the Kingdom of Spain in preparing for the establishment of the Centre and their long-term commitment to support the Centre; and, for example, the bill does not provide for a revision of an operating agreement to avoid such conflicts. TO THE RESEARCH to combat all forms of discrimination and stereotypes based on religion or belief; The email address cannot be subscribed. Please, do it again. Any dispute between the Centre and any of the parties to this agreement or between the contracting parties under this agreement is resolved through negotiations or other agreed means of resolution. DEPENSERS TO promote their common goals by establishing the King Abdullah International Centre for Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue (`the Centre`) on the basis of a multilateral agreement open to other states and international organizations as parties or observers; THE MOT for the initiative of King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, custodian of the two Holy Mosques, to promote mutual understanding and global harmony; NOTE OF the objectives of the UN Charter as well as existing efforts and initiatives for inter-religious dialogue and intercultural understanding, and the declaration on this subject of the Madrid World Conference on Dialogue of 18 July 2008 and the declaration of the UN General Assembly High Level Meeting on the Promotion of Intercultural and Interfaith Dialogue , understanding and cooperation for peace on 13 November 2008; REAFFIRMING the objectives and principles set out in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, in particular the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; BEFORE the principles and values of human life and human dignity, human rights and fundamental freedoms for all, regardless of race, sex, language or religion; Fundamental Values 2.4 Essential Values (a) Officials respect and respect the principles of the Founding Agreement and the Charter of the United Nations, including belief in fundamental human rights, the dignity and value of the human person, and equality between men and women.