Solidarhumanity, a project within the framework of
In a world that is becoming isolationist and self-withdrawn, and of countries that close their access, hoping to stem migrational flows, Solidarhumanity wishes to open roads, to throw bridges and contribute to the fluidity of exchanges and to understanding.
The UNESCO constitutional mandate of affirms that “a peace based exclusively upon the political and economic agreements of governments would not win the unanimous, lasting and sincere support of the peoples of the world, and that the peace must therefore be founded, if it is not to fail, upon the intellectual and moral solidarity of mankind“.
Again according to UNESCO, independent actions, through education, the arts, initiatives and projects to give people the tools necessary to exchange, communicate and cooperate across cultural, religious and national boundaries are necessary for human beings to become global citizens in a safer world for all.
UNESCO has thus declared the 2013-2022 period “International Decade for the Rapprochement of Cultures” and has set up a specific Action Plan. Several countries are taking part, as well as international organizations and NGOs. The Solidarhumanity project is a concrete initiative that fits perfectly in the objectives of the Decade. Discover how in the excerpts of the Action Plan available below. Solidarhumanity is inspired from the strategy proposed by the International Decade on the Rapprochement of Cultures. It refers to axes 1 and 2 of the youth thematic. We are working on involving the Network of UNESCO Associated Schools in the project.
The BICE (International Catholic Child Bureau) and the UNESCO Chair “Democratic Citizenship and Cultural Freedom” of the University of La Rioja (Spanish), Spain, sponsor us.
We are currently working on the support of the OIC (Organisation of Islamic Conference) and of ISESCO.
Excerpts from the Action Plan – 4 pages.
Resolution 67/104 of the UN General Assembly dated 17/dec/12 on the promotion of interreligious and intercultural dialogue, understanding and cooperation for peace – 4 pages