Aims and objectives

General principles:

  1. to work together to prevent the practice of religious sentiments in igniting ethnic conflicts; extremism, spiritual ignorance and xenophobia.
  2. strengthening international peace and interfaith dialogue.
  3. achieving the goals of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 10 December 1948 inter alia articles 2 and 18.
  4. developing practical methods of working together with the population.
  5. strengthening good, neighborly relations and partnership between religions.
  6. establishment of traditional ethic values as well as the ideals of unity and peace in the community.
  7. developing methods for effective resolution of existing conflicts that arise from ethnic and denominational antagonism.
  8. developing fruitful cooperation with state and public institutions, state authorities, public and religious institutions and the youth.
  9. preservation the world historic, creative heritage.
  10. developing humanitarian projects.
  11. uniting the spiritual leaders and representatives of world religions for mutual cooperation at the global level and establishment of the principles of fairness, tolerance, peace and respect in society.
  12. striving to develop and nurture the culture of peace and mutual understanding between religions.
  13. providing the platform for intergovernmental interaction and for conflict resolution beyond the traditional diplomacy.
  14. taking all appropriate measures to protect and preserve rare or fragile ecosystems and depleted, threatened and endangered flora and fauna.
  15. undertaking appropriate measures to prevent, reduce and control pollution in accordance with the Declaration of the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment of 16 June 1972.