martes, 17 de octubre de 2017

FUNDACIÓN ACCIÓN SOCIAL INTERNACIONAL

FUNDACIÓN ACCIÓN SOCIAL INTERNACIONAL





FASI Y LAS NACIONES UNIDAS


















Registro de Matrícula de Personería Jurídica N° 1907

Registro de Reconocimiento ante la ONU Nº 972

Registro de Reconocimiento Internacional QR/51

Registro de Fundacion Ambientalista Exped. N° 10793/09 Dispos. N° 322/09

Matrícula de Requirentes de Extranjeros N° (En trámite).
Registro Naciones Unidas/ECOSOC N° 972
CUIT: 30-71083504-3
Ing. Brutos (LP): 218502/2
IVA Responsable Exento
Impuesto a las Ganancias Exento
Sede central: República Argentina
Sede Real y Fiscal: Pasaje Vernet 910. General Pico, La Pampa (L6360OFA)
Sede en Buenos Aires : Sarmiento 1967 Piso 4 of 28 , CABA TEL : 011 5256 6680
Sede legal: Av. Corrientes 3169 6º Of. 61 Capital Federal (1177)

info@estudionacevich.com.ar
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Dirección de Correo electrónico de FASI:

fasi@live.com.ar
Teléfono/FAX: 0054-02302-435667.
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Direcciónes de sitio Web:
http://www.fasi.org.ar
http://www.fasi.mex.tl/
http://www.fasiong.blogspot.com/
http://accionsocinternacional.spaces.live.com/
http://www.facebook.com/reqs.php#!/fasiong
English version: http://www.facebook.com/#!/group.php?gid=44273462501
Catalán: http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/FUNDACIO-ACCIO-SOCIAL/199447483857?ref=ts
ARABIC version: http://www.facebook.com/pages/mwss-lml-ljtmy/165372538953?ref=sgm
FRENCH version: http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?v=info&ref=profile&id=688530829#!/pages/FONDATION-D-ACTION-SOCIALE/166997632430?ref=sgm
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Protagonistas del Cambio

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Descendientes de Mallorquines

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Patricios porteños

http://www.facebook.com/groups.php?id=688530829#!/group.php?gid=43338788379
Colonias Activo (CHILE)

http://www.facebook.com/groups.php?id=688530829#!/group.php?gid=173602806444

OBJETIVOS FUNDACIONALES


La Fundación Acción Social Internacional es una Fundación creada el 14 de diciembre de 2008. Organizada como Confederación, tiene por objeto realizar actividades culturales, educativas, seminarios, congresos, coordinar el abordaje con las instituciones oficiales correspondientes en las siguientes áreas: a) La Acción Social, b) Los Derechos Humanos, c) Los Derechos Universales del Niño y los derechos de la mujer, d) La Tercera edad, e) El Medio Ambiente, f) La Paz, g) La educación, cultura, ciencia y tecnología, h) La integración social, i) La salud, j) La reivindicación y conmemoración de los hechos históricos nacionales e internacionales mediante la participación en actos oficiales y creación y/o mantenimiento de estatuas o monumentos, k) El rescate, conservación y recopilación de documentos para la creación de un archivo y biblioteca de la Fundación Acción Social, l) Formación de una estructura nacional federal, mediante acuerdos marco o fusiones con otras Instituciones para que de esta forma pueda ser integrada a una red global mundial, para la difusión y propósitos aquí expresados, m) Las Relaciones Internacionales estableciendo actividades permanentes a desarrollar mediante programas, seminarios, charlas, conferencias y/o debates de temas de diversa índole, n) Pueblos originarios aborígenes, ñ) La seguridad, o) La creación de la Universidad Internacional “11 de Septiembre” dedicada a las Ciencias Humanas y Sociales.

NUESTROS PRINCIPIOS



La Fundación Acción Social Internacional se compromete a contribuir a la edificación de una sociedad fundada en la verdad y en la libertad, en el respeto de la vida y de la dignidad humana, en la justicia y en la solidaridad social. Para ello es fundamental educar a los jóvenes con el sentido de solidaridad y voluntariado como es el lema de la Fundación. Ellos son la base de nuestra futura sociedad en los que debemos hacerlos participar solidaria y activamente no sólo como participes sino como protagonistas de la transformación social que ellos pueden llevar a cabo.
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Directorio:
Presidente: Dra. Stella Maris RODRÍGUEZ BUSTRIAZO.-
Vice –Presidente: Dr. Mohamed Ben Sadok Ajili BARHOUMI.-
Secretaria:Lic Noelia Amalia SERRALTA.-
Vocales: Lic. Abel Horacio OGORMAN.-
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Dirección de Relaciones Institucionales y Ceremonial: Dr. Miguel Serralta.-
Presidente Internacional
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Dirección de Coordinación de Asuntos Jurídicos: Dr. Nicolás Taboada.-
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Abogado de la Fundación: Dr. Miguel Nacevich Turk.-
Av. Corrientes 3169 6º Of. 61 Cap. Fed. Ar. (1177)

54-11-48670214

http://www.estudio-nacevich.com.ar/

info@estudionacevich.com.ar

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COMISIONES:

PRESIDENTE DE COMISIÓN DE ACCIÓN SOCIAL: Lic.Pilar NAVUN.-

VICE-PRESIDENTE: Lic . Ligia Julieta Andrade Delgado.
-SECRETARIO: Dr. Héctor Anabalón Zurita.-
VOCAL : Silvia Chiotti.-
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PRESIDENTE DE COMISIÓN DE RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES:

S.E. Sr. Embajador Eduardo CUNEO DE OSORIO.-
VICE-PRESIDENTE: Dr. Mohamed Ben Sadok Ajili BARHOUMI.-
SECRETARIO: Lic. Nadejda Chelepenko.-
VOCALES: Lic.
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PRESIDENTE DE COMISIÓN DE LA MUJER: Lic . Pilar NAVUN.-

VICE-PRESIDENTE: Lic.Olga Rosa FAZZARI.-
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PRESIDENTE COMISIÓN DE DERECHO INTERNACIONAL PÚBLICO:
Dr. Miguel Alejandro Nacevich Turk.- (Abogado de la Fundación)

VICE-PRESIDENTE:
SECRETARIO:
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PRESIDENTE DE COMISIÓN DE EDUCACION, CULTURA, CIENCIA Y TECNOLOGIA:
Dr. Ricardo RamonVitiritti .-
VICE-PRESIDENTE: Lic Pilar NAVUN.-
SECRETARIO:
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PRESIDENTE DE COMISIÓN DE SALUD: Dra. Valentina GREBNEVA.-
VICE-PRESIDENTE:Dra. Felisa Nora Scheinkman.-
SECRETARIO:
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PRESIDENTE DE COMISIÓN DE DERECHOS HUMANOS: Dr.
VICE-PRESIDENTE:
SECRETARIO:
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PRESIDENTE COMISIÓN DE LOS DERECHOS DEL NIÑO:
VICE-PRESIDENTE:
SECRETARIO: Silvia Chiotti
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PRESIDENTE DE COMISIÓN DE MEDIO AMBIENTE:
VICE-PRESIDENTE: Lic.Oscar Alfredo Rueda AVELLANEDA.-
SECRETARIO:
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PRESIDENTE COMISIÓN DE DESCENDIENTES DE NOBLES DEL VIRREINATO DEL RÍO DE LA PLATA:Dr. Miguel SERRALTA.-
VICE-PRESIDENTE:
SECRETARIO:
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PRESIDENTE COMISIÓN DE PATRICIOS ARGENTINOS:
VICE-PRESIDENTE:
SECRETARIO:
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PRESIDENTE DE COMISIÓN DE DESCENDIENTES DE ORIGEN MALLORQUÍN:
Dr. Miguel SERRALTA.-
VICE-PRESIDENTE:
SECRETARIO:
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PRESIDENTE DE COMISIÓN DEL ABORIGEN: Lic. Horacio OGORMAN.-
VICE-PRESIDENTE:
SECRETARIO:
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PRESIDENTE DE COMISIÓN DE TURISMO:
VICE-PRESIDENTE:
SECRETARIO:

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PRESIDENTE DE COMISIÓN DE SEGURIDAD MEDIO AMBIENTE Y PAZ : DR.CHAWKI EL-MASRI.-


VICE-PRESIDENTE: S.E Embajador Vincent Daussy.-


SECRETARIO:

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PRESIDENTE DE COMISIÓN DE LIDERES JOVENES INTERNACIONALES:

VICE-PRESIDENTE:

SECRETARIO:

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PRESIDENTE DE COMISION DE DEPORTE :

VICE-PRESIDENTE: Lic IAROSLAV CHELEPENKO.-

SECRETARIA:


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MIEMBROS HONORARIOS




Jefes de Estado o de Gobierno, diplomáticos, miembros de gobiernos nacionales y extranjeros, Presidentes de Organizaciones Internacionales y personalidades nacionales o extranjeras que sean invitados.
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CONSEJEROS



Miembros a cargo del control administrativo de la FASI, profesional, académico y docente que participen en las comisiones y actividades de la Fundación.

Catedráticos:

Académicos que expongan en seminarios, cursos y ponencias que organice la institución.

Adherentes:

Todas aquellas personas que demuestren su interés y apoyo a nuestra institución cuya incorporación ha sido aprobada por el directorio.

Institucionales:
Instituciones o empresas públicas o privadas que demuestran su interés en nuestros proyectos apoyando a la FASI.



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NUESTROS EMBAJADORES Y REPRESENTANTES AL EXTERIOR



1-Chile: S.E. Embajador Lic. Héctor Armando Anabalón Zurita.-

2-Colombia: S.E. Embajador Dr. Hernán Alejandro Olano García.-

3-Perú: S.E. Embajador Lic. Aldo Palomino.-

4-Bolivia: S.E. Embajador Dr. Freddy González Flores.-

5-Uruguay: S.E. lic. Elisa PEISINO.-

6- Francia: S.E. Embajador Dr. Vincent Daussy.-

7- Francia: S.E. Embajadora adjunta Lic. Jocelyne Borowicz-

8-Estados Unidos USA: S.E. Embajador Dr. Michael R. Bradle.-

9-Turquía: S.E. Embajador Dr. Kemal Yildirim.-

10-Bulgaria: S.E. Embajador Dr. Kemal Vildrimi.-

11-Italia: EL lord Senador Monseñor VIKTOR Busa – Presidente Internacional de Honor.-


13-Rusia: S.E. Embajadora Dra. Elina Korshunova.-

Rusia: S.E. Embajador adjunto Dr. Vladimir Ivanov.-

14-Vanuatu: S.E. Embajador Dr. Tony Naliupis.-

15-SRI Lanka: S.E.

16-India: S.E. Embajador Dr. Madhu Krishan.-

17-Nigeria: S.E. Embajador Dr. Ahmed Musa Alhaji.-

18-Paraguay: S.E. Embajador Dr. Inocencio Montiel Cabrera.-

19. los Emiratos Árabes Unidos: S.E. Embajador Dr. Haiman Hammad Hassan El Nahal.-

20- LA Republica de COLOMBIA : S.E. Embajadora Lic. MARISEL CÓRDOBA ROBLEDO

21- La Republica de TUNEZ : S.E. Embajadora Lic NAHLA KAMMOUN

22- EL ESTADO PLURINACIONAL DE BOLIVIA : S.E Embajadora Lic MARISEL CÓRDOBA ROBLEDO






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ACTIVIDADES:

Campaña No al Tabaco

Campaña Basura Cero Bahía Blanca

Promoción Internacional de la

Marcha Mundial por la Paz y la No-violencia

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NUESTRA CONTRIBUCIÓN A LA SOCIEDAD:


Biblioteca Internacional “Prof. RICARDO J. SERRALTA”

Archivo Histórico

Universidad Internacional “11 de Septiembre”
Liceo Diplomatico Internacional

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VINCULOS CON OTRAS INSTITUCIONES:


Parlamento Mundial de los Estados

Museo General Belgrano

Basura Cero Bahía Blanca

Orden Civil Heráldica de la Amistad
Academy Of Universal Global Peace- AUGP
Fundacion Museo BANCO NACION ARGENTINA
Sociedad AMBIENTAL
Fundacion Ciuadadano del Mundo
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AUTORIDADES DE LA

FUNDACIÓN ACCIÓN SOCIAL INTERNACIONAL




Presidente de la Fundacion Dña Stella Maris RODRÍGUEZ BUSTRIAZO







El Presidente Internacional de la

FUNDACIÓN ACCIÓN SOCIAL INTERNACIONAL

Dr. Miguel Serralta



F.A.S.I. en la página de Naciones Unidas/ECOSOC



Por medio de la presente publicación informamos que recientemente hemos sido registrados en la página de Naciones Unidas/ECOSOC con el número 972. A continuación transcribimos la presentación de la página y el link donde pueden ver nuestro perfil en la misma:


All Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) with a registered profile in this database should be able to login and manage the information about their organization.


Registered organizations can share their profile with more than 13,000 CSOs, specify their areas of activities, the scope of their work and their involvement in development issues, including sustainable development, social development and advancement of women.

Organizations with a registered profile can also apply for consultative status with the Economic and Social Council. If granted, the organization shall be able to participate in relevant international conferences convened by the United Nations and the meetings of the preparatory bodies of the said conferences.


Those organizations that are already in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council can submit their quadrennial reports, designate representatives to United Nations conferences and initiate a re-classification.

http://esango.un.org/civilsociety/simpleSearch.do?method=search&searchTypeRedef=simpleSearch&sessionCheck=false&searchType=simpleSearch&organizationNamee=Fundacion+Accion+Social+Internacional







El Vice-Presidente de la Fundacion y Vice-Presidente de Comicion de Relaciones Internacionales


Dr. Mohamed Ben Sadok Ajili BARHOUMI





Presidente de la Comision de Relaciones Internacionales Dr. Eduardo Cuneo de Osorio Embajador Jefe de la Mision Parlamentaria para America del Sur








El PRESIDENTE de la COMISIÓN DE DERECHO INTERNACIONAL PÚBLICO: Dr. Miguel Nacevich Turk Abogado de la Fundacion








Vice Presedente de la Comision de Salud

Dra..Felisa Nora Scheinkman





LA Presidente de la Comisión de Mujeres de la Fundacion

Dra. Pilar NAVUM






La Vice-Presidente de la Comision Accion Social de la Fudacion
Lic : Julieta ANDRADE delgado.-




El Presidente de la Comision de Cultura de la Fundacion


Dueño del Museo General Belgrano y Senador del Parlamento Mundial de Los Estados Dr. Ricardo Ramón Vitiritti.-



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EL PENSAMIENTO DEL PRESIDENTE INTERNACIONAL DE FASI
SOBRE LA POBREZA









La pobreza conduce al socialismo/comunismo cuando los ricos no son solidariamente responsables de la distribución de la riqueza। Esto conduce a que se instalen regímenes populistas que restringen ampliamente las libertades y por ende la democrácia. Por eso debemos combatir la pobreza y la indigencia con responsabilidad social, siendo protagonistas de la lucha contra la miseria, contribuyendo a mejorar la calidad de vida participando en organizaciones y entidades civiles. Juntos podemos lograr mejores condiciones para todos y de esta forma se espantará al gigante amenazante del socialismo/comunismo logrando vivir en Paz y con armonía entre los pueblos.




Miguel Serralta.-
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Fh0gFaDQvg
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LOOfXTkk_E8
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_ixjtIXg_k
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQ3u3sk2uGQ




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CAMPAÑA NO AL INSULTO


La Fundación Acción Social Internacional apoya la Campaña “No al insulto” en el marco de que no haya insultos en el deporte. Por este medio queremos difundir la página Web para que se haga eco toda la sociedad deportiva. Agradecemos al Sr. Ángel Andrés Jiménez Bonillo por respondernos nuestra consulta y ponemos en conocimiento que él es el ideólogo de la iniciativa DEPORTESININSULTOS.COM: Por un deporte respetuoso.





http://www.deportesininsultos.com/web/
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TRATA DE PERSONAS






Trata y tráfico de personas / ACNUR



La trata y el tráfico de personas son delitos que se han incrementado en forma alarmante en los últimos años, debido a las difíciles condiciones de vida en los países menos desarrollados, al endurecimiento de las políticas migratorias en los países industrializados y al hecho de que por mucho tiempo estos fenómenos no fueron considerados como un problema estructural sino como una serie de episodios aislados.



La respuesta mundial frente al crecimiento de esta forma de criminalidad fue la Convención contra la delincuencia organizada transnacional firmada en Palermo en el 2000 y los dos protocolos del mismo año: Protocolo contra el tráfico ilícito de migrantes por tierra, mar y aire y Protocolo para prevenir, reprimir y sancionar la trata de personas, especialmente mujeres y niños.



Los términos "trata de seres humanos" y "tráfico de migrantes" han sido usados como sinónimos pero se refieren a conceptos diferentes. El objetivo de la trata es la explotación de la persona, en cambio el fin del tráfico es la entrada ilegal de migrantes. En el caso de la trata no es indispensable que las víctimas crucen las fronteras para que se configure el hecho delictivo, mientras que éste es un elemento necesario para la comisión del tráfico.



¿Qué es la trata de personas?



La trata consiste en utilizar, en provecho propio y de un modo abusivo, las cualidades de una persona.



Para que la explotación se haga efectiva los tratantes deben recurrir a la captación, el transporte, el traslado, la acogida o la recepción de personas.



Los medios para llevar a cabo estas acciones son la amenaza o el uso de la fuerza u otras formas de coacción, el rapto, fraude, engaño, abuso de poder o de una situación de vulnerabilidad.



Además se considera trata de personas la concesión o recepción de pagos o beneficios para obtener el consentimiento de una persona que tenga autoridad sobre otra, con fines de explotación.



La explotación incluirá, como mínimo, la explotación de la prostitución ajena u otras formas de explotación sexual, los trabajos o servicios forzados, la esclavitud o las prácticas análogas, la servidumbre o la extracción de órganos.



¿Qué es el tráfico de migrantes?



El tráfico ha sido definido como la facilitación de la entrada ilegal de una persona en un Estado del cual dicha persona no sea nacional o residente permanente con el fin de obtener, directa o indirectamente, un beneficio financiero u otro beneficio de orden material.



Las víctimas de trata y las personas objeto de tráfico, sean o no solicitantes de asilo, que se ven obligadas a ponerse a merced de las redes criminales internacionales, se encuentran en una situación de gran vulnerabilidad y expuestas a todo tipo de vejámenes y maltratos.

¿Por qué al ACNUR le preocupa la trata y el tráfico de personas?



Para el ACNUR es muy importante que se tenga en cuenta que entre las víctimas de trata y las personas objeto de tráfico, hay personas que pueden ser solicitantes de asilo, a quienes se les debe brindar la debida protección internacional y respetar el principio de no-devolución.

El ACNUR, en su Agenda para la Protección, un programa destinado a mejorar el marco de protección de los refugiados y solicitantes de asilo en todo el mundo, recomienda a los Estados que consideren la posibilidad de adherirse a la Convención de Palermo y a sus Protocolos, asi como asegurarse que sus propios procedimientos para conceder el asilo permitan recibir denuncias de personas objeto de trata, especialmente mujeres y niños, cuya solicitud de asilo se base en razones fundadas. Igualmente, los Estados deben implementar sanciones para aquellos que intervienen en el tráfico y la trata de personas.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ai_MaSKtCwg
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LW7iUN29wHc



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NIÑOS SOLDADOS Víctimas y victimarios al mismo tiempo



Miles de niñas y niños en todo el mundo son involucrados en guerras y enfrentamientos armados. Son niñas y niños de América latina, Africa, Asia, y también de Europa, pero la mayoría de las niñas y niños soldados se encuentra en Africa. Según cálculos de las Naciones Unidas en este continente hay más de cien mil niñas y niños afectados, sobretodo en Uganda, Liberia, República democrática de Congo y Sudán. Kindernothilfe es integrante de la Alianza"Coordinación Alemana contra el Reclutamiento Forzado de Niñas y Niños Soldados" y se compromete contra este delito. Además apoya proyectos de rehabilitación y reintegración de ex niñas y niños soldados.





La mayoría de las niñas, niños y jóvenes que actualmente participan en aproximadamente 20 conflictos armados en todo el mundo, no luchan dentro de ejércitos oficiales, sino bajo el mando de otros grupos armados. La mayoría de ellos son forzados a luchar con armas, otros se enrolan „voluntariamente" porque no ven otra alternativa para subsistir que no sea participar en la guerra. Las razones para este „voluntariado" son la carencia de perspectivas para encontrar un trabajo o para educarse, o simplemente el deseo de salir del entorno violento dentro de la propia casa. La venganza juega también un rol importante, cuando, por ejemplo algunos miembros de la familia han sido muertos durante un conflicto armado.





ABUSO SEXUAL



La vida de las niñas y niños soldados es sumamente dura y peligrosa: son utilizados como mensajeros, cargadores y espías. Son obligados a colocar explosivos y aprenden a usar pistolas y armas automáticas. Las niñas muchas veces son forzadas a satisfacer las necesidades sexuales de los soldados en los campos militares. Las niñas y niños soldados no sólamente son víctimas en contextos de conflictos armados, también se les transforma en victimarias y victimarios. Durante su formación militar, para „endurecerlos", muchas veces son obligados bajo amenaza de muerte a asesinar a amigos y miembros de su propia familia. Otra razón del reclutamiento forzado de niñas y niños, es porque son más dóciles que los adultos y se pueden instruir mejor para matar. Todo esto ocurre muchas veces bajo la influencia de las drogas y el alcohol. Las niñas y niños que sobreviven durante toda una vida tienen que luchar con las consecuencias de estas crueldades físicas y síquicas.






Derecho y realidad



„Los Estados Partes adoptarán todas las medidas posibles para asegurar la protección y el cuidado de las niñas y niños afectados por un conflicto armado", dice el Artículo 38 de la Convención de Derechos del Niño UN-Kinderrechtskonvention, que fue aprobada el 20 de Noviembre de 1989 por la Asamblea General de las Naciones Unidas. Casi todos los Estados del mundo han ratificado esta Convención y se han obligado de esta manera a cumplir sus estamentos. Este tratado se completó el 25 de Mayo de 2000 por la Asamblea General de las Naciones Unidas, con el llamado Protocolo Facultativo. Este entró en vigencia el 12 de Febrero de 2002 y prohibe a gobiernos y grupos armados reclutar niñas, niños y jóvenes menores de 18 años y utilizarles en conflictos bélicos. No obstante, es posible que los ejércitos regulares de los diferentes Estados puedan enrolar jóvenes ya con 16 años como voluntarios. Hasta ahora más de cien Estados han ratificado el protocolo facultativo. No obstante, se siguen utilizando niñas y niños soldados en Colombia, Ruanda, Uganda, Afghanistan, Filipinas y Sri Lanka.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gM4eBK21Vbk


El 12 de Febrero de 2002, día de la puesta en vigencia del Protocolo Facultativo de la Convención de Derechos del Niño de las Naciones Unidas, es recordado mundialmente como el Día Internacional contra el reclutamiento forzado de niñas y niños soldados, también conocido como Red Hand Day. La mano roja simboliza: ¡Pare! Se prohibe terminantemente que niñas, niños y jóvenes menores de 18 años sigan siendo reclutados y utilizados en conflictos armados. La mano roja es el símbolo de una campaña mundial "Coalición contra el reclutamiento forzado de niñas y niños soldados" „Coalition to Stop the Use of Child Soldiers", que también es usado por la Alianza Alemana contra el reclutamiento forzado de niñas y niños soldados" - „Deutsche Koordination Kindersoldaten".





Con un sinnúmero de acciones y actividades, las organizaciones no gubernamentales utilizan este día sobretodo para llamar la atención frente a la situación de las niñas y niños soldados, y reivindicar las siguientes exigencias frente a los gobiernos y el Consejo de Seguridad de las Naciones Unidas:



•Asegurar frente al Consejo de Seguridad de las Naciones Unidas que el Protocolo Facultativo sea cumplido en su totalidad;



•Que aquellos que reclutan niñas y niños como soldados sean perseguidos y castigados por una Corte Penal Internacional;



•Que los gobiernos fomenten el diálogo entre las partes en conflicto;



•Que los acuerdos de paz contemplen medidas para la liberación y la reintegración de niñas y niños soldados en sus ciudades;



•El desenrolamiento inmediato de niñas y niños soldados;



•Apoyo adecuado a las niñas y niños afectados para aliviar su sufrimiento y fomentar su reintegración social;



•Que los gobiernos pongan más dinero a disposición de iniciativas en el marco de la cooperación para el desarrollo destinado específicamente a la reintegración de ex niñas y niños soldados.



La voluntad política de los Estados juega un rol decisivo para lograr estos objetivos, pero también la presión de parte de las organizaciones no gubernamentales. La coalición internacional para la prohibición de la utilización de niñas y niños en conflictos armados no cesará de denunciar el abuso de niñas, niños y jóvenes como soldados, seguirá comprometiéndose para su desenrolamiento y reivindicando ayuda para su rehabilitación y reintegración en la sociedad.
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IPSP / INTERNATIONAL CHARTER FOR THE PROTECTION OF HUMAN LIFE






The Parlamento Mondiale per la Sicurezza e la Pace - International


Parliament for Safety and Peace - promulgates the Charter on the Protection of Human Life, as follows:

Article 1 - Note that in today's times, always with more and greater ferocity not using any respect for public health and the life of men; the International Parliament for Safety and Peace, grasping the' Universal Declaration of Human Rights ',

adopted among others by the United Nations December 10, 1948,

guarantees, for all states in the world, stands up to defend by every means available the human life, much of which is depreciated and destroyed in recent times.

Article 2 – The International Parliament condemns any political persecution, religious and racial hatred, which may occur within countries.

Article 3 - No citizen of a country may be arbitrarily arrested, imprisoned or exiled, or subjected to measures of discrimination or other physical or moral coercion as well as restrictions of any kind.

Article 4 - No citizen of a country may be subjected to torture or to cruel, bestial and degrading treatment.

Article 5 - No citizen of a country, even if found guilty of a crime, could be sentenced to death, because the State, in condemning a crime, cannot commit another crime by applying the death penalty.

Article 6 - All citizens of a country have the right to freedom of thought, speech and consciousness. This right includes the freedom to profess publicly and privately, in any form and medium, their religion, their political ideology, their opinions, beliefs, without persecution, threats, arrests, detentions or even exile, torture or death, for this.

Article 7 - The International Parliament also condemns racism as an¡ aberration carrying incivility and pathological persecution mania.

Article 8 - The International Parliament calls on Member States of the world to abolish so-called "military police" used against their citizens, as well as a "secret police" that stifles freedom.

Article 9 – The International Parliament shall appoint International High Commissioners with the 'intent to prevent and eliminate all forms of constitutional illegalities that may occur in those nations with tyranny, dictatorship, absolutism and pseudo-democracies.

Article 10 - The International Parliament of the unified countries denounces those states that implement police torture and cruel imprisonment, and who use "show trials” which usually result in death sentences.

Article 11 - Countries, which are publicly indicted by the International Parliament, will be proposed for 'expulsion from the United Nations

Organization.

Article 12 - Furthermore, those who have been indicted will be subject to severe economic sanctions, as well as a total political, social and cultural isolation and a boycott of tourism.

Article 13 - The International Parliament rejects and condemns any kind of war and urban warfare and also, given the phenomena of organized crime which is protected, among other, by mainly personal and political interests that do not benefit the national community.

Article 14 - The International Parliament has the power to intervene in those nations that are guilty of the most horrific crimes and the destruction of free and honest citizens, in order to restore order, justice and legality.

Article 15 – The International Parliament does not recognize any formality of "interference in internal affairs of a State" when that State is prosecuted before the world because of atrocities, persecution, torture, wars and other abominable abuses that may result from political/judicial institutions and the authorities in charge of police and even the army in her form as military police.

Article 16 - The International Parliament intends to establish a fund for international aid for the persecuted, for prisoners and torture invalids.

Article 17 – The International Parliament has the right to monitor all nations, in terms of international legal order to prevent and suppress any forms of abuse of power that raise from time to time, which can become a license to torture and persecution, arrest and imprisonment, exile and death penalty. In this sense, the International Parliament is an informer of the nations in such situations, placing itself in direct contact with the respective governments, through the Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Interior, Justice and Armed Forces.

Article 18 - The International Parliament rejects and condemns nuclear tests and nuclear weapons in general, as well as chemical and biological weapons, which are all signs of incivility and social and political decline.

Article 19 - The International Parliament proposes that the United Nations implement serious economic sanctions to those who employ nuclear weapons as a means of last resort in war, or who make them explode on the surface, sea and underground.

Article 20 - If a state were to continue their nuclear tests after economic sanctions have been implemented, it should be presented to and expelled by the United Nations.

Article 21 - All citizens of nations that are in severe condition of being persecuted, tortured, detained, sentenced to death and exiled, are obligated to refer to the International Parliament for Safety and Peace in their defense against lawlessness, violence, hatred and tyranny.

POR S.E. Embajador Dr. HAISSAM BOU-SAID
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EMBAJADORES DE LA FUNDACION EN EL EXTERIOR




S.E. Embajador ante la Republica de Turquia
Dr. Kemal Yildirim


Turkey and The Balkans region social action international chapter
I also believe that the first and most fundamental principle of social action is that social change is in fact possible. Lois Brandeis has said that: "Most of the things worth doing in the world had been declared impossible before they were done


First , The world today is in the midst of a planetary crisis. This is a historical transition from one stage of social evolution to the next, in which fundamental change is needed in all areas of society. The current crisis is related to a dissociation between what I call ground qualities (natural living, participant consciousness, community, and equality) and emergent qualities of (technology, reflexive consciousness, and social structure); the emergent qualities have suppressed the ground qualities. To move to the next stage of social evolution, we need to reclaim the ground qualities and integrate them with the emergent qualities.


In this crisis, it is not in the interests of the current ruling class to maintain the status quo, even though many of them may think so. It is everyone’s interests to transform society and resolve the crisis. Otherwise the consequences will be severe for almost everyone (though of course, not the same for all). Therefore we don’t have to fight them but just help them to see their own best interest.



Since fundamental change is needed, social change activities must go far beyond traditional political activism.



A spectrum of social change activities are needed, including confrontation of destructive policies, personal growth, public education, community organizing, reform, creating alternative institutions and technologies, and much more. It is important to appreciate what others are doing even if it is very different from what you believe is most important.



While it is valuable to fight against the worst abuses of our current society, social transformation requires that we be proactive in creating bits and pieces of the new society, in our personal, activist, and professional lives.

Cooperation, dialogue, and participation from everyone are probably the most effective means of achieving social transformation in today’s world. Therefore creating social structures that involve these is an important social change activity.



Small, personal changes can contribute to large-scale social transformation. On the other hand, some social change work (whether personal or large scale) only ameliorates current suffering and does not help to make fundamental change. It is important to distinguish work that really leads toward social transformation, even if in small ways, so we can put our priorities there.



It is not enough to convince other people of the need for social transformation. Even with the right values and priorities, we don’t yet know enough to create a healthy society in a world of 6 billion people. Despite all we do know about what is needed, we must also continue to experiment with creating healthy alternatives that truly work.



One way to foster social transformation is to create healthy alternatives to the current society—in consciousness, social structures, or technology. These should be tried out with other social change agents and continually improved in actual application in our lives. Then they can be promoted to others. They should especially be made available for people to use or participate in when they are having difficulties and need solutions. That is when most people are open to new ways of doing things.



Particularly when a personal or societal crisis happens, we should be ready to offer these alternatives as a solution to the crisis or its personal ramifications. The alternatives will be more effective than status quo solutions, and people are more likely to embrace them in their time of need.



A social movement that is spiritually based has the best chance of being effective and successful. By this I mean one that is informed by love, inclusiveness, compassion, interconnectedness, humility, and deeper meaning.



To build a healthy society we need change at both the personal and societal levels. Without personal growth, we won’t have enough citizens who have the consciousness required to co-create a healthy society. However, some of our social structures, especially our current global corporate economy, are not only destructive to our society but also tend to constrain our consciousness and drive it into certain narrow ways. Therefore we need to work for change at all levels simultaneously.



When confronted with people or institutions that are contributing to the destructive activities of our current society, it is helpful to look for ways to engage them synergistically rather than trying to fight them. We can try to understand the world from their point of view rather than dismissing them as bad; it helps if we recognize the part of us that is like them, in thought or feeling if not action. We can look for ways to work with them on projects that they perceive as in their interests but also promote social transformation. With some creativity, these are not as hard to find as you might think. We can find ways to dialogue with them that may open them up to seeing more of what is really going on in society, and may also open us up to seeing something new as well. Perhaps we can find a way to see them as opportunities or resources rather than problems.



It isn’t helpful to worry about what chance we have to turn things around before it is too late to avoid environmental or other destruction. Rather than an attitude of optimism (which might be unfounded and naïve) or one of pessimism (which destroys good energy), it is more useful to have an attitude of hope, where we envision the society we want to build and work for that.



Too many progressive organizations have been rendered less than effective by internal power struggles, unresolved personal conflicts, and poor understanding of organizational process. We must take the time and energy to pay attention to our process and work through problems.



Second, any social action must first start with our selves. I often hear from Armenians that, if only the government would change, things would improve. However, the recognition that social change must start with our selves is both liberating and empowering. In contrast, to place the blame for all of society’s ills on politicians and big business is to disempower the oppressed and make them dependant on the actions of the "big end of town" to deliver them from their problems.



The third principle of social action is that one person can and does make a difference. In a society such as Armenia, disempowerment is considered the norm, an inevitable state of affairs. In such an environment, it requires double courage for an individual or group to take the first step towards social change. But it only takes a few people who are willing to act contrary to the tide to encourage others to act.



The fourth principle of social action is that change almost always starts with small things. The way we do the "little" things is an indicator of our capacity to do the bigger things. Social change cannot be achieved without the willingness to go through the hard slog of incremental, small-scale change.



The fifth principle of social action is that, although social action starts small and with one person, ultimately collective effort and mass action are needed for stronger, more effective and long term social change. In my work among young professionals in Armenia, I have found that the most important step that is taken in the development of a community project is when the project moves from being one person’s dream to a team effort. The sense of community, the ability to work together and the sense of common values that is developed in this process provide the "building blocks" of the new society that is envisaged.Advertisement



The sixth principle of social action is that any change comes at a cost. There is always a person (or persons) who have paid a price for the freedoms and privileges we enjoy today. On all counts there is a great personal cost to getting involved in social action. Yet the cost of not getting involved is higher – that is, the cost to our conscience, and the cost to those around us whose liberation depends on our actions.



The seventh principle of social action is that the means are as important as the ends. In response to the suggestion that terrorist tactics should be adopted in the campaign against the British, Gandhi argued that a democratic order could not be established through violence: "The spirit of democracy cannot be established in the midst of terrorism, whether governmental or popular."



On 27 October 1999, five gunmen stormed into the Armenian National Assembly and killed the Prime Minister, President of the Parliament and six deputies. The assassins called upon the Armenian people to rise up against the country’s leadership; instead, the assassinations simply compounded and entrenched the sense of public demoralisation. Violent acts rarely lead to their intended result. If the goal of social action is the creation of a more just, egalitarian, peaceful and harmonious social order, then violence is not an appropriate means to achieving this end.



Outline of ways that social transformation happens



1. Developing consciousness (person)



2. Raising awareness about social issues (person)



3. Changing actions (person)



4. Changing policy (government or organization)



5. Changing cultural attitudes



6. Changing social structures or creating new



7. Changing material practices or creating new



Cultural Attitudes



1. Values



2. Customs



3. Beliefs



4. Religion



Material Practices



1. Technology



2. Material customs (e.g. farming, transportation)



3. Built environment (architecture, city planning)



Social Structure



1. Family



2. Community



3. Government (from local to global)



4. Corporations



5. Non-profit and non-governmental organizations



6. Education and knowledge



7. Professions



8. The economy



9. Activist and political organizations



10. Media, arts, entertainment



We can make our personal life an expression of our political and spiritual views. However, may also notice the ways that our society makes it difficult to do this. We should therefore engage with others to help support everybody in this.



we can make the most useful contribution to social transformation if it comes from a deep sense of life purpose. Thus we all may pursue what we are most passionate about and work where our greatest talent is. Look for guidance from spirit.



We may Work with others, in groups, pairs, or organizations. By Networks and collaborate. Share our struggles, ideas, hopes, dreams, and fears with others. Bring up and work through difficulties with interpersonal and group process.



We may also Work on ourself psychologically and spiritually and bring the fruits of this growth to their social change work. It is not so much what you do or what we know that makes us most effective in the world but who we are in this tiny world.



We may also engage in connecting with nature and recognizing our interconnectedness with all of life.



By creating thus in social change activities that are personally satisfying and enriching and build community in our life, as well as contributing to the world



Social action projects Middle east and Europe (Turkey and Bulgaria )



The Social Action Project, the socially engaged arm of our spiritual community, the universal human rigts charter , which is completely non-ideological and non-political and seeks practical engagement and solutions to the difficult local social and environment problems of the 21st century by using chapter international principles og human rights as our guide for action.



The Earth Day Project



To celebrate Earth Day students decorate paper grocery bags with pro-environmental messages, and give them to stores to use to hold customers' groceries in co-operating with Greenpeace international as well as many other environmentailst organizations



Give Water a Hand



Teachers can download curriculum guides that will help classes perform service-learning projects with a focus on improving local water quality at private and publich schools.



Help the Homeless



This site teaches kids who the homeless are and what they can do to help them.



iEarn Projects



Creative and Language Arts, Science, Environment, Math, and Social Studies. Participants may join existing structured online projects, or work with others internationally to create and facilitate their own projects.



Kids Can Make a Difference



Kids Can Make A Difference® (KIDS), an educational program for middle- and high school students,may focuse on the root causes of hunger and poverty, the people most affected, solutions, and how students can help. The major goal is to stimulate the students to take some definite follow-up actions as they begin to realize that one person can make a difference..



Kids Care Project



This project asks students to identify a community problem and develop an action plan, including persuasive letters to influential people, to help combat this problem. Suggested topics include neighborhood clean-ups, recycling, tree planting, etc.



Make a Difference Day



In thousands of communities across the nation, a number of non governmental organizations as well as volunteers alla re expected .they can Learn what you and your students can do on the next Make A Difference Day.



National Service-Learning Clearinghouse



The National Service-Learning Clearinghouse supports the service-learning community in higher education, kindergarten through grade twelve, community-based initiatives and tribal programs, as well as all others interested in strengthening schools and communities using service-learning techniques and methodologies.



Nonprofit Prophets



This is an interactive project that may challenge groups of students to investigate a problem that they see in the world, and then create a World Wide Web Resource page on the Internet that teaches the world about the problem. Typically, students thus collaborate with local non-profit agencies that need a website.



Rainforest Action Network



They can Find out what they can do to help save the rainforest.



Youth –service middle east- europe camp international



volunteer opportunities in their community may be arranged .



Homelessness Study Group



This is not an “action” group, per se, but a study group to learn about homelessness and poverty issues in our area and to better understand the resources available and the resource gaps in our community. The goals of this group would be to learn about the issues and develop an action plan for Heritage. We would be coordinating with ongoing efforts of other faith communities



Dr Kemal Yildirim



Ambassador for international social action foundation – Balkans and Turkey


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EL PARLAMENTO MUNDIAL DE LOS ESTADOS


Intergovernmental Organization


The International Presidency Office
Receive a warm Greeting of Peace:
The World-wide Parliament for security and peace also know has International Parliament for safety and peace was founded the 15 of December of 1975 in those who were difficult years thus took the initiative the Orthodox Archbishops Monsignors Viktor Busá. That received the presidency for life and the deceased, Mons. Makarios III who was Elected and the democratic president of the Republic of Cyprus and his first Secretary General After the death of his beatitude Makarios in year 1977 assumed the position He. Dr Sypros Kiprianou that was president of the Republic of Cyprus and that took the position of vice-president of the World-wide Parliament.

In the year one thousand and eighty seven the worldwide parliament of the states signed a convention of collaboration with the University of peace an academic institution that belongs to Nations United in that time under the position of the President of the Republic of Costa Rica He. Dr. Rodrigo Carrazo.

The foundations of the World-wide Parliament are the defense of all the towns of the world like the security from the nations to the norm of the right public International and private laws .All the states that they wish to be part of the World-wide Parliament will have to support moral, political, diplomatic, cultural, religious, economic between all the governments members like a their own parliamentary institutions.

All the nations are members by right the representation before the world-wide parliament must be through their Foreign Ministry of the respective country in which they will be able to send Credentials through third country in charge of businesses or advisors inspired to the norms of Public International right like the one of the convention of Vienna of the 18 of April of 1961.

The International Parliament for Safety and Peace is a intergovernmental organism of international character, the organism is formed in two areas Senators that this composed by 400 senators and one Assembly that the this composed by 800 deputies selections among them is every five years, same time the Lord president names with several diplomatic ranks, Representatives, advisors or diplomats at-large some as described with the rank as Ambassador at large (highest) and they all benefit diplomatic immunity according to the international law and the norm established by all the nations the world.

The Chancellery of the International for Parliament security and peace has established Diplomatic Relations mainly African Nations or de-facto with several countries and maintains cooperation with several international organisms.

There is a Department in Charge for Establishing International Diplomatic cooperation and Integration with Sovereign States and International Organizations.

The Parliament organizes the Conference on the security in the Mediterranean in the city of Palermo in Sicily where this located the International Presidency. Participations in diplomatic and political cooperation in different countries, its president Lord. Viktor Busá grants the Maximal award distinction of peace to the Chiefs of State who in opinion of our international organism have developed to a policy of peace and freedom and of social security in its own countries with perseverance and honor we have granted him these distinctions to most excellent ex- - presidents He. Mikhail Gorbachov president of the Ex- Soviet Union, Sesee-Seko-Mobutu ex--head of Zaire, He. Carlos Saul Menem ex- president of the Argentine Republic, He. Nelson Mandela ex- president of the Republic of South-Africa.

The principles of the constitutional charter of the World-wide Parliament for security and peace made us take the measurement by means of intervention in diplomatic crises or wars like in the following nations: Turkey versus Cyprus, War in Somalia and Ethiopia internal conflict Uganda, Central African Republic, Mali, Chad, the Congo, Zaire, Mozambique, Angola and the war in Middle East.

In addition it participated in the mediation between the warlike conflict of Ecuador with Peru of the civil war in Moldavia and the racial discrimination in Africa of the South as in the ethnic minority at international level, The World-wide Parliament for Security and peace deplores the continuation of the nuclear experiments from the French Republic in the Oceania.

The worldwide Parliament has participated by way of sending an Accredited Diplomat Observer in the Political Elections of Several Countries including of the Republic of the Congo (Brazzaville).

We must envisage that the International Parliament for Safety and Peace maintains Diplomatic Relations mainly with Sovereigns states, However De-Facto relations are maintained with several organizations.

The Presidency of the World-wide Parliament For Security and Peace Deplores the Civil war at all level has well internal conflicts and the Terrorism, narcoterrorism, and all crime at all level that are a danger to safety and to all human begins. The International advisers of the Lord President are in favor of the Diplomacy for Peace.

The International Parliament for Safety and Peace has participated in several international forums like in some conferences organized by the United Nations.

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PACTOS INTENACIONALES DE LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS
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CONVENCION AMERICANA SOBRE DERECHOS HUMANOS SUSCRITA EN LA CONFERENCIA ESPECIALIZADA INTERAMERICANA SOBRE DERECHOS HUMANOS


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CONVENCION AMERICANA SOBRE DERECHOS HUMANOS (Pacto de San José)
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