What Is an Establishment Agreement
The founding agreement of KaiCIID is a multilateral agreement adopted in 2012 by the founding Member States of KAICIID (the Republic of Austria, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Kingdom of Spain). The agreement defines the mandate of the Centre, which is mainly to improve interreligious and intercultural dialogue, thereby fostering respect, understanding and cooperation among peoples, promoting justice, peace and reconciliation, and combating religious abuse to justify oppression, violence and conflict. The agreement also establishes the governing bodies of the Centre – the Council of Parties, the Governing Council, the Advisory Board and the Secretariat – and defines their respective roles and responsibilities in carrying out the Centre`s mandate. Other important issues addressed in the agreement are the financing of the Centre, the status of observers, the responsibility of Member States, a dispute settlement mechanism and the duration of the agreement. RECOGNISING THE SUPPORT OF THE KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA, THE REPUBLIC OF AUSTRIA AND THE KINGDOM OF SPAIN IN THE PREPARATION OF THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE CENTRE AND THEIR LONG-TERM COMMITMENT TO SUPPORT THE CENTRE, AND THE PARTIES THAT HAVE SIGNED THIS AGREEMENT, ARE CONVINCED OF THE importance of interreligious and intercultural dialogue as an instrument to address the religious and spiritual dimension of the human being and to support, inter alia, conflict prevention and resolution, sustainable peace and social cohesion; But the roles and responsibilities of the RRBs are based on land claims and replace everything in the PLA and everything negotiated in a settlement agreement. The e-mail address cannot be subscribed. Please try again. Taking note of the purposes of the Charter of the United Nations and of the ongoing efforts and initiatives for interreligious dialogue and intercultural understanding, and recalling in this regard the Declaration of the Madrid World Dialogue Conference of 18 July 2008 and the Declaration of the High-level Session of the United Nations General Assembly on the Promotion of Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue, Understanding and Cooperation for Peace of 13 November 2008; CONSIDERING the initiative of King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud, custodian of the two holy mosques, to promote mutual understanding and global harmony, any State or international organization may become an observer of the Centre after its admission has been approved by the Council of the Parties in accordance with paragraph 4 of Article V. Representatives of an observer may attend and speak at meetings of the Council of the Parties in accordance with the relevant rules of procedure and the provisions of this Agreement.