International Coalition for the Decade

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On 10 November 1998, the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed the first decade of the 21st century and the third millennium, the years 2001 to 2010, as the International Decade for the Promotion of a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World.

Since 2001, some national NGOs coalitions promoting the Decade have been established in several countries, including Austria, France, Italy and the Netherlands. These national coalitions along with international organizations decided to found the International Coalition for the Decade for the Culture of Peace and Nonviolence in June 2003.

Its office is based in Paris and its president is Christian Renoux (France).

Members of the International Coalition[edit]

National Coalitions (11) :

  • Comitato italiano per il Decennio (Italy)
  • Coordination béninoise pour la Décennie (Benin)
  • Coordination canadienne pour la Décennie (Canada) observing member
  • Coordination congolaise pour la Décennie (Democratic Republic of Congo) observing member
  • Coordination française pour la Décennie (France)
  • Coordination marocaine pour la Décennie (Morocco)
  • Coordination togolaise pour la Décennie (Togo)
  • Kooperation für des Frieden (Germany) observing member
  • Österreichisches Netzwerk für Frieden und Gewaltfreiheit (Austria)
  • Plateforme congolaise pour la Décennie (Congo-Brazzaville)
  • Platform voor een Cultuur van Vrede en Geweldloosheid (Netherlands)

International Associations (15) :

Honorary Board[edit]

International Salon for Peace Initiatives[edit]

External links[edit]