MWL External Conferences

20
Feb

Distinguished MC pauladiasleite closed our 2nd and final day UNG eneva by reading the Final Conference Statement- "Initiatives to Protect Youth Against Extremist and Violent Thought, Promote Religious Freedom and the Values of Tolerance, and Counter Hatred and Marginalization"

20
Feb

Dr. Husni Abdi argues that a young person's local context and social conditions are the most influential and predictive indicators of radicalization. Lack of structure creates vulnerability, and the link between delinquency and radicalization is no coincidence.

19
Feb

HE Dr. Mohammed Alissa thanks all participants for their unique perspectives on an important subject. Whether or not extremism is religious in nature, we must favor a general shift toward moderation, so young people may grow into responsible stewards of society.

19
Feb

Swiss National Council President Isabelle Moretext ended her welcome the our host country.  She shared successful Swiss initiatives to foster youth engagement and called for increased inclusivity across institutions and organizations. MWL in Geneva Closing Statments

19
Feb

"The goal is not to agree on everything, but to respect and understand each other." HE President Kjell Magne Bondevik, oslocenterand Fmr. PM of Norway reminds us that education is the first step to foster empathy.

19
Feb

HE Dr. Muhammad Hidayat Nur Wahid, Vice Chairman of the Shura Council of Indonesia asks that we inspire ourselves by the principals of the UN and remember that as 1/3 of the world's population, young people are the future of humanity.

19
Feb

On behalf of State Deptand President Trump, Amb. Elan Carr reaffirmed the commitment of the  United States to combat anti Semitism, and called on all representatives to prioritize the common goal of building a better future for global youth. MWL in Geneva Closing Statements

19
Feb

Our final panel "Religious and Cultural Pluralism, and the Culture of Tolerance," moderated by Dr. Salim Ben Mohammad Al-Malik, head of ISESCO-Morocco, echoed themes of a common humanity and the inextricable link between Cultural Diversity and Religious Freedom

19
Feb

whether derived from religious scripture or personal experience, the common thread is that Religious Freedom belongs to everyone. As citizens of the same humanity, governments, institutions and individuals have a duty to ACTIVELY celebrate and promote diversity.

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The Muslim World League is an international non-governmental Islamic organization based in the Holy City of Makkah.