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Collective members of Global Harmony Association: Agreements

GHA Board Decision from February 15, 2008

 

1. Approve the Agreement between GHA and IAEWP about joining IAEWP (below) to GHA.

 

2. Approve the General Form of the GHA Agreement with other organizations about their joining to GHA o­n similarity of the Agreement with IAEWP.

 

3. Make the GHA President responsible for approval of the GHA Agreements with other organizations about their joining to GHA.

 

4. Invite organizations submitted o­n the site "Peace from Harmony", and also others peacemaking international and national organizations to join GHA, signed the appropriate Agreement.

 

GHA Board Decision was approved o­n February 15, 2008

 

Dr Leo Semashko

GHA Board Chair

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AGREEMENT (General Form)

Between

Global Harmony Association (GHA) and ORGANIZATION (Title)

About JOINING of ORGANIZATION to GHA

From: month, date, year.

General Form of the Agreement was approved by the GHA Board o­n February 15, 2008

 

1. General conditions

 

The Global Harmony Association, further GHA, was created for association of efforts of the international and national organizations, and also world citizens in achievement of the global peace o­n the basis of social harmony. The general conditions for joining in GHA are formulated in its Statutes, first of all in the following clauses (reduced):

 

1.The Global Harmony Association is a non governmental and not-for-profit International Organization The Global Harmony Association constituent members (new co-founders) can be any international or national organizations sharing its Statutes..

 

9.The Associations ultimate aim is global social harmony, the world energy which creates the common good for all ethnicities, universal human rights and dignity, harmonious education and consciousness, and harmonious peace culture This broad aim includes the similar narrower purposes of other peace organizations aspiring to a better world without wars.

 

10.On the basis of voluntary consent the Association unites the citizens of the world, as representatives of different cultures, religions, and civilizations of the world, and also various public and others organizations sharing its Statutes. The main organizational task for the Global Harmony Association consists in strengthening the organizations included in it and in widening their opportunities for achievement of universal purposes of peace and harmony..

 

11.The Association welcomes cooperation and integration with other international and national non governmental organizations (NGOs) and also with the creative associations, institutions and enterprises/firms, which recognize its views and Statutes, share its ultimate aim in some part and do not contradict to other its part.Affiliation or integration into the Association by any organization is registered officially in a separate agreement signed by the parties, which is included in the Association Statutes. These organizations are the collective members of the Association.

 

12.Each organization in the Association has the right to its own ideological, cultural and organizational diversity (pluralism), which aspires to harmony and does not contradict the Associations Statutes.

 

13.The Principles of Individual and Social Harmony, formulated in the "Magna Carta of Harmony" (2007) are recognized as the basic principles of the Association. Their fundamental values are: tolerance, respect, understanding, dialogue, compromise, consent, consensus and mutual aid. Consensus and mutual aid as the higher forms of harmony are the adequate method for the spiritual and organizational life of the Association and all of its Committees and members.

 

15.All organizations which cooperate and integrate with the Association have equal rights and duties and will be co-managed by their Presidents and the common Committees, formed o­n the principle of equality.

 

16.Each organization which cooperates or integrates with the Association has the right to cease its membership, and should inform the Board two months before its exit.

 

17.The Association reserves the right to be released from any member organization that breaks its principles or discredits its Statutes.

 

18.The Associations ultimate aim is reached through the realization of the various projects offered and fulfilled by its members (individual and collective).

 

19.An Association member is any world citizen who shares the Associations Statutes, actively participates in at least o­ne project and helps the Association by the annual membership fee of USD10 (for developing countries) and of USD50 (for developed countries). Donations are also welcomed. Children, all students and disabled persons are exempt from the membership fees. The membership fees are paid in November - December each year. The annual membership fees are directed to its first and major project: "Making children a priority in the world", by transfer of membership fees in o­ne of the developing countries to meet the needs of poor and disabled children. It will be a symbol of the Associations aspiration to social harmony by starting with children and through children. This process is set out in the Associations separate document: "Order of transfer of the Association membership fees to children in need". The members who have paid fees are recognized as full members. Other members are recognized as potential members (or members-candidates). o­nly full members can be the members of the Associations Committees. All questions of membership are resolved by the Board Association.

 

2. ORGANIZATION Characteristics

Title (full and brief):

 

Purpose:

 

Registration (year and place):

 

Status: (not-for-profit, non-political, non-governmental choose necessary)

 

Scope: (national or international)


Branches: (in number of countries of the world)

 

Number: (members)

 

International/National Office address:

 

President: (name, address and features)

 

E-Mail:

 

Fax:

 

Website:

 

Board and Committees, (number and Chiefs)

 

ORGANIZATION annual budget in US dollars:

 

Membership fee annual:

 

Sources of financing (list):

 

3. ORGANIZATION Conditions


3.1. ORGANIZATION shares the GHA Statutes and takes up the status of GHA cofounder or/and collective member.

 

3.2. ORGANIZATION participates in the joint projects with GHA adequate to ORGANIZATION purposes: World Harmony Academy and others. ORGANIZATION and GHA have a right to create the common Committees for management of the joint projects.

 

3.3. ORGANIZATION Chief has the right enter managing Committees of GHA.

 

3.4. ORGANIZATION counts o­n the GHA support and assistance in realization of the own purposes and projects by all the GHA accessible resources: informational, organizational, personnel (people) and financial o­n the mutual arrangements basis. ORGANIZATION is ready similarly to render for GHA the aid by all the ORGANIZATION accessible resources o­n the mutual arrangements basis.

 

3.5. ORGANIZATION undertakes annually to invite the own members to pay the GHA membership fees for the help to disabled children according to GHA Statutes clause 19 and those children's organizations, which are determined by GHA Board. The payment of these membership fees is desirable but not by the obligatory requirement for the ORGANIZATION members.

 

3.6. ORGANIZATION, if it has a financial opportunity, pays an annual collective membership fee in the GHA for support of its general information and organizational activity. Size of a collective fee, terms and the ways of its payment are defined in the given item of the Agreement. If the ORGANIZATION has no an opportunity to pay a collective membership fee it informs it in the Agreement given item.

 

3.7. ORGANIZATION reserves a right of full independence in questions, which are outside the given Agreement.

 

3.8. ORGANIZATION and GHA do not carry the responsibility for activity of other party. They are responsible o­nly for the joint projects and given Agreement.

4. Agreement Approval

 

From the ORGANIZATION party:

 

By the ORGANIZATION Committee and/or By the ORGANIZATION Chief: signature and date:

 

From the GHA party:

 

By the GHA President: signature and date:

 

The Agreement was made and signed in two copies, having identical force.

 

The Agreement can be changed and complemented with the consent of two parties at any time.

 

It can be cancelled under the initiative of any party in a month's time.

 

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AGREEMENT

Between

Global Harmony Association (GHA) and International Association of Educators for World Peace (IAEWP)

About JOINING of IAEWP to GHA

February 10, 2008.

 

1. General conditions

 

The Global Harmony Association, further GHA, was created for association of efforts of the international and national organizations, and also world citizens in achievement of the global peace o­n the basis of social harmony. The general conditions for joining in GHA are formulated in its Statutes, first of all in the following clauses (reduced):

 

1.The Global Harmony Association is a non governmental and not-for-profit International Organization The Global Harmony Association constituent members (new co-founders) can be any international or national organizations sharing its Statutes..

 

9.The Associations ultimate aim is global social harmony, the world energy which creates the common good for all ethnicities, universal human rights and dignity, harmonious education and consciousness, and harmonious peace culture This broad aim includes the similar narrower purposes of other peace organizations aspiring to a better world without wars.

 

10.On the basis of voluntary consent the Association unites the citizens of the world, as representatives of different cultures, religions, and civilizations of the world, and also various public and others organizations sharing its Statutes. The main organizational task for the Global Harmony Association consists in strengthening the organizations included in it and in widening their opportunities for achievement of universal purposes of peace and harmony..

 

11.The Association welcomes cooperation and integration with other international and national non governmental organizations (NGOs) and also with the creative associations, institutions and enterprises/firms, which recognize its views and Statutes, share its ultimate aim in some part and do not contradict to other its part.Affiliation or integration into the Association by any organization is registered officially in a separate agreement signed by the parties, which is included in the Association Statutes. These organizations are the collective members of the Association.

 

12.Each organization in the Association has the right to its own ideological, cultural and organizational diversity (pluralism), which aspires to harmony and does not contradict the Associations Statutes.

 

13.The Principles of Individual and Social Harmony, formulated in the "Magna Carta of Harmony" (2007) are recognized as the basic principles of the Association. Their fundamental values are: tolerance, respect, understanding, dialogue, compromise, consent, consensus and mutual aid. Consensus and mutual aid as the higher forms of harmony are the adequate method for the spiritual and organizational life of the Association and all of its Committees and members.

 

15.All organizations which cooperate and integrate with the Association have equal rights and duties and will be co-managed by their Presidents and the common Committees, formed o­n the principle of equality.

 

16.Each organization which cooperates or integrates with the Association has the right to cease its membership, and should inform the Board two months before its exit.

 

17.The Association reserves the right to be released from any member organization that breaks its principles or discredits its Statutes.

 

18.The Associations ultimate aim is reached through the realization of the various projects offered and fulfilled by its members (individual and collective).

 

19.An Association member is any world citizen who shares the Associations Statutes, actively participates in at least o­ne project and helps the Association by the annual membership fee of USD10 (for developing countries) and of USD50 (for developed countries). Donations are also welcomed. Children, all students and disabled persons are exempt from the membership fees. The membership fees are paid in November - December each year. The annual membership fees are directed to its first and major project: "Making children a priority in the world", by transfer of membership fees in o­ne of the developing countries to meet the needs of poor and disabled children. It will be a symbol of the Associations aspiration to social harmony by starting with children and through children. This process is set out in the Associations separate document: "Order of transfer of the Association membership fees to children in need". The members who have paid fees are recognized as full members. Other members are recognized as potential members (or members-candidates). o­nly full members can be the members of the Associations Committees. All questions of membership are resolved by the Board Association.

 

2. IAEWP Characteristics

Title: International Association of Educators for World Peace (IAEWP)

 

Purpose: Dedicated to UN Goals of Peace Education, Environmental Protection, Human Rights & Disarmament 
 

Registration: 1969

 

Status: IAEWP is a not-for-profit, non-political, and a non-governmental organization; Affiliation to UN and UNESCO since 1973, to UNICEF since 1990

 

Branches: in more than 80 countries of the world

 

Number: more than 50 thousand members

 

International Office address: P.O. Box 3282, Huntsville, AL 35810-0282, USA

 

President: Dr. Charles Mercieca, Professor Emeritus, P.O. Box 3282, Mastin Lake Station, Huntsville, Alabama 35810-0282, USA, Phone: (1) 256-534-5501, Fax: (1) 256-356-1018,

 

E-Mail: mercieca@knology.net /

 

Website: http://www.earthportals.com/Portal_Messenger/mercieca.html;

 

GHA Board member: http://www.peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=129

 

Executive Board, 2008-2010, 30 members; President: Dr. Charles Mercieca

 

Advisory Board, 2008-2010, 30 members, Advisory Board Chairman: Dr. Leo Semashko

 

IAEWP annual budget in US dollars: Zero (is absent)

 

Membership fee annual: Zero (is absent)

 

Sources of financing: Are absent (only personal incomes)

 

3. IAEWP Conditions


3.1. IAEWP shares the GHA Statutes and takes up the status of GHA cofounder and collective member.

 

3.2. IAEWP participates in the joint projects with GHA adequate to IAEWP purposes: World Harmony Academy and others. IAEWP and GHA have a right to create the common Committees for management of the joint projects.

 

3.3. IAEWP President should be the GHA Board member.

 

3.4. IAEWP counts o­n the GHA support and assistance in realization of the own purposes and projects by all the GHA accessible resources: informational, organizational, personnel (people) and financial o­n the mutual arrangements basis. IAEWP is ready similarly to render for GHA the aid by all the IAEWP accessible resources o­n the mutual arrangements basis.

 

3.5. IAEWP undertakes annually to invite the own members to pay the GHA membership fees for the help to disabled children according to GHA Statutes clause 19 and those children's organizations, which are determined by GHA Board. The payment of these membership fees is desirable but not by the obligatory requirement for the IAEWP members.

 

3.6. IAEWP has no financial opportunity to pay in GHA any collective fees.

 

3.7. IAEWP reserves a right of full independence in questions, which are outside the given Agreement.

 

3.8. IAEWP and GHA do not carry the responsibility for activity of other party. They are responsible o­nly for the joint projects and given Agreement.

4. Agreement approval

 

From the IAEWP party:

 

By the IAEWP President Dr. Charles Mercieca: signature and date: February 10, 2008

 

From the GHA party:

 

By the GHA President Dr Leo Semashko: signature and date: February 10, 2008

 

The Agreement was made and signed in two copies, having identical force.

 

The Agreement can be changed and complemented with the consent of two parties at any time.

 

It can be cancelled under the initiative of any party in a month's time.

 

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