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The MEDITERRANEAN FOUNDATION, since its creation in 1990 immediately after the fall of the Berlin Wall, has taken as one of its main objectives the establishment of the "UNITED STATES OF THE WORLD": from an intuition of Gustavo Rol.
The activities carried out over the last three decades by the Foundation - particularly in the area of the "Greater Mediterranean" - bear witness to a constant and concrete action that, precisely in these difficult times of war and pandemic, is an anchor of salvation to strengthen the spirit of peace and cooperation between peoples.
The adhesions of men and women, organisations and institutions from various countries contribute to supporting the institutional initiative by pursuing concrete objectives and effective means for the defence of the planet, respect for the fundamental rights of the human person, the coexistence of philosophies, faiths and religions, the fair distribution of goods and resources, the union of science and politics for the salvation of humanity and against all wars.

 

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51 ACERRA CELEBRATES 25 APRIL WITH PRESIDENT MATTARELLA 25 Apr 2022 Naples 190
52 IN THE MUSEUM LIBRARY THE CELEBRATION OF 25 APRIL 2022 25 Apr 2022 Napoli 234
53 THE FOUNDATION AND THE UNITED STATES OF THE WORLD PARTICIPATE IN THE SPECIAL MARCH FOR PEACE IN UKRAINE 24 Apr 2022 Assisi 220
54 52nd WORLD EARTH DAY 22 Apr 2022 Naples - Rome 150
55 THE FOUNDATION PARTICIPATES IN THE MARCH FOR PEACE ON THE OCCASION OF EASTER 17 Apr 2022 Vatican City 198
56 CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF THE CONFLICT IN UKRAINE: THE ROLE AND FUTURE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION 08 Apr 2022 Cascina 220
57 INTERNATIONAL DAY AGAINST ANTIPERSONNEL MINES 04 Apr 2022 Naples 197
58 PRESIDENT CAPASSO ADDRESSES THE ASSEMBLY OF THE TAVAZZA ASSOCIATION 01 Apr 2022 Rome 205
59 FIRST 2022 ISSUE OF THE UNITED STATES OF THE WORLD OBSERVATORY PUBLISHED 31 Mar 2022 Naples 252
60 UNITED STATES OF THE WORLD: MEETING OF THE INTERNATIONAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 21 Mar 2022 Naples 217