THE UNITED STATES OF THE WORLD

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.

 

With a ceremony followed by Holy Mass celebrated in the chapel dedicated to St. Giovanni Paolo II, the 20th anniversary of the Holy Pope's visit to Ischia was commemorated.
On that occasion he addressed a message of support for the "United States of the World", stating: "Peace is action and the United States of the World that you are building and spreading requires courage and hope, qualities that you do not lack. At the beginning of this millennium, after the fall of the Berlin Wall at the end of the last century, your initiative is precious and necessary because it has at its heart the values of the three "A's": Listening, Welcoming, Love.
May God bless you!

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The Secretary General of the United States of the World, Prof. Michele Capasso, gave an interview in which he reviewed the international organisation's 33 years of activity and announced the forthcoming opening of its renovated headquarters in Naples with the memorial "Lest We Forget" and the "Towards the South" programme.

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