The conference will be an opportunity to hold meetings between more than 100 leaders of the initiative, its participants and supporters, including parliamentarians, diplomats, former officials, and religious, civil and political figures from all over the world, in order to enhance the momentum of the initiative, which stems from the utmost respect for all religions and seeks to set international standards to stop all abuses Using religion for political purposes.
Among the participants will be President of the National Council for Human Rights Amna Bouayach, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Bibior Organization Naguib Sawiris, former leader of the Anglican Church Lord Rowan Williams, Director of the Institute of High Studies in the United States Ephraim Ishak, former Italian Foreign Minister Giulio Terzi and Director of Dar Al-Hadith Al-Hassaniya Ahmed Al-Khamlichi.
The conference agenda will include presenting the progress made by the initiative’s representatives in all countries, exchanging experiences and comparing the best ways to ensure its adoption by their governments, in addition to presenting ideas on the next steps that should be taken to consolidate its position in the international arena.
The main objective of the conference is to mobilize wider support among legislators, influencers and participating legal persons in order to promote dialogue with a number of governments from different geopolitical regions in the world, including many Arab and Islamic countries, in order to ensure the adoption of the initiative by those governments and its submission to the United Nations.
The conference is being held in partnership between seven Moroccan non-governmental organizations and the “Bapior International” organization, with the support of the National Council for Human Rights in Morocco.
The conference includes plenary sessions, in addition to special working sessions for the sponsors of parliamentary legislation, advisors and international organizations.
At the conclusion of the conference, it is expected that a global declaration will be issued outlining the initiative’s road map and the path to present the proposed treaty in the United Nations General Assembly.