Additional Links & Resources
An Interfaith Dialogue for Peace and Security (Published by Raphael Louis)
A new economic order for global prosperity (Published by Raphael Louis)
Declaration on the Rights of Persons Belonging to National or Ethnic, Religious and Linguistic Minorities
FAAVM Corporate Governance is the system of rules, practices, and processes by which our firm is directed and controlled. Corporate governance essentially involves balancing the interests of a company's many stakeholders, such as shareholders, senior management executives, customers, suppliers, financiers, the government, and the community. Since corporate governance also provides the framework for attaining a company's objectives, it encompasses practically every sphere of management, from action plans and internal controls to performance measurement and corporate disclosure. The Executive Board is composed highly qualified professionals as a group of individuals elected and appointed to represent shareholders. with a mandate is to establish policies for corporate management and oversight, making decisions on major company policies.The CEO often serves on the executive committee. Whether the board has this type of arrangement or not, the CEO usually has a special relationship with the executive committee and the Executive Board.
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Our mission: To promote the implementation of the Declaration on the Rights of Persons Belonging to National or Ethnic, Religious and Linguistic Minorities, including through consultations with Governments, taking into account existing international standards and national legislation concerning minorities. Attention to minority issues has been demonstrated to be essential to efforts to promote human rights, development and stability. In the planning and implementation of programmes of work, minority issues can also be considered to ensure that minorities are consulted, and are able to participate effectively in decisions that affect them.
Unlike the board of directors, the advisory board does not have authority to vote on corporate matters or bear legal fiduciary responsibilities. Many new or small businesses choose to have advisory boards in order to benefit from the knowledge of others, without the expense or formality of the board of directors. Thus, the board provides high-level executive support.
EUCED is a European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG), as per EU Council Regulation # 2137/85, established for European and worldwide economic and development operations. It is composed of a network of enterprises and institutions working in several fields such as cooperation and development, innovation, knowledge, economic competitiveness and internationalization, acting on a global scale. Its purpose is to enhance the economic activities of its members, associates and partners within the European Union and the European Economic Area, as well as fostering strategic partnerships and alliances in other regions of the world. Please visit: http://www.euced.com
Permanent Ambassadors Committees and Sub-committees
Corporations that partner with FAAVM share our brand values. We are a trusted, inclusive organization reaching deep into local communities around Canada and globally. Our programs succeed in changing lives, building advocacy networks and creating a lasting, positive impact. Stakeholder Engagement is a process by we learn from and respond to your network to assess our value and make informed strategic decisions. Partnership Building is a way for our organization to expand its capacity and value across our expanding network of stakeholders.By becoming a corporate partner with FAAVM, employees have the opportunity to become directly involved with our organization. Employees can volunteer at various sporting events and fundraising initiatives. Volunteering is an effective way to learn more about FAAVM activities, its mission and ways to become part of a global movement. Your involvement will make a positive impact on the lives of the less fortunate, and provide a rewarding experience to your employees.
EUCED is a European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG), as per EU Council Regulation # 2137/85, established for European and worldwide economic and development operations. As well as, having the status of an European Business Association. Based in Portugal, it is accredited as a European Union lobbyist and represented in 60 countries (35 of which, in Europe). Its purpose is to enhance the economic activities of its members, associates and partners within the European Union and the European Economic Area, as well as fostering strategic partnerships and alliances in other regions of the world. Please visit: http://www.euced.com
Our Mandate: The FAAVM is a nonprofit, charitable organization. Our major focus involves using various multifunctional civil rights programs to help our mostly disadvantaged, underprivileged minorities as men, women and children. Via the FAAVM multilateral humanitarian systems, and activities, we're able to reach out to these people who are very difficult to reach via more traditional-type programs. We then use these activities to help improve the quality of life of these disadvantaged communities. nationwide and worldwide. Securing minority rights assists in achieving stable and prosperous societies, in which human rights, development and security are achieved by all, and shared by all. Within this wider context of minority issues, the normative framework provided by minority rights should be understood as a necessary element to ensure integrated societies and to promote social inclusion and cohesion.
The Supreme Council (SC) is the highest constitutional, moral and spiritual governing authority of the FAAVM. It establishes general policies and sanctions rules, regulation, norms and statues of the organization general operations. The Supreme Council (SC) consists of Supreme Council Governors with the mandate to maintain a robust united organization, transparent and ethical governance, with a stable membership, financially secure in all domains, and recognized, well respected, and valued by its executives, directors and members, the world, and the public at large for its humanitarian ideals, values, philanthropy, and positive contributions it makes to the communities and humanity as a whole.
At the international level, we engage in multilateral forums and initiatives to build global understanding and synergies on key democracy issues. This enhances the focus on democracy building within the broader international agenda, particularly peace building and state building. At the expert level, we convene dialogues in order to improve the design and implementation of politics in support of democracy. This enables us to test and pilot the instruments and tools of such new policies.
The WFCP Forum Team
There is a sustained effort to make the work of the FAAVM more focused and relevant. This is identified as a priority to create our Permanent Committees and Sub-committees, to streamline our agenda, improve our practices and working methods to enhance lives, strengthen the role and our Ambassadors to fulfil our mission for the greater good of humanity. The Committees are empowered to make recommendations to our Supreme Council and Executive on international issues within FAAVM’s competence.
The World Federal Coalition Party Forum (WFCP Forum) is established as FAAVM Political Organ, working to develop comparative political knowledge, assist in democratic reform, and influence policies and politics, focusing in four main impact areas: electoral processes, democracy-building, political participation and political representation. We also address issues of minority rights within the sphere of international law, diversity, and onflict, peace and security, in accordance withThe International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) Click here for the electronic document version.
Teamwork, Achievement, Integrity, Innovation and Leadership. We promote a team-spirit environment where team leaders become proficient at dividing up tasks so they are done by the most qualified person successfully. Our Corporate Executive Board oversees the activities and strategic planning and decision making our organization. The specific responsibilities of the board are detailed in our bylaws. By fostering teamwork, we create a culture that values respect and love; because in our environment, we understand and believe that thinking, planning, and actions are better when done cooperatively.
The FAAVM embraces the universality of the 2030 Agenda and is committed to supporting the implementation of the SDGs in Canada and internationally. Working with its partners, FAAVM is striving to end poverty and inequality, build more prosperous and peaceful societies and nations, and protect the planet. The 2030 Agenda is a global framework of action for people, planet, prosperity, peace, and partnership.
Global Ambassador Working Groups (GAWG)
The President & CEO has created the working groups that consist of Ambassadors and other member of the executives to discuss a range of issues related to the general activities, work and operations of The FAAVM such as procedural questions, government lobbying, government relations, and protections of minority groups within the sphere of international laws. Below is a list of all the working groups established by President & CEO. The meetings and deliberations of The FAAVM Global Ambassador Working Groups (GAWG) are generally not made public, only limited information is available on these bodies.
“GRUVIINNO" Consultancy Services is a collaboration of Professionals with diversified academic and professional knowledge, skills and long years of practical experience & expertise on Project Management in Development, Government and Corporate Sectors. Our Project consultants offer their expertise to help FAAVM achieve its organizational goals and objectives worldwide. Out team initiate, plan, execute, control, and close our work to achieve specific goals and meet specific success criteria at the specified time.
Supporting the SDGs 2030 for Sustainability
Across the country and around the globe, Canadians are already answering the 2030 Agenda’s call to action. To accelerate progress on the SDGs, the Government of Canada is leading the development of a whole-of-Canada national strategy (the national strategy) for the 2030 Agenda through engagement with Canadians. By bringing together the voices and efforts of all levels of government, Indigenous peoples, municipalities, civil society, the private sector and all Canadians, the national strategy seeks to create a shared vision of how Canada will implement the 2030 Agenda and identify actions to accelerate the achievement of the SDGs, both at home and abroad.