Our Notable & Prominent Global Goodwill Ambassadors

OUR EXECUTIVE BOARD main purpose is to facilitate decision making between board meetings or in urgent circumstances. It often also acts as the communication link to the chief executive and, in some cases, performs the chief executive's performance evaluation.

FAAVM's Global Goodwill Ambassadors are messengers of Justice, Freedom, Unity and Peace, and are distinguished individuals, carefully selected from the fields of art, literature, science, entertainment, sports or other fields of public life, who have agreed to help focus worldwide attention on the work of the FAAVM. Backed by the highest honour bestowed by the Founder & President, on a global citizen, these prominent personalities volunteer their time, talent and passion to raise awareness of FAAVM's efforts to improve the lives of thousands, millions and billions of people everywhere. FAAVM Ambassadors are also leaders in the entertainment industry, representing the fields of film, television, music, sports and beyond. They demonstrate leadership in their professions and serve as positive role models through their work.

OUR ADVISORY BOARD: The function of an advisory board is to offer assistance to enterprises with anything from marketing to managing human resources to influencing the direction of regulators. FAAVM advisory board is a body that provides non-binding strategic advice to the management. The informal nature of our advisory board gives greater flexibility in structure and management compared to the board of directors.

"Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world"

OUR TEAM


THE SUPREME COUNCIL (SC) is the highest constitutional authority of the FAAVM, being the highest legislative and executive body. It establishes general policies and sanctions legislation. It is the First  Authority in terms of ranking in the hierarchy of the FAAVM Constitution: Supreme Council, President and Vice President.

All countries in the world include persons belonging to national or ethnic, religious and linguistic minorities, enriching the diversity of their societies. Although a great variety of minority situations exist, common to all is the fact that, too often, minorities face multiple forms of discrimination resulting in marginalisation and exclusion. Achieving effective participation of minorities and ending their exclusion requires that we embrace diversity through the promotion and implementation of international human rights standards.


The protection of the rights of minorities is provided for under article 27 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and article 30 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. However, the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Persons Belonging to National or Ethnic, Religious and Linguistic Minorities is the document which sets essential standards and offers guidance to States in adopting appropriate legislative and other measures to secure  the rights of persons belonging to minorities.

All countries in the world include persons belonging to national or ethnic, religious and linguistic minorities, enriching the diversity of their societies. Although a great variety of minority situations exist, common to all is the fact that, too often, minorities face multiple forms of discrimination resulting in marginalisation and exclusion. Achieving effective participation of minorities and ending their exclusion requires that we embrace diversity through the promotion and implementation of international human rights standards.