«I believe that goverments, diplomats, religious leaders, academia and non-governmental organizations can effectively work together at international, regional and national levels to promote peace and security, tolerance and respect for diversity, religion or belief, and always defending the human dignity and the principle of freedom of religion for all people... Respect for differences begin with acknowledging the rights, dignity and perspectives of everyone in a thoughful manner and then by treating others as one would like to be treated.»

Dr. Liviu Olteanu Secretary General of the AIDLR

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Ambassador Ms. Ammo AZIZA BAROUD, Ambasador of Chad to the benelux contries, the United Kingdom, Permanente Representative of the European Union and the ACP group of States, talked with the Secretary General of the AIDLR, Dr. Liviu Olteanu

United Nations Headquarters, New York, 14 July 2017

AMBASSADOR AMMO AZIZA BAROUD had a conversation as a follow up to the Global Summit on Religion, Peace and Security co-organized by the AIDLR and OGPRtP in November 2016 at the United Nations in Geneva. Following the participation of Ms. Aziza Baroud with a keynote address at that Global Summit on Religion, Peace and Security as member of the Parliament of Chad, when the Deputy of Parliament came back in Chad, she has been called to be the Ambassador and Representative of Chad a Brussels, for Benelux countries, European Union and UK. Dr. Liviu Olteanu met H.E. in New York at the United Nations following the Launch of the Plan of Action for Religious Leaders and Actors to Prevent Incitement to Violence that Could Lead to Atrocity Crimes. Dr. Liviu Olteanu talked with Her Excellency Ambassador Baroud on the subject of a collaboration between the AIDLR and the Mission of Chad in Brussels on future projects supporting freedom of religion or belief and organizing together different international conferences and summits.


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Photo: Dr. Liviu Olteanu and Ambassador Ms. Ammo Aziza Baroud, Permanent Representative of Chad at the EU, UK and BENELUX. United Nations Headquarters, New York, July 2017