Coordination des Associations et des Particuliers
pour la Liberté de Conscience
(CAP Freedom of Conscience)

NGO with ECOSOC consultative status at the United Nations
Registration on EU Transparency Register 628479527756-78
Civil society platform of Fundamental Rights created by the EU FRA
French non-benefit association register : W751082307

Member : European Federation for Freedom Of Belief – FOB
Member : European Network Of Religion and Belief – ENORB
Associate Director : International Council for Diplomacy and Dialogue

CAP Freedom of Conscience follows a humanist universal call towards peace, brotherhood and tolerance regarding all human beings. It stemmed out of the following observations:

-worldwide, an unparalleled crisis of civilisation, aggravated by recurrent economic, social and financial upheavals pours on mankind an array of evils and disasters: genocide, poverty, unemployment, starvation, terrorism, crime, drugs, extinction of species…

– On the « old continent », the European Union allowed since 1957, the gathering of communities of which the history, the beliefs, the language, the level of life seem as many obstacles to the creation of a great federal European state;

– The founders of CAP Freedom of Conscience are convinced that this patchwork of peoples and cultures constitutes a considerable legacy and wealth as long as the European construction is inspired by principles of brotherhood, solidarity and tolerance. Europe will be then able by its example and its international weight to bring a major contribution to the creation of a world of peace, justice and fraternity.

CAP Freedom of Conscience intends to fully contribute to this magnificent endeavour and to work for this new world.

Within this general mission, the association:

– Addresses and welcomes all individuals having the awareness level to consider themselves a citizen of the world, beyond the belonging to a State.

– Works for the creation and the enhancement of solidarity and fraternity of all communities aiming at an international peaceful free society;

– Favours a spirit of tolerance, peace and equality among all ethnic, national, social and religious groups

– Affirms its unconditional support to the principles of: the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of December 10, 1948, the European Convention of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms of November 4, 1950, the International Convention on the Rights of the Child of November 20, 1989, the Chart of Fundamental Rights of the European Union of December 7, 2000;

– Intends to stay ever neutral and independent from politics and money.

Freedom of Expression Policy Toward Tamils History Posts Removal and Restriction, on Facebook, Google, Youtube and other social medias.

Freedom of Expression Policy Toward Tamils History Posts Removal and Restriction, on Facebook, Google, Youtube and other social medias.

The Internet with Social Media has become “one of the most powerful instruments of the 21st century for increasing transparency in the conduct of the powerful, access to information, and for facilitating active citizen participation in building democratic societies.” The formation of an inclusive information society requires universal ability to access and contribute information, ideas, and knowledge so citizens can participate in discussions on public affairs and be part of the decision-making process. The Internet offers a new opportunity for developing policies on proactive transparency and dissemination of information and ideas of all kinds. Its speed, decentralization, and low cost allow both the State and private parties to disseminate information without barriers of borders, opportunity, or bureaucracy that once hampered such circulation

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