International Organization for World Peace, Disarmament, Development and Human Rights (IOWPDDHR)
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1989. Registered in the State of New York (USA).
Work for world peace and international security; uphold principles enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations; work for welfare of the blind, orphans, infirm, mentally retarded and aged; implement projects for development of women and youth and for welfare of children in developing countries; combat hunger, illiteracy, over-population; rehabilitate refugees; help victims of natural disasters; establish legal aid societies in Third World countries; campaign against drug addiction, drug trafficking and work to rehabilitate drug victims; promote youth and cultural exchange, vocational, technical and management training; establish research institutes for peace; give scholarships, fellowships and peace awards; work for better understanding among followers of the world's religions and foster religious tolerance; save the world from environmental pollution; save the world from the scourge of war.
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International Executive Committee; International Advisory Committee; International Legal Forum.
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