Pax Romana, International Catholic Movement for Intellectual and Cultural Affairs (ICMICA)
Pax Romana, Mouvement international des intellectuels catholiques (MIIC)
Pax Romana, Movimiento Internacional de Intelectuales Católicos (MIIC)
Pax Romana, Internationale Bewegung der Katholischen Akademiker
1947-04-12 Rome Italy
Founded following 20th World Congress of the then Pax Romana, International Secretariat for National Catholic University Federations -- Pax Romana, Secrétariat international des fédérations nationales d'universitaires catholiques, Aug 1946, Fribourg (Switzerland) when this latter organization split into two autonomous branches forming PAX ROMANA: ICMICA and F-XB3086 - Pax Romana, International Movement of Catholic Students (IMCS).
Promote: intercultural, inter-religious and intellectual dialogue; protection of fundamental human rights for all, including socio-economic rights; critical and constructive dialogue and involvement in socio-political issues through empowerment of civil society actors and strengthening the presence of the laity in Church and Society.
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