World Forum for Rapprochement of Nations, Races and Religions Through Terminology (WFRNRRTT)

Forum mondial du rapprochement des nations, races et religions par la terminologie

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History

23 Sep 1995, Warsaw (Poland). From Sep 2002, comes within the framework of International Specialized Terminology Organization (ISTO), comprising the previous International Organization for Unification of Terminological Neologisms (IOUTN) and International Federation of Terminology Banks (IFTB). Also referred to as World Forum RNRTT, WFRNRRTT was set up by by resolution of Standing Round Table of Cultural Coexistence in Families, Countries and between Nations /States/ -- Table ronde permanente pour propager la culture de coexistence dans les familles, les pays et le monde entier, within IOUTN and IFTB. Dissolved due to lack of sponsoring.

Aims

Eliminate bad traditions, enmity and conflict; combat xenophobia, fanaticism and racism, beginning with education in elementary schools; in the context of rapprochement of languages, educate at elementary school level on the history of languages (common roots) and on the borrowing of newly created specialized terminology from the language of a creator of a given term.

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Activities

Main topics: study of problems created by words and terms, which may lead to integration as well as to division; global, continuous training in new consciousness of global society; demonstration of spontaneous borrowing and gradual integration of terminology worldwide.

Financing

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Relations with Non-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 1 non-governmental organizations.
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Publications

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Members

Members in 39 countries
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Subjects *

  • Societal Problems
    • Racism, xenophobia
  • Research, Standards
    • Nomenclature
  • Recreation
    • Competitions
    • Folk Traditions
  • Defence
    • Conflict
  • Religious Practice
    • Religion
  • History
    • History
  • Idealism
    • Idealism
  • Love
    • Love

UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

UIA Org ID

F3768

Last News Received

30. Aug 2004
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** UN SDGs are linked to the subject classification.

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