Resolutions on the Organisation of Pax Romana-ICMICA during the 31st Plenary Assembly held in Vienna, Austria.
The 31st Plenary Assembly of Pax Romana ICMICA was held in Vienna from August 1st to 5th 2012. The main message coming from the various thematic papers presented during the study session was that the world is currently experiencing a number of challenges, including the financial crises, political instabilities and many other social evils. Pax Romana ICMICA has not been spared either; we are currently going through hard financial problems. Most of our planned programs at the International Office could not take off due the lack of funds.
Pax Romana ICMICA/MIIC has federations of intellectuals and professionals. in 60 countries from every continent, as well as contact groups and individual members. The international headquarters are in Geneva, Switzerland.
Pax Romana is a member of the Conference of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in consultative relationship with the UN (CONGO). Pax Romana was the Vice-President of CONGO for the period 2003-2006. Pax Romana is the President of the NGO Committee on Human Rights in Geneva and Co-chair of the NGO Working Group on Human Rights Education and Learning in Geneva.
Pax Romana has had consultative status with the United Nations since 1949 through the Economic Social Council (ECOSOC), as well as with UNESCO and the Council of Europe. Pax Romana has permanent representatives at the United Nations offices in New York, Geneva and Vienna. It also has accredited representatives in regional intergovernmental bodies such as the Council of Europe and the African Commission for Human and Peoples' Rights. Pax Romana has been active in many meetings and activities of the UN.
INTERNATIONAL CATHOLIC MOVEMENT FOR INTELLECTUAL AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS
As amended by the 29th Plenary Assembly in Poland in July 2004
The International Catholic Movement for Intellectual and Cultural Affairs (ICMICA) is an international association of the faithful, with private juridical personality according to canons 298-311 and 321-329 of the Code of Canon Law. It is governed by applicable canonical rules in force and by the following statutes. It also constitutes an Association for civil purposes in the sense of articles 60 to 79 of the Swiss Civil Code. The office is located in Geneva, Switzerland.
Identity of Pax Romana ICMICA/MIIC:
PAX ROMANA 1921-1946