The World Interreligious Center has, along with the Non-Profit Organization Man Center, helped organize three editions of the "" held under the patronage of the , the and the
FIRST WORLD CONFERENCE FOR THE PEACE AND WELFARE OF PEOPLES
Monastery of Sargiano (Arezzo), August 1999 With the Patronage of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers
Researchers from 4 continents met in the historic monastery of Sargiano near Arezzo to establish the "World Ecumenical Conference for the Peace and Welfare of Peoples", promoted by the international Association Man Center with the Presidency of Pier Franco Marcenaro.
The Conference analyzed the issues related to the many ,, and , of which our planet currently suffers, in order to find a of humanity, with the revival of the highest in the third millennium.
At the end of the meeting, they approved the – now World Interreligious Center – for the peace and welfare of peoples, which is to continue the activities outlined during the Conference.
A was also drafted and signed by and , presented to the heads of government of the world's major nations.
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SECOND WORLD CONFERENCE FOR THE PEACE AND WELFARE OF PEOPLES
Monastery of Sargiano (Arezzo), 29 June - 7 July 2002 With the Patronage of the European Commission
The topics of and were tackled on the central days of the Conference by leading personalities of the various religions of the world, of politics, culture and science.
This was then followed by on the respect for and enhancement of the , the issue of the of individuals and nations, between different cultures and religions and the in the world.
The , signed by the members, was subsequently presented to the heads of government of the world's major nations.
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THIRD WORLD CONFERENCE FOR THE PEACE AND WELFARE OF PEOPLES
Monastery of Sargiano (Arezzo), 4 and 5 June 2005 With the Patronage of the U.N. The path to through , the commitment against , the protection and valorization of the for and the were the themes of the Conference. Researchers from five continents took part and, in the, signed by and, they suggested workable ways with which to deal with the serious problems of the contemporary world.