International Interdisciplinary Innovation Centre for Alliance of Peoples
Establishment of a new category 2 Centre under the auspices of UNESCO
In the frameworks of the International Project “To Embrace the Earth by Responsible Mind’’
Dedicated to the 75th Anniversary of the United Nations and UNESCO
By the UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres: “To Rescue the Planet”
By the UN High-Level Political Forum – 2020:
”None of Us are Safe Until All of Us are Safe”
”Global solidarity – the only way out of this crisis’’
For the purpose Dubai and Canada are invited to consolidate UNESCO Member States and global expert community
Dubai and Canada are the first potential Leaders of Humanity in the Name of Life
A unique UNESCO Centre is in the process of set up in order to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the UN and UNESCOthrough therealization of the international civil diplomacy project «To Embrace the Earth by Responsible Mind».
International Good Will will be implemented in Dubai — one of the most advanced cities of the world and the home of condensed discoveries and inventions.
Dubai has beeninvited to lead in the Name of Life creation a new UNESCO Centre forthe global consolidation of development resources and their use for people’s needs.
Phase one: The establishment in Dubaiof the Foundation for Alliance of Peoples — Global Headquarters and the United Coordination Centre for the future UNESCO category 2 Centre — a partner expert network with the title stated in UNESCO documents provided to the author of the Centre: The International Interdisciplinary Innovation Centre.
Based upon the upcoming incorporation in Dubai of a non-commercial Foundation for Alliance of Peoples, there are several potential host UNESCO Member States for collaboration with the Foundation for Alliance of Peoplesin Dubai and for theconfirmation of a private-public Coalition of the most concerned countries and organizations.
Creators of the Centre will follow the Concept: a Coalition of a few UNESCO Member States needsto lead and host the unique UNESCO Centre.
The most priority host UNESCO Member State is Canada based on a very significant history of positive input of this countryinto world Peace and itsco-existence and a resent globally famous statement made on 21 September 2020 by the Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau.
Madagascar, The Gambia and Kenya are a potential group of UNESCO Member States interested to host and set up the new UNESCO Centre.
Who we are
The creation of a new Category 2 Centre under the auspices of UNESCO was initiated by international civil diplomacy – an independent group of volunteer experts — representatives of expert community from Canada, the Great Britain, New Zealand, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, Russia, the United States and Switzerland who took responsibility for working for the sake of human life and nature preservation and for establishment of the first interdisciplinary Centre in the history of UNESCO.
Organizations-developers of the future UNESCO Centre: Intellectual Alliance of Civilizations (IAC, 2003 – 2019), International Interdisciplinary Innovation Centre – USA (IIIC-USA, New York, since 2016), International Interdisciplinary Innovation Centre – New Zealand (IIIC – New Zealand, since 2017).
The Centre is responsible to mobilize resources for rescue and development. It should integrate the results of its activities with a host UNESCO Member State or to form a coalition of States interested in access to socially prioritized inventions, new knowledge and advanced experience; in joint innovative interaction and in the wide dissemination of life-determining achievements from the UNESCO platform, as well as in providing an urgent practical assistance to people and the universal UN Global Goals – 2030.
Professor Federico Mayor Zaragoza, the former Director-General of UNESCO, Honorary President of the future UNESCO Centre, has issued a new statement-appeal in July 2020: “We cannot remain silent any longer. We cannot continue to be impassive spectators of what is happening, because we would become accomplices. The scientific, academic, educational, artistic, intellectual and, in short, creative communities must be at the forefront of mobilization of people. They must take immediate action, without delay.”
On May 13, June 27 and July 29, 2020 Federico Mayor made his recommendation to the authors of the future Centre: to complete the invitation process of a host country or group of UNESCO Member States, to send a confirmation letter (Acceptance Letter) from the host country to the Director-General of UNESCO regarding the establishment of the new Centre, to ensure the implementation of the procedure for obtaining the high international status of a Category 2 Centre under the auspices of UNESCO, to start work of the Centre in order to facilitate solutions of the key problems of our time.
Federico Mayor has been consulting the authors of the Centre since August 2006 and professionally evaluates the potential of the Centre under the patronage of UNESCO: Centre will receive practical opportunities for regional and global influence through the integration and synergy of key factors including the availability of unlimited number of life-determining projects and solutions, the possibility to accumulate financial, human and other resources for work of the Centre and the implementation of a transparent mechanism for selection, approbation, realization, replication and use of life-determining achievements.
Innovative interaction is an imperative for survival and development.
The International Interdisciplinary Innovation Centre for Alliance of Peoples ( IIICAP) is responsible to serve as a complementary mechanism of global solidarity and cooperation in the field of innovative interaction.
The concept of the Centre is based on the forecast proclaimed by UN experts: “The implementation of the necessary transformations has no precedent in the history of mankind.”
The idea and concept of the future Centre was supported by three UNESCO Directors-General, who sent more than thirty letters about the relevance and importance of the Centre based on civil initiative.
The mission of the Centre is based on the core criteria proclaimed by the UN Global Goals – 2030 and adopted by the leaders of 193 UN Member States.
The aim of the new UNESCO Centre is to consolidate life-defining resources and mutual innovative development resulting in tangible increase in quality, safety and prolongation of life, as well as preservation of nature.
The future Centre for Alliance of Peoples under the auspices of UNESCO is based on the model of international cooperation that is of the highest priority for our time: the integration of development resources for the global dissemination of priority inventions and the joint use of vital achievements based on the responsible interaction of highly competent organizations from the transparent platform of UNESCO.
The Alliance’s imperative is full responsibility for work and real practical outcomes.
The Centre will act as an international innovation network and public-private partnership – the most reliable form of interaction for working on the priorities of people and nature and the implementation of global tasks of the UN and UNESCO.
The concept and work of the future UNESCO Centre are fully consistent with the strategic goals of the United Nations and UNESCO. The demand for the Center’s work is growing day by day.
UNESCO Director-General Madame Audrey Azoulay has announced a noble strategy for UNESCO to become the “driving force” of the United Nations system and ‘’an expert agency contributing to the dissemination of knowledge to the greatest number of people worldwide’’.
Motto, Mission, Goals & Spheres
Future Category 2 Centre under the auspices of UNESCO Motto: Responsible Collective Mind – Viva Vitae! Mission – Imperative: Ensuring preservation of Peace on Earth by work for universal human values Goal: Conscience as the Transfiguration basis Initiator & Developer: International Expert Team of Civil Diplomacy Honorary President since 2009: Prof. Federico Mayor Zaragoza, UNESCO Ex Director-General (Spain) Honorary Patron since 2004: Prof. Anatoly Karpov, Sixteen-time World Chess Champion (Russia) Author, Founder and President since 2003: Dr. Tamara Lavrovskaia (Canada-Russia) Foundation for Alliance of Peoples: the United Coordination Centre & Global Headquarters of the future UNESCO Centre
Motto: Responsible Collective Mind – Viva Vitae!
Mission – Imperative: Ensuring the preservation of Peace on Earth by work for universal human values and responsibility for the dissemination and use of socially priority inventions, new knowledge and advanced expertise in all areas and at the regional and global scales required by UNESCO.
Goals: Conscience as the Transfiguration basis. Consolidation and mobilizing responsible experts from governments, business, academia, civil society and the private sector for constructive action under the patronage of UNESCO, forming an innovative coalition and delivering of practical results contributing to the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals— 2030.
Spheres of Interdisciplinary Responsibility: Education, science and technology, culture, health protection, life prolongation and active creative longevity; preservation of the environment, information technology, sports, formation of demanded and happy youth.
Credo: Culture of Results Achieved. Demonstrable or measurable increase in quality, safety and prolongation of life and preservation of nature.
Features: Include but are not limited to:
- The Centre would be the first ever Category 2 interdisciplinary Centre under the auspices of UNESCO;
- The initiator and developer of the future UNESCO Centre is an independent International Expert Group of volunteers – representatives of civil diplomacy, working since 2003 with the aim of creating a unique innovation Centre for the UNESCO – “conscience of humanity” and for achieving life-determining results;
- The possibility of transforming the civil diplomacy project into a public-private partnership and a high-level international Centre under the auspices of UNESCO.
Leaders of the International Expert Team
Prof. Federico Mayor Zaragoza (Spain): Honorary President of the future UNESCO Centre, UNESCO Ex-Director-General, President of the Foundation for a Culture of Peace, Co-Founder of the future United Coordination Centre — the Foundation for Alliance of Peoples (Dubai)
Dr. Tamara Lavrovskaia (Canada-Russia): Author, Founder & President of the future UNESCO Centre, Co-Founder and President of National Branches of the Centre in the USA and New Zealand, Co-Founder of the Foundation for Alliance of Peoples (Dubai)
Prof. Anatoly Karpov (Russia): Honorary Patron, Co-Founder of the Foundation for Alliance of Peoples (Dubai)
Acad. Emir Kusturica (Serbia): Honorary Patron
Mr. Manuel Batista (Italy-Portugal): CEO of the first business partner and Co-Sponsor of the Centre, Co-Founder of the Foundation for Alliance of Peoples (Dubai)
Letters from UNESCO Directors-General.
Letters from Prof. Federico Mayor Zaragoza, Honorary President of the future UNESCO Centre and Prof. Anatoly Karpov, Honorary Patron of the future UNESCO Centre.
Acceptance Letter addressed by the host country to UNESCO Director-General.
List of pilot projects and experts responsible for implementation.
The Dubai Declaration “Transfiguration Imperative”: Implementation of the UN Request to Ensure Life & Development Through Innovative Interaction of Visionary Leaders, Criteria of Conscience, Mutual Responsibility and Collective Mind
The Dubai Declaration is an announcement of the establishment the first ever interdisciplinary Centre under the auspices of UNESCO initiated and developed by civil diplomacy.
To be co-signed and presented to the UN and UNESCO by the Co-Founders of the Foundation for Alliance of Peoples (Dubai): Prof. Federico Mayor Zaragoza, Prof. Anatoly Karpov, Dr. Tamara Lavrovskaia, Mr. Manuel Batista; other Co-Sponsors.
Draft of the Declaration: in process of finalization by the author, Dr. Tamara Lavrovskaia
Copyrights: Dr. Tamara Lavrovskaia