Constitution of IPC

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CHAPTER 1 ARTICLE: 1 - MANIFESTO

The International Peace Commission established for the service of humanity with out cast, color and creed. The role of IPC is to bring together a wide range of civil society organizations, from the international to the local levels, to consolidated and strengthen the disarmament and peace efforts of organizations and individual around the world.

We work with groups from variety of backgrounds, including youth, women, labor, educational, environmental, human rights, religious and professional bodies to support non-violet conflict resolution and works toward a culture of peace.

The IPC will struggle against the violations of human rights, bloodshed, and terrorism around the world. The IPC will provide its services for the noble cause of maintaining peace and disputes between the nations, groups and organizations.

The IPC will setup seminars and conferences on international issues of human rights violations, peace, democracy, education, health, child labor, and women development, against terrorism and narcotics or drugs. The IPC will offer open membership to the NGOs, International Organizations, World Personalities and Governments.

The IPC will reward those, who are working for the mankind in their various fields of life. The IPC will Establish its offices all over the world, to uphold the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights passed on 10th of December 1948.

ARTICLE: 2 ACTIVITIES

(CLAUSE1) For the purpose set out in Article: The activities of the Commission shall include, but shall not limited to; The facilitation of consultation, exchange of views and experiences, and cooperation with each other, to the extent desired by the members; Assistance in effectively utilizing available procedures of United Nations bodies and specialized agencies related with Peace Keeping, Anti Terrorism, Social, Cultural, Democracy, Education, Health, and Human Rights and of other International and Regional Organization Professional legal and public relations advice; Providing an information service for dissemination of information provided by the members to the public, Governments, International and Regional Organizations; Assistance in development of democratic institutions and processes and in the monitoring of Human Rights Violations, Elections and Referenda.

ARTICLE: 3 INSTITUTIONS

The achievements of the tasks entrusted to the Commission shall be ensured by; 
1. A GENERAL ASSEMBLY 
2. A SUPREME COUNCIL 
3. A COUNCIL OF FOUNDERS 
4. A WORLD CHAIRMAN 
5. A SECRETARIAT

Each of these institutions shall act within the limits of the powers conferred upon in this Constitution.

The institutions listed in Para above of this Article may be assisted by an Advisory Council, acting in a consultative capacity, and various specialized bodies acting under the direction of the World Chairman, General Secretary, and Supreme Council.

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