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Organization Civilizations Exchange and Cooperation Foundation
History founded in 2000 as a non-profit organization and registered in the State of Maryland.
City Baltimore, Maryland
Values The three Abrahamic religions, Islam, Christianity, and Judaism call for peace, love, mercy, and cooperation.
Vision To fully appreciate what humanity has accomplished in the twenty-first century, and effectively confront the challenges we still face, we need to look through the window of the past, learn from the lessons of previous civilizations and cultures, and listen with both the mind and the heart, not just the ear, to what they can teach us.
Mission To foster cooperation rather than confrontation among different religions and cultures.
Goals To focus on factors that led to the rise and fall of previous civilizations and how people of this millennium can benefit from lessons of the past in a world literally changing to a global village.
Approach Short Exchange Programs involving professionals, clergy, law enforcement personnel and students with different topics being discussed each year. Cultural Orientations to enhance the understanding of religious and cultural issues of exchange students, host families, and staff members. National and International conferences, symposiums and seminars involving scholars from various backgrounds. Educating people about the common roots of traditions is one of the most important focus of our activities. Learning leads to better understanding, which in the end leads to mutual appreciation and peace.
Structure no structure info
Scale Moderate
Scope International
Activity Better Understanding for a better World. BUBW to give American high school students and International exchange students, of diverse cultural backgrounds and various faith traditions, the opportunity to meet and learn from one another. International Observer Program. IOP's are two or three-week journeys of intensive thought and experience designed for clerics, scholars, religious educators and community leaders.English for translation purposes. Sports and Dialogue. Study abroad program.
Religion Secular
Words education, inter-culture
Acronym CECF
Contact 9051 Red Branch Road, Suite N. Columbia, M.D. 21045