Conference organizers
Interparliamentary Commission on human rights of the Alternative for Germany.

The decision to establish the inter-parliamentary Commission on human rights was made on December 10, 2019 by the parliamentary group of the Alternative for Germany in the Bundestag. It covers issues of human rights in Eastern Ukraine, Syria, South Ossetia, Abkhazia, the middle East, and many others. The Commission makes assessments of the situation in a given country in order to defuse or prevent conflicts. This peer review should reach national parliaments and facilitate political decision-making processes.

The purpose of the inter-parliamentary Commission is to create a platform for political inter-parliamentary communication, to hold conferences and forums, and to create an independent report on the situation in the conflict regions and the human rights situation. The Commission activity based on patriotic conservative Christian values, being somewhat of the Association of political forces committed to maintain traditional culture and the national state.
Foundation for the development of civil society Public Diplomacy.

The Public Diplomacy Foundation for the development of civil society institutions was established in 2010 to normalize and harmonize inter-ethnic, inter-religious and inter-state relations both in the post-Soviet space and beyond. The Public Diplomacy Foundation favors the building of a comfortable society of the 21st century, where freedom and democracy are clearly separated from permissiveness, and the concept of tolerance regains its true meaning as mutual respect.

Public Diplomacy is one of the most important institutions and methods of building civil society in a given country. It is a frank conversation of interested parties, aware of their values and interests, and at the same time tolerate and understand the values and interests of the other.

Public Diplomacy is practice of the ideas of tolerance in a changing, globalizing, increasingly open and transparent world. To understand tolerance as a one-way phenomenon, when representatives of the Golden billion are forced to tolerate the cultural, religious and other characteristics of other peoples is to misunderstand the nature of politics. On the contrary, tolerance, in terms of Public Diplomacy is a mutual desire of entire peoples to understand, cooperate and achieve their goals.
International Center for the Study of Eurasia

International Center for the Study of Eurasia is an independent research and consultancy organization that specializes in analyzing Eurasian politics, economy, international relations, and diplomacy.

We rely on a network of experts that come from different countries and backgrounds and who are united by their in-depth understanding of Eurasian realities and their quest for professional excellence

Our areas of expertise are

  • Geopolitics
  • International Relations
  • Foreign Policy
  • Human Rights
  • Religious Conflicts
  • Political Communications
European Christian Coalition

The European Christian Coalition wants to promote Christian values and implement the values in practical politics.

The ECC wants to respect and protect human dignity as is stated in Article 1 of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights. We believe this universal principle rests on the human being as created in the image and likeness of God.

The ECC recognizes the Christian roots of EU member states and believes that there is value in this heritage. Key aspects of this Christian cultural inheritance also stand at the foundation of the European Union, namely freedom, solidarity, reconciliation, love, truth and respect for life.

The ECC is concerned with the situation of Christians in the world today as Christianity comprises the most persecuted religion in the world. The ECC wants to promote an economic policy that is people-centered and not financially centered and applies the potential of technology by respecting human dignity. ECC recognizes the family as the most important social entity, as it is the basis for thriving societies.

The ECC observes, in particular in its programme and in its activities, the values on which the European Union is founded, as expressed in Article 2 TEU, namely respect for human dignity, freedom, democracy, equality, the rule of law and respect for human rights.