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Segretariato Permanente dei Premi Nobel per la Pace
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The Permanent Secretariat of Nobel Peace Laureates Summits, created in 2006, is a non-profit organization, based in Rome. Its main task is to organize every year the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates. According to its statutes, the Secretariat has never represented Nobel Peace Laureates externally. The World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates started in 1999 at the suggestion of the Gorbachev Foundation, as important occasions and platforms on which the Laureates are invited to discuss and formulate concrete proposals to tackle the planet’s emergencies and fight for human rights and for a world without violence. The World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates produced the “Charter for a world without violence”, a universal declaration on non-violence which text had been discussed by Nobel Laureates taking part in the Summit every year, and finally adopted in 2007. The Permanent Secretariat of Nobel Peace Laureates Summits works to help in enforcement of decisions taken by Nobel Laureates and Nobel Organisations during the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates. As well as organizing the tasks of the Summit, the Secretariat monitors the activities of Nobel Peace Laureates, while promoting the adoption of the “Charter for a world without violence” and supporting the work of the Nobel who participate in the annual Summits, as mediators in various conflicts around the world (Article 3 of the Statute).

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