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- Departament of State stresses achievements of Argentine foundation
In its last annual report about international freedom of religion the US department of State praises the International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation´s work (IRWF), a non-governmental organization founded in Argentina with numerous achievements during the last years.
As in 1999, the Department of State stresses the initiatives of not only the IRWF but also those of Casa [...]
- Memory of John XXIII will be honoured
Thirty years ago, in Latin America, the idea of investigating the texts related to the Nuncio Angelo Roncalli during his mission in Istanbul and in the Balkan countries came up, as was informed in Manhattan by the Raoul Wallenberg Foundation.
A commission integrated by the author of the initiative, Baruch Tenembaum, the rabbis Jacobo Fink and [...]
- A foundation to honour the memory of John XXII was created
The concept of coexistence that came up in the ‘50, in order to express the need of preparing the world for a solution to the ”Cold War”, has been replaced by the slogan ”living together” (convivenca) that expresses the wish not only to exist without being destroyed, but also the creation of a world of [...]
- Anne Frank, Wallenberg, Roncalli (John XXIII) and Latin-America
An original idea was announced at the Vatican Representation to the UN during the visit of the Secretary of State, Cardinal Angelo Sodano, by the founder of the International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation (IRWF), Mr. Baruch Tenembaum.
Mr. Tenembaum suggested that newborns could be named after the heroes that saved human lives from the Nazi persecution. It [...]