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INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL ACTION FOUNDATION














INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL ACTION FOUNDATION
Registration of Legal Personality No. 1 907
International Recognition Register QR/51
Registracion of Legal Personality ONU Nº  972
Environmental NGO Registration Exped. Dispo No. 10793/09. N ° 322/09
Requesting Alien Registration No. (pending)
CUIT: 30-71083504-3
Mr. Gross (LP): 218502 / 2
Responsible VAT Exempt
Exempt Income Tax
Headquarters: Argentina Republic
Real and Fiscal Headquarters: Vernet passage 910. General Pico, La Pampa (L6360OFA)
Registered office: 3169 6th Av Corrientes Of. 61 Capital Federal (1177)


info@estudionacevich.com.ar
Email Address: fasi@live.com.ar
Phone / Fax: 0054-02302-435667.
Web site address: http://www.fasi.org.ar/
Web site address: http://www.fasi.mex.tl/
http://accionsocinternacional.spaces.live.com/
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Foundational Objectives


The International Social Action Foundation is an NGO established on December 14, 2008. Organized as a Confederation, is to carry out cultural, educational, seminars, conferences, coordinated approach with the appropriate government institutions in the following areas: a) Social Action, b) Human rights, c) The Universal Rights of the Child and rights of women, d) The Elderly, e) The Environment, f) La Paz, g) Education, culture, science and technology, h) Social integration, i) Health, j) and Claim commemoration of national and international historical events through participation in official events and development and / or maintenance of statues and monuments, k) The recovery, preservation and collection of documents for the creation of an archive and library of the Social Action Foundation, l ) Formation of a federal national structure, through framework agreements or mergers with other institutions that may thus be integrated into a worldwide global network for the dissemination and purposes herein expressed, m) international relations provided by ongoing activities to develop programs , seminars, lectures, conferences and / or discussions of issues of various kinds, n) originating Aboriginal Peoples, ñ) Safety, o) The establishment of the International University "September 11" dedicated to Humanities and Social Sciences.

 OUR PRINCIPLES
 
The International Social Action Foundation is committed to contributing to building a society founded on truth and freedom, on respect for life and human dignity, justice and social solidarity. The key issue is to educate young people with a sense of solidarity and volunteering is the motto of the Foundation. They are the foundation of our future society in which we actively engage them jointly and participate not only as actors but as social transformation that they can perform.


Directory:

President: Stella Maris BUSTRIAZO RODRÍGUEZ.
Vice-President: Mohamed Ben Sadok Ajili BARHOUMI.--
Secretary: Amalia Serralta Noelia.
Members: Horacio Abel OGORMAN.
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Institutional Relations and Ceremony
S.E. Dr. Miguel Serralta
International President
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Directorate of Legal Affairs Unit
Dr. Nicolas Taboada
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Counsel for the Foundation:

Dr. Miguel Nacevich Turk

3169 6th Av Corrientes Of. 61 Cap. Ar Fed. (1177)

Tel: 54-11-48670214


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COMMISSIONS:

CHAIRMAN OF COMMISSION ON SOCIAL ACTION: Lic. Pilar NAVUN
VICE-PRESIDENT: Lic. Ligia Julieta Andrade Delgado

SECRETARY:
MEMBERES: Lic SILVIA Chiotti
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PRESIDENT OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS COMMITTEE:

S.E. Ambassador Eduardo CUNEO DE OSORIO.-

VICE-PRESIDENT: Dr. Mohamed Ben Sadok Ajili BARHOUMI.-
 SECRETARY-: Ms. Nadejda Chelepenko.-
MEMBERS: Mrs.
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CHAIRMAN OF COMMISSION ON WOMEN: Dr.Pilar NAVUN
VICE-PRESIDENT: Olga Rosa Fazzari .-
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 PRESIDENT OF PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION: Dr. Miguel Alejandro Nacevich Turk

(Advocate Foundation)

VICE-PRESIDENT:
SECRETARY:
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CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION, CULTURE, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Dr. Ricardo Ramon Vitiritti
 VICE-PRESIDENT: Lic. Pilar NAVUN
 SECRETARY:
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CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEE ON HEALTH: Dra. Valentina GREBNEVA

VICE-PRESIDENT: Dra. Felisa Nora Scheinkman
 SECRETARY: Sandra Edith Guzman
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 CHAIRMAN OF COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS: 
 VICE-PRESIDENT:
 SECRETARY:
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CHAIRMAN COMMITTEE ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD:

VICE-PRESIDENT:
 SECRETARY: Lic Silvia Chiotti
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CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEE ON THE ENVIRONMENT:
 VICE-PRESIDENT: Lic. Oscar Alfredo Rueda Avellaneda
 SECRETARY:
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COMMISSION CHAIRMAN OF DESCENDANTS OF NOBLE viceroyalty of La Plata:
S.E Miguel Serralta.-
 VICE-PRESIDENT:
 SECRETARY:
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ARGENTINE PRESIDENT COMMITTEE OF PATRICK:

VICE-PRESIDENT:
 SECRETARY:
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CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEE OF DESCENDANTS OF ORIGIN Majorcan Miguel Serralta.-

VICE-PRESIDENT:

SECRETARY:
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CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEE OF THE NATIVE: Horacio OGORMAN.-

VICE-PRESIDENT:

SECRETARY:
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CHAIRMAN OF COMMISSION ON TOURISM:


VICE-PRESIDENT:

SECRETARY:

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PRESIDENT OF THE COMMISSION ON SECURITY AND PEACE:
DR. CHAWKI EL-MASRI

VICE-PRESIDENT:

SECRETARY:


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CHAIRMAN OF COMMISSION ON INTERNATIONAL YOUTH LEADERS:


VICE-PRESIDENT:

SECRETARY:





Heads of State or Government, diplomats, members of national and foreign governments, international organizations and presidents of national and foreign personalities who are invited.



Directors

Members in charge of administrative control of the ISAF, professionals, academics and teachers who participate in committees and activities of the foundation.

Professors

Displayed at academic seminars, courses and lectures organized by the institution.
 Adherents

All those people who demonstrate their interest and support for our institution whose incorporation has been approved by the board.
 Institutional

Institutions or public or private companies that demonstrate your interest in our projects to support the ISAF.



Our Representatives and Ambassadors

REPUBLIC OF CHILE

Héctor Armando Zurita Anabalón
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REPUBLIC OF COLOMBIA

Dr. Hernán Alejandro Olano García
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REPUBLIC OF PERU

Dr. Aldo Palomino
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REPUBLIC OF FRANCIA

Hon. Ambassador Dr. Vincent Daussy
Hon. Deputy Ambassador Lic. Jocelyne Borowicz
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PLURINATIONAL STATE OF BOLIVIA

Dr. Freddy Gonzalez Flores
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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Hon. Ambassador Dr. Michael R. Bradle

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ITALIAN REPUBLIC

Monsignor Senator VIKTOR BUSA
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REPUBLIC OF TURKEY

 Hon Ambassador Dr. Kemal Yildirim
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REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA

Hon. Ambassador Dr. Kemal Yildirim
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LEBANESE REPUBLIC and Middle East

 Hon.  Ambassador Dr. Haissam BOU-SAID

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RUSSIAN FEDERATION 


.Hon. Ambassador Dr. Elina Korshunova

.Hon. Ambassador Dr. Vladimir IVANOV


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REPUBLIC OF VANUATU

Hon. Ambassador Dr. Tony Naliupis

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REPUBLIC OF SRI-LANKA

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REPUBLIC OF INDIA

Hon.Ambassador Dr. Madu KRISHAN

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FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA

Hon. Ambassador Dr. Ahmed Musa Alhaji


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UNITED ARAB EMIRATES


Hon. Ambassador Dr.Haiman Hmmad Hassan EL NAHAL


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ORIENTAL REPUBLIC OF URUGUAY


Hon. Ambassador Lic. Elisa PEISINO 
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ACTIVITIES

 Campaign No to Snuff
 Delhi Zero Waste Campaign
 International Promotion

World March for Peace and Nonviolence
 OUR CONTRIBUTION TO SOCIETY

International Library "Prof. RICHARD J. Serralta”

Historical Archive
 International University "September 11"

LINKS WITH OTHER INSTITUTIONS

World Parliament of States

General Belgrano Museum

Zero Waste Delhi

Heraldry Civil Order of Friendship

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Our Ambassador Dr. Mokthar Mejri, submit the International Social Action Foundation in the :
World Parliamentary Forum TUNISIA












Parliamentary Network WORLDInvitation to the World Parliamentary Forum TUNISIA27-28 March 2013March 1, 2013Dear fellow parliamentarians,The next World Parliamentary Forum (FPM) in Tunis under the World Social Forum (WSF), and in parallel with it. It aims to bring together parliamentarians who adhere to the Charter of the World Social Forum to exchange ideas and advance proposals for action in order to make this statement "another world is possible."The World Parliamentary Forum was created in January 2001 in Porto Alegre at the initiative of the deputies Tarcisio Zimmerman (Member of Parliament of Brazil) and Francis Wurtz (MEP), to support the World Social Forum in counter Economic Forum in Davos (Switzerland). After Porto Alegre, the World Parliamentary Forum meeting in Cancun, (with a clear message to the Ministerial Conference of the WTO), Mumbai, Caracas, Bamako, Nairobi, Belém (Brazil) and Dakar.The World Parliamentary Forum is a process rather than an event. Some of its members work together within the framework of the Parliamentary Network World to work together, year after year, to issues of peace and a world based on economic justice. The aim of MPF is to establish better cooperation between progressive parliamentarians willing to work together, and in interaction with social movements and networks, to build alternatives to neoliberal globalizationWe hereby invite Tunes Parliamentary Forum, which suggest that the overall program is as follows:World Parliamentary Forum TunisiaMarch 27-28, 2013The University Mannar (Tunes)Wednesday March 27:4pm: Opening Session4:30 pm-6: 30pm: Debate 1: "What actions of parliamentarians for women's rights?"Thursday March 28:9am: Debate 2: "That parliamentary activities could promote peace in the southern Mediterranean and the Sahel"11am: Debate 3: "Migration, free-trade policies, austerity and debt, and resolve contradictions?"1pm-1: 30pm: Closing SessionOf course for the update of the Parliamentary Network World, emphasis will be on creating a chapter Maghreb.The World Parliamentary Forum will be open to all participants of the World Social Forum. To announce its presence, invite parliamentarians to join the World Parliamentary Forum specifically sending an email to the following address:forumparlementairemondial2013@gmail.com