The World Federation of Intercultural Journalists (WOFIJ) is concern to widely reframe the meaning for religion to avoid further exclamations and recalls religious issues recounting in across the world.
Following the WOFIJ paradigm which is an confederation within the global media professional networks that is responsible for promoting intercultural issues through peace, social justice, human rights and research for international security by investigating the PCVEE matters through international cooperation on journalism mediation, educational programs, science innovations and cultural programs.
In addition to that, WOFIJ is also has special refrains or fields of action that require a multidisciplinary approach as they do not fit into one distinct refrains. Some of these fields include Climate Change, Gender Equality, Languages and Multilingualism and Education for Sustainable Development.
The World Federation of Intercultural Journalists (WOFIJ) is an intergovernmental confederation but independent, neutral ensuring the cultural and humanitarian protection and assistance for both traditional and citizen journalism professionals. It takes action in response to emergencies and promotes respect for international humanitarian law and its implementation in national law.
Based on the knowledge and experience of the Intercultural integration programme, the WOFIJ recommendation is developing societies in across the world from national, regional and global level in order to endorse an community integration plan through intercultural dialogues approach to diversity and inclusion as it remedies the shortcomings of past policies and enables the realization of the advantages of diversity.
The World Federation of Intercultural Journalists (WOFIJ) president H. E. Rev. Daud Abdi Daud acknowledges that governments are the backbone for policy innovation which can make an important contribution to social cohesion by adopting the intercultural approach.
The WOFIJ recommendation invites both the developed nations and the developing countries to make use of Step by step such WOFIJ recommendations and ideas as practical guide for applying the urban model of intercultural integration the UN agencies can also take the lead and by asking the states to take the urban model of intercultural integration into account when revising and further developing national migrant integration policies.
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