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RELIGIOUS FREEDOM: PROMOTING PEACE AND HUMAN DIGNITY THROUGH RELIGION

Remus MARIAN

 The United Nations Charter, signed in San Francisco on June 26, 1945 and in force on October

24, 1945, proclaims in its preamble the belief of the peoples of the United Nations as „the
fundamental human rights, the dignity and the value of the human person, the equality of rights
between men and women, as well as the large and small nations”, with the decision to „create the
conditions necessary to maintain the justice and the observance of the obligations deriving from
treaties and other sources of international law, to promote social progress and better living conditions
in a greater freedom". In order to achieve this, Member States have committed themselves to
tolerance and to living in peace with each other as good neighbors to join forces and efforts to
maintain international peace, to use international institutions to promote progress economic and
social background of all peoples. This is how the United Nations Charter was adopted to establish an
international organization called the United Nations. In proposing to maintain international peace,
the United Nations shall make international cooperation in resolving all issues in promoting human
rights and fundamental freedoms for all without distinction as to race, sex, language or religion.

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