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DECLARATION UNIVERSELLE DES DROITS ET DES DEVOIRS DES   JEUNES GENTS

DECLARATION UNIVERSELLE DES DROITS ET DES DEVOIRS DES JEUNES GENTS


En 1993, à l’occasion du 1°Congrès International d'Adolescentologie : Assisi 1993 « Faire paix avec la vie », conscients que les jeunes représentent le future du monde, et non des instruments du pouvoir , de lucre ou de mort ,dans le but de construire un idéal et un code éthique commun pour les jeunes, les peuples et les nations, qui défendent les droits et afferment les devoirs des jeunes , la Société Italienne d'Adolescentologie a présenté à les Nations , pour l'approbation formelle de l’assemblée de l’ONU la :

"DECLARATION UNIVERSELLE DES DROITS ET DES DEVOIRS DES JEUNES GENTS"

Énoncée comme suit :

1) Le droit a une alimentation saine et suffisante pour pouvoir penser étudier ,travailler, communiquer. Le droit à un habitat sain et confortable où pouvoir vivre avec dignité.

2) Le droit à la liberté de religion ,pensée, parole, information, association, mouvement et le devoir de respecter et défendre telle liberté.

3) Le droit de respecter religions ,nationalités, races, ethnies, et cultures diverses et le droit de défendre sa propre appartenance religieuse, ethnique et nationale

4) Le droit à l' étude et le devoir de s’y engager pour pouvoir développer ses propres ressources créatives pour le bien être individuel et social.

5) Le droit au travail et le devoir de s’engager avec honnêteté et justices pour construire les ressources nécessaires pour la création et le maintient du travail.

6) Le droit de se servir de tous moyens de communication a fin de promouvoir et de défendre la liberté, la vérité, la justice ,la paix, la vie ,la solidarité, dans la




conscience individuelle et sociale.

7) Le devoir de prendre soin de soi en évitant et en empêchant dans son propre milieu de vie la diffusion de tout comportement et moyen qui pourrai endommager la propre santé et celle des autres.

8) Le droit d’être assistés et soignés dans la maladie , le devoir d'aider à la mesure du possible les personnes de tous les âges socialement et humainement désavantagées.

9) Le droit et le devoir de respecter et défendre sa vie et celle de tous les êtres humains de la conception à la mort.

10) Le devoir d'aider et respecter ses parents et le droit d’être aidés et respectés par eux .

Le droit de se marier et procréer en constituant sa famille sans conditionnements culturels familials , sociaux et religieux.

Le devoir de garantir respectueusement ensemble avec son partenaire un cadre de vie serein et riche d’amour pour l’éducation et le développement des ressources affectives, cognitives morales et religieuses , à la maison ,au nutriment à l’entretient des enfants en construisant et en recevant tout support nécessaire pour ce la .

11) Le devoir de promouvoir ,conserver et respecter les œuvres de la création et de la civilité humaine.

Le devoir de promouvoir, respecter, défendre la vie de l’environnement naturel

12) Le devoir de promouvoir, conserver, et défendre la liberté, la justice, la fraternité ,la paix universelle entre les personnes ,les peuples et les nations avec la coopération, l’engagement affectif, le courage, morale et intellectuel, le travail dans l’esprit de Dieu, vérité et amour universel et éternel .


Ecrit, au nom de Dieu auprès de la Société Italienne d 'Adolescentologie par Giuseppe R. Brera , président.

Milan, Italie, Europe, 25 Décembre 1992.*18 Décembre 1994* 5 mars 2012**

Approuvé par le conseil des délégués de la Société Italienne d'Adolescentologie le 24 janvier 1993.* 18Mars 1995°




Régistrée dans la Republique Italienne à la date du 30 .01.1993 auprès du notaire Dr Carlo Corso in Milano con atto n° 59567/4946, di repertorio.

Au 16. 07.2004 – les Etats adhérants à la déclaration sont les suivants : Sixto A .Duran Ballen président de la République Equatorienne (1993) ; Jean Bertrand Aristide président de la République Haïtienne;(1993) ; la Région Lombardie (1996) ; la Roumanie..(1998). Chefs d'Etats qui ont adhéré formellement ...le Roi d'Espagne Juan Carlos de Borbone (1993).








THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF YOUTH RIGHTS AND DUTIES


UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF YOUTH RIGHTS AND DUTIES


Presented in 1993, at the First International Congress entitled "Assisi '93: Make Peace with Life" aimed to increase global awareness that young people represent the future of the world. Young people are not to be exploited as mere tools of power, profit, and death. Assisi ’93 addressed a common ethical code for youths, people, and nations. To defend the rights and duties of young people, the Italian Society of Adolescentology introduced to the U.N. Assembly for its formal approval of the UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF YOUTH RIGHTS AND DUTIES. The statement of its points follows:


1) The right to a healthy regimen of nutrition sufficient to enable young people to think, study, work and communicate; the right to a healthy and comfortable home where youths can live in a dignified manner;


2) The right to freedom of religion, thought, speech, information, association, movement and the duty to respect and defend such freedom;


3) The duty to respect religions, nationalities, races, ethnic groups and cultures different from one's own and the right to defend one' s religious, ethnic, and national appurtenance;


4) The right to an education and the duty to apply oneself in one's studies to be able to develop one's creative resources for individual and social well-being;


5) The right to work and the duty to commit oneself with honor and justice so to build the necessary resources to create and maintain the work;

6) The right to use every means of communication to promote and defend freedom, truth, justice, peace, life and solidarity, to attain individual and social well-being.

7) The duty to maintain one's own state of health by avoiding and obstructing, within one's environment, any means or behavior which could damage one's own or another person's health;

8) The right to have medical aid and care when ill; the duty to aid, within one's abilities, people of every age who are in a state of human and social disadvantage;

9) The right and duty to respect and defend one's own life and that of every human being from conception until death;

10) The duty to aid and respect one's own parents and the right to be aided and respected by them; the right to marry and procreate by constituting a family without cultural, familial, social and religious restrictions. The duty to provide responsibly, along with one's spouse, for: a family environment which is serene and full of love; for the education and development of affective, cognitive, moral and religious resources; for a home; for nutrition; and, for the care of children




by building and receiving all the necessary support needed.*

11) The duty to promote, conserve and respect works of intelligence and human civilization: the duty to promote, respect and defend the natural environment.

12) The duty to promote, conserve and defend liberty, justice, brotherhood and, universal peace among people and nations with cooperation, commitment, work, and moral and intellectual courage, in God’s spirit of eternal and universal Truth and Love;

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Written in the name of God, in the Seat of the Italian Society of Adolescentology by Giuseppe Rodolfo Brera, M.D., Milan, Italy, Europe - December 25, 1992,* December 18, 1994, March 5, 2012

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Approved by the Council of Delegates of the Italian Society of Adolescentology - January 24, 1993

Presented at the International Congress “Assisi 93: Make Peace with Life” - October 22, 1993

Registered in Milan, Italy, Europe by the notary Carlo Corso on January 30, 1993 with Public Act n. 59567/4946. Recognized by the King of Spain, Juan Carlos of Borbone, the Republic of Ecuador, by the President of Haiti J.B. Aristide, by Romania, Lombardia region, Italy, and submitted for approval to other different countries.

Ethical Foundation of the World Federation and Society of Adolescentology, the Italian Society of Adolescentology and Adolescence Medicine, and Ambrosiana University in Milan, Italy




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BY- LAW OF THE WORLD FEDERATION AND SOCIETY OF ADOLESCENTOLOGY

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BY- LAW OF THE WORLD FEDERATION

AND SOCIETY OF ADOLESCENTOLOGY

founded in 1994 in Milan by Giuseppe R.Brera

after the Conference "Adolescence and Family"

held with the UN cooperation 

 

1. FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES

The Members of the World Federation and Society of Adolescentology (WFSA)/ Federation et Societé Internationale d'Adolescentologie (FSIA)/ Federaciòn y Sociedad Internacional d' Adolescentologìa/ Federazione e Società Internazionale di Adolescentologia embrace the principles of the Universal Declaration of Youth's Rights and Duties and support their dissemination through the world. Members of the WFSA/FSIA support and endorse campaigns promoting health education and sex education based on awareness, knowledge and freedom of action, motivated by the individual's sense of responsibility and commitment to truth, love and beauty and respect for human dignity. Such decisions and actions are based on respect for the sanctity of human nature and for life from conception until death.

2. AIMS

A. The aims of the WFSA/FSIA include the promotion of theoretical and applied scientific research in Medicine,Psychology and Educational Sciences, Sociology, Social Work, and any other relevant sciences in accordance with the following epistemology.

I. The researcher will endeavour to help the adolescent understand the mystery of one's own subjective existence through introspection so as to aspire to self-realization, a commitment to the sanctity of life, the improvement of inter- and intra-personal relations. Accordingly, the goal is to admire an optimal and satisfying existential reality which provides meaning to existence.

II.While promoting well being, health, and welfare of the adolescent the researcher and the clinician will endeavour to help adolescents reveal and fulfil their creative potential thus discovering, experiencing and achieving existential significance and self realization.

B. The establishment of a) WFSA/FSIA national representatives, b) at least one Cultural Home for each continent and, c) at least one International Centre of Research on Adolescence and Youth and Youth Health Centre.

3. MEMBERSHIP

A. Founding Members

Maurizio Bosio, Giuseppe R. Brera, (Founder), Milena Cerna, Marc Dubois, Nabil El-Zahhar, Amalia Escalona, Peter Greven, Jana Hamanova, Philipe Van Meerbeeck, Irene Namislowska, Donata Potito, Ewa Stepien, Miguel Tobal, Le Roy Travis, Claudio Violato,Bozena Wzeborowska, Nuri Xhepa.

B. Members in Good Standing

All those involved in clinical applications and research on adolescence and youth who have paid the annual fee.

C. Supporting Members

All those interested in supporting research on adolescence and youth and disseminating the Universal Declaration of Youth's Rights and Duties at the light of WFSA/FSIA principles and aims..

D. Insitutional Members

All National Societies of Adolescentology and Adolescent Medicine which subscribe to the Universal Declaration of Youth's Rights and duties and WFSA/FSIA epistemological principles..

4. ORGANS

A. Executive Board

Consists of President, Past President, President Elect, Director(s) of the International Research Centre(s), two delegates of the Founding Members and the Founder. The Board represents the




WFSA/FSIA on all matters and makes decisions about the development of the Society and all of its business. The Board upholds and promotes the by-laws of the society.

B. The President

-is the legal representative of the WFSA/FSIA

-promotes and coordinates the activities of the WFSA/FSIA with the board cooperation

-upholds and promotes the by-laws of the WFSA/FSIA

-at least every three years calls the WFSA/FSIA General Assembly during the triennial Conference

-initiates and promotes international relationships between countries and international organizations

-is elected every three years by the General Assembly

C. Past-President

- Supports the President and discharges his duties when the president is unable

D. The Director(s) of the International Centre(s) of Research on Adolescence and Youth

-promote and coordinate the scientific activity of the WFSA/FSIA International Research Centre(s).

E. The General Assembly

- is constituted by the members in good standing and the legal representatives of the Institutional Members

- is called by the President every three years during the WFSA/FSIA triennial Conference

- approves the Presidential report on the triennial activity of the Society

- approves the triennial financial reports presented by the Secretary-Treasurer

- elects the President, the Secretary-Treasurer

- has the power to change the by-law with exception of the articles 1 (Fundamental Principles),2 (Aims) and 3 (Membership)

- the Secretary should be from the same country as the President and is elected every three years by the General Assembly

 

 

F.The Secretary-treasurer

- is elected by the executive board

- every three years presents to the Assembly the WFSA final

balance

- coordinates the relationships between the Members,the Board and the President

- is authorized to give receipts

- can nominate a Vice-Secretary

G. Founding Board Delegates

- is formed by the Founder and two delegates from the Founding Members

- the two delegates are elected every three years by the Founding Members

- support the Executive Board in joining social duties.

- they ensure the spirit of the Society in the light of the Universal Declaration of Youth's Rights and Dutie

- they cover the duty of Probi Viri.