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CCLP Worldwide granted Special Consultative Status with United Nations Economic and Social Council
08/03/2012, 8:34 am
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CCLP Worldwide granted Special Consultative Status with United Nations Economic and Social Council


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Mi querido amigo y honorable colega Dr. Vikrant, mis felicitaciones por su magnifica gestión, y mi reconocimiento y cariño, a los componentes de nuestro equipo, por su cooperación en nuestros proyectos, y su dedicación plena en darlo todo por nuestra institución que no es otra cosa que seguir nuestras normas, y unir fuerzas y trabajo, para llegar a conseguir los objetivos marcados en la carta de las Naciones Unidas en todas sus áreas para el siglo XXI, y os insto a seguir por este camino…En el que nos encontramos comprometidos.
Que el Maestro de Maestros Jesucristo, nos ayude en nuestro empeño.
Un cariñoso saludo para todos desde España con mi respeto y consideración.
Jenaro

Comment by Jenaro Rosemary Shepherd

SAFETY CONCERN (ORGANIZED CRIME AND TERRORISM IN NIGERIA)The penetration of criminal factors and their alarming proliferation NIGERIA concern in recent times and much to accident, at the same time, however, is an emerging consensus in the academic community local non-state actors, and often play a role central to efforts to deal with armed groups within their communities. For example, the main leaders of the Sufi Muslim community in Nigeria strongly condemn the violent actions of Boko Haram. Certain types of organizations: the informal structures of power, such as ethnic groups, clans, sects, religious or tribal systems, the intelligence services can offer to help address complaints and, in some cases against threats local human security. There are signs of sad reality is that while many military and security forces in African communities and urban centers have the potential to strengthen over time, updating consensus, programming and updating of its “NATIONAL SECURITY” which still has a long way to go due to institutional constraints and economic constraints. However, this does not imply the status apparent weakness that African communities are being addressed. In fact, according to a study by the Centre for Law Enforcement Education. Foundations, non-state actors, such as agencies of ethnic associations, religious organizations, neighborhood groups, and a coordination plan integrated intelligence center and carry out the functional coordination of the different police systems and knowledge social statistics from local police to perceive and understand the cultural factors and traditions and adapt positively, and bring them back in terms of peaceful coexistence and common good of the citizenry. All organizations, state police are subject to continuous recycling in terms of proliferation and new offenses and therefore not free of problems and challenges (due to transparency issues, abuse occasionally, and others, but such local capacity could be developed further and used to reinforce local police efforts to combat criminal activity in terms of form, along with cooperation agreements with different international countries in Africa and with international agreements and advice brought about United Nations .

Comment by Jenaro Rosemary Shepherd

Organized Crime and TerrorismThe response of the governments of West and Central Africa to the seriouschallenges posed by transnational organized crime to develop theireconomies and societies has been limited mainly to updating regulationsand legal frameworks to accommodate conventions and protocols of the UN.However, this approach has yielded mixed results, as the implementationNew laws generally depend on numerous factors, some of whichbeyond the control of local governments. The valiant efforts and definedto eliminate corruption, as the campaign implemented by the Government of thePresident of Nigeria, should produce dramatic results if they have theenough back in time to create a virtuous circle. Similarly, thedecision to give due priority to political and financial transparency andassurances from countries such as Cape Verde is also an important signal andpositive for all countries in the region.But most importantly, the international community as a whole hasfinally reached the conclusion that security, the rule of law, justice andtransparency are essential (or preconditions for countriesjust out of a conflict) to make any realistic strategydevelopment. These factors are, without doubt, the very roots on whichmust be based on “social contract” between people and states, where the needto ensure security for all should be set in a context in whichagreed laws governing the interaction between people. In many parts of AfricaWestern and Central Europe, is being debated the essence of the contract.Religious terrorismIslamist sect Boko Haram faced the army and police in the city of Damaturu, where another 40 people were killed, bringing the total to the figure of 106. “The truth is that the reaction of the Christians was unfortunate, but this is not a religious war,” he says by telephone from Kaduna Jonathan Maigari, volunteering at a Christian youth organization that performs social work. “The question is about politics, Boko Haram is using religion but hides his true motives, which are political.””In the next elections in 2014, could never win a Muslim, so what Boko Haram is trying to create a state of anarchy in which Jonathan [Goodluck Jonathan, President of Nigeria] fall, so they try to impose a Muslim president, “he reasons Maigari.The truth is that Boko Haram, which so far this year has killed more than 560 people, was established in 2002 to establish a government policy to be based on Sharia law in the State of Borno in the northeast corner of Nigeria. At that time he also created for social and mosques and schools in which poor families could enroll their children. In addition, Mohammed Yusuf, the founder, succeeded in increasing the number of followers of the group criticizing the corruption of the Federal Government of Nigeria.The 160 million inhabitants of this country are divided about equally between the mainly Muslim north and predominantly Christian south. To complicate matters, the south, very rich in oil resources, is relatively more developed than the north.However, Boko Haram changed decisively in 2009. Its militants had become more radical and, in July of that year, a police action against the sect ended with a series of clashes that killed nearly 700 people, including Mohammed Yusuf, who was in police custody. Since then, Boko Haram has been dedicated to carry out attacks against different targets in the northern part of Nigeria.Boko Haram and religious terrorismBoko Haram and want to hide their religious persuasion Islamic terrorism, but does not work! “Says Kunle Amuwo, Nigeria analyst for the International Crisis Group (ICG).” Such a conflict is not possible in Nigeria, where millions of Muslims who do not support Boko Haram, who say the Koran and the prophet does not speak of you have to kill anybody. “According Amuwo, the reasons behind the insurgency Boko Haram, which it considers a terrorist group, are primarily economic. “They want more control over some resources, for example would like to control some of the resources of the Niger Delta (where the oil fields),” he says by phone from Dakar (Senegal).Also yesterday, for the first time, the State Department officially labeled the United States three members of Boko Haram as terrorists, although it did the same with the sect itself. Abubakar Shekau It is considered the group’s leader, Abubakar Adam Kambar and Khalid al Barnawi.And no one really seems to know the collective objectives of Boko Haram, a somewhat nebulous, composed of different factions and over time has been changed from its stated goals. “They do not fight for the poor, do not fight in the name of god, do not fight corruption because the rich do not attack, so whatever you are struggling so, come and tell us,” exclaimed the young Jonathan Christian Maigari.The sect itself has tried to identify with the country’s Muslim population, but their actions have not found an echo in it. At one point wanted to impose Sharia across the country and another gave an ultimatum to the northern Christians to abandon their homes. “Boko Haram … I think they do not know Islam,” reflects Sani Mustapha Salih, a retired physician Kaduna and Islamic preacher, “the Holy Quran does not say anywhere that there is an opposition between Christians and Muslims.””The Jewish God, the Christian God and Muslim God are the same and therefore we should all live in peace,” said Mustapha by telephone.All respondents agree that the vast majority of the 80 million Nigerian Muslims are moderate and almost virtually all are contrary to the actions of Boko Haram.”The solution? First, the army and police should be avoided at all costs extrajudicial” begins to answer Amuwo ICG. “In addition, Nigeria has to work with ECOWAS (the Economic Community of West Africa), with the European Union and the international community on issues such as improving its security forces and intelligence activities. And at the same time, the Government Nigeria needs to alleviate poverty, implement good governance, fight corruption, make policies more inclusive and more local participation … “It would seem that the Nigerian authorities, harshly criticized at home for his inability to stop the violence, he is much work ahead to address this crisis and non-settlement of Islamic terrorism in Nigeria ..

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