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1 Activity Report By the middle of the 21 st century, the world s population will have reached 9 billion people. If we do not take action, we will condemn our children to living on a disfigured planet, to confronting the rising threat of conflicts over scarce resources. Jacques Chirac, Fontainebleau, November 3, Support the Fondation Chirac

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3 A WORD FROM PREsident Jacques Chirac Our world is suffering from a crisis across several fronts: political, economic, social, cultural, ecological. If we do not act now, the gap will further widen between those left behind by globalization and those who are able to follow the movement. The world has entered the digital age and yet over one billion people still do not have enough food to eat; 884 million people lack access to improved water sources. These figures illustrate the scandal inherent in the violation of these basic rights, in the sacrifice of these lives. People continue to die of malnutrition, especially young children. Every year, millions of people die of thirst or waterrelated diseases; they are victims of this silent tragedy. Solutions do exist. They require we all work together: decision-making bodies - States, International Organizations, Communities - and of course civil society. In October 2011, my Fondation focused on highlighting these solutions for the Sahel, a region troubled by political tensions, affected by climate change, and undermined by difficult access to water and food. We organized a forum of solidarity for water in the Niger basin and presented the resulting solutions at the sixth World Water Forum in Marseille. The Fondation s incessant pleas for the United Nation to recognize the right to clean water and sanitation as a universal human right have had positive results. Advocacy efforts will be pursued to ensure that universal access to this basic right will become a reality. Africa is also the major crossroad of a vile traffic, that of falsified medicines. The Fondation continues to tirelessly battle this trade, joining forces with its partners. I hope that this traffic, that affects the most vulnerable of us all, the sick, will be finally criminalized, particularly through the application of the MEDI- CRIME Convention developed by the Council of Europe. This must be done so that those who benefit from the suffering of others be sentenced in adequation with what I unhesitatingly deem as health assaults. The Fondation has also strengthened its ties with its partner, the Pan- African Organization for Health, which in its outpatient treatment centers in Africa, focuses on maternal and child health, including preventing mother-tochild HIV/AIDS transmission. Rights closely related to water, health, and nutrition urgently need to become realities. In order for the most vulnerable populations - poor farmers, women, indigenous peoples - to freely earn a dignified livelihood, it is important to guarantee the right to food and to equitable access to arable land and forest resources. This is why the Fondation also works with The Forest Trust, in its struggle to curtail uncontrolled deforestation, and with the Council of Notaries, so that property rights are recognized for the most fragile populations. In 2012, the Fondation Board is focusing its advocacy on the urgent need to establish good practices and greater transparency in large-scale financial transactions over land. As for cultural diversity, it is the unquestionable hallmark of pacified societies based on respect for the Other. With support from the Fondation, the association Sorosoro, so the languages of the world may live on! has identified many endangered languages. After a three year partnership, the Fondation plans to expand the program by strengthening its links with other associations, offering them greater visibility. Respect for cultural diversity as the pillar of peace, and peace as a condition for sustainable development, this is the vision that upholds each of the Fondation s projects. For this reason, I am particularly pleased that preparations are under way for the fourth edition of the Prize for Conflict Prevention that honors women and men of courage and determination as was the case in 2009 for Pastor James Wuye, Imam Ashafa and Park Jae-kyu; in 2010 for Mario Giro and Lakhdar Brahimi; and in 2011 for Marguerite Barankitse and Louise Arbour. They are exemplary figures of humanity and we are all proud to honor their work. Jacques Chirac fondation chirac / : working for peace 1

4 CONTENTS A WORD FROM PRESIDENT JACQUES CHIRAC p.1 A WORD FROM THE FOUNDERS p.4 THE FONDATION CHIRAC p.6 A word from the Managing Director p.6 Working for PEACE p.7 - Jacques Chirac s plea p.7 - Jacques Chirac s commitments for development p.8 ABOUT THE FONDATION p.10 - Milestones / Statutes p.10 - Commitments / The Fondation and its partners p.11 - Two years of work p.12 - Programs / 2012 budget plan p p.14 THE PRIZE FOR CONFLICT PREVENTION p.16 - How does it work? p JURY p Committee of Experts p.19 - Partners p.21 THE LAUREATES P P P.24 - Focus on the laureates P.26 MEDIA AND CONFLICT PREVENTION P.27 ACCESS TO WATER AND SANITATION p.28 THE RIGHT TO WATER p.30 - AquaOrbi, field partner p.31 ACHIEVEMENTS p.32 - From Bamako... to Marseille p.32 DECENTRALISED COOPERATION / Partners p.35 2

5 ACCESS TO QUALITY MEDICINES AND HEALTHCARE p.36 MOBILIZATION p.38 - The Cotonou Declaration P.38 - Falsified medicines, how to fight them? P.39 - International bodies / French Ministry of Foreign Affairs P.40 FIELD WORK p.41 - With the OPALS P.41 AWARENESS p.42 Partners p.43 ACCESS TO LAND RESOURCES p.44 - Stakes / Landmarks P.45 THREATS TO NATURE AND TO MaN p.46 ANSWERS p.47 - Establishing dialogue between actors and training local experts P.47 - Influencing the economy, educating architects P.48 - Land rights P.49 PARTNERS p.51 DEFENDING CULTURAL DIVERSITY p.52 ENDANGERED LANGUAGES p.53 ANSWERS p.54 KEY DATES / Partners p.55 THE FONDATION CHIRAC p.56 HOW THE FONDATION WORKS P.57 - The Honor Committee p.57 - The Board of Directors p.58 - Permanent Staff / The Partner Committee p.59 A WORD from THE DONORS p.60 THE DONORS p.62 fondation chirac / : working for peace 3

6 a word from the founders The Fondation Chirac chose to be a foundation for advocacy, focused on education to further conflict prevention. This is a sensitive subject, with many dimensions and multiple implications, which the President outlined clearly in his inaugural address. The Fondation s contribution lies in the relationship between the need to preserve cultural and biological diversity and conflict prevention. This is a vast field and little has been done. We have proven this with our work with certain populations in the Congo for example. In the key field of fighting against falsified medicines, the Fondation has enabled breakthroughs, thanks to its partnership with highly committed private and public actors. The issue is now discussed at the highest political level. Steps have been taken. The Cotonou Declaration and support for Benin s quality control laboratory for medicines, undertaken in conjunction with the Fondation Pierre Fabre, have allowed the international community to mobilize against a previously ignored scourge. By raising awareness, the Fondation remains true to President Chirac s efforts and his fight for peace. I believe the Fondation has kept its promises thus far on these issues. Valérie Terranova When I returned from Washington D.C., after thirteen years as Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, I was greatly honored by President Chirac s appointment as his personal representative for the New Partnership for Africa s economic development. I found myself in the ideal position to measure his sincerity, the depth of his commitment to the development of Africa and to poor countries in general, as well as to better appreciate the magnitude of his vision of major global problems, such as the environment, cultural encounters, defending peace... Like many of those who have had the privilege of being associated with his efforts, I consider it highly worthwhile to develop an instrument that helps perpetuate - even modestly - the insights and efforts he has undertaken. I therefore did not hesitate to accept leadership of a team invested with the creation of a charitable foundation. The cause was so clear that it was established in record time. A single memory is enough to illustrate how the Fondation was received. It was my responsibility to contact some twenty international figures at the highest levels - Heads of State or intellectuals of the highest rank - to ask if they would join an Honor Committee to help define our goals and strategies. I only had twenty calls to make. I received a clear, resounding yes twenty times. That says it all. Michel Camdessus 4

7 Throughout President Chirac s political career, especially during his two terms as France s President, he has always branded his desire to prevent or resolve conflicts within the UN framework with his international commitment. He has clearly demonstrated his respect for cultures from all the different continents, for their diversity and their own history, through his knowledge of them. This is illustrated notably by the creation of the Musée du Quai Branly, his support of the Musée Guimet, and for the new departments of Islamic Art and primitive art at the Louvre. Finally, he has consistently emphasized his concern for major issues such as poverty, health, and the environment, including the survival of the planet; never hesitating to recommend original and prescient means of funding to cope. After having fulfilled his responsibilities as head of state, he wanted to pursue his commitment through his Fondation, particularly by rewarding women and men who act in the service of peace, overcoming ethnic, cultural or religious divides through field efforts that often remain ignored. After representing my country in the Middle and Far East, when President Chirac asked me to join at the outset his Fondation, he was allowing me to continue serving the key ideas that uphold his efforts, at a more modest and yet equally symbolic level. Jean-Pierre Lafon In November 2007, the Fondation Chirac pledged to work for peace, sustainable development, and dialogue among peoples, to continue President Chirac s fight to ensure that peace prevailed over factors of war around the world. Since then, the Fondation has worked hard advocating for peace, trying to raise awareness so that conflict prevention becomes a collective, worldwide axiom. Preventing conflicts means acting collectively on a daily basis for the respect of cultures and their environment, for access to drinking water and quality healthcare for each human being. The Fondation programs were thus defined. Since its inception, they have been deployed vigorously and with steadfast commitment; and through a multitude of events, they have led public and private actors to become more aware, to work so that peace prevails over the forces of war. Of these programs, I am singling out the Fondation Chirac Prize for Conflict Prevention that honors each year, women and men who embody its core values through their actions in favor of peace, dialogue between peoples, and through their respect for others. The award ceremony is now a much anticipated event; applauded here in France and beyond. This recognition is proof of how appropriate the Fondation Chirac s vision has turned out to be in the service of peace, as well as of the success of its efforts. René Ricol In his political career, President Chirac always strove to maintain cultural pluralism, through a dialogue between cultures, the respect of individual identity, and social peace. The creation of the Fondation pour le Droit Continental, in which I participated, is only one illustration of his political achievements. I was therefore very pleased to be able to share the humanism that guided his political career, by contributing to the creation of the Fondation Chirac. I saw doors open quickly: the concerned ministries - Interior, Environment, and Foreign Affairs - all gave their approval. The relevance of its goal, the coherence of its programs, and the means of action to implement them were approved. The Fondation Chirac was the object of a decree several months later, on March 7, 2008, recognizing it as a non-governmental, State-approved Foundation and conferring upon it the status of a host foundation. Today, this Fondation plays a special role in the landscape of French and European non-governmental organizations. As a foundation of a former head of state, it has demonstrated its ability to promote dialogue, exchange ideas, techniques, and values between traditional NGOs, directors of State institutions, and international organizations in an effort to build joint projects in favor of sustainable development. Bernard Vatier fondation chirac / : working for peace 5

8 The Fondation chirac For the past four years, the Fondation Chirac has developed programs that fight to ensure universal access for every human being to water and sanitation, to quality medicines and healthcare, to equitable access to land resources, and for the respect of every culture and language in an approach that has been planned and formulated by a former head of state: the defense of cultural diversity and sustainable development are intimately linked and are the necessary conditions for building a peaceful world. President Jacques Chirac s Fondation is based as much on his humanist vision as it is on his many, forceful commitments to these basic human rights, his vision s ability to mobilize others to create the conditions required for dialogue, and his capacity to federate entities around concrete actions that promote the shared and equitable management of natural resources. This non-governmental, humanitarian organization works on several axes: organizing conferences, seminars, and events to facilitate dialogue and solidarity between different actors; updating activity information using its website and the print edition of its newsletters. Flexible decision-making structures, which rely on internationally recognized figures and leading experts who all volunteer their expertise as well as on a permanent team, select field efforts for each of the programs. The process has proven that the Fondation Chirac has strengthened its position on the issue of conflict prevention. The Prize best illustrates this position. It is awarded annually to a person who has dedicated his life to resolving conflicts between political, religious, or ethnic communities. There exists many other examples of the Fondation Chirac s positioning, examples of field activities that are acknowledged and applauded by those involved with development. In the field of health, the Cotonou Declaration, launched by the President in October 2009, initiated a merciless battle against falsified medicines. The Declaration was followed by mobilization at all levels against this scourge. One example was the Ouagadougou round table in September This large scale meeting gathered together all stakeholders to define a regional strategy Plan that would unite both public and private partners in West Africa against this crime. The Forum Solidarity for water in Niger Basin countries is another example of the Fondation Chirac s mobilizing capacities and influence. It was held in Bamako in October 2011 in partnership with the Republic of Mali. It brought together heads of state as well as political, economic, and civil society leaders in favor of the right to water, a right that was recognized as a fundamental human right by the UN in July The Fondation is committed to defending this right and so chose the Sahel, a fragile region that is even more vulnerable today as it suffers under the grip of violent tensions. This progress report will detail other actions undertaken by the Fondation Chirac. In 2012, it intends to expand its effort to advocate for access to land, another fundamental human right as well as being a prerequisite for food security. This right has become tenuous as massive investments in arable lands have been undertaken just as the effects of climate change have made themselves felt. It is urgently necessary to demand investors to respect a code of conduct in order to protect farm lands, water, and forest resources, as well as to defend the rights of concerned populations. In order to better establish its advocacy campaigns and efforts, the Fondation Chirac is committed to forging productive partnerships with other foundations and institutions, both in France - Pierre Fabre Foundation, Mérieux Foundation - and abroad - Qatar Foundation, Gates Foundation. These relationships are destined to deepen, develop, and grow. It is within such a framework, aided by its group of experts, its partnerships, and its supportive network, that the Fondation Chirac seeks out the solutions most adapted to the needs of the poorest populations. Through its programs, the Fondation helps prevent conflicts, thus saving lives, and contributes to creating a more just and equitable world. Catherine Joubert Managing Director 6

9 WORKING FOR PEACE Launched June 9, 2008 at the Musée du Quai Branly, the Fondation Chirac prolongs Jacques Chirac s advocacy in favor of access to basic rights for every human being, as well as seeking dialogue and peace between peoples. Defending cultural diversity, ensuring access to water and sanitation, access to land resources, access to quality healthcare for all, these programs all share a core foundation: conflict prevention. For Jacques Chirac, sustainable development is the only guarantee for a peaceful world. During major international events, the President has consistently argued for increased respect for human rights and for greater equity in the distribution of the planet s resources. His pleas are to ensure that those who have been abandoned by globalization are not further relegated to the margins, but rather that they be given the opportunity to live in dignity. Jacques Chirac s Plea What is at stake is the definition and implementation of a global code of ethics capable of becoming the foundation of the future of humanity because it will not erase its origins nor its ties with nature. UN Commission on Human Rights, Geneva, March 30, 2001 Cultural diversity is the sole response to the sort of globalization that flattens cultures. Such a diversity must be rooted in the belief that every nation has a message to deliver to the world, that each population can enrich humanity by contributing its share of beauty and truth. 31 st General Conference of Unesco, Paris, October 15, 2001 The time has come for humanity - with its diversity of cultures and civilizations, each of which has the right to be respected - to forge a new link with nature, a relationship based on respect and harmony, and thus to learn how to harness the power and appetites of man. Plenary Assembly of the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, September 2, 2002 President Jacques Chirac, the World Summit on Sustainable Development, September 2, 2002, Johannesburg, South Africa. The world suffers chronically from what has been strikingly called the silent tsunamis. Famine, infectious diseases that decimate the life force of entire continents. World Economic Forum in Davos, January 26, 2005 We will then demonstrate our solidarity concerning water. We are committed to halving, by 2015, the proportion of the population without sustainable access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation. This is a very ambitious goal, particularly in Africa. But we can achieve this by combining sound national policies, democratic and decentralized management, funding, and an ecological approach, while respecting the sovereign prerogatives of all countries. French Presidency of the G8 in Evian, Paris, May 21, 2003 More than ever, the fate of the world lies in the ability of people to observe each other intelligently, to allow their differences and cultures to dialogue, so that in its infinite diversity, humanity can gather around values that truly unite us all. Inauguration of the Musée du Quai Branly, Paris, June 20, 2006 fondation chirac / : working for peace 7

10 JACQUES CHIRAC S COMMITMENTS FOR DEVELOPMENT President Jacques Chirac, President of the Fondation Chirac. Closing speech for the European Development Days (EDD), Brussels, December 7, 2010 Even though Europe is the largest provider of development funds to Africa, its member states are losing interest in the continent. In Brussels, on December 7, 2010, during the European Development Days, President Jacques Chirac wanted to forcibly recall the fact that the fate of our two continents are entwined: In just a few days the first decade of the 21 st century will come to an end. It has borne witness to the rise of a new world order whose contours we are still struggling to define; it has endured a financial crisis that has shaken the very foundations of economy; it has faced a rise in terrorism. Globalization is now a permanent element of our world system; it has also led to the emergence of new powers such as Brazil, China, and India. These countries have become major players; full-fledged partners with Europe and the United States. They must fully assume their roles within these new relationships that also entail new responsibilities. In the context of such progress, Africa is caught midstream. Its place within globalization has yet to be consolidated. Allow me to thank the European Commission and the Belgian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, for organizing these Days devoted to Development. They have given us the opportunity to debate this issue. With one billion inhabitants and its human resources, with its mining and energy reserves, with its arable land waiting to be farmed, Africa is a giant in the making. Its development is a prerequisite for sustainable development for all. At the beginning of this 21 st century, the continent remains the object of desires. My belief is unwavering: globalization cannot succeed without a strong Africa, one who controls its own prosperity and takes full part in the management of the planet s affairs. Africa cannot be strong without shared development. Today, Africa still has the highest concentration of poverty. For example, the gross domestic product of all 48 sub-saharan countries is equivalent to that of Switzerland or Belgium. Entire regions are not implicated in processes of economic development, nor in the realities of human development. This is particularly true in the central regions of Africa that are sparsely populated and have remained isolated. Despite this, Africa is off to a much better start than current clichés let on. The premises of profound changes can be seen a little bit everywhere. They are the basis for an economic and social takeoff. Furthermore, democracy must take root. I am of course thinking of the Ivory Coast where the voters decision must be respected. These changes are not due solely to exports of raw materials; they stem from the regrouping of populations around urban areas, offering a young and abundant workforce. These changes help develop trade and increase productivity. Finally, they ensure the profitability of infrastructures. Controlled urbanization could be an opportunity for Africa. A third of Africa s population already lives in cities. Growth in the South of the Sahara is currently 5% per year. This is a good rate but still insufficient if it is to rapidly catch up with the other regions across the globe. Without a doubt, these changes embody a chance and an opportunity. These same sorts of changes rendered possible the birth and growth of European and American industries, the emergence of the Asian Tigers in the 1980s, and the spectacular development of China in recent years. These changes should give rise to the African Lions of the 21 st century. They have already paved the way for the development of a middle class, an essential vehicle for economic development and political stability. 300 million sub-saharan Africans will belong to the middle class by Africa is at a crossroads. Its progress must be fervently supported by the international community. First, to allow African populations to permanently put poverty behind them. Then, because the rest of the world needs Africa to succeed. This continent has the largest stores of arable land million hectares, a quarter of which is still unfarmed - and the tropical forests in the Congo Basin are the planet s second lung. 8

11 working for peace It may seem paradoxical but Africa detains the solution to the global food crisis and it is on this continent that the environmental crisis will be solved. Without Africa, there can be no solution. Sustainable management of environmental and natural resources in Africa is of utmost urgency. It is a planetary emergency. Food security is another. I have always believed that we must encourage food producing agriculture and organize outlets for these products on African domestic markets. This is one response to the food problem. It will also help ensure a balance between urban and rural areas. On a more global level, in order to feed the planet s 9 billion inhabitants in 2050, a global agricultural program needs to be created that will make the best use of technologies and markets without destroying ecosystems. The French presidency of the G20 will be an opportunity to place these issues at the core of debates. Today, emerging countries must be encouraged to take part in this global dialogue in support of African development. I reiterated this to my Chinese friends during my recent visit to their great and beautiful country. Achievements must not be compromised by evils that weigh more heavily on these populations than elsewhere: pandemics, food shortages, climate changes, desertification, floods... They must not be annihilated by latent conflicts over the sharing of natural resources and water. The right to universal access to water was finally recognized last July by the UN. We must now imagine and implement new financing programs such as the tax on financial transactions proposed under Japanese Presidency, on September 21, 2011 during the UN s General Assembly, by the pilot group on innovative financing. Alongside Brazil, Korea, Chile, with Blaise Compaore and Thomas Boni Yayi, and also 14 African countries including Burkina Faso and Benin, we led the way in 2006 by instituting a pioneering solidarity contribution on airline tickets. It helped lower the price of medication against AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria by 64% in the poorest countries. I urge more countries to join this initiative which has proven effective. Today, the solidarity contribution on airline tickets helps three out of every four children treated for AIDS worldwide. At the head of my foundation, I am continuing my battle for innovative financing as well as for the universal recognition of the right to water and its inseparable corollary sanitation, as well as the right to healthcare and quality medicines. The conditions for Africa s successful development necessarily involves the organization of regional domestic markets. This requires efforts to be made for infrastructures and to harmonize customs legislations. I would like to salute the role played by the African Union and regional organizations like ECOWAS in the birth of this process of economic integration. Europe, with 49 billion euros per year, is the largest provider of funds dedicated to development in the world, especially to Africa. It represents 55% of total official development assistance; all to its credit. The absurd and unacceptable paradox would be that, at the same time, its Member States are less interested in Africa despite the fact that the continent s impact resonates more and more. The issues may seem too far removed for those European Union countries that have no historical ties with Africa. Yet a few short miles separate Africa from Europe. By the mere fact of this geographical proximity, the destinies of Africa and Europe are linked, whether we want it or not. This shared destiny is actually a strength. Europe and Africa account for almost half the countries on the planet. Together, we can weigh on globalization and rise to its new challenges. Together we can define and enforce rules that will enable Africa to find its own development model. It is up to Europe - true to its history, its alliances, and its ideals - to turn towards Africa so that it will finally fully integrate world economy, defining its own conditions for its role in globalization. fondation chirac / : working for peace 9

12 ABOUT the fondation Milestones Launch of the Fondation Chirac on June 9, 2008 at the Musée du Quai Branly in Paris. In attendance were many qualified figures, both actors in the field and the Fondation s partners. The common thread that united them all was that each has played a prominent role at the head of their country or their international organization, as advocates of peace, dialogue, and development. The ceremony for the Cotonou Declaration against the traffic of falsified medicines (Benin), held on October 12, 2009, welcomed heads of state; former heads of state; politicians; and citizens of African, American, Asian, and European nations. On November 6, 2009 in Paris, the first award ceremony for the Prize for Conflict Prevention was held. STATUTES The role and means of action of the Fondation Chirac, a state-approved humanitarian organization, are clearly defined in its statutes: Art. 1 - Purpose: The Fondation Chirac pursues peace, sustainable development, and dialogue among world cultures. It encourages all initiatives in favor of these goals, especially in the fields of economy, social issues, education, and culture [...] Art. 2 - the Fondation s actions: The Fondation s actions include: - Establishing evaluations in the fields of solidarity and the environment; - Organizing events to promote cultural dialogue; - Implementing action programs that promote the coordination and cooperation of French and foreign foundations or other organizations whose aims contribute to the Fondation s goals; - Granting scholarships; - Maintaining its website up to date in terms of available information in its fields of action; - Publishing newsletters; - Organizing conferences, seminars, and thematic think tanks in France and abroad; - Publishing and distribution through available media - both written and audiovisual of all studies that contribute to the Fondation s goals; - And the opening of individual accounts to receive payments mentioned in the second paragraph of the first article. 10

13 COMMITMENTS Jacques Chirac, as President of the French Republic, consistently defended ground-breaking positions on a number of issues such as peace, respecting cultural diversity and the environment, as well as fighting so that each human being can enjoy basic fundamental rights. President Jacques Chirac s commitments are at the heart of the Fondation Chirac s efforts. Johannesburg , Earth Summit: Proposition for a world alliance for sustainable development. March 2003: France opposes unilateral military intervention in Iraq. Evian Summit - June 2003: The G8 commits to increasing efforts to reach Millennium Development Goals for Access to Safe Drinking Water. Paris - October 2003, 32 nd session of UNESCO s General Conference: Proposition of a UNESCO adoption of an international convention to anchor the principles of cultural diversity within human rights. Paris - January 2005, International Conference on Biodiversity : Creation of a United Nations Organization for the Environment. September 2006: Initiated by Jacques Chirac and President Lula da Silva, the solidarity levy on air travel tickets to increase access to treatment for HIV/AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis materializes with the creation of UNITAID. Annual Fondation Chirac Prize for Conflict Prevention Access to Clean Water and Sanitation Access to Quality Medicines and Healthcare Access to land resources Preservation of Cultural Diversity THE fondation and its PARTNERS Conflict Prevention Bernard Vatier Access to Clean Water and Sanitation Jacques Bertrand Access to land resources Bastien Sachet Access to Quality Medicines and Healthcare P r Marc Gentilini Preservation of Cultural Diversity Prize for Conflict Prevention 11

14 September August 2012 Two years of action September 28, Paris: Jacques Chirac and Frédéric Mitterrand, Minister of Culture and Communication, launched a lecture series to raise awareness among architecture students on the use of legal and certified wood, at the Cité de l architecture et du patrimoine. October 15, Paris: Conference on Falsified medicines: how to fight them organized by the Mutualité Française, with the Fondation Chirac and the Pierre Fabre foundation. October 20, New Delhi: The Sorosoro foundation (Sorosoro Trust) was created on the Indian subcontinent. First meeting of the board of directors. November 5, Musée du Quai Branly, Paris: Prize Ceremony. Laureates: Mario Giro (Fondation Chirac Prize) and Lakhdar Brahimi (Special Jury Prize). November 8, Institut de France, Paris: Conference on Water for all: Ending the Unacceptable. November 22, National School of Architecture (ENSA) Paris-Belleville: Launch of lecture series to raise awareness of architecture students on the use of legal and certified wood, sponsored by Jean Nouvel, architect. December 7, Brussels: European Development Days, President Jacques Chirac gave a speech advocating the strengthening of European aid to Africa and participated in the conference on falsified medicines organized by his Fondation. December 14, Paris: The Directorate General of globalization, development and partnerships (DGM) of the French Foreign Affairs Ministry and the Fondation Chirac signed a partnership agreement for the strengthening of fragile States, conflict prevention, the fight against falsified medicines, and the fight against deforestation. December 15, Yaoundé: The students of the Moabi graduating class received their Qualification Certificate in Social Forestry at the Centre of Social Excellence (ESC). December 20, Cotonou: Inauguration of new premises for the Cotonou National pharmaceutical quality control laboratory funded Benin, the Fondation Chirac, and the Pierre Fabre Foundation. March 10: The Forest Trust (TFT), the Fondation Chirac s primary partner in the fight against deforestation and desertification announced that all 1.3 million hectares managed by the Congolaise Industrielle du Bois (CIB), in the Republic of Congo, were certified. The surface area of certified tropical forest in the region now exceeds five million hectares. March 17, Brussels: The Fondation Chirac spoke to the Social Affairs committee of the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly ACP / EU about the dangers of the traffic of falsified medicines.. April 13 to 15, Beirut: The AFP Foundation and UNDP Lebanon trained Lebanese journalists on development issues. The first workshop was held the day after the project s official launch, with the support of the Fondation Chirac May 4 to 6, Cotonou: The Fondation Chirac presented to the customs officials of West Africa the advances earned by his pleas against falsified medicines during a West African regional seminar organized by the World Customs Organization (WCO). May 11, Yaoundé: The students of the third graduating class of the Centre of Social Excellence (ESC), the Mungulu class, received their Qualification Certificate in Social Forestry. September 27 to 29, Ouagadougou: Participation, alongside the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in the Roundtables on Falsified Medicines, organized under the High Patronage of Blaise Compaore, President of the Republic of Burkina Faso. October 17 to 18, Bamako: Forum Solidarity for water in Niger basin countries, organized by the Fondation Chirac and the Republic of Mali. November 4 to December 2, Fnac Montparnasse, Paris: Faces of Peace exhibition and presentations of the Prize laureates. November 24, Musée du Quai Branly, Paris: 3 rd Ceremony of the Fondation Chirac Prize. Laureates were Marguerite Barankitse, Burundi (Fondation Chirac Prize) and Louise Arbour of Canada (Special Jury Prize). November 26: Meeting with Marguerite Barankitse at the Fnac Montparnasse. November 30, Sciences Po, Paris: In partnership with Publicis, a conference on New Media and Conflict Prevention. December: Third workshop in the Media for Development program in Lebanon, directed by the AFP Foundation. December 8, Maison des Cultures, Paris: 3 rd Annual Meeting of Sorosoro, so the languages of the world may prosper!. February 2, Sciences Po, Paris: Conference on The Niger River Basin: the challenges of joint and sustainable management of water resources. March 12-17, Marseille: Participation in the 6 th World Water Forum. Conference on Solidarity for water in the Niger Basin countries: practical commitments for real solutions. March 16, Paris: Signing of a partnership with the Tattali Iyali Foundation, chaired by First Lady of Niger. May 9, Salle Gaveau, Paris: Solidarity concert organized with the Orchestre de l Alliance to benefit the Access to Healthcare program and a project in the Ivory Coast headed by the Fondation s field partner, the Pan-African Organization for Health (OPALS). June 19, Musée du Quai Branly, Paris: Meeting with the Partner Committee. June 21, Paris Dauphine University, Paris: Conference on Falsified medicines, a crime against the poorest. MEDI- CRIME, a weapon against this scourge?. 12

15 ABOUT THE fondation THE programs The Fondation Chirac programs are interconnected; their underlying base is Humanity and the defense and development of basic human rights. Tensions linked to the earth s resources (water, forests, arable land) are mounting. By contributing to the equitable sharing of arable land, forest resources, water resources, by respecting ecosystems and human populations, we are acting for peace. Advocating for the diversity of cultures, so that each individual has the freedom to lead a dignified existence, is in the end, the best defense against standardization and the conflicts that could arise. The 2012 Budget Plan Operating costs: 24 % The Fondation Chirac Prize for Conflict Prevention: 28 % Access to quality healthcare and medicines: 14 % Defending cultural diversity: 14 % Access to water and sanitation: 10 % Access to land resources: 10 % fondation chirac / : working for peace 13

16 THE fondation chirac and social networks In 2010, the Fondation Chirac began strengthening its online presence. You can now follow the Fondation Chirac s activities on its website, as well as in various new media and social networks. Inform in order to mobilize The Fondation s website is now a key provider of information on subjects related to the core issues of its various programs. It is a source of information about the Fondation s activities as well as those of its partners. It has also become a place where experts speak out on issues that, while they may not be directly related to the Fondation, belong to the key concerns of President Jacques Chirac. Inform in order to mobilize has become the guiding principle for the Fondation Chirac s website. The Fondation s Twitter strategy matches its Facebook activity. Both are rapidly becoming key presences for issues linked to its programs, relaying information and becoming an opinion leader for solidarity, for sustainable development, and conflict prevention worldwide. On Twitter, the Foundation has a chance to immediately comment on current events related to these topics and thereby demonstrate its reactivity, an especially important trait in that sensitive issues and countries in crisis are key topics. The Fondation Chirac has increased its visibility on social networks and new media. It can be found on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter, engaged in regular and dynamic exchanges. Videos and films produced by the Fondation are aired on YouTube as well as on the Fondation s website, via FC-TV, the Fondation Chirac s Web TV. Our Facebook page offers daily updates on the Fondation s activities and opportunities to develop its ties with other organizations and new partners. Figures followers on Twitter Tweets Likes on Facebook friends of fans (the Fondation Chirac s potential audience for future messages) Approximately 1.23 million search results on Google for the Fondation Chirac 14

17 Becoming a reference on Conflict Prevention The Fondation has undertaken a cartographic project to more clearly position itself as a reference on Conflict Prevention. The goal is to first map the Fondation s projects, those which are actively supported by the Fondation as well as those who sport its label. The second step is to illustrate geographical areas of conflict on which our experts work in order to select Prize laureates. These maps will provide the public with the necessary information to understand the Jury s choices. The initial maps will be static, but interactive versions are already under consideration. In sum, the key concepts for the Fondation s online strategy in 2012 are strengthening our position, developing closer ties with opinion leaders, encouraging exchanges, mobilizing an online community, and becoming a reference in the dialogue between cultures and in conflict prevention. Encouraging dialogue between cultures and generations Since early 2012, the number of people following the Fondation s activities via social networks has steadily and significantly increased. The next phase, mid-2012, is to use the Web to encourage dialogue between cultures, the very reason the Fondation was created. The goal is to facilitate dialogue with our online community and to encourage further exchanges, both deeper and more direct, with an audience that is equally balanced between France and abroad. Our community will be invited to participate in ongoing conversations about the Fondation s articles and to discuss directly with our experts. The goal is to create a loyal and committed community that supports the Fondation s activities and contributes to its growing online presence. Our new position on social networks provides better visibility for our partners. It reflects the Fondation s energy and activity, which attract a new public, a younger public with a stronger online commitment. fondation chirac / : working for peace 15

18 The Prize for Conflict Prevention President Chirac, through the Fondation he has established, has gathered together a wide range of initiatives that all help spread the universal values of tolerance and respect for each other. Within the Fondation s Honorary Committee, he has associated international figures who have all worked for dialogue and tolerance in their country and who decided, at the launch of the Fondation Chirac, to establish a Prize for Conflict Prevention. To honor the men and women in the shadows On November 22, 2012, the Fondation Chirac, which prolongs President Jacques Chirac s work for peace, will present the fourth Prize for Conflict Prevention. Everywhere, in the shadows, there are men and women working to heal and reconcile. It is these men and women whom the Fondation Chirac honors with its Prize for Conflict Prevention. It thus offers a solemn, public tribute to illustrate the work of those who, often at the risk of their lives, ensure that communities and individuals can live with tolerance and respect for each other. This is the purpose of the Prize for Conflict Prevention. It is awarded by a jury of French and foreign figures according to the cases compiled by a committee of experts that I have the honor to chair. This committee meets several times during the year that precedes the Jury meeting, to identify exemplary figures of conflict prevention or conflict resolution. I can testify that our debates are precise, profound, and even impassioned. When the first Prize was bestowed in 2009 to Imam Muhammad Ashafa and to Pastor James Wuye, President Chirac paid tribute to these two Nigerian religious leaders, who have remarkably furthered interfaith dialogue, by recalling that We must detect the embers of hate wherever they may smoulder and help those who can put them out, those who know how to clear misunderstandings, those who elicit reconciliation before it is too late. War is not natural to man Alongside the Fondation Chirac Prize, the Special Jury Prize recognizes those who through their professional responsibilities and exceptional efforts have helped prevent conflicts. The 2009 Special Jury Prize was awarded to Park Jae-Kyu for his work in encouraging dialogue between the two Koreas. In 2010, the Fondation Chirac Prize was awarded to Mario Giro. At the ceremony, he reminded us that War is not natural to man. No objective reason can be invoked as an objective rationality that surpasses the human will. It is on the human will that 16

19 we must work. Lakhdar Brahimi, who received the Special Jury Prize that same year, stated that Today however, there are conflicts that start off as highly localized issues, generally in very poor countries. They then spread by degrees and eventually threaten entire regions and even humanity as a whole. How can we forget Marguerite Barankitse who, upon receiving the 2011 Prize, movingly read messages from the Hutu, Tutsi, and Twa children she had saved, children she helped to rebuild themselves, to find the path to life after conflict. These children pushed [her] to marvel despite the suffering. Alongside her stood Louise Arbour, laureate of the Special Jury Prize, who emphasized the need for justice so that no war criminal would ever again believe he was safe. [T]he impunity they have always had is an insult to all those who obey the law and a betrayal of those who rely on the law and the rule of law for their protection. Contributing to the analysis of major changes The Prize is not the only conflict prevention effort undertaken by the Fondation Chirac program. It also supports a training program for journalists in Lebanon. With the assistance of the AFP Foundation and the United Nations Program for Development in Lebanon, it seeks to involve the media in preventing conflicts between the country s different communities. As part of its commitment to contributing to the analysis of major changes, the Fondation has launched a conference series, in partnership with Sciences Po, on new media and their relationship to conflict prevention. The annual Prize, the Media Project in Lebanon, the lecture series, these are some of the Fondation Chirac s contributions to preserving the commonality of universal values such as justice, respect for others, and tolerance. Bernard Vatier About the Prize for conflict prevention When and where? Once a year since 2009, in November, during a ceremony held at the Musée du Quai Branly in Paris. Why? To offer the laureates efforts better visibility at the international level, to give recipients the means to continue working for peace, and to encourage new vocations. To Whom? Two laureates are honored every year. The Fondation Chirac Prize, doted with euros, is awarded to an individual or individuals from civil society. The Special Jury Prize is awarded to one or more public figures. How? 1/ An Expert Committee meets to identify areas of conflict and tension, examining carefully both current events as well as forgotten theaters of conflict. Supporting exemplary individuals who act in the service of peace In a world weakened by climate imbalances, economic crises, social injustices, and religious or ethnic tensions, conflict is fueled by many factors of increasing complexity. Preventing these tensions from escalating into conflict is often slow and dangerous work out in the field. Men and women of good will are working discreetly, often at great peril to their lives, to prevent the irreparable, to maintain or renew the tenuous thread of dialogue. In these gray areas where there is no rule of law, their efforts, guided by reason and justice, help restore democracy, sometimes even creating it. Their acts help initiate virtuous cycles of economic and human development, thus reducing factors of violence and tension. The 2010 ceremony at the Claude Levi-Strauss theatre, Musée du Quai Branly in Paris. Be they official diplomats or ordinary citizens, it is these women and men that the Fondation Chirac Prize wishes to honor. 2/ The Expert Committee brings together individuals and institutions who work to ease tensions in these areas. 3/ The Committee proposes a pool of names to the Jury, which is composed of individuals who have also worked throughout their lives for peace. Its philosophy is inspired by the belief that sustainable development and conflict prevention go hand in hand. According to President Jacques Chirac, the greatest victory we can achieve over war is to prevent it. Prize for Conflict Prevention 17

20 The 2012 JURY Presided by Jacques Chirac, the Jury is composed of individuals who have worked for peace. They meet once a year to study possible recipients proposed by the Expert Committee and select the laureates. Kofi Annan Nobel Peace Prize in 2001, Secretary General of the UN 1996 to 2006 Boutros Boutros-Ghali Secretary General of the UN from 1992 to 1996 Michel Camdessus Director General of the International Monetary Fund from 1987 to 2000 Joaquim Alberto Chissano President of the Republic of Mozambique from 1986 to 2005 Jean-Pierre Landau Inspector General of Finance Federico Mayor Director General of Unesco from 1987 to 1999 Ismaïl Serageldin Director of the Library of Alexandria Simone Veil Former Minister of State, Member of the French Academy Vaira Vike-Freiberga President of the Republic of Latvia from 1999 to 2007 Jury Meeting June 15, 2009, in Paris. PRIZES WERE AWARDED BY In 2009 Kofi Annan, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, UN Secretary General from 1996 to 2006 and Simone Veil, Former French Minister of State, member of the Académie Française In 2010 Vaira Vike-Freiberga, President of the Republic of Latvia from 1999 to 2007 and Michel Camdessus, Director General of the International Monetary Fund from 1987 to 2000 In 2011 Kofi Annan, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, UN Secretary General from 1996 to

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