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The Tandem Project Fellowship enables an exchange views and opportunities to explore collaboration, foster justice, build tolerance, and resolve conflicts, divisiveness and discrimination based on religion or belief at local, national and international levels.
The Tandem Project Fellowship raises awareness and understanding of the complex and sensitive challenge to promote and protect the equal rights of all persons to freedom of religion or belief and works in support of this United Nations mandate.
General Comment Article 18 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (CCPR)
I: Exchange of views to promote tolerance and resolve conflicts based on religion or belief.
II: Training and work program for credit or extension learning, if available.
III: Stipend or scholarship, if available.
The Tandem Project principles and values include support for open public debate of ideas, genuine dialogue within and among all kinds of religion or belief and cultures, the right to choose and the right to leave a religion or belief, separation of religion or belief and state, freedom of opinion and expression, consideration of a legally binding international human rights treaty; a Convention on Freedom of Religion or Belief.
Tandem Project Fellows can be individuals from governments, non-governmental organizations, human rights organizations, universities and colleges, places of worship or association and civil society.
Tandem Project Fellows receive Weekly Issues: Highlights for Discussion: the Tandem Project & the United Nations, and are invited to join a local, national or international Discussion Group.