• 1.1 A non-profit 01g2t!for social utility between Arab and Italian wornen, called “‘ARAB ITALIAN
    WOMEN ASSOCIATION ONLUS., shortened in “‘AIWA ONLUS., is constituted in order to promote the cultural and social exchanges between the Arab world and Italy The acronym “Onlus. shall be used in the name of the Association and in any distinguishing mark or notice addressed to the public
  • 1.2 AIWA registered office is in Florence, Italy, 60 via XX settembre The Association may establish branch offices elsewhere by meeting resolution following the proposal of the Executive Board
  • 2.1 Th e Association is non-party political, non-political and non-profit
  • 2.2 During the Association lifetime no money surplus, funds, reserves or capita’ shall be distributed, in any direct or indirect way
  • 2.3 The Association’s sole purpose is to achieve social solidarity in the field of culture and friendship among peoples, mainly aiming at spreading the Arab culture in Italy and the Italian one in the Arab countries
  • 2.4 L’Associazione potrĂ  compiere qualsiasi operazione mobiliare e non comunque connessa con l’oggetto sociale
  • 2.5 The Association’s idea is based on the belief that the Arab and the Italian culture have common origins and that the knowledge of both realities can be a mutuai social and cultural growth and the successful remedy for war In our more and more globalised era, spreading knowledge between realities getting closer yet stili unknown is a growing need
  • 2.6 As a consequence, in order to achieve the necessary knowledge to pull down the prejudices and spread the positive aspects of both cultures, the Italian and Arab women Abstract from “AIWA ONLUS” BY LAWS
    all their expressions, by means of initiatives to be carried out in Italy as well as in the Arab countries
  • 2.7 An Association is therefore constituted which fundamental principles are solidarity, sharing of the fundamental values of equality of rights, protection of human rights, mutuai respect
  • 2.8 The Association is characterized by the democratic nature of its structure, by the eligibility for election of the members and the gratuitiousness of their offices, by the service supplied by the members and by the compulsoriness of the balance