Fraternity Agreement

With leadership being one of the four pillars of NJIT Greek Life, we value commitment and leadership on campus as central characteristics of fraternity and sisterhood. By engaging in student organizations and leaders, we will in turn make our members future leaders in their profession. We call on intellectuals, philosophers, religious figures, artists, media professionals and men and women of culture in all parts of the world to rediscover the values of peace, justice, goodness, beauty, human fraternity and coexistence, in order to confirm the importance of these values as an anchor of salvation for all and to promote them everywhere. By concluding the Merit components of the shared standards agreement, the chapter will be rewarded with 25 $US per merit section. The University of Monmouth recognizes that student groups and associations, including associations and organizations, brotherhoods and brotherhoods as well as inter-collegiate or associative teams, are an integral part of the university. You contribute to the academic and social experience of students and the Monmouth community. This relationship implies certain rights of the university to protect and preserve an appropriate environment in which all students and student associations can work. All students are therefore expected to behave as responsible members of the university community and to respect their fellow citizens. Any deviation from these norms, as defined in the student manual, the documents of the Fraternity / National Fraternity and the rules of the State, may subject any person or group to disciplinary measures.

The document on human fraternity for peace and coexistence, also known as the Abu Dhabi Declaration[1] or Abu Dhabi[2], is a joint declaration signed on February 4, 2019 by Pope Francis of the Catholic Church and Sheikh Ahmed el-Tayeb, Grand President of Al-Azhar, in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, on February 4, 2019. It was born from an open fraternal discussion between Francis and Tayeb and is intended as a guide for the promotion of a «culture of mutual respect». It is on this basis that the Higher Committee of Human Fraternity was created. [3] From our fraternal and open discussions and from the meeting that expressed the deep hope for a bright future for all, the idea of this document on human fraternity was born. It is a text that has been the subject of honest and serious reflection in order to be a joint declaration of good and cordial aspirations. It is a document that invites all people who believe in God and in human fraternity to unite and work together so that it can serve as a guide for future generations to advance a culture of mutual respect in the awareness of the great divine grace that makes all men brothers and sisters. . . .