The former Archbishop of Dublin, Diarmuid Martin is a member of C100, an elite World Economic Forum (WEF) group that “aims to further dialogue and understanding between “the Islamic World” and “the West”.
The WEF’s own website states that Diarmuid Martin was ordained a Catholic priest in 1969, Since 1977 he in service of the Holy See: 1987, Undersecretary, Pontifical Church for Justice and Peace, Vatican Office;
1994, Secretary, Pontifical Council for the Family; 2001-03, Vatican Representative to UN, Geneva; since 2004, current position. Member, C-100.
According to the Berkeley Centre for Religion, Peace & World Affairs, the Council of 100 (C-100) is a WEF initiative (rather atypical among WEF activities) that aims to further dialogue and understanding between
“the Islamic World” and “the West”.
The C100 group has existed since 2004, divided between the “Muslim World” and “West”, under five sectors: politics, religion, business, civil society/academia, and media.
The C100 meets around WEF meetings and particularly Davos and the Middle East regional meeting (though it addresses the Muslim world, not the Middle East per se). The C100 was inspired by September 11 and global
tensions around a host of West Islam issues.
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