Since 1994, the Foundation’s commitment to fostering solidarity among nations has focused primarily on seeking reconciliation and peace in Rwanda and Congo. This endeavor was officially acknowledged in April 2007, when all political groups of the Spanish parliament passed a unanimous resolution urging all European institutions to support the Foundation’s activities. In 1999, the parliament supported – also unanimously – the nomination of the Foundation’s president for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Spirituality is another cornerstone of the Foundation. It advocates an inter-religious movement of non-violence as inspired by Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King, and focused on establishing peace solely through the power of truth and mercy.
Since its creation, the Foundation has been playing an active role in preserving the environment. For decades it has been restoring and preserving the grounds at S’Olivar, an ecological sanctuary. To date, for example, it has restored almost 3,000 square meters of marges – an investment of over €300,000.