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DE MULTICULTURELE KRIJGSMACHT


In een drietal vergaderingen van Kerk & Krijgsmacht (januari, februari en maart 2004) is het onderwerp Multiculturele krijgsmacht aan de orde gesteld. In het navolgende overzicht zijn de stukken opgenomen die daarbij als ondersteuning voor de discussie hebben gediend en daarnaast is het definitieve verslag van de discussie ( d.d. 29 maart 2004) opgenomen.
Op de synode van 12 tot 14 mei 2004 is onder andere de nota "Beeld en Gelijkenis - Elementen voor een visie van de Protestantse Kerk in Nederland op multicultureel samen leven" aan de orde gesteld. Deze is eveneens, met nog andere documenten, in dit overzicht opgenomen.

Samenvatting bespreking Multiculturele Krijgsmacht d.d. 29 maart 2004. Het betreft hier de definitieve versie van het verslag. Dit verslag is aangeboden aan het CIO-M en aldaar besproken op 1 april 2004.

Religious Requirements and Practices of Certain Selected Groups - A Handbook for Chaplains. This Handbook has been prepared for the Office of Chaplains, Department of the Army, in order to provide information useful for chaplains on the beliefs and practices of certain "religious" groups. Specifically, the purposes of this Handbook are three:
* To faciliate the provision of religious activities which serve the needs of persons of certain faiths not otherwise represented by military chaplains and others;
 * To define the specific requirements and practices in such a way as to enable commanders at all levels to make effective personnel decisions in those instances when religious beliefs and practices are claimed to be in conflict with military directives and practices; and
 * To provide the specific information about each group in a form which has maximum utility for military purposes, yet is approved as normative or at least acceptable by the leaders of those various groups under study.

Joint Pub 1-05- Religious Ministry Support for Joint Operations. This publication sets forth principles and doctrine for the conduct of joint religious ministry support activities by the Armed Forces of the United States.

Air Force Policy Directive 52-1. Spiritual health is fundamental to the overall well-being of Air Force personnel and their families. Commanders in today's Air Force accommodate the religious needs of their personnel to enhance operational readiness and combat effectiveness. To this end, the Air Force Chaplain Service, through a global ministry strategy, provides spiritual care and ethical leadership across a full spectrum of operations. Receptive to mission requirements and individual needs, the Chaplain Service delivers worship opportunities, professional pastoral care, and advice to Air Force leaders regarding spiritual, religious, ethical and moral issues. This directive provides policy to guide the Chaplain Service toward mission accomplishment.

Air Force Instruction 52-101. This instruction implements AFPD 52-1, Chaplain Service. It directs procedures that ensure the Air Force Chaplain Service is structured and organized to meet mission requirements.

Air Force Instruction 52-101 - Air Force Space Command Supplement 1. This supplement describes AFSPC's procedures for use in conjunction with the basic AFI. It applies to Headquarters Air Force Space Command (AFSPC) and subordinate units.

Synode 12-14 mei 2004: Multiculturele samenleving; diverse documenten:

Nota Beeld en Gelijkenis.

Besluitvoorstel.

Besluiten Generale Synode van de Protestantse Kerk in Nederland; 13en 14 mei 2004. In dit document staan alle besluiten verwoord, dus ook de besluiten met betrekking tot de nota.

 


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