The Charter of Makkah is a pan-Islamic set of principles which support and promote anti-extremism, religious and cultural diversity, and calls for legislation against hate-motivated crimes and violence The document was declared at the end of a four-day conference organized by the Muslim World League in Makkah. It was approved by Islamic leaders of 139 countries and signed by around 1,300 prominent Muslim figures.
The principles or clauses of the Charter will be implemented in four main program categories, namely, Religious Diplomacy, Youth Engagement, Women Empowerment, and Capacity Building; and the activities of the programs will be drawn from the domains of all human social and economic concern.
Promoting peaceful coexistence by facilitating dialog among religious leaders in meetings, seminars, and conferences to create respect, tolerance, understanding, and coexistence.
Providing youth from diverse religious, ethnic, racial, and cultural backgrounds the opportunity to participate in organized activities, such as arts, sports, and environmental preservation projects, to promote solidarity, respect, tolerance, understanding, and coexistence.
Providing women-specific educational and vocational training programs, advocating for their rights to protection and inclusion, and access to economic and social opportunities.
Providing leadership and institutional development training and opportunities for mobilizing resources.