The ECER Constitution (former WCER)

The WCER is registered as a public institution in Vilnius, Lithuania (registration number VS99-21).

On this page, we present the WCER’s present by-laws.
Excerpts from the WCER Statute can be read below, or a full version can be downloaded as an MS Word document.

The present WCER statute (excerpts):
The WCER (World Congress of Ethnic Religions) is registered in Lithuania with status as a “Public Institution”. A Public Institution, under Lithuanian law, is a new form of non-government and non-profit organization, approved by law Nr.I -1428 of the Lithuanian Republic, dated 3rd July 1996. Here is a more detailed definition:

The Official Statement

The Official Statement of the Circle of Pagan Traditions Intl. and of the Union of Slavic Communities of the Slavic Native Belief

About concept substitutions in languages, in the history of Slavs and about pseudo-paganism

Recently it often appears in mass media sources and in popular publications a tendency to equate the modern Russian Pagan movement with followers and amateurs of fictions, such as people like Valery Chudinov, Nikolai Levashov, Gennady Grinevich, Alexander Khinevich, Alexei Trehlebov and etc.

Our goals and objectives

The main goals of our organization:

• uniting the majority of Slavs who profess the Slavic ancient belief, as the whole Union of Slavic Communities International;
• state recognition of our pagan religion as independent and equal in rights alongside with other religions in Russia;

Who we are

The Union of Slavic Communities of the Slavic Native Belief was founded in 1997. The primary goals and objectives are aimed at the preservation, studying and spreading of native Slavic traditions.