The Madrid Agenda - International Summit on Democracy, Terrorism and Security honors the victims of the terrorist attack there one year ago today, 11 March 2005. The Club of Madrid - former presidents and prime ministers - collected leaders, experts and concerned citizens from around the world to discuss and establish guiding principles regarding terrorism, democracy and peace.
They call for adoption of The Madrid Recommendations and international cooperation in the fight against terrorism. They want to create an inter-linking of resources and a trust fund for those who cannot afford the resources to fight terrorism.
They identified intimidation, fear and hatred as the risk factors underlying terrorism. They want to promote dialogue through round tables about cultural differences. They ask the media to review their use of language. They propose to create programs to monitor racism, extremism and to promote cultural and religious tolerance.
They call for building democracy through reinforcing a civil society.
You can find The Infrastructure of Democracy: Strengthening the Open Internet for a Safer World - March 11, 2005 on the Global Voices wiki.
This is worth reading and serious reflection.