by UN DPI
What exactly is UN DPI?
How has HWPL become associated with UN DPI?
NGOs seeking association with DPI must meet strict criteria. The organization must support and respect the principles of the Charter of the United Nations. The NGO must also be reputable at the national, regional or international level and operate at a not-for-profit basis with its own information outreach program. Only organizations that have a good track record of past work with UN Agencies can become associated HWPL has met these standards on an international scope and has proven through its participation at numerous conferences at the UN, through organizing the World Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Summit and various peace workshops, meetings, and activities globally.
Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light
HWPL, formed in 2010, is a newly DPI associated NGO that aims to transcend differences in cultures, beliefs and regions to achieve peaceful solutions.
Based in Korea, their ultimate goal is to end all wars and establish global peace. By implementing the use of volunteer outreaches, youth engagements, integration of women and cultural exchanges they hope to share the message of the Declaration of
Their campaigns, which range from signing petitions to hosting street parades, umbrella the theme of bringing awareness to peace-related issues. One of HWPL’s successes is their Walk for World Peace and Restoration. This event held in Seoul, South Korea, brought together 30,000 youths from 130 countries who envision the same desire for peaceful solutions.
To get more information about HWPL please visit their website.
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HWPL website ☞ http://hwpl.kr/
WARP Summit 2014 ☞ http://warpsummit2014.org/
WARP Summit 1st commemoration ☞ http://warpsummit.org/