Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Practical Approaches to Peace Building, DPCW


[DPCW]
Practical Approaches 
To Peace Building

Indian women and youth raise voice to build 
an international law for peace and 
encourage peace education




International United Peace Conference was held on February 9 at Vishwa Yuvak Kendra International Youth Centre in Delhi. As many as 100 participants including school principals, students and members of women and youth participation were present at the event.

Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL), an international NGO under the UN ECOSOC organised this conference to shed light on comprehensive ways for implementing peace education and activities accompanied with international NGO's.

The conference urged government and the civil society in India to implement peace education and establish legal framework for peace building, case presentations on HWPL Peace Academy provided with peace education materials and the plan of peace activities of civil society were introduced.

"When I perceived that such education world surely bring peace and harmony in my own country India. Imparting peace education to children world surely root out discrimination amongst religions and once again we world be like the flowers of the sme garland," said Ms. Jagjeet Kaur, teacher of Samsara the World Academy.

"The youth of today in India have witnessed many sacrifices caused by religious disputes and the conflict between India and Pakistan since they were born. It is our duty and responsibility to protect our country as a youth who was born in India during this era. So, the DPCW of HWPL in becoming an enforceable law is necessary to be introduced in India." said Abeniel Anal, a member of IPYG.

From December 2015, as many as 49 schools of India have signed the MOUs with HWPL to encourage the culture of peace through peace education. As well as the peace education, International Peace Youth Group (IPYG) affiliated with HWPL have carried out various campaigns to develop the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War(DPCW) into a legally binding document as an international law for peace.




The DPCW was drafted by HWPL with 10 articles and 38 clauses addressing practical approaches to peace building including ethnic/ religious freedom, respect on the international law and spreading a culture of peace.

HWPL, the host organisation has assisted with legal professions, religious leaders, youth, women, civic organisations and media to support comprehensive resolutions for peace and promote awareness of peacebuilding activities to the people of the world.


Saturday, February 17, 2018

HWPL Chairman, Man Hee Lee Peace Quotes in Myanmar


Mr. Man Hee Lee HWPL Chairman, 
Peace Quotes in Myanmar



500 people sue for peace building for Myanmar


The participants at the recently concluded ceremony also included politicians, law experts, teachers and leaders of youth and women listened as the chairman of HWPL, Mr. Man Hee Lee addressed at the IBC, Yangon.


Mr. Man Hee Lee of HWPL Chairman addressed at the IBC, Yangon


According to HWPL Chairman, Man Hee Lee "The Sound of Peace Spreading in Myanmar" was hosted by HWPL with 500 participants and religious leaders form of Protestantism, Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism for an interfaith dialogue.

"I am not going to take certain religion's side or support it. What I am saying is, all religions have to reflect on themselves, so that they are acknowledged by the heaven. When all religions become one, them there will be no more war because of the religions."

Also read: Unification of South and North Korea'll be a hallmark of global peace HWPL Chairman, Man Hee Lee (To visit this news)

The 'Ceremony of HWPL Peace Education and IPYG Peace Project' was held with the presence of Professor Nay Win Oo, the Deputy Director General of Department of Higher Education and 10 chancellors of colleges. In the event, teaching materials and action plans for peace projects by youth were introduced and presented to HWPL to advocate peacebuilding for future generations.

"There have been many figures who worked for peace. However, the world has not changed yet. In that sense, the current international law for the establishment of global peace should be readdressed." said Chairman Man Hee Lee of HWPL.

He added that "Peace can't be achieved by the authority or power of some people. What the better is the cessation of war and peace, keeping our lives.' There are 3.6 billion women in the world. To Protect all women's offspring and to protect the youth themselves, now we have to stop the war.

The peaceful world can't be built by the effort of just one country. We all have to become one. Also, teachers should teach the children with the peace education from the primary school and all families."

Chairman Mr. Man Hee Lee then received a present, DPCW sculpture made of jade and present the peace education material to the Dr. Thiha Nyarna, the Principal of Sitagu Buddhist academy.

On the next day, an international law seminar was held based on the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War(DPCW), drafted by HWPL to propose enactment of an international law for peace through international cooperation respect on international law, religious / ethnic freedom and spreading a culture of peace.

The founding president of Happy, Healthy and Helping Society, U Shein said, "It has similarity with the constitution of Myanmar with 7 articles. This declaration is essential for Myanmar and needed to be supported."

The 130 lawyer participants that attended the seminar signed for "The Agreement of Support for the Implementation of the International Law."


Peace News in Myanmar:
http://www.tribuneonlineng.com/500-people-sue-peace-building-myanmar/ 

I agree with him that the peace education from the primary school and all families.

Thursday, February 8, 2018

A Story of Peace of Torch 'Olympic PyeongChang 2018' in Korea



Korea is the only divided country in the world.
The 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics, 
held February 9 to 25, in Korea.

A Story of Peace of Torch Source: https://twitter.com/hwpl_kr





A Story of Peace being carried by a Single Torch, 
Lighting the Way to a New Future......


Q) How was it to watch the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics Torch Relay?

It was amazing to watch the torch relay.
I very much look forward to the upcoming Olympics.
Also, I heard the torch relay travels all around the country until ti reaches Pyeongchang.
Truly, it will be a wonderful festival to all of us.
This kind of event it's a once in a lifetime experience.
I never experienced the Olympics before in my life so it's really great to come out and make these really great memories with my friend today.
And just have a good time.
What was once a mere dream is now becoming a reality for all to see......

Q) It has been 30 years since the Republic of Korea hosted the Olympics in 1988 in Seoul.  How does it feel to celebrate this occasion as a Korean citizen?

There have been many talks about hosting the Pyeongchang Olympics but is seemed unreal until now as I am watching many celebrities now participation in the torch relay.
Now, I can truly feel that we are hosting the Olympics.
Through hosting the Olympics, North and South Korea relations have improved a lot, so I wish the best for this meaningful event that we are hosting under such circumstances.

Transcending national borders and bringing the world together as one......

I think it's really great as the Olympics are a worldwide event and it really shows the potential of each person and those athletes are symbols of what we can achieve if we have the right mindset and if we follow our dreams.

Q) What do you anticipate the most at the Pyeongchang Olympic?
I am very excited about the opening and closing ceremonies because the Olympics is also the cultural event. Also North and South Korea have been exchanging great dialogues lately.
I hope both the North and South will deliver more peace news to us so we can no longer point guns at each other but rather encourage one another and exchange good dialogues.

Together for peace. 
Let everyone shine. 
2018 Pyeongchang Olympics, fighting~!
Passion Connected Pyeongchang Olympics Fighting~!!



2018 Pyeongchang Olympic story Source: https://twitter.com/hwpl_kr 



🀩 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics Quiz 🏂
  1. When is the opening of 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics?
  2. What are the names of the Pyeongchang Olympics' two mascots?


- The answer to the first quiz ⇒ It's just "Tomorrow(Feb.9th 2018)"
※ Wow~ Seoul(South Korea) and Pyongyang(North Korea)  form one team for a big international sports event to form a better relationship between the two Koreas.




- The answer to the second quiz ⇒ The mascots' names are Soohorang and Bandabi.
※ Soohornag is a white tiger and Bandabi is an asiatic black bear.


Welcome to PyeongChang Olympic~💕



Monday, February 5, 2018

Warning of Man Hee Lee Peace Activist


A WARNING of A Peace Activist,
 'Mr. Man Hee Lee'


Mr. Man Hee Lee Peace Activist, a Korean War veteran and currently chairman of HWPL has the only answer of Peace.
He is the only man who has the answers and the key of world peace~!!!


Source of Peace News : https://goo.gl/qBXymp


A Peace Activist, Mr. Man Hee Lee has called for abstention form the use of arms in the resolution of the world's many conflicts, warning that the failure to do so might lead to the extinction of mankind.

Mr. Man Hee Lee, a Korean War veteran and currently chairman of an organization called Heavenly Culture, World Peace, and Restoration of Light (HWPL), said he believed negotiations and consensus were the only means of resolving conflicts and creating conditions for lasting peace.

HWPL was founded as an organization that seeks the peaceful reunification of the Korean peninsula.

Chairman of HWPL, Man Hee Lee, speaking to FMT on the sidelines of a peace forum, said: "War only sows the seeds for future conflicts as it is common for the side which has lost to feel resentment towards the victorious side, while the victorious side will inevitably see its victory as justification for violence."

He noted that the 20th century, with its tow world wars and countless smaller conflicts in their wake, was the bloodiest period in human history.

"This year marks the 100th year since the end of the First World War, which leaders swore was the war to end all wars," he said.

"Twenty years later, the Second World War led to an even more horrifying loss of life and destruction on an unimaginable scale across Asia and Europe and resulted in the Cold War and its countless sub-conflicts, including the Korean War."

He warned that a failure to learn form such mistakes could see humanity eventually facing a "war that would end all life".

He said the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula would have a positive impact on the rest of the world because it would set the precedent for other countries to halt their nuclear weapon programs.

"Mankind has unfortunately focused its talents on developing the most efficient means of destroying itself, including the development of nuclear weapons, P: he said.

"Continuing the situation that exists with a divided Korea and a nuclear armed North Korea constantly threatening the use of nuclear weapons is thoroughly unacceptable for the security of North East Asia and the world at large.

"If the North  cam be made to peacefully give up its weapons, if a peace treaty can be signed to replace the armistice currently in effect, then we can have a peace that will benefit the whole world."

North Korea has in recent years tested several atomic weapons and has been conducting regular tests of long range ballistic missiles, sparking fears of an arms rave in the region. Pyongyang has also claimed to have tested a hydrogen bomb last year.

 However, Man Hee Lee HWPL Chairman remains optimistic for peace, nothing that recent history had provided many examples of "reason triumphing over madness".

They say once a country or regime has developed nuclear weapons, it will never give them up," he said. "But South Africa gave up its nuclear weapons in 1989. We also saw the end of the Cold War and the peaceful reunification of Germany around the same time.

"Peace is possible, but we must never give up working for it. If we did there would be little hope of any kind of future for mankind."