Com­pre­hen­sive ap­proaches to build ‘Peace Gover­nance’

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cus­sion in find­ing one com­plete truth.”

In ad­di­tion, Mr. Man Hee Lee, Chair­man of HWPL, stressed on the role of the re­li­gious lead­ers in the cur­rent global sit­u­a­tion and the im­por­tance of their mis­sion for world peace.

He urged re­li­gious lead­ers to take the lead in re­al­iz­ing re­li­gious rec­on­cil­i­a­tion and re­li­gious peace through com­mu­ni­ca­tion.

“Re­li­gious lead­ers have to be­come the just and right­eous scale mea­sur­ing all re­li­gious scrip­tures.

“They gather all re­li­gious scrip­tures and work to de­fine the trust­wor­thy scrip­ture with a le­git­i­mate stan­dard at the WARP Of­fice.

Every­thing that re­li­gious lead­ers dis­cuss must clearly be based on what is writ­ten in the scrip­ture, which needs to be com­pre­hen­sively an­a­lyzed and stud­ied for the true al­liance of re­li­gions.”

At the Re­gion-Spe­cific Dis­cus­sion for the Im­ple­men­ta­tion of the Dec­la­ra­tion of Peace and Ces­sa­tion of War (DPCW), ex­perts in var­i­ous fields such as govern­ment of­fi­cials, civil so­ci­ety lead­ers, and me­dia dis­cussed how im­ple­ment the peace projects in each re­gion.

The par­tic­i­pants con­ceived peace projects in ac­cor­dance with lo­cal con­di­tions, such as im­ple­ment­ing peace ed­u­ca­tion and cul­tural pro­grams, ac­ti­vat­ing ‘Leg­is­late Peace’ cam­paigns which are sup­port­ive sign­ing cam­paigns for the DPCW, es­tab­lish­ing a peace net­work, and set­ting up a road map for peace pol­icy dur­ing the round­table dis­cus­sion by coun­try or con­ti­nent.

Also, they wrote pro­pos­als and signed agree­ments to im­ple­ment the projects sys­tem­at­i­cally in their coun­try.

The DPCW, drafted by HWPL ad­vo­cat­ing in­ter­na­tional coop- er­a­tion for global peace, ap­pealed to the par­tic­i­pants in terms of in­vent­ing peace-spe­cific pol­icy mak­ing in coun­tries for the le­gal foun­da­tion to pro­mote peace.

“The DPCW serves as a frame­work of a ro­bust, global in­fra­struc­ture built by sovereign states on a foun­da­tion of tol­er­ance, mu­tual un­der­stand­ing, and di­a­logue de­vel­oped to re­sist con­flict.

I believe that we will be able to find out ways to co­op­er­ate to­gether with all stake­hold­ers to work to­ward pro­mot­ing peace in each of our re­spec­tive coun­try.” said H.E. Chin Malin, Un­der­sec­re­tary of State of Min­istry of Jus­tice.

Rep­re­sen­ta­tives of women’s or­ga­ni­za­tions car­ry­ing out ac­tive peace move­ment from 53 coun­tries shared the role of women lead­ers in the en­act­ment of the ef­fec­tive in­ter­na­tional law for peace and the im­por­tance of net- work­ing for urg­ing the DPCW in co­op­er­a­tion with In­ter­na­tional Women‘s Peace Group (IWPG) at 2017 IWPG Net­work Fo­rum.

Ms. Nam Hee Kim, Chair­woman of IWPG, said “Let us all sup­port the im­ple­men­ta­tion of an in­ter­na­tional law in or­der to pro­tect our chil­dren from the suf­fer­ing caused by vi­o­lence and ag­gres­sion and in­stead nur­ture them in an en­vi­ron­ment of peace.

Peace ed­u­ca­tion should start from within the fam­ily. We should be­come the moth­ers who can proudly say that we work hard to in­herit the world of peace.” urg­ing for the power of the world’s 3.6 bil­lion women in achiev­ing world peace and their role in each field for the pur­pose of in­ter­na­tional law en­act­ment.

HWPL In­ter­na­tional Press De­part­ment Heavenly Cul­ture, World Peace, Restora­tion of Light.

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