World youth fly the flag for international peace
From Seoul to Cape Town, activists will stand together, writes TYLER ROODT Noble companion
WHILE youngsters from around the world gather for the third annual World Alliance of Religions’ Peace summit in Seoul on Monday to address the North Korean nuclear threat, Cape Town’s youth will be playing their part too.
The International Peace Youth Group, which promotes the important role youth play in promoting world peace, will be holding a “peace demonstration” at the Castle of Good Hope today from 10am, as a way of uniting against global threats to peace.
“We are all about young people coming together to achieve world peace,” said the group’s regional co-ordinator, Cleo Baartman. “We want to inspire youth to leave behind a better world for future generations.”
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The non-profit humanitarian organisation, Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light has proposed a new international law known as the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War, designed to end all wars.
The group’s demonstration today is on until noon. The dress code is “cultural attire”, which, according to Baartman, is an important principle of the group. “We want to promote a culture of peace,” she said.
The 4th annual commemoration of the Declaration of World Peace in May. This weekend many more activists from different religions will gather in Seoul.
The 4th annual commemoration of the Declaration of World Peace in May inspired the younger generation to rally for their future security.