A multilateral proposal for peace, coexistence and mutual understanding Four years have passed since Nelson Mandela, the conscience of humanity in both South Africa and the globe, passed away. The long struggle for rebuilding human rights by Mr. Mandela and
Human rights violations against the religious minority by a major Christian group in Korea cause global criticism The crimes committed in the name of religion are the same as wounds of war “I shouted out the church window, ‘Help me!’.
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Peace education is introduced in Guatemala, Cambodia, Sri Lanka, and Iraq in cooperation with an international NGO – HWPL Government ministries in Guatemala, Cambodia, Sri Lanka, and Iraq signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) with an international peace NGO, HWPL,
A Festival of “Heavenly Culture on Earth, Onward to a World of Lasting Peace” Held in South Korea On September 18th, leaders of the two Koreas have met in Pyongyang, North Korea, for the third meeting for inter-Korean reconciliation. With
2018 HWPL Peace Summit is held to discuss the comprehensive development of peace-building through institutionalization and inter-Korean reconciliation In order to discuss the ideas and implementation required to achieve peace, a peace summit under the theme of “Collaboration for Peace
African heads of state gathered together to leave a legacy of peace to future generations of peace On 10 August, in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the births of former South African President Nelson Mandela and the human rights
Opened for the students in Yei, Juba, South Sudan on June- The South African Broadcasting Corporation(SABC) reported that the president and the rebel leader had contacted for the first time in more than two years in South Sudan, where the