Monday, 3 July 2017

‘Peace building is not an individual task’

‘Peace building is not an individual task’

Man Hee Lee

Faced with the reality of uncertainty in global cooperation triggered by a chain of political upheavals from the Brexit to elections in the United States and European states, the Chairman of an international peace organisation under the UN Department of Public Information (DPI), Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL), Man Hee Lee said peace building is not an individual task.

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Discussing a new approach to pursue an international peaceful order, with 1800 stakeholders in governance, Peace Forum for the first Annual Commemoration of the DPCW was held in Seoul, South Korea by HWPL.

In commemoration of the DPCW proclaimed on the same date in last year, the forum reaffirmed the importance of global peace movement currently on progress under the Legislate Peace Campaign to establish the principle of international law for peace through the introduction of a UN resolution based on the DPCW.

According to Man Hee Lee, “peace building is not an individual task, but is relevant to everyone as a common purpose of the global community.”

In his submission, he offered the role of religion as a bridge builder of peace rather than the core of conflict and violence by adding that “our orientations must be one for peace. Whether religious secular world it is, there is no exception.”

In the progress report, the secretary general of HWPL, Dong Min Im, explained the significance of peace projects in HWPL by saying, “The work is to put an end to war in our globe and make a foundation of a world of everlasting peace, which is unprecedented in history.” He continued, “The solution to peace is all of us becoming messengers of peace.”

Chairman of Buddhist Central Council for National Unification, Bup Hye Kim, also offered a picture of concrete action plans of HWPL in achieving peace.

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He said “Youth and women are the main scapegoats in war, but even in this reality we must face the fact that youth and women are voluntarily standing at the forefront to build the foundation of peace with HWPL.”

The DPCW with its 10 articles and 38 clauses was drafted by HWPL and legal experts in international law. Based on the spirit of the Charter of the United Nations and Declaration of Human Rights, the DPCW advocates peace as a global order through respect on international law, ethnic/religious freedom, and spreading a culture of peace.

Efforts of promoting peaceful coexistence with initiatives of HWPL contribute to conflict resolution to raise mutual understanding that can restrain hostility. Seminars and culture events at both local and national levels have been hosted by HWPL with the local community to overcome religious or ethnic boundaries.

Areas of conflict where threats of life are persistent including Syria, Israel and Palestine are included to raise awareness for peace building.

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