5.25 HWPL Day News: World Peace Summit Memorial
Discovering Platinum of Peace: Royal Bafokeng Nation
5.25 HWPL Day News: World Peace Summit Memorial in South Africa
During the event, 700 high school and university students in the RBN(Royal Bafokeng Nation) community presented a performance at Lebone ll College of the Royal Bafokeng, with the theme of “Unity beyond difference”.
In each scene, the students freely expressed their eagerness and hope that they can fulfil their dreams in a peaceful world without wars.
The performance brought the entire audience to tears. The sincerity of Chairman Lee’s message moved the hearts of the people of Bafokeng: “Let us all become messengers of peace and let us leave peace as a legacy to our future generations.”
As the highlight of the Peace Festival, there was a ceremony unveiling the “World Peace Summit Memorial” in remembrance of the summit in Korea as well as lives lost and broken in the midst of wars.
People from all over the world will visit this imposing place to contemplate peace and the collaborative work and contribution of the HWPL’s delegation and people of RBN.
As a vivid example demonstrating the possibility of world peace, the peace festival in Royal Bafokeng Nation was a historical event that will be kept forever in the African history.
In the mean time, HWPL together with its affiliates, IPYG and IWPG, will hold the World Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Summit in Africa at University of South Africa (UNISA) in Pretoria, South Africa from March 30th to 31st 2015.
The summit is also greatly supported by Home Affairs of South Africa, African Youth Union, National Interfaith Council of South Africa (NICSA), and Interfaith Action for Peace in Africa (IFAPA).
Approximately 1,500 people will be attending the two-day summit which will bring together the world renowned chief justices, religious leaders, ambassadors, African royalties, political leaders, women and youth representatives particularly serving for the Southern African Development Community (SADC) regions. The summit will be the African chapter of the WARP Summit which took place in Seoul, South Korea in September 2014.