HWPL News: Interfaith Dialogue of Scriptures is based on WARP Peace Summit
HWPL World Alliance of Religions Peace Office
Seed of Peace Grows in the Hearts of Religious Leaders and Youths in London:
The Second Dialogue of Scriptures hosted by HWPL
Phramaha Bhatsakorn Piyobhaso commented, “We can work together successfully and my hope is that all religions can be used to bring us together to unify the people.” This message echoed in the hearts of the religious leaders in the UK to work together in the name of peace as they continue to spread a positive message within their communities.
In the evening, the participants watched the highlights of the successful Africa World Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Summit, hosted by HWPL and its affiliates International Women’s Peace Group (IWPG, Chairwoman Nam Hee Kim) and International Peace Youth Group (IPYG, Director Du Hyun Kim), on 30-31 March 2015 at the University of South Africa, Pretoria.
The summit called for the unity and action to ensure interfaith harmony and the lasting legacy of peace for the future generations. The Africa WARP Summit and the Dialogue of Scriptures are a continuation of the success of the WARP Summit held in South Korea on 17-19 September 2014. At the summit last year, two noteworthy agreements were signed by more than 2,000 global leaders at one sitting: “The Agreement to propose the Enactment of an International Law for the Cessation of War” and “The Agreement for the Alliance of Religions” to bring about inter-faith harmony.
With a definitive answer to why there are constant conflicts and wars that threaten peace, why we need a world without war, and how we can create a world of peace, the Chairpersons of HWPL and its affiliates are actively working to make world peace a reality by facilitating inter-religious dialogues, and gathering governmental and judiciary officials to enact an international law for the cessation of all wars.
HWPL Summit News: Signing Ceremony 2014, WARP Peace Summit
The WARP Peace Summit held in South Korea on 17-19 September 2014 by HWPL brought about inter-faith harmony.
1. The Agreement to propose the Enactment of an International Law for the Cessation of War
2. The Agreement for the Alliance of Religions
In the mean time, for the first time in history, Chairman Man Hee Lee of HWPL announced the Declaration of World Peace on May 25th 2013 in Seoul, Korea in front of 30,000 youths from all over the world. Since then, the IPYG Peace Walk Festivals have taken place to celebrate the annual commemoration. Well-known cities like Carson City in California, Mindanao in the Philippines and Royal Bafokeng Nation in the Republic of South Africa have designated May 25th as ‘HWPL Day’ as a day of world peace. This year, on 5.25 2015 HWPL Peace Day marked the 2nd Annual Commemoration of the Declaration of World Peace and IPYG Walk Festival which will be hosted by HWPL branches in over 50 cities from 30 countries including New York, San Francisco, and Berlin.