Sri Lankan Leaders Give An Attention To HWPL Peace Advisory Committee For Cessation Of War And World Peace
HWPL Peace Network Dialogue in Colombo
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Colombo, Sri Lanka – On April 10th, Hector Kobbekaduwa Agrarian Research and Training Institute(“HARTI”) and Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (“HWPL”) co-hosted peace network dialogue on 10 April in Colombo. More than 40 figures of social leaders in government, women and youth group, religious leaders and journalists attended including Mr. Kusala Kumara Fernando in Ministry of Education Divisional Director, Dr. Deshapriya S. Wijetunge a Director General of SUNFO Global Youth Forums, Dr Jehan Perera an Executive Director of the NPC, reporters from ITN, and Lankapuvath Ltd.
At this peace network dialogue, the famous research and training institute HARTI gave a presentation for HWPL as an international peace organization in association with the United Nations Department of Public Information (UNDPI), actively spreads the culture and message of peace to every corner of the world with the hope of achieving cessation of wars through the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War and interfaith dialogue in World Alliance of Religions’ Peace Office. And they also introduced the HWPL Peace Advisory Committee, comprising of youth and women representatives in affliated IWPG and IPYG, will quickly rise to urge the international community to support the Declaration with Sri Lankan leaders of diverse sectors including law, women and youth, and education. Various participants in Colombo had a meaningful time to discuss their specific activity plan in cooperation with HWPL.
In the congratulatory message as HWPL Publicity Ambassador Ven. Wattegama Dhammawasa Nayaka Thero, the president of Sri Subodharama Buddhist Center who has already participated in WARP peace office for 6 times, he said that he agreed with the thought of Mr. Lee, the chairman of HWPL, emphasizing the importance of religious harmony based on each religious text. He also focused on the essential role of WARP peace office.
Also IPYG Publicity Ambassador Dr. Deshapriya S. Wijetunge, a Director General of SUNFO Global Youth Forums, has suggested that youth and women have to take action for peace, and realize the necessity and the importance of actual law which is able to protect them from the threat of war. Nowadays, HWPL have started a massive signature campaign for 1.2 million people in support of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War that Sri Lankan youth shall take the lead to urge and support it.
Sri Lanka has long painful history of conflicts by civil war for about 40 years. Accordingly, all people were unanimous in their wish for peace and they met the HWPL heartfelt peace movement to host WARP peace office and media forum frequently in recent two years. The manager in HWPL delivered a message to make collaboration with Sri Lanka for the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War, activities to urge and support are expected proactively.
HWPL was established for world peace in 2013 by peace activist Man Hee Lee who is a Korean War veteran. He received high praise from around the world including UN, leaders of political, religious and press group that he suggested ‘the most innovative and practical solution for world peace’. HWPL is Non-Government peace organization which has about 170 branches around the world. Since 2012, Chairman Lee has been working for world peace by 24 times of peace tour and he made peace agreement with heads of states and leaders of various group.
On the 14th of March 2016 in Seoul, South Korea, HWPL held a Proclamation Ceremony of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War which was drafted in last 6 months. HWPL International Law Peace Committee has contributed their expertise to develop the draft of the Declaration and is composed of renowned scholars, law professors, and chief justices of supreme courts from around the world.
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