HWPL Peace Advocacy Committee in Fiji, India

 

The HWPL Peace Advocacy Committee
in Fiji, India

 

PeaceDiscussion on Activity plan of the HWPL Advocacy Committee for the Implementation of the International Law on the Cessation of War and Achievement of World Peace

hwpl peaceThe HWPL Peace Advocacy Committee for the Implementation of the International Law on the Cessation of War and Achievement of World Peace                               – Fiji, India

 

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March 23rd and April 2nd, the IWPG hosted launching ceremonies of ‘the HWPL Peace Advocacy Committee’ in Fiji and India respectfully.

At the launching ceremony held in India, 50 members who represent women’s groups, youth groups, and the media were present including Nachiket Anil Dave, Lawyer of the Supreme Court of India, Amit Kumar Singh, Founder of LexDelhi and Praveen Roy, Principal of Samsara The World Academy.

Equipped with a full understanding of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War and the role of ‘the HWPL Peace Advocacy Committee’ (full name: HWPL Peace Advocacy Committee for the Implementation of the International Law on the Cessation of War and Achievement of World Peace), the committee members at the event shared notable cases of peace campaigns and future plans of the Committee.

Nachiket Anil Dave, a lawyer of the Supreme Court of India remarked, “On 14th March, 2016 — A historic Declaration that will protect humanity, the Law of Peace [has been] proclaimed… And so now is the time to implement this Declaration to achieve the object of World Peace….”

The event was covered as major news by PTC Network. ‘The HWPL Peace Advocacy Committee’ is set to grow further with planned launching ceremonies in Hyderabad and Mumbai.

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“I will promote the Declaration to all youth group leaders that I meet at the National Youth Council and collect signatures.”
– William Nayacatabu, President of National Youth Council of Fiji –

“We will align our efforts alongside the youth who are future leaders, and we will work to bring peace in the coming generations.”
– Nisha Buksh, National President of Fiji Muslim Women’s League –

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“It takes effort to stand for peace, and peace is always contextual emanating from local context reaching towards global peace, peace for all.”
– Amit Kumar Singh, Founder of LexDelhi –

“I found the answer to the peace work that I have taken on, and now, I want to make peace in Manipur.”
– Binalakshmi Nepram, Founder of Manipur Women Gun Survivors Network –

“I pledge to work with you and lead a signing campaign to support the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War to collect 10,000 signatures.”
– Praveen Roy, Principal of Samsara The World Academy

 

♦ How to pledge

 

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Click image or click here  ☞ http://www.peacelaw.org/site/pledge

 

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