HWPL Peace Activity News


News of Substantial Peace Activity of HWPL


Resolving Conflicts and Spreading a Culture of Peace through the DPCW: Realizing Peace on the Korean Peninsula

The 5th Annual Commemoration of the Declaration o World Peace was hosted on 25th May 2018 in Seoul, Korea and other cities around the globe. The 5th Annual Commemorative event was titled ‘Resolving Conflicts and Spreading a Culture of Peace through the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCw). Various peace events for the commemoration were mainly hosted by member NGOs of the IPYG Network in 50 countries. In particular, the event held in Seoul, Kora reflected the recent thawing of tensions on the Korean Peninsula and the outcomes of the Inter-Korea Summit.  It focused on calling for a citizen-led peace movement for the realization of peace on the Korean Peninsula through the implementation of the concepts laid out in the DPCW.

On 25 May 2013, HWPL proclaimed the “Declaration of World Peace” in front of 30,000 young adults at the Peace Gate in Seoul, Korea and subsequently launched a peace movement led by the public garnering support from various youth organizations In working for the common goal of peace, the “Declaration of world peace” urged for combined efforts from all members of society, calling for all individuals to work as peace messengers. It presented a goal of devising a legal instrument recognized by the international community for establishing peace and promotion the cessation of war and highlighted the leading role of the youth as the future leaders of society. This declaration was then further developed into a more concrete set of codes that became the 10 articles and 38 clauses of the DPCW.

Since that initial event every year on May 25th, IPYG(International Peace Youth Group), an affiliate group of HWPL(Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light), mobilizes a worldwide network of youths who advocate for global peace in their respective communities through peace walks and various peace activities to commemorate the proclamation of the Declaration of World Peace on the 25th day of May every year.

DPCW Article 5 “Self Determination” and Article 10 “Spreading a Culture of Peace” 

At the core of the DPCW, which aims at building a world of peace, is the notion of a transition from the ‘rule of power (force)’ that is existing in the current international order to the ‘rule of law’ that is bosed on universal values, including peaceful coexistence and respect for one another.

Article 5 “Self-determination” in the DPCW deals with an efficient approach to matters pertaining to state boundary related issues, such as independence and the prohibition of the annexation of any territorial unit. Since a state may draw a line between respecting and limiting the rights of an individual, the same concepts are applied to the relations between both states and peoples. The DPCW stipulates the principle of the right to self-determination as the international norm.

The application of the right to self-determination for a peaceful world is incomplete in its current stage. The korean Peninsula is not the only place where nation-states and its peoples are froced into making decisions regarding actions ranging from secession or annexation to independence due to a heavy influence from the outside rather than being able to make the decision for themselves. The lessons taught through history show that decisions which lack autonomy breed conflict.

Recent developments, including the widening channels of discussion with neighboring countries, the hosting of the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, and the Inter-Korea Summit, are changes that heighten expect actions for governments and non-governmental organizations alike. With such current developments in mind, this year on May 25th, HWPL hosted the citizen-oriented peace campaign revolving around the values captured in Article 10 of the DPCW, “Spreading a Culture of Peace” and the slogan, “Every Global Citizen Must be a Peace Messenger” HWPL will continue to promote the ideals of free travel and vibrant inter-Koran exchange, as well as laying the grounds for reducing the risk of conflict and establishing global peace, so as to bring progress in terms of World Peace and Restoration of Light as reflected in the NGO’s name.

The peace campaign that was first hosted in the divided nation, Republic of Kora, soon spread to other locations around the glove, calling for an active role to be taken by citizens to break away from the post history of wars and build a new future of peace. States will also discuss efficient measures to be taken to apply the values contained in Articles 5 and 10 of the DPCW.


IPYG, Hand Your Dream

Hand Your Dream

Over 2 millions children have been killed in past 10 years.
At present 18 million children are being raised in the chaos of war more than 8 million Syrian children are in immediate need of aid

Over the past 10 year about 20 Million Children have become homeless

2.5 Million Syrian Children are living as refugee in Neighbouring Contries

Modern Bangladesh Emerged as an independent nation in 1971 after breaking away and achieving independence from pakistan in the Bangladesh liveration war by sacrificing millions of lives.

 To live the world of peace as a legacy to our child, the next generation after us, let us cease wars and advocate peace.

That’s why we have organized an awareness building art competition
“Hand Your Dream”


Children coloring their dreams STOP All the War and bring WORLD PEACE!!!

Organized by IPYG

Juvenile English Medium School Ahsan Habib (Cartoonist)



I hope cheildren are designed to pursue their dreams and to run anywhere around and to gambol happily in a global world by DPCW, international peace law.



Press Conference For 3rd WARP Summit 2017

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Press Conference for the 3rd Annual commemoration of the September 18th WARP Summit Seoul 2017

Around 100 International media professionals showed great interest in and gave applause to the peace activities in the Korean Peninsula

The 10 Articles and 38 Clauses of the DPCW must be Implemented for peace

The Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War, drafted by prominent legal experts, is already here. All people living in this globe, regardless of who they are, have to work together cessation of war and world peace.


HWPL Chairman Man Hee Lee gave this motivational statement at the Press Conference for the 3rd Annual Commemoration of the Grand Intercontinental Hotel in Seoul.

Chairman Man Hee Lee of HWPL explained, North Korea has already done nuclear test 6 times now. In the midst of this current status, HWPL has continued its peace activities, transcending nationalities, ethnicities, and religions. The 3rd Annual commemorative event is being held and participated in nationwide, as well as in various places of the world, at this very moment. We have to cooperate together to participate in these peace initiatives to achieve the ultimate peace.”

The flurry of anticipation filled the conference room as reporters coming from different media agencies raised their hands to ask more questions to HWPL’s Chairman, Man Hee Lee. Also, the questions regarding peace education and the spreading a culture of peace initiatives were thrown to IWPG’s chairwoman.
Around 117 journalists and 105 press agencies from 45 countries including those in the Middle East, Europe, Africa, and others participated in the Q&A session. The primary question topics were regarding international law, peace education, women’s peace activities, spreading a culture of peace  initiatives, peace in the Korean peninsula, and religious conflict and peace.


Reporters showed great interest in HWPL’s activities especially those done for the progress of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War and its peace-spreading campaigns.

HWPL Chairman Man Hee Lee proclaimed, “All people yearn for peace, but until now, there was no sustainable method to achieve it since we still have an everyday environment where we are exposed to violence. The 10 Articles and 38 clauses of the DPCW is the method. Furthemore, peace education, as another method to achieve peace, is necessary for all students and citizens.”

Press Conference Q & A Session

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Q) We hear a lot about terrorism and other violent activities occurring throughout the world. Through what methods can we let the world, especially religious groups, hear the voices of peace and respond to the culture of peace?
-Mourad Sellami, Dune Voices, Tunisia

“Religion, as the forerunner of the achievement of peace, must become the light that enlightens the global community. There are many conflicts due to religious misunderstandings. The World Alliance of Religions’ Peace, WARP Summit has been initiated due to this cause. What is the promise that we made at the first summit?

Political leaders will implement the law for peace; Religious leaders will become united in God; Organization leaders will practically implement these peace initiatives in the field. The Ultimate reason that religious misunderstandings arise and gaps are continuing to widen is because there is a misunderstanding in the comprehensive understanding of each religious scripture.

The WARP Offices are proving that when leaders of religious communities come together in accordance with the understanding of their religous scriptures, the true alliance of religous will be seen. This is now actively being practiced throughout the world.

Also, for the process of building cessation of war and world peace, the role of the international press is imperative.

The ability to make progress really relies on the efforts of the media to spread this news of peace.”

-Chairman of HWPL, Man Hee Lee


Q) What is the most important thing for women to do
to popularize the peace education curriculum globally?
-Juliana golloshi, Balkan Web, albania

“For the implementation of peace education, I think we need to know the contents of the education as well as its proponents.

In other words, the peace education carried out in this world is based on the mindset of chairman Man Hee Lee of HWPL and his footsteps for peace. He is the living curriculum of peace education.

At the 2nd commemoration last year, during my speech, I mentioned a code of conduct to the global community. As the fourth point, I stated that peace education should be implemented throughout the world. Since then, peace education has been actively implemented at many schools and education has been actively implemented at many schools and educational institutions.

This education trains children and youth to learn and build their behavior, attitudes, and communication skills to solve conflicts and issues peacefully. HWPL’s Chairman, Man Hee Lee has established IWPG knowing that mothers are the proponents of peace found in the family and in the community. As one wing of HWPL, along with the heart of a mother IWPG supports the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War and urges leaders of various sectors of society to join in support as well because the document aims to protect children and women and their rights to enjoy peace.

Peace education has to be practiced from the family level all the way through elementary, middle, and high schools and even to universities. IGOs such as UN and UNESCO are to cooperate with HWPL so that the education will be embedded in our everyday lives in order to cease all conflicts.”

-Chairwoman of IWPG


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Q) What outcomes can we anticipate from this event,
as the 3rd Annual Commemoration of the September 18th?
-Thiptawan Teeranaipong, Thai PBS, Thailand

 “All people of the world have to think of the purpose that HWPL pursues and how it is related to the world today. The means of hosting this 3rd Annual Commemorative event is to raise awareness of the issue of peace among many and awaken those people who are asleep in relation to peace.

The 3rd Annual Commemoration of the WARP Summit is not only being held in Seoul but many parts of the world are now also participating. Throughout Korea, too, at this moment, people are lending their ears to this conference.

We have come together to cease all wars and establish peace, and also to urge the world to acknowledge the need for removing weapons of mass destruction.

With those weapons of destruction still in existence, can we really achieve peace in this world? For what purpose were they produced? Aren’t they for war and killing? When war occurs, who goes out to the front line to fight? Aren’t they our children? Do the governments and laws compensate for their sacrifices? In order to make a real compensation, shouldn’t they bring all the victims back to life?

Can we say that those are complete laws and policies? This globe, that is full of life, was given to men as their inheritance. Then, shouldn’t we protect and preserve it? All the politicians and professionals in the political field need to think of and perceive the achievement of peace differently. I also urge all journalists and press to play their role in spreading the messages of peace to all leaders and citizens transparently.”

-Chairman of HWPL, Man Hee Lee


Q) Is there a way to spread peace culture in the most effective way?
-Igor Shevyrov, Izvestia in Ukraine, Ukraine

 “Our purpose is to spread a culture of peace and we, with a passionate heart fo peace, have to become the realities of peace. I think that it should be conveyed with a sense of mission rather than just telling it unilaterally. To convey the news of this peace event, rather than other events, is the most valuable news that all humanity is looking forward to.

All press coming from different parts of the world have now listened to the answers of peace. So, I encourage you to deliver this news through various news platforms and SNS with responsibility. But remember that the proponents are the most important.

Our IWPG will continue to walk with HWPL and put forth every effort to leave the legacy of a world free of wars to future generation through advocating for the establishment of the law for peace and spreading a culture of peace through various women’s peace activities. To those who ar here, once again, I urge everyone to take part actively with the mindset of an owner to deliver the news of peace.”

-Chairwoman of IWPG


Those who gathered at this conference have the responsibility to be the eyes of the global community. Starting from this moment, the press cooperating with HWPL will report the reality of peace to not only their home countries but to all people.

If peace education is performed from childhood, our children won’t hold guns.
We need to educate our children that achieving world peace is extremely natural.

The people on the globe should be the messenger of world peace and work for cessation of war, world peace with the same mind and the same will enthusiastically.
We need to put our mind and will together in order to hand down new era, new world and new life to mankind.

3rd WARP Summit, international ceremony which is sensational and astonishing the world. Let’s watch the event of peace summit~! Click this link ☞ bit.ly/2xybmoi

To the Field of the Peace

Go to the Field of the Peace in New Delhi

Women do not remain silent in taking and walking to prevent violent extremism, India 1

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New Delhi, peace

Having been deeply involved in peace-building efforts in both the past and the present, India is the proud birthplace of many great peace advocates throughout history. Yet there are still unresolved conflicts internally, as well as with the states it shares borders with, blocking its passage to fully achieving peace. Therefore, individuals and communities wanted to fix this current status quo in peace-building from the grass-roots level.

In response, they organized several peace walks and educational activities for Talk and Walk to Prevent Violent Extremismin New Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, and Hyderabad, India. Globally, a wide array of peace-promoting events were held as part of the 4th Annual Commemoration of the Declaration of World Peace. These peace-promoting events in the month of May could not have had more critical timing as global acts of terrorism and violent extremism continued to haunt citizens on a daily basis.

⇒New Delhi

Peace LctureAuthorities at the Indian Heights School had a determined and passionate mind and interest in encouraging their students to become active proponents of peace. After putting in considerable thought and effort, the principal and teachers organized the Peace Awakening Event in collaboration with HWPL staff. Dr. Farida Khanam, a professor at the Jamia Millia Islamia University Center for Peace and Spirituality, was invited to be the main speaker for this special occasion

This special lecture and discussion aimed to go beyond superficial topics and boundaries. Like the rest of informed citizens, students at Indian Heights School were all aware that violent extremism in the form of terrorist attacks, racial discriminations hatred and others take place globally on a daily basis.

Also, as a participant at the HWPL WARP Peace Office, Dr. Farida Khanam made sure to challenge the bright students of Indian Heights School to think about what drives these perpetuators and terrorists to commit such atrocious and unjustifiable actions.

People commit violence due to ideas they have been taught.” said, Dr. Khanam.
“These wrong, corrupted leaders teach young men, if they kill others, throw bomb, or commit suicide bombing, they will go to heaven or paradise, but it is wrong. It is not the teaching of any scriptures in religion”.
Religion, which should have been a source of hope and peace, is instead utilized by a small group of religious leaders to shape and drive people to take extreme measures and hurt others. Shedding a light into the reality we face today, Dr. Khanam and students saw the importance of instilling ideas centered on peace instead of violence. Indeed, spreading a culture of peace to prevail over the culture of violence requires everyone to “make peace on earth together regardless of any race, nation, religion, and culture”.

HWPL, IWPG, IPYG create a world of peace, not war. Let’s stop war which kills people! We want peace! Let’s spread a culture of peace~!!


HWPL, IWPG and IPYG, Marching of Peace


The Legislate Peace Campaign to receive the public’s attention


HWPL, IWPG and IPYG, Marching of Peace


250,000 unite to voice their positive demands for peace by adding their signatures
Seoul, Republic of Korea – The World Peace Gate in Seoul’s Olympic Park is expected to be filled with vibrant young people from all across Korea and from overseas for the upcoming 3rd Annual Commemoration of the Declaration of World Peace and Peace Walk on 25 May 2016.

Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL), a UN DPI registered non-governmental organization, will host the event in Seoul together with the International Women’s Peace Group (IWPG) and International Peace Youth Group (IPYG).
Ecuador Earthquake Relief Donation Booths will be set up to call for united actions among youth to care for people of Ecuador in their time of need.

Just last year, over 200,000 people showed their commitment for peace by participating in HWPL peace walks in 50 cities held in 30 countries simultaneously, igniting the flame of peace in the hearts of many.

This year’s commemorative event is expected to host more than 250,000 people from across the globe.

The event will highlight the global peace advocacy movement, the Legislate Peace Campaign, recently launched to bring all wars to an end by establishing an enforceable law compatible with the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW).

Drafted by the HWPL International Law Peace Committee and proclaimed on March 14th this year the DPCW has steadily received the public’s attention.

It represents the voices of all those yearning for peace and urges States to protect their citizen’s rights to enjoy peaceful lives.

The Legislate Peace Campaign calls on global citizens to unite as one to voice their positive demands for peace by adding their signatures.

World leaders and governments are also being called on to make and enforce a national law based on the principles of the DPCW.

HWPL International lawMany heads of state have written letters of support for the DPCW and over 190,000 signatures from 152 countries have been collected through on and offline platforms worldwide in less than two months.

Marking the 3rd anniversary of its proclamation, the Declaration of World Peace has seen its fruit through the DPCW as the document states: “Of what use is a young life, born in our day and age, if it is thrown away in this manner – thrown away without having had a chance to bloom? What price can compensate for the loss of a life? … In whatever way you can, we ask that you work to further the cause of world peace and restoration, making it a reality in your direct environments.”

In hundreds of cities, including Sydney, New York City, Manila, Shanghai, Cape Town and Oakland; youth, women, and all citizens will march for peace, replacing a culture of war with a culture of peace.

The Legislate Peace Campaign will promote an online gathering for peace through its Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/legislatepeace starting from May 24th.

HWPL Peace


Peace Marching with IPYG, IWPG and HWPL

Peace Marching with IPYG, IWPG and HWPL

Marching in the streets for peace, this event was hosted in collaboration with the International Youth Peace Group (IPYG), International Women’s Peace Group (IWPG), and Heavenly Culture World Peace Restoration of Light(HWPL).

IWPG, Peace News☞ http://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/Local/Peoples-Post/marching-the-streets-for-peace-marching-the-streets-for-peace-20160530

Thousands of people gathered in the Cape Town CBD at the War Memorial on the corners of Heerengracht Street and Coen Steytler Roundabout for a mass peace walk.

The walk was the third annual commemoration of the Declaration of World Peace and the Peace Walk saw people from all over Cape Town coming together supporting the cry for peace.

The event was hosted in collaboration with the International Youth Peace Group (IPYG), International Womens Peace Group (IWPG), and Heavenly Culture World Peace Restoration of Light(HWPL).

The day was celebrated with schools from Manenberg doing a demonstration with body colour-flashing sequence, a drama skit by members of the International Peace Youth Group, and a march led by the Fairmount High School marching band.


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Legislate Peace campaign enforce world leaders and governments

The DPCW is unique …

Legislate Peace campaign enforce world leaders and governments

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Can a law stop wars? 500,000 signatures collected for the Legislate Peace Campaign

peacewalkEver since the 14th of March, when The Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War was proclaimed, in New Delhi, Hyderabad, and Mumbai, the Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL) Peace Advocacy Committees had their opening ceremonies to actively urge for the implementation of an enforceable international law to bring a full stop to all conflicts. Also at Mumbai metropolitan majistrate court, Samsara school, Great Valley School, Modern School Noida, Mand Kaushalya Global the Complete School were gathered over 10,000 supportive signatures with the participation of a number of organizations.

On 25th May, 300,000 people gathered simultaneously in hundreds of cities including Seoul, New York City, Sydney, and Shanghai for the 3rd Annual Commemoration of the Declaration of World Peace: Legislate Peace Campaign hosted by HWPL in their respective time zones.

Filled with vibrant people yearning for peace, the event at the World Peace Gate in Seoul Olympic Park especially captured the eyes of many. This year’s commemoration highlighted the global peace advocacy movement, Legislate Peace Campaign, recently launched to bring all wars to an end by establishing an enforceable law compatible with the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW).

The DPCW is unique in that it includes provisions aimed at resolving conflicts, reducing war potential, repurposing weapons to benefit humanity and inviting all citizens to participate in the active promotion of a lasting culture of peace.

The Legislate Peace Campaign calls on global citizens to unite as one to voice their positive demand for peace by adding their signatures. According to HWPL, as of May 25th, the collected signatures have exceeded 500,000 from 154 countries in less than two months and many heads of state have written official letters of support for the DPCW. The number of signatures is expected to reach 2,000,000 by the end of this year.

“Today, marking the 3rd anniversary, at this very moment, our family of peace must be having their eyes and ears in this place…What we are ought to leave to our future generations is the common good of mankind, peace. There is no greater legacy than peace and it is not achieved by one person. Therefore, we all must become messengers of peace,” said Chairman Man Hee Lee of HWPL in his commemorative address.

Since the proclamation of the Declaration of World Peace on 25th May 2013, HWPL has proposed its international law initiative to draft a legally binding instrument for all States to adopt that ultimately promotes a culture of peace and ceases all wars through the DPCW. A Korean youth leader said at an interview, “The organization has already made great progress in achieving its peace initiatives. It’s exciting to see what the next work will be.”

Especially, at these days events, there were booths installed to fund-raise for countries which were prone to severe natural disasters. HWPL, IWPG, IPYG, and citizens were continuously putting hands together to help those who are suffering from Sri Lanka flood and a severe outcome caused by earthquakes in Ecuador that happened recently.

Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL), a UN DPI registered NGO, is an internationally recognized peace organization. It has pioneered various peace activities including the World Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Office, as well as held peace education seminars, peace walks, and peace forums with the International Women’s Peace Group (IWPG) and International Peace Youth Group (IPYG).

3rd Annual Commemoration of the Declaration of World Peace is an annually and internationally celebrated event to commemorate the proclamation of the Declaration of World Peace presented by Chairman of HWPL on 25 May 2013. The Declaration calls everyone to work to further the cause of world peace, making it a reality in their direct environments.

Legislate Peace Campaign is an advocacy movement in support of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW) being developed into an enforceable law. The campaign calls on world leaders and governments to make and enforce a law based on the principles of the DPCW.

IPYG, Peace Event and Walk

IPYG – Peace Event and Walk

ipyg peacewalk, hyde park

Sun, 29 May at 2:00 PM, Sydney, NSW, Australia
IPYG – Peace Event and Walk

Peace event and Peace walk organised by IPYG “International Peace Youth Group”.

ipyg PeaceCome and join us at Hyde Park North to celebrate peace and for the implementation of international law to cease all wars and achieve WORLD PEACE!

This is a Non-fundraising event. Everyone is more than welcome to join.

There will be Guest speakers, free entertainment such as performances, face painting and Peace Walk.

Event starts from 2pm until 4pm.

ipyg, Hyde park

Hyde Park North
Prince Albert Rd & Saint James Road, Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia

IPYG, International Peace Youth Group

Organiser of IPYG – Peace Event and Walk
For World Peace to become a reality, this is the duty of all youth,everywhere.

The essence of IPYG has been built upon Our Creed and Purpose and the Declaration of World Peace. Undertaking what has been proclaimed in the Declaration of World Peace, IPYG believes in the important role youth play as a force for peace in the world. Hence, IPYG aims to follow accordingly: we share, gather, and produce


Urging implementation of the international law for the cessation of war & achievement of world peace

“Legislate Peace”

Yes, Peace!

No, War!!

IPYG, Peace Event and Walk Source☞ https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/ipyg-peace-event-and-walk-tickets-25711984237

IPYG, Peace Walk

IPYG, 525 Peace Walk

IPYG ☞ http://www.ipyg.org/content.php?p=EN/peacewalk


Peace Walk, International Peace Youth Group


Making a change starts with a movement

That’s why we are moving for peace. Since May 25th, 2013, in Seoul, Korea, where over 27,000 people took part in our cause, we’ve been marching for peace. Peace walks are one of the greatest ways for our growing movement to create awareness and empower communities around the world to be part of this change. We’ve marched from USA to Portugal, and Germany to Bangladesh, but we’re not stopping there. (It’s very simple. Whether you like dancing, running, or painting, if you have the heart for peace, you can be part of this movement.) Join us in leading the world in this movement today.




HWPL, for the Implementation of the International Law

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

Tianjin, Guangzhou, Inner Mongolia in China


After the launch on March 15 in South Korea, the HWPL Peace Advocacy Committee for the Implementation of the International Law on the Cessation of War and Achievement of World Peace (hereinafter HWPL Peace Advocacy Committee) is gaining momentum globally in galvanizing efforts to build peace in nations and urge for the international law that will leave a peaceful world for future generations.

March 18 and 22, the HWPL Peace Advocacy Committee launched in three Chinese regions; Tianjin on the 18th, Guangzhou and Inner Mongolia on the 22nd.

Chaina HWPLThe HWPL Advocacy Peace Committee, which has women, youth group leaders and leading figures of society as members, is expected to promote the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War and carry out educational programs to support the enactment of the International Law on the Cessation of War and Achievement of World Peace (hereinafter the International Law).

The launching ceremonies had the viewing of videos on HWPL and IWPG peace works, a presentation on the necessity of the International Law, introduction of the milestones that led to the establishment of the HWPL Peace Advocacy Committee, an appointing ceremony of members, speeches and presentations by key participants, and a discussion session for future action plans.

Establish Peace For Future Generations


“We must join peace works and exercise the idea of peace at our homes, workplaces
and in our everyday lives.

When many people know that peace is good for us,
building peace will become an easy task.”

Zhang He / Soprano Singer
Tianjin Opera and Dance Drama Theatre


“I feel humbled by this new mission, but I also think this is a calling one cannot reject.

As a peace advocate, I will carry on with this calling. I will be ever grateful
and bring everything I have to fulfill this purpose.”

Ma Li Fang / Chairperson
Princeton International Education Group

china peacePeace China” I came to realize that love and peace is greater than any other volunteer work I have done.

Peace movements have already begun in other countries, and I realize I joined a bit late, but I will proceed following the steps of love and peace.

As a great family of peace, what we do will be remembered as a beautiful deed by history.”

Zhang He / Soprano Singer
 Tianjin Opera and Dance Drama Theatre

PeaceSource: http://www.internationalwomenspeacegroup.org/media/news/news_item_32.php