Eager for 2017 WARP Summit

Expectant 2017 WARP Peace Summit

World Peace is being fulfilled.

2017 WARP, World Alliance of Religions for Peace Summit Teaser Video by HWPL


The World Alliance of Religions for Peace Summit(WARP) was hosted and politicians and religious leaders from each nation made a pledge in sight of God and all the people of the world to cease war and achieve peace.

This is being fulfilled.

From religious was 120,000 people died in Mindanao, Philippines and politics, laws, military could not resolve this problem. However, together with Chairman Man Hee Lee of HWPL resolved it.

Also for all religions to  become in the world, the work of comparing scriptures is being done.

I’m very much looking forward to 2017 World Alliance of Religions for Peace Summit.  Because world peace is near completion.

Let’s cheer for the 2017 WARP Summit together~


3rd Annual Commemoration of the WARP Peace Summit, Seoul 2017

Tell about WARP Peace Summit by HWPL Publicity Ambassador

Tell about World Alliance of Religions’ Peace Summit by a Bahraini HWPL Publicity Ambassador

HWPL Publicity Ambassador, Yousif M. Buzaboon, spoke thus.

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<Chairman of the Bahrain Association/ Yousif M. Buzaboon/ Bahrain>

From today, the Republic of Korea will be recorded in world history as the country of peace.
Through the 170 countries gathered today (at the WARP Peace Summit by HWPL), the world will begin to change.

Mr. Yousif M. Buzaboon, thank you very much for granting an interview~ 

Refer to ☞ https://edelweisshwplpeace.wordpress.com/2015/06/06/effect-of-chairman-of-hwpl-man-hee-lee-and-bahraini-buzaboon/


※ By the virtue of peace activity of HWPL, the Republic of Korea is known as peace country around the world which is working for peace.
“World Peace” is the purpose of  all of us in a global village as well as HWPL.
If there are someone bothering achieving world peace, that is ridiculous~!!!


About HWPL, WARP Peace Summit -Emil Constantinescu

 About World Alliance of Religions’ Peace Summit

-Emil Constantinescu, 3rd President of Romania


<3rd President of Romania/ Emil Constantinescu/ Romania>

What happened here in Seoul was the first pragmatic approach.
Because as religious and political leaders, we all signed an agreement which is a pragmatic step in promotiong peace and to say categorically, ‘no!’ to wars.


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<HWPL Peace Advisory Council>

President of Academy for Cultural Diplomacy Berlin, President of Romania 1996-2000, Peace Advisory Council of HWPL
He supports and helps proactive and dynamic for world peace of HWPL.

Interview about World Alliance of Religions’ Peace Summit by Egyptian HWPL Member

Interview about World Alliance of Religions’ Peace Summit by an Egyptian HWPL Member

An Egyptian HWPL member, President of MCSED, Henny Ibrahim spoke thus.

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<President of MCSED/ Henny Ibrahim/ Egypt>

 I think the added value of this summit is a nation, South Korea.
This WARP Peace Summit Comes from people to people,
not from government ot people.
This is wht it’s important and this is why it’s different.

Henny Ibrahim, thank you so much for giving an interview.

Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light, HWPL is an international organization which pursues, to advocate for the implementation of international law on the cessation of war and world peace, the goal of resolving the present armed conflicts around the world in a peaceful manner.

Celebrating Finale of WARP Peace Summit 2016

‘The HWPL Banquet 2016’
Gathered All Peace Lovers
at the Peace Palace

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Celebrating the Finale of the WARP Summit 2016

Engraving the light of harmony on the white walls of the Peace Palace

Those who took part in the Peace Festival of the 2nd Annual Commemoration of the WARP Summit also came to the HWPL Annual Banquet 2016. On the white walls of the Peace Palace where the banquet was held, the world of peace which every person wishes for was embroidered. The light of the full moon cascades down on their foreheads.

The river flowing dissolves the sound of the fireworks. Their hearts bind together, becoming inseparable. Peace has now come into the hearts of the people who promised to be united for the common goal of all humanity. The light of peace shines in the hearts of people and becomes the light that never fades away.

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The HWPL Banquet 2016 gathered all peace lovers who truly understand the vision of HWPL, transcending ethnicities, nationalities, religions, and ideologies. They promised to implement the plans of action discussed during the previous sessions, and to gather again after implementing them within their respective areas. People also reaffirmed that they will cooperate for the development of a legal institutional strategy, that is, the peace law that ensures the implementation of a new order, thus bringing a peaceful world out from the current societal system, which is led by power and authority.

With the flower of peace in his hand, HWPL Chairman Man Hee Lee spoke to the participants.

“Global family of peace, thank you all for your efforts in bringing peace in the world. Our work is to establish peace on this earth. Let us become messengers of peace and achieve a peaceful world to pass down as an eternal legacy of peace to the future. Once again, I ask Presidents of all States to sign your support for the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War for its development and adoption. I urge all people here to put forth our efforts for the work of peace to proceed promptly as we promised with each other.”

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Peace will be sustained through many processes and orders. Participants of this year’s Summit desire the spirit of harmony to overflow in the whole world. The continued adventure for peace awaits them.

Celebrating Finale of WARP Peace Summit 2016 Source ⇒ http://hwpl.kr/media/hwpl_news/view/159

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HWPL WARP Summit Goals and Sweden WARP Office: Peace Q & A

HWPL WARP Summit Goals and Sweden WARP Office: Religious Leaders’ Q & A


peaceGoals of WARP Summit

1. To begin the process of establishing a universally applicable system of values focussing on aspects of morality and experience of life that bind us together as a global family.

 2. Establish a basic ideological foundation upon which a World Alliance of Religions can be built in order to bring conflicts founded on differing religious ideologies to an end.

 3. Draft and publicly make the Declaration of the World Alliance of Religions.

 4. Define the roles of cultural leaders, both secular and religious, in the creation and implementation of a new, heavenly culture.

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1st HWPL Sweden Gothenburg WARP Office

The Sweden Branch of HWPL delivered great news from the Scandinavian Peninsula. On January 23, the first WARP Office meeting in Gothenburg was held, making it a great start to the new year. While participants actively discussed and held scripture dialogues in Stockholm and Malmo WARP Offices in 2015, words of mouth quickly spread to religious leaders in Gothenburg to start their own WARP Office meeting in 2016.

Just as news for peace starts to disseminate in Sweden, we anticipate world peace is not merely a remote goal. Religious leaders, who have earnest hearts for peace, gathered at the 1st Sweden Gothenburg WARP Office and discussed on the topic of ‘Peace According to the Scriptures.’ Let’s explore the responses to various questions from each representative of Islam, Krishna and Sikhism.

Does Your Scripture Have Records of When and How a Peaceful Nation Will Come?

HWPL PeaceAgha Yahya Khan (Islam/ The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Chief Imam) | “The Quran states that the peaceful nation will come when we achieve one nation, and accepting a common belief. And Quran calls upon all religion who have one belief, and that is the belief of God. All people come between us and upon Allah. The main conflict between religions is God, and it is a common ground to join hands.

Second this is achieved only through absolute justice in every moment of life. And we should act according to the justice and have righteousness and share the things of Allah. These two points demonstrate how there is a peaceful nation.”

HWPL PeaceJahnava Karunamayi (Krishna/ Gothenburg Krishna Monk) | “There are many scriptures, which facilitate the principles. So the religious leaders must know how to facilitate all, and they can work with what they have in their hearts. And religious leaders must make sure they can work with others to make a peaceful society. And it is important for us to change our diet and sacrifice to the world and dedicate to God who is the most powerful. We all belong to him as he has different names of God, but it is the same no matter which religion we belong to.”

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Amrik Singh (Sikhism/ Gothenburg Sikh Teacher) | “We have to have peace within ourselves. If in a cup there is no peace then all you can do use it for is as a paper, but if you have peace in it, then you can pour and give it to someone else. Peace is vital and it is always throughout history.”

HWPL PeaceKevin Sung (Religious study/ HWPL WARP Office Research Specialist) | “Peace in Hinduism is that when God is within us, we realize that we are within him, so then peace will come. Buddhism helps people remove the confusion caused as a result of their ego by practicing the Noble Eightfold Path. It describes that when people remove greed, peace and heaven will come, leading to the most peaceful world and heaven. Also, in the Islamic Quran it says that God leads those who follow him to a peaceful way, and from darkness to light.

In Matthew chapter 24 and the Book of Revelation of the Christian Bible, there are specific prophecies about the world of peace, which are recorded to be fulfilled at an appointed time. That time will be the last days, when Jesus Christ who shouted peace comes.

All religious scriptures have records about Peace. Both believers and non-believers in the world truly look forward to usher ina peaceful world. If religious leaders are at the forefront of collaborating and calling for peace, we may anticipate to live in that peaceful world, sooner.

Each Religion Is Shouting for Peace but Why Haven’t Wars and Conflicts of the World Ended?

Agha Yahya Khan (Islam/ The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Chief Imam) | “Religion, and its principles and teachings, is love and there is no religion that teaches conflict. There are these things because there is misinterpretation and misunderstanding and is used only for their own good. And every religious conflict will come to an end because the religious teachings are in concern as they have a strong bond with the Creator. Justice is being the guide and will manifest evil.”

Jahnava Karunamayi (Krishna/ Gothenburg Krishna Monk) | “If I am an enemy of peace, we also need to transform ourselves in the heart. Almost everybody has souls and they are pure. Enemies, the enemies of God, make us to be exposed to bad things. True love is what we need and that is serving God because we are God’s children, and we can only control ourselves when we transform lust to love. God can purify us so we need this. And that is why peace is not achieved because we don’t practice it.”

Amrik Singh (Sikhism/ Gothenburg Sikh Teacher) | “Religions vary, there will always be conflicts. We have to face each and every day, and it is about choice and what you do. So it is a matter of choice.”

Kevin Sung (Religious study/ HWPL WARP Office Research Specialist) | “Hinduism or Buddhism say that because of people’s desire or anger wars and conflicts will not end. The Christian Bible says that with their lips people are seeking to perceive the will of the scripture and to find God, but their hearts are very far. These people attack and prosecute others, who go against their will, which may lead to conflict and war in society. If religious leaders are like this, then their followers who have been taught under them will also be like them, and so there will be no end to conflicts.”

The responses emphasized the importance of knowing the truth, the one that eradicates evil, within scripture in order to put an end to wars and conflicts. They also underlined that we have to change first if we hope for the world to change, regardless of which religion we belong to. We hope these written responses move the hearts of religious leaders throughout the world to actively pursue the work of peace through participating in WARP Offices.

What Is the Role of Religious Leaders in Achieving Peace?

Agha Yahya Khan (Islam/ The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Chief Imam) | “The religious leaders can guide mankind to the beautiful places of peace and love. It is a religion that takes the main role and religion rules over hearts and souls. Leaders should seek differences in opinions to achieve world peace and guide them and the minds of the people. And we should also promote world peace and religious studies.”

Jahnava Karunamayi (Krishna/ Gothenburg Krishna Monk) | “God is so powerful and religious leaders have to get out of the safe area and start thinking. We don’t understand, but we need to try and try to step forward and this is important, teach others. So we should find ourselves and also do a spiritual diet. We need to save the animals and have spiritual understandings. So I am thankful for this and this is great for peace.”

Amrik Singh (Sikhism/ Gothenburg Sikh Teacher) | “In Shikism there is choice which you can choose, and it is important for the leader to communicate with people. When the leader tries to communicate it is important to listen.”
Kevin Sung (Religious study/ HWPL WARP Office Research Specialist) | “The key word in all religious scriptures is ‘knowledge.’ If you don’t know, you cannot believe or put it into action. The most important thing, however, is to know whether it is correct knowledge or wrong knowledge. The standard of knowing whether it is correct or wrong is the religious scriptures.

If we realize the will of the scriptures and put it into action then we will try to fill our hearts with the good knowledge. If you don’t know the will of religious scriptures, however, you will have faith that is being led by your own thinking. The role of religious leaders for world peace, firstly, is to always reflect themselves in the scriptures and check whether they are sharing the correct knowledge to their followers.”

A flower of peace will soon blossom in Sweden as religious leaders who participated in the WARP Offices clearly perceive their roles in bringing peace and put them into actions. Participants mutually agreed upon their needs and responsibilities to bring peace, they pledged to further participate in the Scripture dialogue through upcoming WARP Office meetings.

“HWPL is doing a really wonderful job. We religious leaders, and all leaders in small level or high rank they should sit together. If we will sit together, we will respect each other and their opinions. One thing that is common between us is the Creator. All religious leaders should sit together. And then we can create a heavenly world.”


Here is the Answer to Achieving Peace, WARP Summit 2016!

The Answer to Achieving Peace is Here~!
2nd Annual Commemoration of September 18th World Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Summit

The first day of WARP Summit 2014

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On the first day of WARP Summit, inspired by peace, 200,000 dedicative people from all levels of society gathered around Jamsil Olympic Stadium to witness the day which the new wave of peace had begun. The opening ceremony of WARP Summit was held in front of people from various nations.

☞ Here is the Answer to Achieving Peace, WARP Summit 2016 ☜


The Answer to Achieving Peace is Here, WARP Summit 2016

Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War as a cornerstone of legislation of peace

From the WARP Summit 2015, a series of discussions and meetings by the HWPL International Law Peace Committee consisting legal experts concluded the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW) (See details on DPCW: peacelaw.org), which was proclaimed on March 14, 2016.

To leave peace as a legacy to future generations in this era, this declaration provides practical approaches to world peace including discouraging war potentials, dissuading war behavior, establishing religious harmony and spreading culture of peace. With this, the Legislate Peace Campaign, a global advocacy movement in support of the DPCW to build a legal foundation for peace, has gained much attention from civil society.


Actors of the global community become one in support of the legislation of peace

In September 2016, the 2nd Annual Commemoration of the WARP Summit will be held in Seoul, Republic of Korea. In the summit, members of NGOs, government representatives and intergovernmental organizations who represent our global communities will participate to discuss how to establish peace as a global norm for states and all citizens.

Based on the DPCW with its initiatives of global peace building, multilateral cooperation and multi-level (local, national and international) action plans will be discussed. For tangible results, this collective voice of global support for DPCW aimed at founding enforceable law will bring out practical approaches to global peace movement based on international cooperation and participation of civil society with the support from citizens.

Advocacy of Civil Society – The power of people can make this world a better place to live

According to the participants in the previous WARP summits, one of the most unique mechanism for peace in HWPL is making a unified voice for peace regardless of national, gender, religious and social backgrounds. Many peace activities by HWPL is based on voluntary and active participation of global citizens, especially women and youth.

This means that development plans for making an enforceable law to protect citizens from threats of violence of war, which will be discussed in the summit, will also be prepared by reflecting the voice of peace from the grassroots and network of civil society in each state.

Throughout advocacy forums for the DPCW and various committee meetings during the summit, individuals and organizations will discover the vision of peace building and muster future action plans dedicated to cooperation for materializing peace with the basis on the power of citizens.

In the high-level talks, governments take the noble responsibility of peace building

Governments are leading organizations of the global society representing how the world works. In the WARP Summit 2016, former heads of state, ministers, chairpersons of congress and justices of supreme courts from various countries will have a venue to discuss how the spirit of peace can be developed in their societies and how the role of government can be addressed to the extent that citizens in each country can be benefitted from the legislation of peace based on the DPCW.

These high-level talks will further discuss procedures for making effective rule of law for peace, necessary legal and social agreement at a national level, international cooperation for creating the environment of peace at a regional level, and possible approaches to developing peace as a universal norm by introduction in the United Nations.

International Religious Leaders’ Conference seeks the true way of religion as a bridge-builder of peace

Another peace building initiative offered by HWPL is the alliance of religions. Religions have been responsible for enlightening people with the knowledge of human spirit in relation to the property of the unseen. Nevertheless, religious boundaries have been one of the major hindrances of cooperation; misguided actions targeting unspecified individuals resulted in violence and challenges to peace in this world.

For this reason, interfaith dialogues in WARP offices around the world by religious leaders have actively been underway to seek cooperation among religions and their dedication to world peace. Since instructions of religions are based on the spirit of peace and harmony, alliance of religions for peace building based on inter-religious communication will shed light on how the world can overcome conflicts by seeking truth in religious scriptures.


In the summit, religious leaders will be gathered together to discuss how religions can make one voice for peace.

Heavenly Culture, To Bring Peace To the World

Heavenly Culture,
To Bring Peace
To the World

September. 18th Peace Festival

HWPL, WARP Peace Summit
<International Peace Law>

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To advocate for the implementation of international law on the cessation of war and world peace

2nd Annual Commemoration of WARP Peace Summit, September 18th Seoul 2016

2nd Annual Commemoration

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We Can Make
This World
A Better
Place to Live

Inspired by the story of a man who ran to deliver the news of peace that revealed cessation of hostilities in the ancient Greeks, the global community put efforts to rejuvenate the spirit of peace through a world sporting event every 4 years to think of our world as one village with the principles of coexistence and sense of togetherness.

With the hope of global citizens to have a peaceful world in the face of ideological confrontation and greater possibility of military conflict during the Cold War era, the 1988 Seoul Olympics was the very moment for the globe hoping for restoration of a peaceful environment by all states transcending barriers that hinder cooperation.

 At the Olympics, the global community witnessed that the spirit of peace can overcome the pressure of force through diverse worldwide peace advocacy movements and the walls started to be broken down in our reality.

peace, hand in hand Two dozen years after the Seoul Olympics, the flame of hope with shouts of peace re-appeared at the same platform of the stadium at the World Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Summit in 2014. The global community was holding hands together, singing songs desiring for peace, and promised to work together, putting differences and barriers aside.

Through interactive conferences and peace & sports festival on demonstrating practical approaches to creating social conditions conducive to peace in our times, the WARP Summit 2016 will once again strengthen our solidarity in peacebuilding.

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Peace Festival for people from all around the world <The World Alliance of Religions’ Peace, WARP Summit> -Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light(HWPL)


Heavenly Culture, Coming Down To WARP Peace Summit, Golbal Peace Festival

Heavenly Culture, Coming Down To the Golbal Peace Festival(WARP Peace Summit)

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Peace Festival Invitation Message

We cordially invite you to the 2nd Annual Commemoration of September 18th World Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Summit.

For the cause of leaving peace as a legacy for future generations, Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL) has worked towards the goal of cessation of war and world peace and actively been engaged in peace-building projects based on its main initiatives – endorsement of global legislation of peace through international cooperation, alliance of religions through interfaith dialogues, and spreading a culture of peace through youth and women’s worldwide activities.

This year, by courtesy of the international community with the widespread support from global leaders and citizens, HWPL is taking another great leap forward to realizing global peace. Former and incumbent heads of state, ministers and government officials, international law experts, religious leaders, the media, as well as representatives from civil society, academia, women and youth organizations will participate in the summit to discuss settling the environment of peace, transcending differences in nationality, ethnicity, religion, and culture.

Peace is the timeless, invaluable asset for the humanity that must be transmitted to the future generations. We are delighted to welcome you to the 2nd Annual Commemoration of September 18th WARP Summit. Your presence and support will make the event more meaningful

Peace Festival Overview


  • Title ⇒ 2nd Annual Commemoration of September 18th WARP Summit
  • Theme ⇒ To advocate for the implementation of international law on the cessation of war and world peace
  • Date ⇒ 17 September 2016 (SAT), 09:00-20:00
                   18 September (SUN), 14:00-20:00
                   19 September (MON), 10:00-20:00
  • Venue ⇒ Seoul, South Korea
  • Host ⇒ Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL)
  •  Organizers International Peace Youth Group (IPYG) and International Women’s Peace Group (IWPG)


[Peace Festival Day 1] 17 September 2016 (Sat)


  •   09:00 – 10:30, 11:00 – 13:00
    Peace Festival Session 1
    Advocacy Forum for the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War
    ♦ Plan of action for advocacy to intergovernmental organizations, governments, and the public


  • 10:40 – 12:40 17:00 – 19:00
    Peace Festival Session 2
    International Religious Leaders Conference
    ♦ Role of religion as bridge-builder of world peace
    ♦ Establishment of consent on the direction of interfaith dialogues based on religious scriptures
    ♦ Development plan of interfaith dialogues in WARP offices


  • 13:30 – 17:30
    Peace Festival Session 3
    The 4th HWPL International Law Peace Committee Meeting
    – Group I, II
    ♦ Development and adoption of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War
    ♦ Comprehensive understanding and approaches to the DPCW pertaining to peace movement
    – democracy, human rights, education, culture and religion
    ♦ Action plan(s) based on common ground of understanding and practicality of the DPCW to create tangible results at a national level
    ♦ International cooperation and development plan to create peacebuilding environment at local levels


  • 14:30 – 16:00
    Peace Festival Session 4
    Press Conference for the 2nd Annual Commemoration of the September 18th WARP Summit
    Public statement on the Summit by HWPL
    ♦ Report on global support for the DPCW and its future development and adoption plans


  • 19:00 – 21:00
    Peace Festival Session 5
    Media Forum for Advocacy of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War
    ♦Media attention to global peace movement by HWPL for establishment of legislation of peace


[Peace Festival Day 2] 18 September 2016 (Sun)

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  • 14:00 – 20:00
    <Commemorative Event>
    2nd Annual Commemoration of September 18th WARP Summit


[Peace Festival Day 3] 19 September 2016 (Mon)



  • 10:00 – 12:30
    Peace Festival Session 6
    Conference for the Implementation of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War
    ♦ Legitimacy of advocating the DPCW in relation to achievement of world peace


  • 14:00 – 15:40
    Peace Festival Session 7
    2016 IWPG Network Forum
    ♦ Role of 3.6 billion women for cessation of war and achievement of world peace
    ♦ Building the IWPG network and cooperation for development of peace activities and advocacy of the DPCW
    ♦ Foundation of the IWPG Peace Committee


Peace Festival

2nd Annual Commemoration of September 18th World Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Summit starts in ⇒ http://hwpl.kr/warp2016/livestream.php#

Peace Festival for the 2nd Annual Commemoration of the WARP Summit

HWPL to Host “2nd Annual Commemoration of the Warp Summit” In Seoul


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<<2016 Seoul WARP, World Aliiance of ReligionsPeace Summit>> 2nd Annual Commemoration of September 18th WARP Peace Summit


(August 24, 2016, Seoul, Sri Lanka Guardian) “Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL, Chairman Man Hee Lee) is hosting its “2nd Annual Commemoration of September 18th World Alliance of Religions’ Peace Summit” from September 17th through 19th. At the 2nd Annual Commemoration many of the world’s political and religious leaders, as well as women and youth leaders, will gather,” the organisation has announced in a press release issued today.

The press release further reads as follows;

Approximately 1,000 public figures from 120 countries around the world are expected to take part in this event, including: the former President of Croatia, Ivo Josipović; the Minister of Justice of Sri Lanka, Wijeyadasa Rajapakshe; President of the Spanish Society for International Human Rights Law, Carlos Villan Duran; the Youth Representative of The United Nations Association of New York, Juan Pablo Celis Garcia; along with various ministers, chief justices, high level government officials, and former presidents. During the event, participants will partake in various meetings for the implementation of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW).

The meetings that will be held on the 17th and 19th in Seoul will cover important topics such as the role of the legal system to resolve religious conflicts, and the current role of the International Court of Justice of the United Nations in resolving armed conflicts, and will consist of: Advocacy Forum for the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War, Media Forum for Advocacy of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War, The 4th HWPL International Law Peace Committee Meeting, International Religious Leaders Conference, Conference for the Implementation of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War, 2016 IWPG Network Forum.

HWPL PeaceOn the 18th, there will be an outdoor event at the Seoul Olympic Stadium. This event will mark its beginning with a parade, bringing in participants from all walks of life around the world. The parade will be followed by a card section performance by 12,000 members of the International Peace Youth Group (IPYG) with a theme of world peace and cessation of war. This performance is expected to deliver the inspiration of peace and harmony that transcends all borders of nation, race, and religion.

Through the 2014 WARP Summit, HWPL signed on the Agreement to Propose the Enactment of International Law for the Cessation of Wars and World Peace. In September of 2015, HWPL launched the HWPL International Law Peace Committee, which consists of international law scholars, professors, and chief justices. In March of 2016, HWPL proclaimed the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War, along with international law experts from various countries.

Following the Declaration, the “Legislate Peace” Campaign (a global advocacy movement aimed at establishing international law consistent with the DPCW) has been conducted worldwide. Since its beginning in March, 535,493 people from 167 different countries have signed their support for the DPCW.


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[DPCW, Peace Law of HWPL] WARP, World Alliance of Religions Peace Summit 2014, http://www.warpsummit2014.org

1) WARP Summit: Through the WARP Summit which convened for the first time in 2014, HWPL presented two answers to achieve peace: the implementation of the international law on the cessation of war, and a world alliance of religions. Every year since then, the WARP Summit has been sharing its successes in various fields, finding points of further cooperation and direction of advancement.

2) Legislate Peace Campaign: Please click www.peacelaw.org or www.hwpl.kr for more information.

HWPL Source about ‘Peace Festival for the 2nd Annual Commemoration of the WARP Summit’ ☞ [SRI LANKA Guardian]

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