SEOUL, KOREA, September 20, 2021 / 24-7PressRelease / – An international peace organization called HWPL (Celestial Culture, World Peace and Restoration of Light) celebrated the 7th anniversary of its World Peace Summit on Saturday September 18 with an online event bringing together political leaders and leaders. The 2014 World Peace Summit commemorated in Seoul, South Korea, brought together 950 participants (including more than 50 political and 700 religious leaders) with the aim of better understanding the fundamental principles and values ââof every type of Scripture. Promotion of this initiative has led to interfaith communication that transcends religious, ethnic and cultural backgrounds and results in mediation and reconciliation in conflict situations. At the 2014 Summit, the Accord on the Unity of Religion was signed by the participants, who declared that all religions should unite into one under God to avoid further dissension and conflict in the religious world. .
The 7th commemoration event hosted by HWPL and its founding president, Lee Man Hee, brought together 2,500 distinguished guests such as religious and political leaders, as well as live YouTube viewing of over 30,000 from 157 countries. The event began with an HWPL progress report, outlining the various activities carried out since the previous year. According to the report, there are currently 265 WARP (World Alliance of Religions for Peace) offices in 129 different countries around the world with the aim of promoting interfaith dialogue and scripture comparison between different religions. HWPL also reported a 340% increase in scripture dialogue comparison meetings this year, proving that the COVID-19 pandemic would not hamper peace work.
The event also contained a presentation of the peace initiatives that are underway with HWPL, including the Legislative for Peace project, which revolves around the DPCW (Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War), a law international campaign aimed at establishing world peace and ending armed conflicts around the globe. The DPCW is also currently under consideration at the UN and has the hope of creating a world of peace for future generations to prosper. Other projects included the human rights webinar which discussed and investigated human rights violations resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Speeches were also given by the Director of the IPYG (International Peace Youth Group) and the Director of the IWPG (International Women’s Peace Group), both of which are sub-organizations of HWPL. Topics of discussion were concerns about students returning to school due to online education due to the COVID-19 pandemic as well as initiatives to end cyberbullying for young people. The IWPG topics focused on programs to train women as speakers on peace and on implementing a peace education program for students to create messengers of peace. peace all over the world.
The final speech was delivered by HWPL President Lee Man Hee, who shared his testimony on the start of HWPL’s work. He shared the stories of the 31 World Peace Tours he has taken so far and encouraged HWPL participants, members and audience to support global peace work so that all can live in peace. and in harmony under God. He proclaimed during the speech, “So the HWPL family, let’s take the initiative to turn our world into a new place and let’s do it together.” He concluded his speech by saying: âLet us work hand in hand and never forget that we are one.
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Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL), an international peace organization, was founded for world peace and the end of war. In addition, it is a non-governmental organization in special consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) and associated with the United Nations Department of Global Communications (DGC) and the Seoul Metropolitan Government. With the mission of achieving world peace through celestial culture and restoring the world with light, HWPL leads its movement for peace around the world, together with its partner, the International Women’s Peace Group (IWPG) , and its affiliated organization, the International Youth Group for Peace (IPYG). In addition, leaders from different countries cooperate as the HWPL Peace Advisory Council, and experts from all walks of life are active as HWPL advertising ambassadors.
The HWPL peace movement will leave future generations with the greatest legacy: life instead of death and permanent peace instead of endless wars.
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