Friday, December 28, 2018

[HWPL] HWPL and its DPCW Take The Lead for Human Solidarity! UN International Human Solidarity Day


[HWPL] HWPL and its DPCW Take The Lead For Human Solidarity! UN International Human Solidarity Day

The 20th December is United Nations International Human Solidarity Day. According to the UN, the day was designated to :

- celebrate unity in diversity
- remind governments to respect their commitment to international agreements
- raise public awareness of the importance of solidarity
- encourage debate on ways to promote solidarity for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals, including poverty eradication
- encourage new initiatives for poverty eradication

Today, the world is facing new problems such as terrorism, violent conflicts, economic challenges and race and class-related discrimination. The diversity of culture and economic prosperity has brought us valuable advantages but it is also true that materialism and individualism have been increasing to the detriment of humanity.

Extreme materialism and individualism have increased the rich-poor divide between communities, consequently increasing crime rates with a reduction in the rate of people educated.

Moreover, conflicts among many religions in the Middle East and Africa are becoming more severe daily without a good resolution in sight. According to Mr. Man Hee Lee of HWPL (Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light), 80% of international conflict are religiously-motivated.

What should we do to make the world more peaceful and just for everyone?

Mr. Man Hee Lee, the chairman of HWPL who experienced war, civil war and poverty since childhood, declared the proclamation of the DPCW (the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War) in 2016 to end wars, conflicts and global social problems.

The DPCW was established by the HWPL International Law Peace Committee, which is comprised of prominent international law experts from many different countries. It consists of 10 articles and 38 clauses for the achievement of a peaceful world without war.

Article 9 of the DPCW

Article 10 of the DPCW

The DPCW's articles aim to cease all violent and military action between countries and religions, stop weapons production and to spread a peaceful culture across the world. To promote solidarity and peace throughout the world, HWPL provides peace education and its curriculum for many countries. HWPL's Peace education teaches "Sanctity of Life", "Loyalty and Filial Piety" and "Coexistence and Sustainability", so students of all ages can learn to discuss peace, and not violence.

The UN International Human Solidarity Day, SCOOP (Independent News), New Zealand

Solidarity essential for eradication of poverty, Indian Newslink, India

Mr. Man Hee Lee of HWPL has been hosting the 918 WARP (World Alliance of Religions and Peace) Summit Peace Festival on the 18th September of every year since 2014 which prominent politicians, legal experts, diplomats, religious leaders and leaders of women and youth throughout the world have participated in in order to change the world into a peaceful one without war. Now HWPL and its affiliates are working together to introduce the DPCW as an international legally-binding peace law through its enactment at the UN assembly.

The DPCW and HWPL's core initiatives aim to implement the goals and values of the United Nations Charter and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, such as education for all, equality irrespective of gender, nationality, race, religion or ethnicity, and peace and justice.

As an HWPL supporter, I'm certain that Mr. Man Hee Lee and HWPL will continue to fight and struggle for world peace and the cessation of war to achieve a better future for humanity :)

Please stay informed and get involved in the work for world peace! :

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