Wednesday, December 9, 2020

[HWPL] HWPL Celebrates The 2020 National Children's Month in the Philippines!


[HWPL] HWPL Celebrates The 2020 National Children's Month in the Philippines!

Featuredesk, Dec 3rd 2020, PAGE ONE, the Philippines

Global peace NGO HWPL (Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light; Chairman Man Hee Lee) hosted "Peace: Best Protection for Children's Rights" via ZOOM Conference Call and Facebook Live to celebrate the 2020 National Children's Month in the Philippines with around 1000 participants including educators, students, parents and women and youth organization leaders.

Commission on Higher Education, Department of Education, Philippines National Commission for UNESCO and Girl Scouts of the Philippines cooperated with HWPL for the event.

Featuredesk, Dec 3rd 2020, The Philippine Post, the Philippines

Featuredesk, Dec 3rd, PAGE ONE, Philippines

The main topic of the event was "Achieving SDG (Sustainable Development Goal) 16 and Spreading a Culture of Peace during Pandemic", the online seminar focused on protecting children's rights and achieving a culture of peace in the home, school, community and country through peace education.

Editorial, Dec 5th 2020, Metro Indonesia, Indonesia

Many VIP speakers and guests such as Vikki Chingtoco-Yu (Chairwoman of the Girl Scout of the Philippines) and Samahan ng  Babaepreneur, Division Superintendent Dr. Concepcion Ferrer-Balawag of DepEd Cotabato City, Hon. Prof. Jose David Lapuz (Commissioner of the Philippine National Commission for UNESCO and Presidential Consultant for Education, Alecka Fajardo (National Coordinator of HWPL Peace Education), Dr. Ronald Adamat (Commissioner of the Commission on Higher Education) joined the webinar and gave a speech for the theme.

They talked about the impact of COVID-19 on children, upholding the rights of children and their education, and raising peace advocates through peace education.

Citizen Journalist, Dec 4th 2020, Borneonews, Indonesia

Since HWPL founded the Voice of Peace PH (the Philippines) last July, the group has taught volunteer educators to become peace educators and children to become peacemakers. Currently there are 50 peace educators and 160 students who are enrolled on peace education in the Philippines. The Voice of Peace PH is now looking forward to opening a new cohort in January 2021.



  1. “The DPCW is a perfect and balanced document that can be the basis of solidarity for peacekeeping in all countries of the world. I think all the leaders of the countries should support the DPCW” H.E. Viktor Yushchenko, Former President of Ukraine✌