Tuesday, March 28, 2023

[HWPL] Why does the Press Highlight the 7th Annual Commemoration of the Declaration of the DPCW?


[HWPL] Why does the Press Highlight the 7th Annual Commemoration of the Declaration of the DPCW?

From March 14th to 19th, HWPL (Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light, Chairman Man-hee Lee) held the 7th Annual Commemoration of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW) in 41 countries.

On the 14th, 7000 people from various fields including politics, law, religion, education, media, and women and youth joined the event to share the cases of conflict prevention, mediation, and resolution to institutionalize peace as a universal culture and standard.

Filling the venue, journalists and reporters joined the event to cover and publish it via the media. Why have so many reporters covered the 7th Annual Commemoration of the DPCW?

Since the beginning of humanity, there have been countless conflicts and wars motivated by complex or simple factors, including territory, food, ideology, honor, money, religion and more. On the other hand, people who desired peace tried to stop wars and conflicts, but were unable to do so because they did not have the clear answer for it.

However, Chairman Man-hee Lee has come with the answer to world peace in the form of the DPCW, drafted by the world's prominent legal and political experts and acknowledged as the ideal instrument to achieve world peace through non-violent means. The DPCW, comprised of 10 articles and 38 clauses, is an international law that can solve global conflicts.

Prof. Dr. Mohammad Nazrul Islam, Chairman of International Law, University of Dhaka who drafted the DPCW said "This declaration, comprised of 10 articles and 38 clauses, aims to restore the spirit that served as the basis for the establishment of the United Nations and to achieve sustainable peace by promoting the universal values of the global community. The DPCW contains the message of no war, peace between nations and societies, friendly relations, prosperity and happiness. This is a simple message and everyone can relate to this message."

HWPL has been leading peace campaigns, such as 'Legislate Peace', 'Peace Walk' and 'Peace Letter', to enact the DPCW through the UN with the support of global dignitaries from various fields. A growing number of people are joining HWPL's campaign because HWPL's DPCW is the answer for world peace. This is why the press is highlighting the 7th Annual Commemoration of the Declaration of the DPCW.

During the event, Chairman Man-hee Lee of HWPL stressed, “Peace cannot be achieved alone. If everyone can live together as one, there will be no wars or conflicts. As the saying goes to 'love your neighbor as yourself', war will be eliminated only when there is mutual love and respect. Current international law cannot prevent war. Russia, a permanent member of the United Nations, waged a war. The DPCW was introduced to renew the inoperative international law in order to eliminate wars. Now is the time to achieve peace. Just as people learn when they have to create (something), peace must be taught at home and at schools to create peace. If people’s hearts change, a better world will be created. May every person in the global village become a messenger of peace.”


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