Why Do We Need DPCW and Peace Walk?

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Please Become a Messenger of Peace!

You know about DPCW, don’t you?

People around me all support the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW). They are surprised that there is such an innovative and practical international law.

There are two reasons that I and my friends agree on. One is that 21 prominent international law experts have created the law, and because they recognize it. And it is because former and incumbent presidents and ambassadors praise it as a perfectly balanced document.

The Other is the power of HWPL. The problem with existing international law is that it is not “legally binding.” So HWPL emphasized “Civil Society”, to complement this. HWPL works for peace with IPYG, which represents 1.8 billion young people, and IWPG, which represents 3.7 billion women. So they are supported by citizens around the world.

Not only do we, but there are people who have answered this question.

DPCW deals with these issues of religion which may be sensitive and includes specific provisions to resolve religious conflicts. That is why I strongly believe that the DPCW is the method to achieve peace.

Monk Phramaha Monchai Saitanaporn, from Wat Phra Dhammakaya Berlin

Religious Leaders “Why Do We Need DPCW?”

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3rd Annual Commemoration of the Proclamation of Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW) / Berlin / HWPL Photo

On 16th of May, 35 leaders of Hinduism, Buddhism, Protestantism, Islam, and Abrahamic religions from Berlin answered. Their answers were amazing, and they really had a lot to learn. The leader was not a leader for no reason. Their views were closely related to reality, and every word was persuasive. I’d like to introduce the most impressive speech among them.

Monk Phramaha Monchai Saitanaporn, from Wat Phra Dhammakaya Berlin, said “all religions speak of peace, but unfortunately religion has become one the causes for the greatest conflicts in human history. However, these conflicts along with ethnic issues are difficult to find a common ground for agreement and resolution.

For example, the Israeli-Palestinian war lasted for more than 70 years, the Kashmir war for more than 70 years, the civil war in Syria continued for more than 6 years, and there are places still currently at war.

Regarding one of the examples mentioned earlier, if Israel and Palestine were to meet once or twice every year to have talks, then how would things have resulted? Also for Kashmir, if forums were frequently held once a year between the two religions (Hinduism and Islam) to communicate together, then how would things have resulted? Would armed conflict continue as they are now?

Just last month, on February 15, there was a bomb terror in the Kashmir region resulting in the death of 46 police officers. Due to this, the Indian and Pakistani people in that area had to live in fear. There is no sure guarantee that such tragedies won’t happen again, and there is no assurance that conflicts would end in the next year.

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10 Articles and 38 Clauses of DPCW

Article 8 of the DPCW contains provisions to deal with these things. Like so, the DPCW contains the necessarily legal provisions to cut off religious conflicts, protect the freedom of religion, and encourage inter-religious dialogues. To put these rules into application, HWPL is operating and managing WARP Offices as a platform of dialogue and exchange. I, too, am frequently participating in the WARP Office since February 2017 and interacting with various people of religion. DPCW Article 9 states that if such disputes are prevented but are not resolved and continue to be caused by religion, then strong legal actions will be taken against them.

Regarding the bomb terror in Kashmir earlier, if there are attacks but no proper action is taken, then conflicts would continue and more innocent lives will be taken. However, if legal measures like search and seizure of weapons and surveillance over terrorist groups are taken, then the use of armed force can be eliminated from conflicts. Instead of giving up or ignoring the issue when conflicts arise, we need a legal device that can deal with them in order to make peace. Through this, the role of true religion can be practiced and the entire world can work together for that goal. That is why the DPCW is needed.”

Reference: http://www.hwpl.kr/en/

Why do we need Peace Walk?

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6th HWPL Peace Walk in Seoul, South Korea

On May 25th, the “6th Annual Commemoration of the Declaration of World Peace and Peace Walk” was held in around 126 locations in 77 countries around the world, including Australia, China, Germany, India, Russia, South Africa, the Philippines, and United States of America. The theme is the “The World’s Call for Peace, Urging Support for the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW)”.

525 Peace Walk and 918 WARP Summit is the core where the power of the citizens is gathered. In addition, the letters and signatures of support for the DPCW, which were collected from approximately 1.3 million citizens, have been sent to their respective President or Prime Minister in 192 countries with the expectation of a response from these heads of state.

This huge wave will engulf the world, and soon the united voice will be unstoppable.

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Town Square Park, Alaska
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Zona Viva, Guatemala
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Santa Monica, LA
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Santa Monica, LA
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Santa Monica, LA
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San Francisco, California
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Salvador del Mundo, San Salvador
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Seattle Center, Washington D.C.

That’s so cute! That kid in sunglasses.

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Busan, South Korea
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Daegu, South Korea

Reference:
http://www.thejetnewspaper.com/global-youths-and-citizens-led-simultaneous-peace-walk-events-to-advocate-international-support-for-securing-peace-through-international-law/

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2 thoughts on “Why Do We Need DPCW and Peace Walk?”

  1. This is truly beautiful and hopeful work. Thank you HWPL for all you do. My hope is that we urge all 193 heads of state to help sign and ratify the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW) as international law at the United Nations this September.

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