Educationis a powerful and effective source of human development, as specified in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Have you ever experienced the power of education? Have you ever seen their changes? Or have you ever experienced your changes? Education is closelyrelated to change. What should the Education do? In order to protect and further enhance the priceless legacy of peace from great wars and consequent sacrifices, education must guide students to understand values such as human dignity, equal opportunity, democracy, etc.
Article 10 Spreading a culture of peace
The students who received peace education from HWPL are creating this place into a world of peace as “messengers of peace”. The HWPL Peace Academy teaches Peaceof Mind based on dignity of Life. It is the best education that every human being is more valuable than the whole universe, isn’t it? How great DPCWParade is!
“HWPL’s peace education ensures that the youth acquire knowledge and skills needed for the promotion of a culture of peace and non-violence.”
Peace Education of HWPL
117 schools from 8 different countries (as of July 2016) voluntarily became HWPL Peace Academies. The designated Peace Academies announce the Statement of Resolution and their future plans to incorporate peace education into their curriculum. It will teach about HWPL’s peace initiatives. HWPL’s comprehensive approach to education allows teachers and students to embrace the values of human rights, intercultural and interreligious understanding, and tolerance. It is really needed for global leaders who want to reconcile. Whether you get the peace education or not makes fundamental difference. It depends on you.
In Fiji, the hibiscus is blooming at children’s hands. The hibiscus is the national flower of Fiji. Fiji is an island country in Melanesia. Fiji’s main attractions to tourists are white sandy beachesand aesthetically pleasing islands with all-year-round tropical weather. In peace education, children of Fiji stick flowers on the picture of the tank which symbolize war and conflict. Why? They wished for achieving peace in the world. Children don’t know nothing. They know it clearly. Maybe they know it better thanus, adults. “Peace is goodand war is bad.”Very simple. Maybe, we don’t need other things, social, economic and political issues, complex and chronic problems. We must keep our children’s heart.
“I think peace is having tolerance, respect and love each other. By loving each other and respecting each other we can find how we can stop fighting in the classroom too.” – Salemba, one of the students.
Peace education : DPCW Article 10
It is the reason why children can study peace. Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL), an international NGO under the UN ECOSOC and UN DPI, held a peace event “Blooming Flowers of Cessation of War in Fiji” on October 24th at Yat Sen primary school of Suva in Fiji. This lesson really helps children and students understand each other. All of these things is from DPCW, which is an international law to cease the war. Article 10 of DPCW is “Spread a Culture of Peace” Recognizing the global threats posed by nuclear, HWPL International Law Peace Committee suggested the DCPW (Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War) on March 14, 2016.
“This was a step forwardto create peace enviroment among students. Teachers, we, have to use positive ways to create or maintain peace environmentin the classroom. I think peace activities hosted by HWPL like today is beneficial for students. We need to givethem reminding every now and then.” – Mrs. Chandra, a teacher of Yat sen primary school
WARP Summit 2017 : Road to Peace
In May 25, 2013 The Declaration of World Peace was proclaimed.
In Sep 16-19, 2014 World Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Summit
ln Sep 18-19, 2015 Convention on the Renunciation and Cessation of War and International Armed Conflicts
In Nov 12-13, 2015 Committee meeting convenes to draft the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War
In March 14, 2016 New international law was proclaimed by HWPL International Law Peace Committee(more info). It was called DPCW(Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War). (DPCW is here)
Now ‘Legislate peace campaign’! Since then, 705,000 signatures in more than 170 countries
HWPL DPCW‘s 10 Articles and 38 Clauses Parade, which consists of the key principles stated in the DPCW, expresses how the world of peace has come. Despite the long history of humanity, a perfect peace hasn’t yet to come. When tens of thousand people come together with a common goal, that goal beginsto achieve. And I believe what is happening here is in this place.
World peace and restoration has begun at the same time this declaration is proclaimed. Thank you. – Chairman ofHWPL
Article 10 Spreading a culture of peace
The students who received peace education from HWPL are creating this place into a world of peace as “messengers of peace”. The HWPL Peace Academy teaches Peace of Mind based on dignity of Life. It is the best education that every human being is more valuable than the whole universe, isn’t it? How great DPCW Parade is!
Article 3 Friendly Relations and the Prohibition of Acts of Aggression
IPYG : Passionate young peace movements
IPYG, a group of young leaders, devoted their youth to achieving world peace. IPYG youth, with the vision of world peace, like shining stars, becomes the model of the world peace movement. The members of IPYG are accepted by good examples of world peace movements. They are really passionate. One of the key activities is IPYG world Peace Walk held 25 May every year around the world. DPCW Parade!
Article 4 Right to Self-defence
IWPG : Representing 3.6 billion women
Yellow is a signature color of IWPG. It represents Womenembrace the world to achieve peace. Treating a cheerful world with love, not hatred and with tolerance, not fight! this is a message of IWPG. Representing 3.6 billion women around the world, the IWPG urges for the implementation of the DPCW to protect the lives of the children as well as the world. The IWPG’s running campaigns to create peaceful world for all children are are going well. Please support! DPCW Parade!
You cannot help but be affected by the world around you. But people are unaware of it. Things that you are thinking now are not yours. If you are born in other country or to other parents, you are the same? Nope. You can’t choose. But you can choose now! Not blame for! Just let’s talk together. Choice requires responsibility. In fact, my heart was heavy. Sometimes I am angry at my senseofpowerlessness. But if you know more about our education, you can have the power! Watch this Ted video. Ken Robinson : “Bring on the learning revolution!” Why? I want to say about ‘Peace education‘.
Peace education : Abraham Lincoln
Why peace? Ken Robinson told a anecdote of Abraham Lincoln.in December 1862, he cry out “disenthrall” at the second annual meeting of Congress. January 1, 1863 he issued the Emancipation Proclamation that frees all slaves. They count down together. The revolution brought many changes. That’s what I want to say ‘Peace education’. Lincoln followed peace. So, it is powerfuland it can be achieved. If we really want a learning revolution, we need peace education. It can teach ‘Love‘ and can ‘wake‘ you up. Peace is up to you. Please, don’t conform to your routine.