New Delhi: On 10 December voice on institutional expansion of peace education arose at “Youth and Women’s Conference for Spreading a Culture of Peace”, which was held in New Delhi.
200 leaders from youth and women agreed to the necessity of implementation of international law for peace and cessation of war to protect innocent sacrifice and advocate for support of Indian society.
Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL), an international peace organisation, hosted this peace conference with Nelson Mandela Centre for peace and conflict resolution and Jamia Millia Islamia University. Participants gathered to present the achievement of HWPL peace education and campaign supporting Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW) over the last two years in India.
HWPL designated 126 schools in 8 countries as HWPL Peace Academy and co-compose peace education for operating classes in India, Israel, the Philippines and Kosovo. In India, 15 schools in New Delhi, 18 in Hyderabad and 16 in Mumbai — a total of 49 schools are together with HWPL as HWPL Peace Academy.
DPCW is declared to utilize the function of international law to eliminate fundamental causes of war. 19 international law experts from 16 countries contributed their expertise to draft the declaration with HWPL. More than 700,000 citizens have joined to sign support enactment of international law inspired by DPCW after it is declared.