Peace summit leaves legacy of peace to future generations

TEHRAN, Sep. 12 (MNA) – South Korea to host an international summit on peace with international politicians, religious leaders, women’s and youth leaders attending the World Alliance of Religions’ Peace Summit 2014.

The World Peace Delegation of Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL), made up of the chairman, Mr. Man Hee Lee, and the chairwoman of the International Women’s Peace Group (IWPG), along with representatives of the International Peace Youth Group (IPYG) have begun paving the way to a peaceful future for our world.

The World Alliance of Religions’ Peace Summit is set to take place over two days (17 - 18 September 2014), with a press-conference preceding it (16 September) and the largest display of coordinated youth action for peace - the IPYG Walk for World Peace and Restoration 2014 - taking place on 19 September.

Chairman of HWPL, Man Hee Lee, has also issued a message ahead of the summit in which he has called on all people of the world to work for peace.

“We, Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light, would like to invite all family members of the global village to the World Alliance of Religions' Peace Summit—a true festival of God.”

He has also invited all those who are not able to attend the event, to “pay close attention to the proceedings—send your hearts to be with us; watch and listen to what is happening, even from wherever you are.”

“We also ask you to keep us in your prayers so that all wars will come to an end, and that peace would be achieved,” the message reads.

During the course of the two day summit, more than 2,000 VIP guests will participate in discussions on a variety of topics relating to religion and peace. VIP guests include former and current heads of state, prominent religious leaders, academics, legislators, community leaders, youth, and women leaders from all around the world.

With the vision to construct a powerful global network that integrates all groups, the chairman of HWPL, chairwoman of IWPG, and director of IPYG have been traveling around the world meeting with various national and community leaders to jointly draft an internationally applicable agreement aimed at bringing all wars to an end.

The key focus of the summit will be on providing a meeting point for the ideologies of the world, the unification of the ideologies and value systems of the religions of the world, and spreading the message of peace. Following the signing of the aforementioned agreement, the chairman of HWPL will also announce the Declaration of the World Alliance of Religions.

Highlights of the program include the opening ceremony (17 September) which will take place in Seoul’s Olympic Stadium. All participants and VIP guests will gather and be treated to a spectacular performance depicting the underlying philosophy of the Heavenly Culture with the theme of The World as One. The second day (18 September) will focus mainly on the conference sessions and discussion groups under the theme of The Alliance of Religions.

Furthermore, there will be a conference discussing various topics related to peace. The International Women’s Peace Group (IWPG) is going to have an opening ceremony of “IWPG Network” to build a legal and institutional system that allows cooperation among international women leaders. Finally, following the summit, IPYG will conclude the event with a special walk on the 19 September under the theme The United Message of Peace.

Iran will also join the summit with head of Iranian NGO and an affiliate to IPYG, Bayan Iran Association, attending the event as a youth leader.


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