In an address, Kwak Chung-hwan, chairman of the Interreligious and International Federation for World Peace, IIFWP, asked the political leaders to mobilize "all possible resources and tools" to resolve the issues of peace and development. The "Peace Summit" is part of the IIFWP's worldwide campaigns for making peace focused on the Middle East and
The Universal Peace Federation is developing rapidly as a leading movement for world peace. We can say confidently that it is building a world of lasting peace: one global family under God. That is, a world in which people of every race, religion, nationality and culture can live together in mutual respect, love, harmony and co-prosperity. The essence of our methodology is unselfish love, living for the sake of others.
We seek dialogue, reconciliation and cooperation. Peace
is not achieved through struggle, opposition, polarization and division. A
peacemaker is one who seeks to build bridges of dialogue and understanding.
We do not pursue peace simply from a political or military perspective, or human development from simply an economic perspective. Rather, to effectively address the critical issues of peace and development, we approach problems comprehensively, with all available resources and tools, and pay attention to all relevant factors: politics, government policies, governance, religion, education, culture, family, arts, sports, media, economics and business.
It is in this respect that the various associations of Ambassadors for Peace have something unique and essential to contribute, just like the players on a football team. Increasingly the world is taking notice of our work, our vision and methods, and the outcomes of our efforts.
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