World Citizens-Participating Cultural Diplomacy Suggested as a New Solution for Peace

International conference for peace development held in Bucharest, Romania as the presidency of the European Union In Romania where discussions for peace and security of the international community have been actively operated as the presidency of EU in 2019, a peace conference took place for 2days from April 1st with the presence of the heads […]

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National Summit propels civil society engagement in democratic governance

[Makati, Philippines, October 18, 2018] Last October 9, leaders and stakeholders from civil society, business, media, academe and the youth gathered together for the first “Innovations for Good Governance Summit” hosted by the INNOVATEGov Project. The summit featured local and international speakers who comprehensively discussed themes in pursuit of a governance roadmap for a “Dream […]

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Philippine Social Representatives Seek Peacebuilding through Cultural Exchange with International NGO

CHED and HWPL Promote Spreading a Culture of Peace in the Philippines and Globe. February 2019 — On February 8th, a grand peace festival entitled “We are one for Peace to attain Sustainable Development” at the Philippine Sports Stadium, Bulacan, will be held to launch nationwide peace movement throughout the country’s State Universities and Colleges. […]

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Memorial Ceremony Calls to End Religious Suppression

Urge to stop Coercive Conversion reached the Philippines by a death anniversary A large-scale memorial ceremony was hosted by the Human Rights Association for Victims of Coercive Conversion Programs (HAC) on January 7, 2019 engaging different schools in Cavite, marking the first death anniversary of the young Korean lady named Gu Ji In, a victim […]

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Religious undemocratic suppression raises human rights concerns in democratic South Korea

  Pastors incite family breakdown A New York Times advertisement space on November 28th showed a wolf in sheep’s clothing holding money and chain in his hands while a woman is bound and persecuted. Titled “Ban Coercive Conversion”, the non-profit ad is to try to raise awareness of a South Korean woman kidnapped by her […]

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