The International Day of Peace is a time for reflection – a day when we reiterate our belief in non-violence and call for a global ceasefire. We ask people everywhere to observe a minute of silence, at noon local time, to honour those killed in conflict and the survivors who live with daily trauma and pain.
I summarize Peace Learning as The Five C’s. Just as we have our daily vitamins to supplement our physical health The Five C’s are every bit as potent for the health of our mind, emotions and relationships. The Five C’s are Compassion, Communication, Cooperation, Culture, and Conservation.
More Than 100 Elite Members of the Permanent Secretariat of the Global Alliance for a Just Peace during a statment, any military measure against a country or its territorial integrity or political independence of an independent country is in contravention with the UN Charter and is considered an act of aggression.