"Over the next 30 days, let us stand with the millions of people across the world who are suffering the devastating impact of violence and conflict. Let us share ideas and plans for helping and supporting them in their time of dire need."
Since long time ago, monotheistic religions, cultures and nations have considered peace and justice an important part of the indexes of a sublime life for human beings and international communities and have called on the entire mankind to follow these objectives.
The Islamic World Peace Forum take an exclusive interview with Zafar Bangash, Islamic movement journalist and commentator in Toronto, Canada and the Director of the The Institute of Contemporary Islamic Thought (ICIT), to ask about some concepts considered as the keywords and basic ideas in this regard...
On the International Day of Peace on Sept. 21 the United Nations calls on nations, communities and individuals to renounce conflict and promote harmony. As part of regional awareness raising efforts, NGO Global Inner Peace is holding a peace walk across Jeju City.
Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on 21 September. The General Assembly has declared this as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples.
On the occasion of the international Day of Peace, 21st September 2013, Islamic World Peace Forum (IWPF) held a Symposium entitled “Just Peace in the Global System” at the Department of International Organizations, Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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.