Manheelee speech on WARP summit of 1st commemoration
– Press conference on the WARP summit of 1st Annual commemoration
HWPL held the World Alliance of Religions Peace Summit (WARP) in South Korea
Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL), a non-governmental and non-profit peace organization is hosting the World Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Summit of 1st Annual Commemoration.
Prior to the first day of the official event, on September 17th 2015, a press conference was held with over 30 journalists, reporters, and chief editors from major international broadcasting stations representing 15 countries.
- Chairman ManHeeLee’s Speech
The purpose of HWPL and the duty of the press and media in stopping armed conflicts and achieving world peace.
“First of all, we have to carefully examine what is behind the scenes of armed conflicts. In order to stop wars, a rigid system is needed to bring forth a practical solution for peace. That solution is the international convention on the cessation of war and achievement of world peace. The purpose of HWPL is to bring about the cessation of war and establish peace as an inheritance for future generations. Certainly, world peace will be achieved if all reporters are accountable for accurate reporting standards and continually report on peace.” Chairwoman Kim of the IWPG added, “All reporters and journalists have to become the eyes and mouths of all people to widely deliver the message of peace accurately and quickly. This is the responsibility of the media.”
the 1st Annual Commemoration of the WARP Summit will serve as a platform for world leaders from all sectors of society to discuss the progress on two major works of HWPL: the Implementation of an International Convention on the Cessation of War and Achievement of World Peace and the establishment of the World Alliance of Religions’ Peace Offices.
Over the course of two days, the Summit will feature the presentation of the first draft of the Convention on the Cessation of War and Achievement of World Peace prepared by members of HWPL’s Peace Advisory Council and International Law Committee. As these legal professionals will continue to carry out the project based on the convention drafted at the event, expectations are high for its outcome.