Namibia joins call for a law that prevents war
March 25, 2018, 5:12pm
Namibian civic society groups joined the Heavenly Culture World Peace Restoration of Light in advocating for a comprehensive cooperation for peace and denouncing anti-peace activities.
“Global interest in the Korean Peninsula has piqued significantly since talks of the historic North and South Korea dialogues came into light. To ensure that peace and reunification of the peninsula becomes a reality, an international peace NGO has been working ceaselessly for the adoption of a peace law,” said HWPL.
HWPL held an event commemorating the proclamation of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW) a few days ago.
This commemoration was held simultaneously in 166 cities across 71 countries which included South Korea, Zimbabwe, Namibia, South Africa and the United States calling for building a world of peace and realizing justice.
“The DPCW, with its 10 articles and 38 clauses drafted by the International Law Peace Committee, includes provisions on the protection of religious and ethnic identity and spreading a culture of peace,” said HWPL.
Globally 150,000 citizens and leaders of all sectors of society took part in this series of worldwide events, urging for the establishment of an international law for the realization of a peaceful, just society and the denunciation of anti-peace activities.