All posts tagged with: peace

JUST ONE OLIVE BRANCH

Publié 30 septembre 2014 no picture Eric Mbotiji

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The world we live in today has a lot of resources to offer to everyone. God gave us 24 hours in a day, and it now depends on how we utilize this to exploit natural resources to make a promising and sustainable future. We are all expecting that conducive, peaceful and favorable environment where our plans can materialize and prosper. I know countries with great natural resources and potentials, yet people still live on less than one dollars a day, which is living below the pover...


Symbolism and the Panama Canal

Publié 29 septembre 2014 no picture Kriyana Reddy

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100 years ago, the Panama Canal was opened for business linking two channels of trade for the first time ever in a more efficient and appropriate manner. The Panama Canal is a symbol of international relations, new age globalization, and the universal exchange of culture. Yes, a 48 mile long series of locks has the capability to impact us on such a level. The Panama Canal was not only an economic venture but also a symbol of the United States’ growing involvement with Latin A...


BE PEACE: Happy International Day of Peace 2014. ☮

Publié 21 septembre 2014 Avatar Quincy Scott

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Since it was established in 1981, September 21 is the date dedicated to building up ideals of peace, non-violence and cease-fire. Today, Sunday 21 September 2014, in a world of turmoil, confusion and conflict, every part of the globe is praying for peace. On 19 September 2014, the United Nations celebrated at The Peace Bell Ceremony where the John Lennon’s legendary song “Imagine” was selected as a medium and to mark this year’s International Day of Peace, the theme is...


MESSAGES OF PEACE FROM YOUTHS OF SEYCHELLES

Publié 20 septembre 2014 no picture Angélique Pouponneau

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Sunday 21st September 2014 was International Peace Day. We are grateful in the Seychelles that we live in a country in peace but our heart aches as fellow young people do not enjoy this human right. A right to live in a world free of conflict and war- a world of peace. Please click on the source link which is a collection of photos taken by Anael Bodwell and I put together to commemorate International Peace Day 2014. You can click on the photos if you would like to better see t...


International Day Of Peace.

Publié 20 septembre 2014 no picture Artemis B.

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September 21,1981 The United Nations General Assembly declares that on this day world peace is going to be celebrated, in every corner of the world. A year later, the International Day Of Peace is born. September 21, 2014 23 years later, things are not peaceful at all.These current situations are the proof: Israel-Gaza (thankfully the ceasefire was agreed) Syrian Civil War Russia-Ukraine Islamic State (also known as ISIS) And the ones who are affected the mo...


Hopes and Dreams

Publié 19 septembre 2014 Avatar Imen Al-Nighaoui

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A seven billion voice, a seven billion hope and a seven billion dream. The number is big, the earth is round and it is the only place we have. Different races, different beliefs, different backgrounds and different souls but we all live under one sky, we all admire the same stars and we all breathe the same air. We all have a heart, see with two eyes, hold with two hands and walk on two feet, some of us may grow wiser and some others may fall every time they walk. Maybe we...


This is a message from Baba Mahamat, francophone young blogger from CAR: CAR (Central African Republic) is a country located in the heart of Central Africa, with Bangui as capital. It covers an area of ​​623,000 square kilometers and has an estimated population of 4,000,000 inhabitants. Since CAR's independence (acquired on August 13, 1960), this country has gone through many political and military crises. More than a dozen "coups d'état" were attempted, among which 4 were...


Bujumbura by Bus – A Long Walk To Peace!

Publié 16 septembre 2014 Avatar Pona Bana

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The Great Lakes region has been the scene of recurring wars. It is important to show this long path towards peace through the film “A Long Walk to Peace” thanks to the remarkable work of child reporters in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Taking advantage of the Hope Forum, the child reporters of the DRC showed, not only the problems experienced by children in the region, but also suggested solutions such as: support and care for all children in general and refugee children in par...


“Who will care for us?” and more in the news this week

Publié 7 septembre 2014 no picture Ma'Reke

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The first work week of September has been enriching. I got to know about a number of eye-opening publications released this month. Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict - a network of international non-governmental organizations, striving to protect children in war zones - released one of such reports. According to their website, Watchlist was formed in 2001 by a group of leading human rights and humanitarian organizations in response to the need for improved monitoring and re...


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