UN International Day of Peace Conference 2019
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The International Day of Peace is observed around the world each year on 21st September. WFWP holds an annual one-day conference to support and foster peace building within our diverse multicultural community.
The one-day conference brings together people of different communities and faiths to discuss current strategies to establish Peace at the local community level.
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Although science and technology are highly developed, the peace we desire is still out of reach. Why? Because of a lack of knowledge or resources? Political or military power? No.
It is conflict, hatred and selfishness embedded in the hearts of human beings is still causing new conflicts around the globe. Conflict and division within the person is the starting point. Conflict starts in the hearts of human beings. Peace must start there as well.
Hazel Zee is a young emerging Australian vocal artist who sings
passionately in the genre of spiritual and world music.
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PLEASE NOTE: Since this is a catered event, registration will not be available on the day of the event.
It is essential that you register online. Alternatively, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know that you are coming, and we will get back to you for payment options.
Please note: if you fail to register online and/or email us that you are coming, we will not be able to cater for you at the event.
Refunds are available 7 days prior to the event
Women's Federation for World Peace Oceania
As an organisation in General Consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations (ECOSOC), we empower women, and work to provide them worldwide with the knowledge, tools and support needed to create peace within their families, their communities, our nations and our world. Our Vision: Women working together to realise one global family rooted in a culture of sustainable peace. Our Mission: Empowering women as peace builders and leaders in the family to transform the community, nation and world. Through education, advocacy, partnership, reconciliation and humanitarian service, WFWP International aims to create an environment of peace and well being for future generations and people of all races, cultures and religious creeds.