On July, HWPL, an international peace organization affiliated with the United Nations Department of Global Communications (DGC) and the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), published a special issue including the peace movement and evidence from the previous eight years in English.
In May, Cheonji Ilbo, a comprehensive daily newsmagazine, released a 64-page special issue titled
Chairman Man Hee Lee of HWPL is honored in this special issue for his contributions to the peace movement. It covers the history of the Philippines' Mindanao Peace Agreement, as well as the background of the international community's proclamation of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW), which is made up of ten articles and 38 clauses for long-term peace.
Simultaneously, it features the worldwide community's peace messengers, who collaborate with HWPL to take the lead in creating global peace. It is "a vital source for world peace," according to a Cheonji Ilbo official. "I hope you will join in building sustainable peace if you see news of Chairman Man Hee Lee's peace campaign," he added.
Mr. Man Hee Lee, Chairman of HWPL, works internationally for ‘cessation of war’, was a Korean War veteran and suffered devastation from the war. He regrets the innocent deaths of young people who died in the war, and is actively engaged in activities to realize the international law of peace and harmony between religions.
Despite his age, he continued the peace campaign by issuing the “HWPL Statement on the Human Rights Crisis in Myanmar” in April 2021, despite reaching 90 this year. He has traveled to 49 countries on 31 World Peace Tours in order to instill a sense of peace in the worldwide society.
The first English feature in the special edition tells the narrative of leading a civilian peace deal in Mindanao, Philippines, in 2014. Mindanao was the site of a horrific Catholic-Islamic struggle that lasted 40 years and claimed the lives of 120,000 people. The agreement's leader, Chairman Lee, became well-known around the world. The link below contains related articles, which will be updated on a regular basis in the future.
Source: kantankatv.com/ Nii Arma Bonsu