World peace is an ideal of freedom, peace, and happiness among and within all nations and/or people. World peace is an idea of planetary non-violence by which nations willingly cooperate, either voluntarily or by virtue of a system of governance that prevents warfare.
We met so many organizations that don’t have peace inside and aim for peace outside.
This is a challenge for all of us tho aim daily peace and practice it not only preach for it.
Everyone can bring peace on the earth if has an active thinking about it’self and it’s vocabulary and all the feedback that he sends.
In one of our meeting we had the leader of an organizations that had a full dictionary of non aggression words that we could use to replace our bad language behavior.
If there is someone actively looking and counting your bad words you can’t even imagine how often we use the aggressive and offensive words in our daily language.
Maybe some legislative initiatives would encourage a larger percentage of the population to be aware of such little things that could bring us in a totally different paradigm.
What are your ideas for peace?
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We would like to see all networks as prepared and organized to build peace in the local and global community as this youth and their projects
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By simulating the United Nations, we encourage knowledge of international affairs, research, understanding of parliamentary procedures, analytical reasoning, problem solving, professionalism in negotiation, oral and written presentation of ideas, etc. By working together as a team, drawing from the past and present, we are preparing youth for the future and we empower them to be a part of decision making at all levels.