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Ambassador's Brunch for World Peace and Interfaith World Peace

Goodyear, Arizona, USA - May 16, 2014
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Many faith leaders gathered with ambassadors and international NGOs on Friday for the International Leaders Brunch for World Peace at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington D.C.. Hosting the conference was Heavenly Culture, World Peace and Restoration of Light (HWPL). Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL) is a non-governmental, non-profit organization registered under the Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs that transcends differences in culture, belief and region to engage leaders and youth in sustainable and comprehensive solutions for peace through culture, arts, religion and public policy.

HWPL’s chairman Mr. Man H. Lee is currently on his 10th World Tour to meet with political and religious leaders to advocate a message of nonviolence and peace. Heather Caton, President of World Genesis Foundation, had the opportunity to attend the bunch, with speaker, Lola Bokini, from UNESCO Center for Peace. “It was great to be invited and speak about working together for peace, “said Lola “UNESCO Center for Peace shares their vision,” to strive to facilitate comprehensive grassroots peace building that involves diverse voices of the community: leaders in education, governmental and religious sectors as well as non-profit organizations and youth to create sustainable solutions and empower individuals and communities to be an integral part in global peacebuilding.

As the morning’s keynote speaker, the 84-year old Korean War veteran appealed to attendees to consider, “It is not heaven’s will to create division and conflict, nor a principle that we should fight one another.” In addition, Lee said one way to promote peace is to ask world leaders, president, prime ministers, including heads of religious organizations to sign a peace agreement. Currently, over 300 international dignitaries and religious leaders have signed the HWPL peace agreement. Many of the leaders that Mr. Lee has met during his past nine world tours have expressed their commitment to attend and promote HWPL’s upcoming event, the World Alliance of Religions for Peace Summit in Seoul, South Korea. The summit is an international conference, taking place this fall. “To bring so many together that are focused on a global mission is inspiring,” said Heather, “we hope to stay in contact and support future peacebuilding initiatives.”

The World Genesis Foundation is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization that was founded on November 30, 1999 and is dedicated to a vision and mission to "leave no child without hope for the future." Headquartered in Goodyear, Arizona in the USA, the foundation supports activities worldwide to create educational, scientific and cultural opportunities for youth with a special focus in areas of the world where these opportunities are limited or do not exist.

Links:
Heavenly Culture, World Peace and Restoration of Light
UNESCO Center for Peace 
World Genesis Foundation – Official Website
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Contact:

Public Relations, press@WorldGenesis.org, The World Genesis Foundation, 14050 W Van Buren St # 404, Goodyear, AZ 85338, UNITED STATES of AMERICA

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