Toward Immediacy in World Peace : Papers and Proceedings of the World Peace Congress
Region : World | Language : English | Product Binding : Hardbound | Page No. : 176 | Year : 2012
ISBN : 9789350021125
INR : 400.00
This volume commemorates the third landmark in the march of the World Peace Congress, the event held in Thailand in the summer of 2010. It includes most of the major presentations at this meeting.
A landmark event, the Congress called for a historic ban on war to be adopted by the UN declaring war as “Illegal”.
The Resolution was sent to the Secretary General of the UN.
Rajani Kannepalli Kanth, Trustee of the World Peace Congress, has held affiliations with the United Nations, and prestigious universities across the World. His newest work is titled The Challenge of Eurocentrism [N.Y.: Macmillan (2009)]. He is currently Fellow of Harvard University.
Padmamalini G. Rao was an Editor with Tata McGraw Hill Education, Noida, India.. Her early life, including social and college education, was in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, USA. She is a practicing lay Buddhist and is a member of Soka Gakki International in India, working with youth and educators to promote faith-based and value-based solutions to modern challenges.
Karen Ohnesorge is a poet and artist whose central themes are compassion, spirituality, and love. She currently serves as Dean of Instruction for Ottawa University, a liberal arts college in Ottawa, Kansas, USA.
Tung-Yi Kho is a Doctoral Researcher in Sociology. His research interests span the natural sciences, the social sciences, and the humanities. The Congress’s Secretary General, he also served as Co-Chair of the Thailand Congress of 2010.
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