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World Meeting on Human Fraternity in Vatican

Verantwortlicher Autor: Carlo Marino Rome/Vatican , 10.06.2023, 11:21 Uhr
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Rome/Vatican [ENA] In Vatican is taking place the World Meeting on Human Fraternity, organized by the Fratelli tutti Foundation, and inspired by the Encyclical Fratelli tutti. It will share an opportunity to foster fraternity and social friendship among individuals and peoples as an antidote to the many forms of violence and wars around the world. The meeting in St. Peter’s Square combined experiences, artistic performances and

and dialogue. About thirty Nobel Peace Prize laureates will issue the Declaration of Human Fraternity; more than three hundred girls and boys, representing all States, will form the embrace of peace along the Bernini colonnade; we will be connected with about ten squares around the world, so that different places on the planet can share and spread experiences of fraternity. Among the Nobel Peace Prize laureates in Rome there are: 1. Juan Manuel Santos, President of the Republic of Colombia from 2010 to 2018 – Colombia. Nobel Peace Prize in 2016, for his resolute commitment to ending the civil war that has affected his country for 50 years.

https://youtu.be/Yg4SnRq_QgU 2. Oscar Arias Sánchez, President of the Republic of Costa Rica from 1986 to 1990 and from 2006 to 2010 – Costa Rica. Nobel Peace Prize winner in 1987 for his commitment to promoting peace and stability in Central America, in particular for its efforts to end conflicts in the region and promote dialogue and cooperation between countries. 3. Lech Wałęsa, President of the Republic of Poland from 1990 to 1995 – Poland. Nobel Peace Prize in 1983 for his non-violent struggle for human rights and free trade unions in Poland. As leader of the Solidarność trade union, he played a key role in the rights of workers and in the promotion of democracy in his country.

4. José Ramos-Horta, President of the Democratic Republic of East Timor - East Timor. Nobel Peace Prize winner in 1996 for his work in favor of a just and peaceful solution to the conflict in East Timor. 5. Jody Williams, Founder of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL) and President of the Nobel Women's Initiative - United States. Nobel Peace Prize winner in 1997 for work on banning and clearing landmines. 6. Shirin Ebadi, President of Defenders for Human Rights Center – Iran. Nobel Peace Prize in 2003 for her commitment to the defense of democracy, human rights and especially women and children in Iran. https://youtu.be/NsECJCbjaBQ

7. Muhammad Yunus, Founder of Grameen Bank – Benglades. Nobel Peace Prize in 2006 for his work in promoting economic and social development through the concept of microcredit. Through Grameen Bank, he has provided cheap finance to the poor and helped improve their living conditions. 8. Leymah Roberta Gbowee, President of the Gbowee Peace Foundation Africa – Liberia. Nobel Peace Prize winner in 2011. As a leader of the Liberian women's movement, she played a vital role in ending the civil war and promoting reconciliation in her country. 9. Tawakkol Karman, Leader of the Arab Spring - Yemen. Nobel Peace Prize in 2011. As a journalist and activist, he defended human rights, democracy and freedom of expression in his country.

10. Denis Mukwege, Gynecologist – Democratic Republic of Congo. Nobel Peace Prize winner in 2018 for providing medical care and support to women victims of sexual violence in times of war and armed conflict. 11. Nadia Murad Basee Taha, President and Co-Founder of Nadia's Initiative - Iraq. Nobel Peace Prize winner in 2018 for her efforts to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war and armed conflict. 12. Giorgio Parisi, Vice-President of the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei - Italy. Nobel Prize in Physics in 2021 for the discovery of the interaction between disorder and fluctuations in physical systems, from the atomic to the planetary scale.

13. Maria Angelita Ressa, President of Rappler Inc. – Philippines. Nobel Peace Prize in 2021 for efforts to safeguard freedom of expression. 14. Bureau International de la Paix (IPB) - Organization that was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1910 for liaising between the peace societies of various countries and helping them organize world meetings of the international peace movement. Represented by Philip James Jennings, Chairman. 15. American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) - Organization Nobel Peace Prize winner in 1947 for their pioneering work in the international peace movement and compassionate effort to alleviate human suffering, thereby promoting brotherhood among nations. Represented by Hector Manuel Cortez.

16. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) - Nobel Peace Prize Winner in 1954 and 1981 for its efforts to heal the wounds of war by providing aid and protection to refugees from all over the world and for the promotion of the fundamental rights of refugees. Represented by Filippo Grandi, High Commissioner. 17. United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) - Nobel Prize winning organization Peace in 1965 for his commitment to strengthening solidarity between nations and narrowing the gap between rich and poor states. The organization is dedicated to promoting and advocating for children's rights, working to improve their health, education and well-being around the world. Represented by Bo Viktor Nylund.

17. United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) - Nobel Prize winning organization Peace in 1965 for his commitment to strengthening solidarity between nations and narrowing the gap between rich and poor states. The organization is dedicated to promoting and advocating for children's rights, working to improve their health, education and well-being around the world. Represented by Bo Viktor Nylund, Special Representative. 18. International Labor Organization (ILO) - Organization that was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1969 for having created international legislation that ensures certain standards for working conditions in each country. Represented by Gianni Rosas, ILO Office Director for Italy and San Marino.

20. Peace Operations United Nations Peacekeeping Forces - Nobel Peace Prize winning organization in 1988. To prevent armed clashes and create conditions for negotiations between countries in conflict. Represented by Aroldo Lazaro Saenz. 21. Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs - Organization awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1995 for its efforts to diminish the role of nuclear weapons in international politics and, in the long term, for the elimination of nuclear weapons. Represented by Paolo Cotta Ramusino, Secretary General. 22. International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL) - Organization that won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1997 for its work in banning and clearing landmines. Represented by Tun Channareth, ICBL

ICBL world Ambassador and Denise Coghlan, RSM Member of the Board of Directors. 23. International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) - Organization awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2005 for its efforts to prevent the use of nuclear energy for military purposes and to ensure that nuclear energy for peaceful purposes is used as efficiently as possible safe as possible. Represented by Jacek Andrzej Bylica, IAEA Head of Cabinet. 24. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) - Organization that was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007 for its efforts to build and disseminate greater knowledge of climate change caused by man and to lay the foundations for the measures necessary to counter them". Represented by Hoesung Lee, President.

25. Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) - 2013 Nobel Peace Prize winner organization for efforts to eliminate chemical weapons. Represented by Odette Melono, Deputy General Manager. 26. International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) - Nobel Peace Prize winning organization for its work to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for its pioneering efforts to achieve a prohibition of such arms based on a treaty. Represented by Daniel Högsta, interim Executive Director.

26. International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) - Nobel Peace Prize winning organization for its work to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for its pioneering efforts to achieve a prohibition of such arms based on a treaty. Represented by Daniel Högsta, interim Executive Director 27. Center for Civil Liberties – Nobel Peace Prize organization in 2022. They have been promoting the right of expression and fundamental rights of citizens for many years. They worked hard to document war crimes, violence and abuses of power. With their work they demonstrate the importance of civil society for peace and democracy. Represented by Oleksandra Matviychuk.

28. United Nation – Organization Nobel Peace Prize winner in 2001 for their work for a more inclusive and peaceful world. Represented by Miguel Angel Moratinos, Under Secretary General of the United Nations, he contributed to the creation and launch of the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) in 2005 and as of 2019 he holds the position of High Representative of the UNAOC. 29. Oley Dibba Wadda, representing Ellen Johnson Sirleaf – Nobel Peace Prize winner in 2011 for her non-violent struggle for women's safety and their right to full participation in peacebuilding.

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