The World Forum for the Culture of Peace which kicks off at the Peace Palace in the Hague, the Netherlands, on Thursday will send a humanitarian message to the whole world to establish peace and security. “In this forum, we will not only provide suggestions and recommendations, but we will work to put the theories into reality. We have issued seventeen approaches to cultivating a culture of peace from schools to university” the chairman of the foundation Abdul Aziz Saud Al Babtain, the organizer of the major event, said to local news agency in a statement Tuesday.
“We are keen to invite personalities to participate in decision-making and influence in the official and public opinion to enable these approaches, in addition to what will result in the Forum to practice on the ground,” he noted.
“At the outset, I would like to express my respects to the guests of the Forum from around the world, who share common visions and aspirations for a just peace to prevail among the peoples and provides them with the security that is expected today and in the future,” said Abdul Aziz Saud Al Babtain.
“The whole world is concerned with it. It reflects the symbolism and significance of the place concerned with justice. From here we send a humanitarian message to the whole world that we came from Kuwait, the state of peace and its Emir, the Leader of Humanitarian Action, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, to cooperate together to spread love and peaceful coexistence,” he added.
State leaders, world cultural personalities and influential policymakers from around the world are expected to take part in the one-day event which will be dominated by three themes: education and the protection of cultural heritage, promoting the culture of peace through education, and culture of peace manuals.