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Asunto:[RedLuz] Declaration of Peoples' Summit for Departments of Peace
Fecha:Miercoles, 16 de Noviembre, 2005  23:32:01 (-0600)
Autor:Ricardo Ocampo <redanahuak>

From :     <gmakreas@...> 
Sent :     Friday, October 28, 2005 4:07 PM 
Subject :     Declaration of Peoples' Summit for Departments of Peace 
Dear Friends of World Peace, 
Exciting news!  An international initiative for the creation of Departments 
of Peace in governments throughout the world has been launched! 
If you are inspired by this initiative, then please forward this news to 
your peace networks...and JOIN US in creating a Department or Ministry for 
Peace in your country. 
In the Spirit of Peace, 
Kosta Makreas San Francisco, CA 
From Dot Maver, Executive Director of The Peace Alliance 
Dear Friends of a Department of Peace, 
We return from the first International People's Summit for Departments of 
Peace, held October 18 and 19 in London, with great hope and increased 
energy for the work we have undertaken to create an infrastructure for peace 
as we call for departments of peace in governments throughout the world and 
continue our work here in the United States campaigning for a US Department 
of Peace. 
Forty people from twelve countries attended the London Summit. Countries 
represented included Australia, Canada, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, the 
Netherlands, Palestine, Romania, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United 
States. Summit attendees also participated in a two-day training in the 
latest methodologies and developments in the field of peacebuilding and 
conflict transformation. There are many of us calling for dialogue to 
determine ways to resolve conflicts with peaceful means. In July the United 
Nations hosted the largest ever gathering of Civil Society where a Global 
Action Agenda for the Prevention of Violent Conflict was presented to the 
Secretary-General. The global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed 
Conflict is calling on governments to work with civil society in building a 
safer, more peaceful world. 
Both the Summit and the training that preceded it were facilitated by Kai 
Frithjof Brand-Jacobsen, founder and director of the Peace Action, Training 
and Research Institute of Romania (PATRIR) and co-director of Transcend. 
On the final day of the London Summit, the participants launched an on-going 
partnership for global action, called the People's Initiative for 
Departments of Peace, and planned for the second People's Summit to be held 
June 2006 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, preceding the first World 
Peace Forum. The Summit concluded with a public meeting in the Grand 
Committee Room in the Houses of Parliament, where a Declaration (reproduced 
below) was presented to John McDonnell MP (member of parliament) who, 
inspired by Rep. Dennis Kucinich, has introduced legislation in the UK for a 
Ministry for Peace. 
Please forward this message on to your networks, national and international, 
as there are now many Department of Peace working groups forming in 
countries around the world. We will keep you posted on progress as this 
initiative unfolds. 
In the Spirit of Peace, Dot 
Dorothy J. Maver 
Executive Director 
The Peace Alliance 
London, 19 October 2005 
Today, we announce the launch of an international initiative for the 
creation of Departments of Peace in governments throughout the world. 
Violence of all kinds is increasing. 
There is an urgent need to find responsible solutions, expanding on past and 
present peace-building successes. 
This international initiative will both provide resources and support for 
existing national Department of Peace campaigns, and assist new ones as they 
appear in other countries. 
While the exact role of the department will differ in each country, its 
basic functions will be the same: 
To foster a culture of peace; 
To research, articulate and help bring about non-violent solutions to 
conflicts at all levels; and 
To provide resources for training in peace-building and conflict 
transformation to people everywhere. 
We, the undersigned, joyfully vow to support and encourage each other, to 
share information, to enrich each other’s experience, to listen to one 
another and to celebrate our commonalities and differences in our journey 
together towards a culture of peace. 
Department of Peace, Australia 
Working Group for a Federal Department of Peace, Canada 
ministry for peace, United Kingdom 
The Peace Alliance, Campaigning for a US Department of Peace, United States 
Delegation from Israel 
Binnie D’egli Innocenti, WWGHM, Italy 
Federation of Damanhur, Italy 
Global Peace Campaign, Working for a Ministry of Peace in Japan 
Ank Mesritz, House of Peace, Netherlands 
Paul van Tongeren, European Centre for Conflict Prevention, Netherlands 
Zoughbi Zoughbi, WI’AM, Palestinian Conflict Resolution Centre, Palestine

Romanian Department of Peace Initiative 
Jo Berry, Building Bridges for Peace, United Kingdom 
Rolf C Carriere 
Simonetta Costanzo Pittaluga 
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