Me and my organization, The Europe Peace Foundation (EPF), have been working non stop for the agenda of World Peace by 2030. I urge all world leaders, dissidents, and armed groups to join hands and stand up for my “GLOBAL PEACE 2030” agenda. As I have requested the world to renounce arms war, nuclear weapons, violence, strife and bitterness and come to the peace process. Let’s all support and work together to make my next nine years Global Peace plan a grand success.
Millions of innocent people across the Globe have suffered due to wars and violence which may have arisen due to various conflicts between a few. Eight out of ten of the world’s poorest countries still continue suffering, with large scale conflicts resulting from violence, discrimination, etc. Wars in developing countries have heavy human, economic, and social costs and are a major cause of poverty and underdevelopment.
Nearly 80 million people were forcibly displaced worldwide by the end of last year as a result of conflict, violence, persecution and human rights violations. Forced displacement is vastly more widespread and common today.
Armed violence and insecurity have a destructive impact on a country’s development, affecting economic growth, and often resulting in grievances that last for generations. Sexual violence, crime, exploitation and torture are also prevalent where there is conflict, or the lack of law enforcement, which is why Countries should take adequate measures to protect those who are most at risk.
Peace between Israel and the Palestinians remains both necessary and possible. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is an urgent issue in the region. Day by day, the situation in both states has worsened, thus human rights and democratic values have been consistently violated. People in both Israelis and Palestine have lost faith in their political leaders and no longer have a framework or a vision for the future.
World leaders, dissidents, communities and humanitarians must join together and demand peace for Palestinians and Israelis. The ongoing crisis in Palestine and Israel must cease in order to end the constant destruction of human life.
Despite endless efforts to find a peace agreement there has been no concrete resolution. Without a stronger more concrete peace plan of cooperation and communication this disaster will continue.
This past February 2022 another disastrous conflict sparked between Ukraine and Russia. Thousands of civilians have been killed and thousands more injured. The consistent violence has destroyed homes, cities, and environments causing hundreds of thousands to flee. Over 5 million people have been displaced creating a refugee crisis surpassing the number of refugees in World War II. In order to end this disaster we must look towards peace negotiations.
Soldiers from both sides are losing their lives in the fighting. The psychological effects and the repercussions of war create hostility, economic instability and political turmoil. Unless there is an effort to find peace, this violence will go on for generations.
Economic sanctions and lack of human resources place many in critical danger. The international budgets to import and export arms must be reassessed and focused on feeding families in Ukraine and Russia. We must stand together with all those who are suffering.
There have been efforts to host talks between Russia and Ukraine but it is not enough. In order to end this misery and achieve stability and security, we must strengthen communication. Without new efforts aimed at advocacy and support from a global community the violence between Ukraine and Russia will cease to end. To end the loss of lives the European Peace Foundation calls for dialogue between both sides of the conflict. To find long-lasting resolutions, strategies of peaceful negotiations are essential for the restoration of democracy.
World leaders, dissidents, communities and humanitarians must join together and demand peace for Palestinians and Israelis. The ongoing crisis in Palestine and Israel must cease in order to end the constant destruction of human life. Despite endless efforts to find a peace agreement there has been no concrete resolution. Without a stronger more concrete peace plan of cooperation and communication this disaster will continue.
“GLOBAL PEACE 2030” | Goals | 5th December 2023 *A world free of