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  • Goldy George
    Dear all: Jai Bhim! Please go through this press release which is based on a fact finding investigation by Dalit Mukti Morcha. We request you to forward it to
    Message 1 of 4 , Jul 6, 2011

    Dear all:
    Jai Bhim! 
    Please go through this press release which is based on a fact finding investigation by Dalit Mukti Morcha. We request you to forward it to people on your list. The complete report will also follow in a couple of days. I am also attaching a hindi version of the same if some of the member want to read it in hindi

    With much metta

    Goldy

    On Wed, Jul 6, 2011 at 12:29 PM, CHAN Beng Seng <bengseng@...> wrote:
     

    June 2011

    Doctrine Divides, Action Unites

    Contents

    ۩ Home Page
    ۩ School of Peace
    ۩ Faith and Peace Archives
    ۩ Photos and events
    ۩ Who are we

    e-mail : forumicf@...


    A Family and a War
    Laxmi Pathak
    War, whether it is a civil war or a war with another country, destroys lives, property, economies and often hope. It does not resolve though the causes of the war. The end of one war merely plants the seeds for the next war. In this article, the author, an alumni of the 2008 School of Peace (SOP) in Bangalore, India, shares how Nepal’s civil war has ruined the lives of a happy, self-sufficient family. [Read more]

    Religious Leaders from Cambodia and Thailand United in Calling on All, Especially Governments, to Use Religious Principles for Resolving Conflict
    In response to the most recent tension and violence along the Thai-Cambodian border that erupted in February 2011, leaders of Buddhism and other faiths from the two countries participated in dialogue and advocacy for peace on May 31 in Bangkok. In their joint communique, the participants from both countries note the failure thus far of the leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to resolve the conflict and instead they call for dialogue between all parties based on the values of Buddhism and other religious faiths. [Read more]

    Reflections on an Interfaith Dialogue for Peace between Cambodia and Thailand
    Paddy Noble
    Buddhists and other people of faith from Cambodia and Thailand gathered in Bangkok on May 31 to discuss the border conflict between the two countries at a meeting organized by the World Conference of Religions for Peace (Religions for Peace International), the Interreligious Council of Cambodia and the Religions for Peace Interreligious Council of Thailand and its secretariat at the Mahidol University Research Center for Peacebuilding. The author, a Christian staff member of Interfaith Cooperation Forum (ICF) living in Cambodia, shares his reflections of this assembly of people seeking peace. [Read more]

    Hope of the Next Generation
    Saw Mort
    A 2007 School of Peace (SOP) alumni living and working in the Burmese refugee camps in Thailand shares the struggles and determination of Burma’s children to attain an education in this reflection about their lives and his work to assist them. [Read more]

    Child Slavery in Pakistan: 20,000 Children with Small Heads Are Run by the Shrines for Beggary
    Malik Ayub Sumbal
    In an article circulated by the Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) in Hong Kong, the author describes the extraordinary abuse of children in the name of religion in Pakistan as well as the practice of child trafficking. [Read more]

    2011 Global Peace Index: World Less Peaceful
    Institute for Economics and Peace
    An international peace research center has released its annual Global Peace Index, or GPI. In a press release accompanying the announcement of this year’s index results, the institute notes that world peace has deteriorated for the third consecutive year, a drop that is “strongly tied to conflict between citizens and their governments.” [Read more]


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    ---------------------------------
    *Creation of a casteless and peaceful society is indeed the first step
    towards just, egalitarian, and harmonious society. A society of equals,
    neither unequal nor more-equals, beyond the strings of caste, class, gender,
    race, ethnicity, etc. Otherwise it leads to social oppression, political
    exploitation, economic deprivation, cultural domination, gender
    discrimination, class isolation, deliberate exclusion. Lets’ believe in a
    society beyond this....*
    *GOLDY M. GEORGE *
     
    Goldy M. George
    Dalit Mukti Morcha
    Chhattisgarh


  • shreeram chaudhary
    Dear Sir namste, Thanks for it. I got it. Shreeram ... From: CHAN Beng Seng Subject: [justpeaceinasia] [FaithPeace] Faith and Peace
    Message 2 of 4 , Jul 6, 2011
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      Dear Sir
      namste,
      Thanks for it. I got it.
      Shreeram


      --- On Wed, 6/7/11, CHAN Beng Seng <bengseng@...> wrote:

      From: CHAN Beng Seng <bengseng@...>
      Subject: [justpeaceinasia] [FaithPeace] Faith and Peace Newsletter - 30/6/11
      To: "FaithPeace" <faithpeace@...>
      Date: Wednesday, 6 July, 2011, 7:59 AM

       

      June 2011

      Doctrine Divides, Action Unites

      Contents

      ۩ Home Page
      ۩ School of Peace
      ۩ Faith and Peace Archives
      ۩ Photos and events
      ۩ Who are we

      e-mail : forumicf@...


      A Family and a War
      Laxmi Pathak
      War, whether it is a civil war or a war with another country, destroys lives, property, economies and often hope. It does not resolve though the causes of the war. The end of one war merely plants the seeds for the next war. In this article, the author, an alumni of the 2008 School of Peace (SOP) in Bangalore, India, shares how Nepal’s civil war has ruined the lives of a happy, self-sufficient family. [Read more]

      Religious Leaders from Cambodia and Thailand United in Calling on All, Especially Governments, to Use Religious Principles for Resolving Conflict
      In response to the most recent tension and violence along the Thai-Cambodian border that erupted in February 2011, leaders of Buddhism and other faiths from the two countries participated in dialogue and advocacy for peace on May 31 in Bangkok. In their joint communique, the participants from both countries note the failure thus far of the leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to resolve the conflict and instead they call for dialogue between all parties based on the values of Buddhism and other religious faiths. [Read more]

      Reflections on an Interfaith Dialogue for Peace between Cambodia and Thailand
      Paddy Noble
      Buddhists and other people of faith from Cambodia and Thailand gathered in Bangkok on May 31 to discuss the border conflict between the two countries at a meeting organized by the World Conference of Religions for Peace (Religions for Peace International), the Interreligious Council of Cambodia and the Religions for Peace Interreligious Council of Thailand and its secretariat at the Mahidol University Research Center for Peacebuilding. The author, a Christian staff member of Interfaith Cooperation Forum (ICF) living in Cambodia, shares his reflections of this assembly of people seeking peace. [Read more]

      Hope of the Next Generation
      Saw Mort
      A 2007 School of Peace (SOP) alumni living and working in the Burmese refugee camps in Thailand shares the struggles and determination of Burma’s children to attain an education in this reflection about their lives and his work to assist them. [Read more]

      Child Slavery in Pakistan: 20,000 Children with Small Heads Are Run by the Shrines for Beggary
      Malik Ayub Sumbal
      In an article circulated by the Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) in Hong Kong, the author describes the extraordinary abuse of children in the name of religion in Pakistan as well as the practice of child trafficking. [Read more]

      2011 Global Peace Index: World Less Peaceful
      Institute for Economics and Peace
      An international peace research center has released its annual Global Peace Index, or GPI. In a press release accompanying the announcement of this year’s index results, the institute notes that world peace has deteriorated for the third consecutive year, a drop that is “strongly tied to conflict between citizens and their governments.” [Read more]


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      FaithPeace@...
      http://daga.org.hk/mailman/listinfo/faithpeace_daga.org.hk
    • Goldy George
      You are welcome!!! G On Wed, Jul 6, 2011 at 7:01 PM, shreeram chaudhary
      Message 3 of 4 , Jul 6, 2011
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        You are welcome!!!
        G

        On Wed, Jul 6, 2011 at 7:01 PM, shreeram chaudhary <chaudhary_srmail@...> wrote:
         

        Dear Sir
        namste,
        Thanks for it. I got it.
        Shreeram


        --- On Wed, 6/7/11, CHAN Beng Seng <bengseng@...> wrote:

        From: CHAN Beng Seng <bengseng@...>
        Subject: [justpeaceinasia] [FaithPeace] Faith and Peace Newsletter - 30/6/11
        To: "FaithPeace" <faithpeace@...>
        Date: Wednesday, 6 July, 2011, 7:59 AM

         

        June 2011

        Doctrine Divides, Action Unites

        Contents

        ۩ Home Page
        ۩ School of Peace
        ۩ Faith and Peace Archives
        ۩ Photos and events
        ۩ Who are we

        e-mail : forumicf@...


        A Family and a War
        Laxmi Pathak
        War, whether it is a civil war or a war with another country, destroys lives, property, economies and often hope. It does not resolve though the causes of the war. The end of one war merely plants the seeds for the next war. In this article, the author, an alumni of the 2008 School of Peace (SOP) in Bangalore, India, shares how Nepal’s civil war has ruined the lives of a happy, self-sufficient family. [Read more]

        Religious Leaders from Cambodia and Thailand United in Calling on All, Especially Governments, to Use Religious Principles for Resolving Conflict
        In response to the most recent tension and violence along the Thai-Cambodian border that erupted in February 2011, leaders of Buddhism and other faiths from the two countries participated in dialogue and advocacy for peace on May 31 in Bangkok. In their joint communique, the participants from both countries note the failure thus far of the leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to resolve the conflict and instead they call for dialogue between all parties based on the values of Buddhism and other religious faiths. [Read more]

        Reflections on an Interfaith Dialogue for Peace between Cambodia and Thailand
        Paddy Noble
        Buddhists and other people of faith from Cambodia and Thailand gathered in Bangkok on May 31 to discuss the border conflict between the two countries at a meeting organized by the World Conference of Religions for Peace (Religions for Peace International), the Interreligious Council of Cambodia and the Religions for Peace Interreligious Council of Thailand and its secretariat at the Mahidol University Research Center for Peacebuilding. The author, a Christian staff member of Interfaith Cooperation Forum (ICF) living in Cambodia, shares his reflections of this assembly of people seeking peace. [Read more]

        Hope of the Next Generation
        Saw Mort
        A 2007 School of Peace (SOP) alumni living and working in the Burmese refugee camps in Thailand shares the struggles and determination of Burma’s children to attain an education in this reflection about their lives and his work to assist them. [Read more]

        Child Slavery in Pakistan: 20,000 Children with Small Heads Are Run by the Shrines for Beggary
        Malik Ayub Sumbal
        In an article circulated by the Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) in Hong Kong, the author describes the extraordinary abuse of children in the name of religion in Pakistan as well as the practice of child trafficking. [Read more]

        2011 Global Peace Index: World Less Peaceful
        Institute for Economics and Peace
        An international peace research center has released its annual Global Peace Index, or GPI. In a press release accompanying the announcement of this year’s index results, the institute notes that world peace has deteriorated for the third consecutive year, a drop that is “strongly tied to conflict between citizens and their governments.” [Read more]


        -----Inline Attachment Follows-----


        _______________________________________________
        FaithPeace mailing list
        FaithPeace@...
        http://daga.org.hk/mailman/listinfo/faithpeace_daga.org.hk



        --
        ---------------------------------
        *Creation of a casteless and peaceful society is indeed the first step
        towards just, egalitarian, and harmonious society. A society of equals,
        neither unequal nor more-equals, beyond the strings of caste, class, gender,
        race, ethnicity, etc. Otherwise it leads to social oppression, political
        exploitation, economic deprivation, cultural domination, gender
        discrimination, class isolation, deliberate exclusion. Lets’ believe in a
        society beyond this....*
        *GOLDY M. GEORGE *
         
        Goldy M. George
        Dalit Mukti Morcha
        Chhattisgarh


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