The Forum on the creation of World Peace Journalism has taken place in France, at the Hotel Ibis in Paris. It is an initiative by the International NGO HWPL to promote and boost the concepts and culture of peace in the media.
The NGO Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light, known as HWPL, attempts to use the international media to spread a culture of peace throughout the world. Makaila N’Guebla, from the Maison de Journalist, who is also one of the proponents of the initiative, pointed out that the media are responsible for strengthening the production and diffusion of ideas which favour the construction of a peaceful society.
Furthermore, the coordinator for communications from the ONG HWPL in France, Wahib-Lucas Makhlouf, in his speech, highlighted the fact that the media could play an even more important role in telling audiences about the efforts and arduous work carried out by various international organisations in order to achieve peace in the world and leave an appropriate legacy for future generations.
HPLW is an international organisation that transcends all ethnic, religious and idealogical cultures and other considerations; it also aims to silence arms throughout the world, promote peaceful alliances between religions, and establish peaceful harmony in society on a global scale.
It is a panorama which, according to observers, is adapted to the will and desire of many world leaders such as the Equatoguinean Head of State, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, for the preservation of this element which is so vital for human beings, and is at the same time threatened by humanity itself.
The forum concluded with the signing of integration within the network of world peace journalism and a group photo.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office