African Peace and Democratic Institute(APDI)

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African Peace and Democratic Institute(APDI)

(APDI) is a project of LUKMEF that started in 2004. Members now engage in the second phase of the project that focuses on content development and institutional networking. <<Poverty is due more to lack of real democracy than lack of Resources.>>

Website: http://lukmefcameroon.org
Location: Limbe, Cameroon Africa
Members: 68
Latest Activity: Dec 8, 2011

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Comment by Cynthia Davis on June 16, 2010 at 5:24pm
I am networking everyday to bring awareness to the conditions in Southern Sudan. The peace agreement is volatile and will end with upcoming referendum. A very important film about what sudanese refugees in the US are doing to rebuild. It shows real hope and what can be done when people support. The people of Southern Sudan have faced unacceptable conditions since the "Peace" agreement and decades of war. The government in power must be removed for any hope of peace in Sudan and the US must keep the pressure on before this referendum date. The documentary is a must see. please visit www.rebuildinghopesudan.org and get a copy of the film.
Comment by Rahel Weldeab on May 23, 2010 at 6:59pm
2010 International Youth Forum Asmara, Eritrea 21-23 July 2010
http://nueyseritrea.wordpress.com
Comment by Hassan Mohamed on March 26, 2010 at 5:32am
Being from the Somali Republic, one of the African states that is devastated by civil war and environmental adversities, networking and working with others is something that I am passionately focusing on to address local challenges including resolving conflicts, understand the underlying causes that either contribute or cause civil conflicts, and also be an advocate for saving the environment. Thank You.
Comment by Dr. kamal kumar saha on February 2, 2010 at 9:45am
INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE 2009-BANGLADESH
THE WORLD PEACE MISSION BANGLADESH HAS CELEBRATED INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE 2009 SUCCESSFULLY THROUGH CONFERENCE AND FIRST PEACE AWARD CEREMONY IN BANGLADESH. DISTRIBUTE MESSAGE OF SECRETARY GENERAL(UN).
THIS YEAR WPM HAS CELEBRATED 2009 ORGANIZED LARGE-SCALE PROGRAMS IN BANGLADESH.WPM HAS PROMOTED AND INVOLVED DIFFERENT GO,NGO,LOCAL COMMUNITY AND DEFFERENT LEVEL OF PEOPLE TO CELEBRATE INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE 2009.
WPM HAS CELEBRATED INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE 2009 THROUGH CONFERENCE AND PEACE AWARD CEREMONY IN DHAKA. THE CONFERENCE TOPIC WAS “WE MUST DISARM”. DR.KAMAL KUMAR SAHA, CHAIRMAN OF WORLD PEACE MISSION, BANGLADESH PRESIDED OVER THE CONFERENCE.THE CONFERENCE WAS ADDRESS BY CHAIRMAN OF BANGLADESH HOMOEOPATHY BOARD, GOVT.OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF BANGLADESH, DR. DILIP KUMAR ROY AS THE CHIEF GUEST. DIALOGUE ON CULTURE POLICY, CHAIRMAN, MR. MUSTAFA ZAMAN ABBASI, FORMAR VICE-CHAIRMAN, WORLD SCOUT COMMITTEE, MR. HABIBUL ALAM BIR PROTIK, OFFICER-IN-CHARGE,UNITED NATIONS INFORMATION CENTER-DHAKA, MR. KAZI ALI REZA, SECRETARY GENERAL, HOMOEOPATHIC GRAGUATE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION BANGLADESH, DR. ASHIS SHANKAR NEOGI ADDRESS THE CONFERENCE AS SPECIAL GUEST.
DR.ASHIS S. NEOGI SAID, WITHOUT NEGOTIATION WE CANNOT MAKE PEACE IN THIS WORLD. WE HAVE TO SETUP OUR MIND TO MAKE PEACE AND POSPERITY.
MR.KAZI ALI REZA SAID, IT WAS FIRST ESTABLISHED BY THE UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY IN 1981 AS A DAY OF GLOBAL CEASEFIRE AND NON-VIOLENCE. BANGLADESH HAS REMAINED DEEPLY COMMITTED TO THE VALUES AND PRINCIPLES OF THE UN SYSTEM AND HAS CONTRIBUTED TO THE REALIZATION OF THE PRINCIPLES AND PURPOSES OF UN TO PROMOTE PEACE IN THE WORLD.
MR. HABIBUL ALAM BIR PROTIK SAID, ONLY A GLOBAL ECONOMIC SYSTEM WITH EQUITABLE OPPORTUNITY FOR FORCE BANGLDEASH EFFORTS TO MAKE PEACE DURABLE. IF ANYONE MAKE PEACE IN HIS/HER FAMILY, WORLD WILL BE PEACEFULL.
MR.MUSTAFA ZAMAN ABBASI SAID, OUR PARTICIPATION IN THE PEACEKEEPING MISSIONS AND OUR CONTRIBUTION IN THE DEVELOPMENT AGENDA OF THE UN SPEAK FOR OUR UNFLINCHING COMMITMENT TO PEACE.
CHIEF GUEST DR. DILIP KUMAR ROY SAID, REFERRING TO FOOD INSECURITY ALONG WITH THE EXTREMELY NEGATIVE IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE AND OIL, GOLD ETC PRICE HIKE WORLDWIDE. THSES ARE NEW CHALLENGES TO STABILITY, WHICH IS THE PRECONDETION OF PEACE AND SECURITY.
DR. KAMAL KUMAR SAHA SAID FOR ENSURING DISARM GO, NGO AND DEFFERENT LEVEL OF PEOPLE SHOULD WORK TOGETHER. HE ALSO SAID BUILD UP STRONG PLATFORM BOTH NATIONAL AND INATERNATIONAL LEVEL AND EXCHANGE KNOWLEDGE AND NEW TECHNOLOGY FOR HUMAN FUMDAMENTAL DEMANDS AND ITS WISE USE. HE THANKS TO UNITED NATIONS AND ESPECIALLY THANKS TO SECRETARY GENERAL MR. BAN KIM MOON FOR ENCOURAGING AND SUPPORTING.
TEACHERS, STUDENTS, SCOUTS, ENVIRONMENTALISTS, JOURNALISTS AND DEFFERENT LEVEL OF PEOPLE ATTAINED THE CONFERENCE. NATIONAL TV MEDIA TELECAST THE PROGRAM AND NEWSPAPER COVERAGE THIS PROGRAM.
THE WORLD PEACE MISSION BANGLADESH GAVE 12 CATEGORY FIRST PEACE AWARD 2009 IN BANGLADESH. FOLLOWING:
1. DR. DILIP KUMAR ROY, CHAIRMAN, BANGLADESH HOMOEOPATHY BOARD, GOVT. OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF BANGLADESH.
2. MR. MUSTAFA ZAMAN ABBASI, CHAIRMAN, DIALOGUE ON CULTURE POLICY.
3. MR. HABIBUL ALAM BIR PROTIK, FORMER VICE-CHAIRMAN, WORLD SCOUT COMMITTEE.
4. PRICIPLE MD. SHAHIDUL ALAM
5. DR. ASHIS SHANKAR NEOGI
6. MR. HARUN UR RASHID, PLANNING EDITOR AND SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT, EKUSHEY TV.
7. MD. ALI MILON, VICE-PRESIDENT, VOICE OF AMERICA FAN CLUB BANGLADESH.
8. MUHAMMAD SHARIFUL ISLAM, PRESIDENT, NATURE AND BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION SOCIETY.
9. MD. MOMANUR RAHMAN BHUIYAN, FOUNDER MEMBER SECRETARY, WORLD PEACE MISSION BANGLADESH.
10. MD. SHAMIM HOSSAIN, FOUNDER SECRETARY GENERAL, WORLD PEACE MISSION BANGLADESH.
11. MD. SAIDUZZAMAN, FOUNDER MEMBER, WORLD PEACE MISSION BANGLADESH.
12. IMPISA OPEN SCOUT GROUP.

MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIRMAN WPM

DR. KAMAL KUMAR SAHA
CHAIRMAN
WORLD PEACE MISSION
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MOBILE: 0088-01190146636, 0088-01711485760
E-MAIL: worldpeacemission2003@yahoo.com
Comment by Mugaruka Maimona on February 1, 2010 at 5:35pm
Hi Brothers,
Glad to join this wonderful network. I hope to engange in constructive convesations on Peace, security, poverty, democracy and development.

Meet
Bye
Comment by Alice Mutesi on September 11, 2009 at 9:42am
Hi all,
Glad to join this wonderful group. I hope to engange in constructive convesations on Peace, security, democracy and development.
Comment by Ping Ping Worakate on September 1, 2009 at 10:46am
Please take few minutes to read and share with your friends and network if you think it would benefit them.

After we accomplished our pilot project with young adults from 10 countries last February 2009 in Thailand, we're ready to launch the Peace Revolution live project. The program is all about

Peace & Conflict Resolution

Mediation & Meditation

World Peace & Inner Peace

Self-Development & Transformation

and many more…

Presently, we have almost 500 participants from 99 countries registered for a unique online program provided free of charge. You’d better ascertain by clicking at WWW.PEACEREVOLUTION2010.ORG for further details.

Also, we provide (limited) “Fellowship” to an international conference in February 2010 in Thailand especially for youth and young adult ages between 18-30 years who apply before October 15, 2009. Learn more at http://www.peacerevolution2010.org/docs/en/apply-for-the-agency.

If you are the one who believe in this equation;

“Inner Peace + Outer Peace = Sustainable World Peace”,

let’s join force today!

We look forward to hearing from you soon.

With great respect and appreciation for your endeavor toward peace

Peace in…Peace out!

Peace Revolution Crew
Comment by Arielle Kelly on April 12, 2009 at 4:01am
My heartfelt hopes and wishes lie in bringing peace, strength, stability, hope and prosperity to Africa and to Africans...
I long for there to be enough hope and opportunity for this change that Africans will no longer risk their lives to try to start new ones illegally across the Atlantic, but that there will be more than enough food, jobs, honest and fair governance, good health care for all, human rights and equality so that Mother Africa will soon rise up be all that she can be today and tomorrow.
Comment by Solomon M. Muin on February 25, 2009 at 7:58pm
Coming out from a community (Liberia) that suffers one of Africa's most brutal civil war, networking and working with others to ensure that the next generation does not suffer the scourge of war is my outmost priority. This makes it compelling to be a part of this initiative. Thank you.
Comment by Dr. Eselebor, Aziegbe Willie on December 12, 2008 at 1:33am
nice idea, because africa need peace.
 

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