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Global Peace Convention 2012

November 29, 2012 - December 02, 2012: Atlanta, United States

Government and civil society leaders from 43 countries convened in Atlanta to collaborate on strategies for peace-building on the theme, "Moral and Innovative Leadership: Building Healthy Families, Ethical Societies and a Global Culture of Peace."

CONVENTION FULL REPORT

 

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Event Details

Global Peace Convention 2012 Hosts Government and Civil Society Leaders from 43 Nations in Atlanta

Former Heads of State Launch Latin American Presidential Mission to Advance Development, Good Governance, Regional Integration

More than 800 participants from 43 nations  examined the role of leadership in advancing human welfare at the fourth Global Peace Convention, “Moral and Innovative Leadership: Building Healthy Families, Ethical Societies, and a Global Culture of Peace,” in Atlanta, USA on November 29-December 2, 2012.
Among the delegates were 9 former Heads of State, parliamentarians from 6 nations, elected officials, educators, diplomats, NGO representatives, and faith and business leaders. In 4 days of meetings, delegates participated in 37 plenary sessions, forums, workshops, and working groups featuring more than 150 speakers, presenters, and discussants.

Previous Conventions have been held in Manila (2009), Nairobi (2010), and Seoul (2011).

The 2012 Convention highlighted three key issues relating to moral and innovative leadership in the twenty first century: global interfaith initiatives, cooperation in the Americas as a foundation for hemispheric progress and prosperity, and Korean unification based on principles and values that can serve as a model for global peace.

FULL 2012 CONVENTION REPORT

PDF iconGPC 2012 Summary report.pdf

Featured Individuals

Founder and Chairman
Global Peace Foundation
Former President of the Republic of Uruguay
Vice President
Education Division, Global Peace Foundation