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Ideas and action go together. The Interactive Forums offer students an opportunity to send peace poems, prayers, or thoughts on what we can do as individuals to promote peace in our communities.

The interactive forums are only open to intermediate or secondary students. In order to participate, teachers can register their students or students can register themselves

We hope that new ideas about peace and new actions will emerge out of this forum.
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" Our belief in the centrality of human rights to the work and life of the United Nations stems from a simple proposition: that States which respect human rights respect the rules of international society. States which respect human right are more likely to seek cooperation and not confrontation, tolerance and not violence, moderation and not might, peace and not war. States which treat their own people with fundamental respect are more likely to treat their neighbours with the same respect."
Kofi Annan
UN Secretary-General

UNESCO Ceremony marking the 50th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Paris 1998
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