기본 콘텐츠로 건너뛰기

2월, 2018의 게시물 표시

Sunhak Peace Prize Exhibition Booth (Side-Panel at the ILC 2018)

Lotte Hotel World, Seoul -- T he Sunhak Peace Prize Secretariat held an exhibition booth for the Sunhak Peace Prize, during the 2018 ILC event.   The International Leadership Conference (ILC) is a global forum that discusses issues of peace and security, as well as world peace. High-ranking participants from around the world gather to discuss way to realize peace. The 2018 ILC, titled "Building a World of Lasting Peace: Interdependence, Mutual Prosperity and Universal Values," was held between February 18 and 22.   More than 550 participants -- political, religious, academic, media, economic, social and civial society leaders -- from more than 80 nations around the world showed great interest in the Sunhak Peace Prize, promoted at the exhibition booth. The booth featured inspiring videos about the achievements of the Sunhak laureates and highlights of the 2017 award ceremony, and sold commemorative postcards and biographical books of the 2015 and 2017 laureate

[Commemorative Publication] Sakena Yacoobi: The Mother of Refugee Education

The 2017 Sunhak Peace Prize commemorative book ‘Sakena Yacoobi: The Mother of Refugee Education’  has been published. Pick up a copy and learn more about the  Mother of Refugee Education , who dedicated her entire life for Afghan refugees, and proposed a fundamental solution to refugee resettlement. ​                                                                                                                                                   Dr. Sakena Yacoobi, an Afghan national who had studied in the United States, returned home and devoted her life to helping refugees recover their dignity that had been lost in the wars, and helping them reconstruct their nation. Through her work, she has demonstrated that education provides a fundamental solution for not just Afghan refugees, but for refugees all over the world. The Sunhak Peace Prize Committee awards those who have peacefully led humanity towards a common destiny, and selected Italian surgeon D

[Commemorative Publication] Dr. Gino Strada: The Hero who Fought for the Right to Medical Care

The 2017 Sunhak Peace Prize Commemorative Book 'Gino Strada: The Hero who Fought for the Right to Medical Care'    has been published. Pick up a copy and learn more about the  Battlefield Surgeon  who spearheads emergency relief activities in conflict areas around the world. ​                                                                                                                                                   ​  Dr. Gino Strada is an Italian surgeon who, for 28 years, has been providing humanitarian relief to the victims of war and poverty, and refugees around the world. In 1994, he founded the international medical relief organization called EMERGENCY, which now operates more than 60 medical facilities in 17 countries, and has saved more that 8 million lives. The Sunhak Peace Prize Committee awards those who have peacefully led humanity towards a common destiny, and selected Italian surgeon Dr. Gino Strada and Afghan educator Dr. Sakena