Culture for Peace.. NOT.. Culture of Peace"

Peace has no culture, however, Culture can serve Peace.
Peace, like war, is a social invention.  It has been notes the now and then precarious balance between humans' need for bonding and autonomy. Finding the right balance in a
world full of complecations and devastation is difficult, particularly that technology shields humans from one another and even from themselves. Globalization weakened local
community, economic and social capacity, and family systems which are all racked by violence.  The biosphere is losing its capacity to regenerate itself and feed the growing
population of humans.. How can peace grow and flourish, bring us better futures, under such conditions?  

It seems that in spite of the visibility of violence and war, many people are able to see the devise practices and strategies that will render war obsolete. If we want the world to be one
planetary zone of peace, full of adventure and the excitement of dealing with diversity without violence, humans can make it so, if they accept each others differences.

    This is The Culture for Peace

Culture for Peace International aims to introduce different cultures to different societies with a hope to create a kind of knowledge, appreciation, and respect of each others cultures
and civilization.   In working with a wide range of partners, RASIT aims to preserve, promote, and advance world culture.  

The Culture for Peace program is a set of values, attitudes, traditions and modes of behaviour of dialogue and understanding at all levels of society and among nations and ways of
life based on: Respect for life, cultural diversity, everyone to freedom of expression opinion and information, tolerance, and cooperation.

The program is integrally associated with:

-  Promoting mutual respect and understanding and international cooperation;
-  Enabling people at all levels to develop skills of dialogue, negotiation, consensus building and peaceful resolution of differences;
-  Eliminate all forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance;
-  Advancing understanding, tolerance and solidarity among all civilizations, peoples and cultures, including towards ethnic, religious and linguistic minorities;

A key role in the promotion of Culture for Peace belongs to journalists, artists, teachers, intellectuals, those engaged in scientific, philosophical and creative activities, health and
humanitarian workers, social workers, and parents. Media educative and informative role is of great importance to the promotion of Culture for Peace.

Effective implementation of this Program of Action requires mobilization of resources, including financial resources, by interested governments, organizations and individuals.
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