The current attacks by Israel on the civilians of Gaza violate several human rights laws and the delay in humanitarian aid is only worsening the situation on the ground.
The International Day of Sport for Development and Peace provides a chance to commemorate the good impact that sport and physical exercise play in communities and people’s lives across the world. The theme of The International Day of Sport for Development and Peace 2022 is “Securing a Sustainable and Peaceful Future for All: The Contribution of Sport”. The aim of 6th April 2022 is raise awareness on how sports can be used as a tool to advance sustainable development and human rights.
Cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development for Peace (CD4Peace) has been an active advocate for sustainable development, cultural diversity, and peacebuilding. We have closely followed the human rights situation in Afghanistan since the Taliban returned to power in 2021. Recently, we are deeply concerned about Afghan women’s rights to education as a result of the Taliban breaking its promises of reopening the schools for females beyond 6th grade (around 12~13 years old).
As an organization dedicated to the promotion of peacebuilding, sustainable development and cultural diversity, Cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development for Peace (CD4Peace) stresses the importance of inclusive peace talks as tools to peaceful conflict resolutions. However, we are concerned by the lack of gender representation in the latest peace negotiations between Ukraine and Russia.
The International Women’s Day (IWD) was a result of spirited social movements across the world in the last century. Women bravely demonstrated on the streets regarding labor rights, voting privileges, and overall gender equality. Many countries started celebrating IWD on March 8th in the early 1900s. However, United Nations adopted IWD in 1975, which madeContinue Reading International Women’s Day – March 8 2022
Even in light of a grave humanitarian crisis, racism still persists. Since the year 2018, Cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development for Peace (CD4Peace) has been actively advocating for sustainable development, cultural diversity, and peacebuilding. The last few days have witnessed one of the gravest humanitarian crises since the beginning of 2022. More than a millionContinue Reading Statement Condemning Discrimination of all forms in the ongoing Ukrainian War (March 2022)
World Wildlife Day is a remarkable chance to commemorate the many gorgeous and assorted forms of wild fauna and flora and to raise awareness of the range of benefits that their conservation provides to us and our future generations. The theme of World Wildlife Day 2022 will be “Recovering Key Species for Ecosystem Restoration” inContinue Reading World Wildlife Day 2022
As an organization that strongly promotes and protects cultural diversity and sustainable development as pillars to build peace, CD4Peace believes in the importance of non-violent and peaceful approaches to conflict resolution. We are saddened by the situation occurring in Ukraine and we are concerned for the massive humanitarian, economic, political, and environmental consequences that itContinue Reading CD4Peace’s statement on Ukraine
Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on 21st of September. The UN General Assembly has declared this as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, through observing 24 hours of non-violence and cease-fire. All the peoples of our planet have a sacred right to peace. Humans haveContinue Reading CD4Peace’s statement on the International Day of Peace
Cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development for Peace (CD4Peace), Recalling the UNGA resolution 75/25 following-up the Declaration and Programme of Action on a Culture of Peace, which should serve as the basis of any understanding and reflection upon a given conflict situation, Deeply appreciative of the UNESCO’s urge for Afghan cultural protection outlining how any damageContinue Reading CD4Peace’s Statement on the Situation in Afghanistan