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Mission Statement

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For the promotion of lasting peace, development, security, and human rights must go and in hand. There can be no security without development and no development without security. Neither can be sustained in the longer term without being rooted in the rule of law and respect for human rights. Working for the maintenance of durable peace and security through holistic disarmament. Strengthening the Nuclear non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and reducing military spending. Finding non-violent ways of resolving armed conflicts through dialogue and global education.

Respect for ethics, human rights and fundamental freedoms by observing accountable, transparent, democratic principles and the rule of law.

Reforming and strengthening United Nations and its organs by adhering to international law and multilateral treaties. Promoting democracy and good governance.

To address the challenges of environment, globalisation, poverty, and sustainable development by implementing the Millennium Development Goals by 2015, and other initiatives.

Uniting for Peace is set up to promote Peace, Security and Disarmament, United Nations Human Rights, International Law, Development and Poverty Reduction. Its approach to solving global threats and challenges is a holistic one.

We advocate that hard and soft challenges facing the world today have to be dealt with the same urgency.

It will be futile to be only spending most of our resources and time to fight terrorism and the proliferation of nuclear weapons and Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD), if 30,000 children per day are dying of poverty and malnourishment whilst 7,000 people die daily of HIV aids.

We advocate that hard and soft challenges facing the world today have to be dealt with the same urgency.

It will be futile to be only spending most of our resources and time to fight terrorism and the proliferation of nuclear weapons and Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD), if 30,000 children per day are dying of poverty and malnourishment whilst 7,000 people die daily of HIV aids.

Uniting for Peace advocates governments and the international community to have a holistic approach to solve the problems of poverty reduction, sustainable development, environmental protection and end to pandemic diseases to go hand in hand, along with a vigorous drive to combat terrorism and WMDs.

Non-violent means, education and a culture of peace should be used to stop human rights abuses, promote democracy, ethics, freedom, solidarity, rule of law as enshrined in the UN Charter.

Uniting for Peace works with others for the principle goal of advancing peace in the world. It recognises that central to this goal, the scourge of war and armed conflict must be tackled. Furthermore, it recognises the interdependence of the world and thus attaining peace requires building bridges and promoting dialogue and peace education.

Moreover economic growth, poverty reduction lifting the trade and other barriers, sustainable development, the respect for human rights and democratic institutions all play a role in the ultimate goal of lasting peace.

For the promotion of lasting peace, development, security, and human rights must go hand in hand. There can be no security without development and no development without security. Neither can be sustained in the longer term without being rooted in the rule of law and respect for human rights.

Working for the maintenance of durable peace and security through holistic disarmament. Strengthening the Nuclear non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and reducing military spending. Finding non-violent ways of resolving armed conflicts through dialogue and global education.

Respect for ethics, human rights and fundamental freedoms by observing accountable, transparent, democratic principles and the rule of law.  Reforming and strengthening United Nations and its organs by adhering to international law and multilateral treaties. Promoting democracy and good governance.

To address the challenges of environment, globalisation, poverty, and sustainable development by implementing the Millennium Development Goals by 2015, and other initiatives.

For the promotion of lasting peace, development, security, and human rights must go and in hand. There can be no security without development and no development without security. Neither can be sustained in the longer term without being rooted in the rule of law and respect for human rights. Working for the maintenance of durable peace and security through holistic disarmament. Strengthening the Nuclear non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and reducing military spending. Finding non-violent ways of resolving armed conflicts through dialogue and global education.

Respect for ethics, human rights and fundamental freedoms by observing accountable, transparent, democratic principles and the rule of law.

Reforming and strengthening United Nations and its organs by adhering to international law and multilateral treaties. Promoting democracy and good governance.

To address the challenges of environment, globalisation, poverty, and sustainable development by implementing the Millennium Development Goals by 2015, and other initiatives.

Uniting for Peace is set up to promote Peace, Security and Disarmament, United Nations Human Rights, International Law, Development and Poverty Reduction. Its approach to solving global threats and challenges is a holistic one.

We advocate that hard and soft challenges facing the world today have to be dealt with the same urgency.

It will be futile to be only spending most of our resources and time to fight terrorism and the proliferation of nuclear weapons and Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD), if 30,000 children per day are dying of poverty and malnourishment whilst 7,000 people die daily of HIV aids.

We advocate that hard and soft challenges facing the world today have to be dealt with the same urgency.

It will be futile to be only spending most of our resources and time to fight terrorism and the proliferation of nuclear weapons and Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD), if 30,000 children per day are dying of poverty and malnourishment whilst 7,000 people die daily of HIV aids.

Uniting for Peace advocates governments and the international community to have a holistic approach to solve the problems of poverty reduction, sustainable development, environmental protection and end to pandemic diseases to go hand in hand, along with a vigorous drive to combat terrorism and WMDs.

Non-violent means, education and a culture of peace should be used to stop human rights abuses, promote democracy, ethics, freedom, solidarity, rule of law as enshrined in the UN Charter.

Uniting for Peace works with others for the principle goal of advancing peace in the world. It recognises that central to this goal, the scourge of war and armed conflict must be tackled. Furthermore, it recognises the interdependence of the world and thus attaining peace requires building bridges and promoting dialogue and peace education.

Moreover economic growth, poverty reduction lifting the trade and other barriers, sustainable development, the respect for human rights and democratic institutions all play a role in the ultimate goal of lasting peace.

For the promotion of lasting peace, development, security, and human rights must go hand in hand. There can be no security without development and no development without security. Neither can be sustained in the longer term without being rooted in the rule of law and respect for human rights.

Working for the maintenance of durable peace and security through holistic disarmament. Strengthening the Nuclear non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and reducing military spending. Finding non-violent ways of resolving armed conflicts through dialogue and global education.

Respect for ethics, human rights and fundamental freedoms by observing accountable, transparent, democratic principles and the rule of law.  Reforming and strengthening United Nations and its organs by adhering to international law and multilateral treaties. Promoting democracy and good governance.

To address the challenges of environment, globalisation, poverty, and sustainable development by implementing the Millennium Development Goals by 2015, and other initiatives.