Following Sr Niluka in Geneva.

“Excellencies, Ladies and gentlemen who work for human rights to peace I welcome this opportunity to address the civil society preparing for the Advisory Committee and give full support to the Draft Declaration on the Right to Peace. As a Sri Lankan whose country is the aftermath of civil war, I affirm the necessity of the right to Peace as a foundation of all human rights. As a member of an international NGO, doing direct service for women and girls, I affirm that this issue pertains not only to my own country but to far too many nations, far too many suffering people have been stripped of human dignity and rights due to conditions of war.” ( Excerpt of Niluka’s statement) Read more on the following link or on our Justice Peace website page:

2 comments on “Following Sr Niluka in Geneva.

  1. Marta Lopez says:

    I love it so much, Thanks

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