Ambassadors of Peace Among Nations

Ambassadors of Peace Among Nations

  • Overview

    Vision / description

    VISION
    Appoint OMDDH Peace Ambassadors for volunteer work in all nations within the vision outlined below:
    Peace Ambassadors are individuals whose lives exemplify the ideal of living for the benefit of others and are dedicated to the promotion of universal moral values, strong family life, interfaith cooperation, international harmony, United Nations renewal, and are responsible for establishing a global culture of peace.Transcending racial, national and religious barriers, Peace Ambassadors contribute to the realization of the hope of all: a unified world of peace, where the spiritual and material dimensions of all realities are harmonized without discrimination of color, race, gender, and religion. The promotion of peace and humanitarian aid is the main goal of the voluntary work of the Peace Ambassadors.
    The Peace Ambassadors are part of a global network of leaders representing the religions, races, and ethnic diversity of the human family, as well as all disciplines of human endeavor. They rise up inspired by a common basis of shared principles and are committed to the task of promoting reconciliation, overcoming barriers, and building peace.

    MISSION OF PEACE AMBASSADORS
    The Peace Ambassadors are leaders from all walks of life dedicated to building a world community of peace through the application of the peace principles of the Federation for Universal Peace.

    WHAT MAKES AN AMBASSADOR OF PEACE?

    A Peace Ambassador acts as a member of national, regional and global Peace Councils, promoting and safeguarding world peace. An Ambassador of Peace acts in the formation and expansion of a strategic alliance of pro-peace partnerships with individuals, educational, religious, political and business institutions, and with the media and governments.

    THE PRINCIPLES OF PEACE
    1. We are a human family created by God, the ultimate reality;
    2. The highest qualities of human beings are spirituality and moral in nature;
    3. The family is the school of love and peace;
    4. Living for the good of others is the way to reconcile the divisions of the human family;
    5. Peace comes through cooperation and across borders of ethnicity, religion, and nationality.

    Project objectives

    Work through various social activities to meet the needs of families victimized by social ills. 
Promote, through the actions of the Ambassadors of Peace of the OMDDH volunteers, the solution of existential conflicts through legal advice, guiding and supporting people on how to solve their problems and conflicts and encourage them to live in peace.

    Beneficiaries

    People living in poverty, victims of social ills, civil wars, natural catastrophes, as well as among other areas that need action and solutions.

    Current progress

    The OMDDH has more than 800 Peace Ambassador volunteers involved in various humanitarian activities, and is developing volunteer and peaceful social assistance projects in several countries: Brazil, Asia, Indonesia, Paraguay, Argentina, Egypt, Lebanon, Cairo , Iraq, Venezuela, Bolivia, Mexico, Italy, Malaysia, Africa, and Turkey.

    Sustainable Development Goals

    2. Zero hunger; 4. Quality education; 10. Reduced inequalities; 16. Peace, justice and strong institutions; 17. Partnerships for the goals

    Partnership types of interest

    Project funding; Provision of services / personnel; Standards and guidelines development

    Regions / countries / territories

    Americas: Argentina; Brazil; Mexico; Paraguay; VenezuelaAsia: India; Indonesia; Malaysia; Nepal; PhilippinesEurope: Spain; Switzerland

    Middle East: 8 countries

    • Egypt
    • Iran
    • Iraq
    • Lebanon
    • Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
    • Qatar
    • Saudi Arabia
    • Tunisia

    Detailed location

    Rio de Janeiro – Brasil
    Additional Representations: São Paulo, Minas Gerais and other states of Brazil…

    Issue areas

    Anti-Corruption; Children's Rights; Education; Human Rights; Peace; Persons with Disabilities; Poverty

    Business sectors

    Utilities

    Partners

    Stakeholders consulted

    Academia; Civil Society groups; Community leaders; Government; Indigenous groups; Minority groups; Women; Youth

    Preferred partner organisation(s)

    Academic; Company; Foundation; Labour Global; NGO Global; NGO Local; Public Sector Organization; Small or Medium-sized Enterprise; UN Entity

    Type of support needed

    Advocacy; Funding; Research; Volunteer

    Collective Action
    • This initiative has a potential for scalability.
    • This initiative is seeking additional partners.
    • This initiative respects all dimensions of sustainable development.
    • This initiative is not submitted with commercial intent.