Dear members of the Presidium of the World Forum of Spiritual Culture! International Association "Peace through Culture" invites you to the online conference "Spiritual harmony - the basis of peace", dedicated to the Day of Spiritual Accord and the 10th anniversary of the World Forum of Spiritual Culture.

15.10.2020


The main goal is to unite and rally all sitizens of Kazakhstan around common values and promote interethnic and interfaith harmony.

16.10.2019

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Principles of Inner and Outer Peace Spiritual Accord – The Basis of Peace Conference Honoring the 10th Anniversary of the Forum of Spiritual Culture Nur Sultan , Kazakhstan October 18, 2020

The world is greatly marching ahead in the 21st Century, but the conflicts between nations are growing. Humanity has been living under the shadow of a nuclear holocaust. Therefore we need peace today. The minds of international leaders must be peaceful. We have two kinds of ways in front of us to achieve world peace. One is the materialistic development, and the other is adopting a peaceful ancient culture.

Dear members of the Presidium of the World Forum of Spiritual Culture! International Association "Peace through Culture" invites you to the online conference "Spiritual harmony - the basis of peace", dedicated to the Day of Spiritual Accord and the 10th anniversary of the World Forum of Spiritual Culture.

Please consider the Draft Resolution of the International Conference, dedicated to the tenth anniversary of the World Forum of Spiritual Culture, which will be held on October 18, 2020, in Nur-Sultan city. Any comments and suggestions are welcome.

While demands for social justice take to the streets in America and the most impoverished nations prepare for the storms of climate change and the tsunami of COVID-19 and the onslaught of famine, while social programs, health care needs, and social services in the world’s richest nation beg for funds to simply keep up, here are some relevant facts:

NUR-SULTAN – The Kazakh anti-nuclear protest song “Zaman-ai” has been inspiring activists for decades. Most recently, it was recorded and released by Japanese singer Michida Ryoko in Japanese and English last year.