“THE CULTURE OF PEACE: A CREDIBLE PATHWAY TO SUSTAINING PEACE”

Selected Quotes:
“Peace must be made Real and tangible in daily existence of daily individual in need.”
“Rougly 100 magnats have large major of wealth and exacerbates malnutrition and extreme poverty.”
“According to calculation 4.408 billion people are direct victim of inequalities and exclusion around world.”
“It is estimated that in the next 10 years, 10 trillion dollars will be invested in the weapon.”
“Recent sources mention the possibility of there even being 15000 nuclear weapons principally controlled by major global power.”
“Peace us an imperative for the survival of the Mankind. It represent the deepest aspiration of men and women through the world”.
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THE RIGHT TO PEACE: WOMEN AND YOUTH THROUGH CULTURE

First Ladies High-Level Forum
at the #UNGA 73rd Session
INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE –
SDG#16 | 21 SEPTEMBER 2018

 

I was privileged being a keynote speaker at the First Ladies High-Level Forum in correlation with the #UNGA73 First Ladies High-Level Forum along with the celebration of the International Day of Peace in New York City on Friday, September 21, 2018.
The presented title of my speech is: “WE HAVE A PROBLEM… AND, THE SOLUTION…”

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“EN BÜYÜK MOTİVASYON KAYNAĞIM ATATÜRK”

Bilim insanı Canan Dağdeviren BM’de konuştu:
EN BÜYÜK MOTİVASYON KAYNAĞIM ATATÜRK
 Yazan: Naci KAPTAN
Harvard Genç Akademi Üyeliği’ne seçilen ilk Türk Dr. Canan Dağdeviren, 11 Şubat Uluslararası Bilimde Kadın ve Kız Çocukları Günü’nde Birleşmiş Milletler’de (BM) bir konuşma yaptı. Dağdeviren konuşmasında, En büyük motivasyon kaynağım Atatürk dedi.
11 Şubat Uluslararası Bilimde Kadın ve Kız Çocukları Günü dolayısıyla BM Ekonomik ve Sosyal Konsey salonunda düzenlenen ‘Barış ve Kalkınma için Bilimde Eşitlik ve Denklik’ temalı iki gün süren toplantılar düzenlendi. [Read more…]

WOMEN AT THE PEACE TABLE ~ WOMEN AS PEACEMAKERS

by Rene WADLOW*
Seeing with eyes that are gender aware, women tend to make connections between the oppression that is the ostensible cause of conflict (ethnic or national oppression) in the light of another cross-cutting one: that of gender regime. Feminist work tends to represent war as a continuum of violence from the bedroom to the battlefield, traversing our bodies and our sense of self. We glimpse this more readily because as women we have seen that ‘the home’ itself is not the haven it is cracked up to be. Why, if it is a refuge, do so many women have to escape it to ‘refuges’? And we recognize, with Virginia Woolf, that ‘the public and private worlds are inseparably connected: that the tyrannies and servilities of one are the tyrannies and servilities of the other.’  (Cynthia Cockburn, Negotiating Gender and National Identities)

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