The warmth and hospitality of the Argentines were widely expressed during Sunday evening, November 16, in which lawyers, academics, journalists, writers and peace activists from America and Europe enjoyed a spectacular evening, as the preamble of the Second International Judicial Forum "New Proposals for the Prevention and Punishment of Genocide", organized by the Global Embassy of Activists for Peace in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Among pleasant conversations, encounters and formal presentations, this welcoming dinner took place at a renowned restaurant in Buenos Aires, honoring the presence of those who generously, with their time and knowledge, are willing to share their knowledge, opinions and experiences, but especially civic and altruistic willingness to participate in the project "Justice for Peace".
The Global Peace Ambassador Dr. William Soto Santiago, from Puerto Rico and Dr. Camilo Montoya Reyes of Colombia, Project Development Council Director of the Global Embassy of Activists for Peace, offered a few words to all those present, acknowledging the presence of such distinguished individuals and predicting successful days within this event. Dr. Luis Ernesto Vargas, President of the Constitutional Court of Colombia, on behalf of all the speakers, judges and academics, also expressed his appreciation to Dr. William Soto, for this commendable initiative for the peace of the people, to exalt freedom and universal justice, and invited everyone to promote these activities with these words: "May the audience grow, grow, grow even more," taken from the poem "El sueño de las escalinatas" by Jorge Zalamea Borda.
Franco Fiumara, Judge of the Oral Criminal Court and Law Professor at the University of La Matanza, acted as the host, representing every Argentinian, and delivered awards on behalf of this university and a certificate of special recognition to Dr. Soto, as a demonstration of respect for the work performed by the manager and visionary of the projects of the Global Embassy of Activists for Peace.
The social evening closed with a wonderful artistic presentation between tangos, milongas and boleros, interpreted by excellent Argentinian singers and dancers, who also expressed their gratitude towards the work done by the activists. The music united hands of different nationalities, cultures and thoughts, which found a common bond: Justice and Peace of the world's peoples.