3 Peace Proposals Promoted Human and Mother Earth RightsGlobal Embassy of Activists for Peace

3 Peace Proposals Promoted Human and Mother Earth Rights


With the participation of 1,000 students, the last 3 peace proposals were implemented, scheduled from August 13 to 17, at the José Dolores Moscote Institute, located in the Lefevre Park Corregimiento, District of Panama.

The proposals are executed as part of the "Educating to Remember" Program, carried out by the Global Embassy of Activists for Peace (GEAP), which proposes to teach the history of the Holocaust and other genocides, based on human rights education, ethical, moral, and spiritual values to students and teachers.

The student Ayelen Rivera devised the elaboration of a mural that was placed next to the Fine Arts room, with the phrase: "Peace is in our hands", where each student placed his mark with a message of peace.

It was attended by the assistant director Amabelis Gonzales, who emphasized to the students that each proposal for peace must transcend and prevail through their daily life actions.

Proposals in environmental and educational matters

The second proposal was made by the student Madelen Sanjur, of 11th grade. Her initiative consisted of buying, with the collaboration of classmates, 3 garbage tanks that were placed in the courtyard of the institute, to collaborate in the collection of recyclable waste.

To close the proposals, student David Espinoza, of 11th grade of high school (afternoon shift), worked on the third and last proposal that consisted in the collection of books of different subjects to be donated to the library of the educational establishment.

As a result of the initiative, they delivered more than 25 books that will be useful for 6th, 7th and 8th grade students.

The institute assumed the commitment to give continuity to each of the proposals that were executed, documented and delivered to the director of the educational center as a sign that each student had the opportunity to work for the peace of the human family in harmony with Mother Earth.


access_time Monday, August 27, 2018