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Young Nobel Peace Society
We promise toadvocate the importance of changing the way that history is taught,learned, and understood by youth around the world. The importance of conceptualizing history through peace rather than war is a factor that could serve to eradicate the perpetual legacies of disaster currently engrained in so many education systems.
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Dear Nobel Laureates,
The following outlines the pledge that we hope you consider as we continue to seek
peace in a nuclear free world.
We represent the voice of the youth. Those who are with us today and those who are
not. Those who have a free voice in this world and those who are silenced by their
government. Those who are educated on the impact of nuclear weapons and those
who are not. We are the future of this world and we are dedicated to the protection
of all forms of life.
1). As the youth, we promise to take heed to His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s
advice in educating future generations not only about the devastation caused
in Hiroshima, but about the possible and realistic effects of future uses of
nuclear weapons. We will do this by banning together to relentlessly speak to
our peers and younger youth about the tremendous damages that nuclear
weapons cause and continue to be active in advocating for the abolition of
2). We promise to advocate the importance of changing the way that history is
taught, learned, and understood by youth around the world. The importance
of conceptualizing history through peace rather than war is a factor that
could serve to eradicate the perpetual legacies of disaster currently
engrained in so many education systems.
3). We pledge to create a movement by mobilizing international celebrities and
role models to provide a platform to begin to change the framework of how
history is learned and conceptualized by the youth. We plan to utilize the
past and future recipients of The Peace Summit Award. This advocacy will be
used to inform the world’s youth about how to responsibly and peacefully
look to the past in order to fully understand how to pave the way for a more
peaceful and sustainable future.
4). We intend to advocate for the implementation of international Global
Citizenship programs that can serve to broaden the perception of citizenship
to go beyond national levels and into recognizing our global citizenship to
create a new definition of humanity.
5). We call upon Nobel Laureates to break down barriers between their own
organizations and create a more interconnected movement. Open the doors
of your respective organizations in order for other organizations to step
through and begin a joint effort. With this, a loud enough call for peace will
be heard and that will be the factor that may be able to change civil society.
6). We also call upon the Nobel Laureates to interact more closely with the youth
and offer their guidance in order to make the efforts of the youth more
feasible and attainable. It is with your help and your expertise, that the youth
movement calling for the abolition of nuclear weapons can become a realistic
plight to significantly alter the future of humanity.It is our hope that you take seriously this message. This is our call for the
abolition of nuclear weapons. Time is of the essence and now is the time for