I lived and worked in many so called developing countries. There I realised that peace is the most important factor for development. And development hopefully leads to equality as in a fair distribution of the plenties of the earth. No need for fighting over it than any more...If i can help in reaching this goal a little bit I would be happy....and it would further peace...
Why I want peace:
Because it will help fight injustice and poverty. In times of peace mankind has reached higher levels of existence, became wiser. Its in the nature of mankind to cooperate-not fight!
Interests and activities:
Meeting people, discussing peace, discovering optimistic, enthusiastic people all over the world who believe in co-operation...and non-violence
I am the founder and the organizer of : Iartexpo art as a bridge for peace, International art expo and exhibit, a non profit organization, to help Israelis and Palestinians artists, to exhibit together to dialogue together.. Here in Israel. and (hope) in Ramallah
Frankfurt is a fascinating city, I have been there. I like where the name comes from "Ford of the Franks." When the Rhine River froze over, the Franks crossed from there down to present-day France. If that never happened, maybe Charlemagna would have never become the First Holy Roman Emperor.
Peacebuilding in Nepal is a unique opportunity to study. Principles of 5 Rs(Reconciliation, Rehabilitation, Reconstruction, Reintegration and Restructuring) are keys to Nepalese peacebuilding. I hope this must be a good study area for you. Thus, why not design the visit to Nepal to this context. DO you feel comfort on the theme?