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Discover something NEW, INNOVATIVE, TIMELY, and RELEVANT.
Get ready to see the impact you want and become a part of it.
United Nation World Peace Association invites you to experience the 2nd UNWPA International Conference, “One Heart For Planet.”
Coming soon this October 9, 10, and 11, 2022. Stay tuned for more details.




“No water, no life. No blue, no green.” – Sylvia Earle,

Without protecting the water and life that makeup 71 percent of the Earth’s surface, we will not be able to create a better, sustainable food system. Additionally, damaging fishing methods and pollution runoff from intensive agriculture are destroying this delicate ecology.



2nd UNWPA International Conference Teaser 2 || UNWPA


“ In a racist society, it is not enough to be non-racist. We must be anti-racist” – Angela Davis

Racism is the practice of giving individuals with different racial backgrounds unequal access to opportunities and outcomes.

Anxiety, sadness, chronic stress, and racial trauma can all be brought on by encountering racial injustice and discrimination. There are, however, strategies to increase your resiliency and safeguard your mental health.


Water Scarcity || UNWPA

“For every drop of water you waste, you must know that somewhere on earth, someone is desperately looking for a drop of water!” – Mehmet Murat

Water scarcity is the lack of available water resources to meet a region’s water usage demands. Toward the end of the century, a rise in the frequency of hot, dry years might influence the water and food supply for hundreds of millions of people in the Upper Nile region.

Let’s save water and save the World!



The 2nd UNWPA International Conference 2022

We are pleased to announce the 2nd UNWPA International Conference 2022!

The conference will be held on October 9 and 10, 2022, at Sapporo Education and Culture Hall in Hokkaido, Japan, with a dinner party at a separate venue on October 11. Please join us for this conference.

Don’t miss this great opportunity to join researchers, innovators, investors, policymakers, and leaders to learn from our distinguished speakers’ invaluable knowledge, ideas, and experiences. Join us for a meaningful conference addressing the most pressing global issues.

One heart, one mind. Experience UNWPA.


UNWPA June – August 2022 Interns

It is a genuinely wonderful day to introduce the new interns of the United Nation World Peace Association (UNWPA) from Panpacific University, Urdaneta City, Philippines!

We are pleased to welcome the new batch of twenty-seven interns who will have the opportunity to showcase their talent, hard work, and dedication to the organization as they contribute to achieving the goals and commitments of UNWPA.

We are excited to have this group of highly dedicated students as part of the United Nation World Peace Association (UNWPA) internship program. Over the following months, our interns will learn from and collaborate with the four teams as they grow their world-building and creative marketing skills in various areas. This initiative supports the #Envision2030 Goal 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth.

Let us unravel their talents and skills and witness how they adapt to the challenges in a real workplace environment!

The United Nation World Peace Association

Panpacific University – Urdaneta City, Philippines




Wherever we are in the world, whatever part we play in our society, we all have one common ground. We depend on agriculture. Our consumption of produce is changing as our biodiversity changes. The environment has always been changing, and ecological and evolutionary restrictions as well as historical environmental circumstances have contributed to contemporary patterns of biodiversity.

We must always remember that our world is under danger as we take pleasure in going on walks in the forests, swimming in clear waterways, and climbing mountains. There is only one place for us to live—one planet—and a lot of our hopes have yet to come true. For the sake of current and future generations, we must consume responsibly.

#ConsumeWithCare #OnePlanet


Steaffe Angeline Adana
Virgel Grace Doverte


Potato Shortages || UNWPA

Transparency greatly reduces “surprises” in the supply chain. Talk, communicate, share, collaborate. -Everythingsupplychain

The global food crisis is growing due to rising inflation, climate change, and even the shock of the war in Ukraine. Today we are experiencing a global potato shortage, and the ongoing COVID-19 crisis was part of the causes why it is happening. As potato is the main ingredient in making french fries, you will notice that fast-food chains are limiting your french fries purchase to regular size as they said they need to manage their inventory.


National University-Manila
Panpacific University-Urdaneta, Pangasinan


International Day Against Drug Misuse and Illicit Trafficking || UNWPA

“Don’t let the past steal your present. Terri Guillemets”

The United Nations’ International Day Against Drug Misuse and Illicit Trafficking is a day dedicated to combating drug abuse and unlawful drug trafficking. Since 1989, it has been observed yearly on June 26. World Drug Day is a day for sharing scientific discoveries, evidence-based data, and life-saving information, as well as continuing to tap into a global spirit of solidarity. UNODC encourages everyone to play their role by rejecting misinformation and unreliable sources and pledging to share only actual science-backed data on drugs in order to save lives.

Let’s continue to advocate and protect the right to health for the most vulnerable people including children and especially the youth. Do our part by sharing true facts about drugs from stating the health risks to giving the solutions on how to tackle and disseminate the information regarding drug problems.

#saynotodrugs #antidrugs #nodrugabuse #sharefactssavelives #drugabuseawareness #sociteyfreeofdrugabuse #drugfreenation #notoillicittrafficking #drugendsalldreams

National University-Manila
Panpacific University-Urdaneta, Pangasinan



“Give blood and make the world a healthier place.”

World Blood Donor Day (WBDD) is celebrated on 14 June yearly. In the memory of Karl Landsteiner, WBDD is commemorated. Donating blood is a noble task. Blood is an essential part of life. For celebrating the life-saving acts of blood donors. World Blood Donor Day is celebrated to salute the life-saving acts of blood donors. Helping others in their worst times is none other than a divine task. There is a need for voluntary blood donation by people for the needy ones. Blood banks are specially established to collect the blood donated by people.

A simple reminder from United Nation World Peace Association (UNWPA)
Donate blood. Save lives.


National University-Manila
Panpacific University-Urdaneta, Pangasinan



Due to deeply embedded homophobic and transphobic attitudes, which are frequently combined with a lack of adequate legal protection against discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity, the LGBTQI community of all ages and from all parts of the world is subjected to blatant violations of their human rights, and this has been going on from generation to generation. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was approved by the United Nations General Assembly on December 10, 1948, and asserts that “all human beings are free and equal in dignity and rights.”

It has been years of fighting for freedom, respect, and equality yet a lot of individuals turn a blind eye on what the community is really fighting for. Pride month rooted more than 50 years ago when a gay bar was raided in Stonewall Inn, Christopher Street, New York City on the pretext of operating without a liquor license. During those years, the city administration wouldn’t allow bars to serve gay people so the community decided to stood up for their rights, this is now known the Stonewall Rebellion. This happened June 28, 1969. That movement started the spark of Pride Month.

Over the years laws were created to protect the LGBTQI community but even with these laws discrimination and homophobic acts still exists. The struggle for the rights and equality of the LGBTQI community can be changed if changes in individuals’ hearts and minds happen. We must stand in the defense of the rights of others, we must do this now. Raise your flag with PRIDE!





“If not now then when, if not me then who?” – Malcolm X

The international community is urged to “leave no one behind” by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). On the other hand, humanitarian crises are now committing millions of people to a life of insecurity and vulnerability. Due to prolonged conflict, failing economies, and extreme climatic events, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) issued a communiqué in December 2019, predicting that 168 million people will require humanitarian assistance in 2020. Nobody could have predicted that these problems would soon be compounded by another issue: the COVID-19 pandemic.

To truly change the world, we must assist people in changing their perspectives. Global improvement is a mental process that does not necessitate large sums of money or a high level of authority. Change must be psychological in nature.

So, if you want to see real change, keep educating people about how similar we all are, rather than how different we are. Strive not only to be the change you want to see in the world but also to help those around you see the world through commonalities of the heart, so they will want to change with you.

This is how humanity will progress and improve. This is how we can make a difference in the world. Humanity’s primary language is the language of the heart.


National University-Manila
Panpacific University-Urdaneta, Pangasinan



“Four wheels move the body, two wheels move the soul” – Anonymous

The day was observed by all the bicycle enthusiasts across the globe with great excitement and fun. The aim of the event mainly focused on devoting particular attention to the bicycle in the current era of automobiles. A bicycle is a much healthier mode of transport than a car. Bicycles have been proven to reduce stress, improve mood, and reduce the risk of heart diseases and diabetes. This health advantage of the bicycle has helped it gain immense popularity even in many developed nations.

No matter where you are in the world you can join to celebrate as it is worth celebrating. It helps to reduce a lot of problems in its small build. It helps pollution for it is a mode of transportation that doesn’t require fossil fuel. It is beneficial for the heart, muscles, and lungs and helpful for overall body workout, and also reduces stress and tension. According to experts, bicycles have tremendous health benefits for anyone despite their age. It hits two birds at the same time by letting you save money and let you have physical exercise!

A simple reminder from United Nation World Peace Association (UNWPA), Save our Planet.
Ride a bike.


National University-Manila
Panpacific University-Urdaneta, Pangasinan



“Nothing can stand in the way of the power of millions of voices calling for change.”
– Barack Obama

A voice provides a platform for your opinions and allows you to gain perspective and knowledge on important issues. No two voices are alike; each voice has something unique to say. In a world where freedom and democracy must be represented, a voice is a powerful symbol.

When we tolerate injustice, the guilty party benefits from our confidence to continue his or her behavior. The situation will not change unless we raise our voices for justice.

We must fight for what we believe in, even if it means going it alone.


National University-Manila
Panpacific University-Urdaneta, Pangasinan



” If we can conquer space, we can conquer childhood hunger.”

These modern times have brought about the scarcity of adequate access to appropriate nutrition and healthcare. This situation has lead society to a stark difference to those who can provide for themselves the minimal requirement for a balance lifestyle.

Malnutrition not only exists in those who are paper thin but also those who have bodies that are overly large. These figures are facts that proper nutrition is not as easily accessible as one imagines.

An Economy should give priority to this situation, as children is our hope to nurture a good development in near future. Wherein, a society that supports malnutrition to stop, will no longer to suffer.
Society should give priority to this tragedy in order to stop this devastation.

As together we fight this circumstances, UNITED NATION WORLD PEACE ASSOCIATION(UNWPA) will help to support this condition in order to provide a good necessity in our country.





“Childhood should be carefree, playing in the sun; not living a nightmare in the darkness of the soul.” – Dave Pelzer

The world is a lovely place to live. It is the greatest gift from God to humanity. As a result, it is our responsibility to safeguard the beauty and integrity of our world. Childhood is a wonderful part of human life and the world. Children are not only the hope for the future, but they are also essential to our current cheerful state. These young minds are the source of progress and innovation in the world today and in the future. Each of us recognizes the worth of children and values their uniqueness. However, some abusers abuse youngsters and take advantage of their gullibility.

The United Nation World Peace Association (UNWPA) aims to give these children the world they deserve. A world where they can be a child and enjoy the process of learning and growing up. We should guide these children on a path where they can grow from their beautiful experiences, and someday they might be the ones to bring hope to the next generation.

The smile of a child now is the hope of the future.

It should not hurt to be a child.


National University – Manila
Panpacific University – Urdaneta, Pangasinan



The Crossroads that determine the Foundation of Society

The functions of Human Rights are broad and far reaching. It defines what we consider the minimum living standard of being human, regardless of nationality, race, gender, or faith.

While it seems to be a simple concept at a glance, it is easily lost in the face of profit, prejudice, customs, political grandstanding, among other things.

Given how fragile the concept of human rights is, it is something that constantly needs to be defended.

It is a well established fact that sovereign institutions that values the Human Rights of its people to achieve a harmonious society.

The journey into building prosperous societies starts by promoting equal rights, safety from oppression, and easy access to education, only then can society start turning itself into becoming more egalitarian, where people are all viewed as equals and recognize no one as being above the other.

This is our message, as members of a non-profit organization UNITED NATION WORLD PEACE ASSOCIATION (UNWPA), we will do what it takes to further reinforce Human Rights in our society.


Riverside College Inc.



“Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.” —Barack Obama, former U.S. President

Poverty forces some people to do things they do not want to do in exchange for money or to pay their debts. They are mostly deprived of having a clear mind to decide because their current, moneyless state is pressuring them. They are forced to do things they do not want to do. As they are scared of losing their lives, they will obey to live. This is an absolute nightmare, and no one should ever feel so helpless.

Personal dignity and freedom are incredibly significant possessions. Both allow people to do and be who they desire. Vulnerable people have been used as puppets throughout history, with others controlling their actions and decisions.

Human trafficking is wrong in any way, by the help of United Nation World Peace Association (UNWPA) we should help eliminate its existence in every way!


National University-Manila
Panpacific University-Urdaneta, Pangasinan



Education is the key to opportunity. It is a ticket out of poverty.
-George H. W. Bush

Education is a life changing, a better opportunity to prosperity and investment that has no interest.

Education can uplift us where poverty cannot track us.

Education is an ingredient that gave savor to achieve the right taste for a peaceful society.

Together as we have one heart to achieve a better world, the end of poverty will come as good education for all will rise!

Together let’s drop the negativity and empower good necessity.
With the help of UNITED NATION WORLD PEACE ASSOCIATION (UNWPA) let us build a better community as we advocate EDUCATION FOR ALL, POVERTY NO MORE!




In celebration of World Day for Safety and Health at work, the United Nation World Peace Association wishes everyone comfort while at work!

Every year, reports of occupational deaths and dangers are recorded, with millions of people affected. After the pandemic spread around the world, it increased the dangers that lurked in the workplace, necessitating a work-at-home arrangement for the time being. It had an impact on every working person in the world, particularly on how they dealt with their surroundings and their mental health. The pandemic alarmed everyone because the possibility of transmitting the virus may occur at any time. After all, we don’t see it and can’t prevent it aside from limiting personal interactions at work.

Let us create awareness about how we can ensure that the importance of workplace safety and health is established and used to protect everyone at work. Everyone must take responsibility for health and safety.


La Consolacion University Philippines



Every year on April 22, Earth Day, also known as International Mother Earth Day, is observed. The primary goal is to raise awareness about the growing concerns about overpopulation, biodiversity loss, and deteriorating environmental quality.

In the vastness of space, our valuable tiny planet is the only place where life can exist. It’s the only option we have right now. And it needs to be saved from the species that claims to become the most intelligent on the planet. Earth Day is more than just a movement; it is a beacon of hope that all is not lost. That we still care about our planet and are willing to go to any length to protect it. There will never be a single person who can do everything. We can make a difference if we work together. We must all work together as a team. Make an effort to act, as this will be a step toward a better and secure tomorrow.


La Consolacion University Philippines



There is only one way to aim one heart and one vision, and that is for every nation to unite. That is why we are delighted to invite you to the UNWPA’s 2nd International Conference in Sapporo, Japan, this 2022. We encourage you to join us in our pursuit for “One Heart, One Vision.”

La Consolacion University Philippines


World Health Day is focusing on how good health throughout life can help older men and women, young, adults, and children lead full and productive lives and be a resource for their families and communities.


La Consolacion University Philippines



Every year on April 4, the International Landmine Day Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action is observed. This day is intended to raise awareness about landmines and make progress toward their abolition.

The goal of this is to raise public awareness about landmines and make progress toward their abolition. The term “mine action” refers to a variety of attempts to clear landmines and explosive remnants of war, as well as to mark and fence off dangerous places. It moreover includes facilitating victims, educating people how to stay safe in mine-affected areas, advocating for universal involvement in international treaties concerning landmines, explosive remnants of war, and their victims, and destroying landmines stockpiled by governments and non-state armed groups.
International Day for Mine Awareness works to save lives, protect citizens, encourage voluntary return of internally displaced people and refugees, facilitate humanitarian and recovery efforts, and advocate for international humanitarian and human rights law.


La Consolacion University Philippines


Mental Health Awareness Day || UNWPA

Learn how to stay calm and ensure that our mental health is in good shape this week since it is Mental Health Awareness Week. We’re concentrating on strengthening our bodies to fight infections, especially since a pandemic has been going on for nearly two years. It’s also possible that our mental health has been harmed as a result of this, and we’re anxious about it.

It’s fine to have gloomy emotions. Sadness, anger, depression, tension, irritation, frustration, fear, and anxiety are all normal reactions. This is what drives us to confront challenges in our daily lives as ordinary people. Learn to breathe, to be calm, to forget about our issues, to exercise our rights, and to share our problems.

It’s fine to bring it up. Make the most of your time by interacting with others. Post stuff on social media and make an effort to spend your free time chatting with friends and family. Spend your money on things that make you joyful, such as food and new clothes. Listen to your favorite music and soothing tunes, watch your favorite movies and take good care of yourself.
Eliminate worry and take a deep breath this Mental Health Awareness Week.


La Consolacion University Philippines


Happy International Day of Happiness, from the United Nation World Peace Association to everyone!
We were unable to have enjoyable times outside our home because of the pandemic. Because of these, we are unable to engage in activities that we desire due to the government’s tight regulations. This year, as we commemorate the International Day of Happiness, we will ensure that happiness is felt by all, leaving not just a smile on our lips but also a pleasure on our hearts.
Happiness is contagious, and it costs nothing to be happy. We are valued individuals capable of happiness not only for ourselves but also for others. Happiness can be found in little and simple acts. We must teach our peers that spreading joy to others is also a fantastic way to create a bright and joyful planet.
Take a deep breath as we take a step toward a great and healthy future. Children are at peace knowing that youth plan small acts of kindness to make others happy. As individuals, it is our responsibility to look for one another, to protect children and young people, to save lives, and to grow into someone who will become a ray of happiness in their hearts.

La Consolacion University Philippines



The United Nation World Peace Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting individuals in need of care, education, and protection in order to create a world free of harm. This is a means of serving others by showing them the kindness we have in our hearts, regardless of the value of the change. It is their right to have someone to rely on, a young person who sees a bright future.
Kindness is what we do. Volunteering is currently defined as offering something we may have that will benefit others. Any act of kindness can bring happiness and contentment to a person’s life. This is a step toward the universal peace that we all deserve.
We are free. We have the flexibility to serve and assist anybody we desire. What matters is that we are committed to serving in a fair and thorough manner. We are free to help without any expectation that our efforts will be reciprocated in kind. Our compassion is uncompensated and cannot be purchased with wealth. We should be aware that such behaviors come at a cost.
Today, we engage on a new future marked by kindness and freedom, leading to a path of peace and harmony in people’s interactions. Be the person who brings about change, the person who sees others as we see ourselves.

La Consolacion University Philippines


The goal of International Women’s Day (IWD) is to promote gender equality in the context of the climate crisis and disaster risk reduction, which is one of the most significant global challenges of the twenty-first century. Going to investigate the opportunities and constraints for empowering women and girls to have a voice and be equal players in climate change and sustainability decision-making is critical for sustainable growth and overall gender equality. Without gender equality nowadays, we will be unable to ensure a better and equal future.

Consider a world in which men and women are treated equally. A world without bias, stereotypes, or discrimination. A diverse, equitable, and inclusive world. A world in which diversity is valued and celebrated. We can achieve women’s equality by working together.

Let us declare “Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow” on International Women’s Day.


La Consolacion University





Zero Discrimination Day | UNWPA

March 1 is a day dedicated to allow people to live freely, equally and with dignity. On this day, we celebrate the Zero Discrimation Day as part of raising awareness for the continued existence of prejudice covered in different means. Despite the progress of the world towards the future, discrinimination still persists to affect people’s daily lives. Everyday people face prejudice in a variety of situations. It can be in the workplace, school, neighborhood, airports, and even in hospitals. The sad reality is that although we are living in a modernized environment, our values and perception still linger in the past wherein inequality and injustice are prominent.

As an action to tackle this global issue, Zero Discrimination Day is celebrated by United Nations and other similar international organization to promote equality, love, acceptance, compassion and connection among people with massive difference. The 1st of March is a day to laugh without doubt of the future, to walk without fear of judgment and to speak with assurance and support. Just like how the world is without corners, let us all be connected by love and respect for every person. Human rights are not a privilege. Your rights are everyone’s right too.


UNWPA Interns
La Consolacion University Philippines

International Mother Language Day | UNWPA

Today is an important day for people all over the world to celebrate and honor their different languages and cultures. Every February 21, International Mother Language Day is celebrated and observed to encourage cultural diversity as well as multilingualism worldwide. This event encourages cultural survival and helps to promote community media and language revitalization projects organized by Native communities to train new generations of fluent speakers. As a matter of fact, if these languages are not passed down to the younger generations of their communities, more than half of the languages spoken today will be extinct within the next century, and at least 43% of the world’s estimated 7000 languages are in danger of extinction.

Languages are a reflection of the history and culture of the people who speak or write the languages, it is committed to preserving cultural and linguistic distinctions as a means of fostering mutual understanding and respect. Moreover, International Mother Language Day aims to raise awareness of the fact that languages and multilingualism can enhance inclusiveness by ensuring that no one is cast out of the verbal exchange.

Remember loving your Mother Tongue gives honor to your country. Make a day of it by celebrating and being proud of our mother tongue.

UNWPA greets you Happy International Mother Language Day!

#InternationalMotherLanguage Day

UNWPA Interns
La Consolacion University Philippines

Valentine’s Day | UNWPA

Happy Valentine’s Day! Today is a day when many of us celebrate love in various ways, including friendship, family, romance, and relationships between people. In life, love is one of the most beautiful feelings we may have. Without love life has no meaning and each day is incomplete without it. Love adds purpose to life and makes it more lovely. When you’re in love, it’s easy to forget about time. Because your heart belongs to someone who fills it up with happiness and excitement and the world becomes more wonderful.

Today as we celebrate Valentine’s Day, UNWPA reminds you to show your love and appreciation for the people in your life, because being loved and giving love is such a wonderful feeling and it’s free❤️.

#Love is in the Air

UNWPA Interns
La Consolacion University Philippines

World Pulses Day | UNWPA

World Pulses Day, celebrated on February 10th, is an internationally recognized event that raises awareness of and emphasizes the importance of pulses and legumes as an universal food source, it also provides an opportunity to increase awareness of the nutritional benefits of pulses, as well as their contribution to sustainable food systems and a world free from hunger.

Pulses, commonly known as legumes, are the edible seeds produced by leguminous plants that are cultivated for human consumption or for animal feed. Despite the fact that pulses are low in fat and high in soluble fiber, they have been shown to decrease cholesterol levels and aid in blood sugar regulation.

Moreover, pulses contribute significantly to the accomplishment of the Agenda in Sustainable Development Goals set in the 2030.

Be with us in celebrating World Pulses Day!


UNWPA Interns
La Consolacion University Philippines


The International Day of Human Fraternity is recognized on the 4th of February every year. It is committed to encouraging unity among nations and the healing of prejudice while also embracing variety via awareness initiatives. This event brings an opportunity to honor humanity’s gift and our shared humanity across borders, oceans, and continents. We must work together to protect the environment and create a society that is diverse in terms of colors, forms, and faiths. Let us learn to listen to one another and strive to understand and accept one another, even though we come from diverse religious and cultural backgrounds. It is also a day for placing the common good above individual or national security by engaging in communication and mutual understanding with others. Nowadays, we can easily access the internet, allowing us to connect with people from all over the world and gain new insights and new connections.

With the recognition of mutual respect and the variety of faiths and beliefs, we can put an end to disputes and promote the well-being of every human being on this planet via dialogue and cooperation. It is essential that we spread the ideas of fraternity and tolerance amongst one another to have a better future. A challenging year has brought us all together to show that fraternity is the way to a brighter future for our children and grandchildren.

We must instill in everyone the importance of resolving their differences through dialogue rather than violence. UNWPA encourages everyone to reflect on the importance of global fraternity so that we can all live in peace and harmony.


UNWPA Interns
La Consolacion University Philippines


International Day of Education | UNWPA

In recognition of the significance of education in bringing about global peace and sustainable development, the United Nations General Assembly declared January 24 as the International Day of Education.

During this year’s International Day of Education, the most essential changes that must be nourished in order to achieve everyone’s fundamental right to education and build a more sustainable, inclusive, and peaceful future will be highlighted. It will stoke debates on how to make education a public good, how to lead the digital transformation, how to help teachers, how to protect the environment, and how to unleash everyone’s potential to contribute to our common home and collective well-being.

Education is important to creating long-term development success. Education is a human right!


UNWPA Interns
La Consolacion University Philippines


Martin Luther King Day | UNWPA

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is observed on January 17 by the UNWPA. Martin Luther King, Jr. is considered to be one of the most important figures in the struggle against racism since he campaigned for the rights of African Americans and promoted equality in the workplace. Many people’s perspectives on individuals were changed as a result of his work, even those who based their beliefs on a person’s ethnicity or religion. Given the fact that the changes he has brought about are still felt today, many people see him as a hero and an inspiration.

The United Nations World Peace Association (UNWPA) urges individuals to cease discriminating against others based on their skin color and religion. Change begins with one person and is experienced when it is shared out with everyone else. As Martin Luther King Jr. once said “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.”

This year, As we celebrate the feast day of one of the most well-known activist who stands against racial discrimination between the black and white in the US, UNWPA encourages all to continue to fight against racism to build a more peaceful society.


UNWPA Interns
La Consolacion University Philippines


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Blanket Distribution of UNWPA Bangladesh on Megnatv.


International Thank You Day | UNWPA

Every year on January 11th, International Thank You Day encourages individuals all over the world to express gratitude and thanks to those around them.

We give thanks to everyone who helped us over the previous day and months. Feel free to say “Thank You” to a coworker, friend, family member, or even a stranger who has done something that deserves appreciation. And heartfelt thanks to the Front liners who risk their lives to help people in need now pandemic. If you say these truly and from the bottom of your heart, they have a warming and calming impact.

UNWPA would like to convey its thankfulness, especially to the front liners. Your dedication and perseverance have been a source of great inspiration to us during these difficult times. Remember how much we appreciate you!

Let us continue to be considerate and nice! Happy International Thank You Day!


UNWPA Interns
La Consolacion University Philippines

UNWPA January – March 2022 Interns

What a great way to start the new year! In the year 2022, the United Nations World Peace Association (UNWPA) is pleased to welcome a new group of interns from La Consolacion University Philippines in Malolos City, Bulacan. Brand new faces and set of skills, are they up to the challenges of our organization? Let us find out!

In this year’s internship program, participants will get two months of training in event management and planning, and also social media marketing.

This on-going virtual training program is designed to support #Envision2030 Goal 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth.

We wish every one of our trainees the best of luck!


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Unwpa 2nd International Conference 2022


International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women

Every year on November 25, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women is commemorated to raise awareness of women’s basic human rights and gender equality, as well as to prevent and respond to violence against women.

According to a United Nations research, one out of every three women will be subjected to physical or sexual violence from a spouse or non-partner at some point throughout their lives. A considerable increase in incidents of women’s susceptibility to violence was seen during the coronavirus lockdowns, according to the research. Regardless, violence against women has increased dramatically in areas prone to conflict, war, and natural catastrophes.

According to a new UN Women study based on data from 13 countries, two out of every three women have experienced some sort of abuse, most notably food poverty, since the epidemic began. According to the United Nations, 137 women are slain or murdered every day by family members. Only one out of every ten women sought police assistance, which is an extremely small percentage. As a result, every country must put forth more effort to ensure that women of all sorts live free of abuse and force.


UNWPA Interns
La Consolacion University Philippines

World Children’s Day

Since its inception in 1954, November 20 has been observed as World Children’s Day. It is celebrated every year to promote international unity, awareness among children around the world, and improvements in children’s welfare. This World Children’s Day, it’s more important than ever that the world listens to their ideas and demands. Children and young people are raising their voices on the issues that matter to their generation and calling for adults to create a better future. Let us reimagine a better world and future for every child.


UNWPA Interns
La Consolacion University Philippines

International Tolerance Day

Intolerance takes many forms, including injustice, prejudice, and violence. International Tolerance Day is an important opportunity for individuals to reduce hate and discrimination in their communities. Tolerance, on a local, national, and international level, is a sign of human and state peace and success. To promote tolerance and nonviolence, states should legislate for equality and basic human rights. This is not only a moral obligation of civilized people and societies, but it is also a need for a calm and amicable atmosphere.

This day’s goal is to build a calm and orderly community in which each individual is accountable for his or her own well-being. Education is an important tool for setting the foundation for these desired objectives, and tolerance is an excellent instrument for bringing people of many religions and cultures together in peace and harmony since it fosters societal acceptance not just in terms of rituals and traditions, but also in the spiritual hierarchy of all religions.


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La Consolacion University Philippines

International Week of Science and Peace

The yearly commemoration of the International Week of Science and Peace contributes significantly to the development of peace. The Week promotes increased academic exchanges on a topic of universal interest while also raising public awareness of the nexus between science and peace. Based on previous Science and Peace Week celebrations, it is likely that participation will increase each year, adding to better worldwide understanding and opportunities for collaboration in the use of science for the promotion of peace throughout the year.


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World Cities Day

The month of Urban October will end, as always, this year with worldwide celebrations of World Cities Day on 31 October. The topic for World Cities Day 2021 is Adapting Cities for Climate Resilience, reflecting the reality that climate change will have a significant impact on city populations, with hundreds of millions of people facing floods, rising sea levels, storms, and growing periods of intense heat.

On World Cities Day, cities and towns all around the world are urged to organize events to raise awareness about sustainable urbanization. Due to a lack of finance, expertise, knowledge, or action plans, many urban centers have failed to invest in city resilience, jeopardizing attempts to alleviate poverty and fulfill the Sustainable Development Goals.

World Cities Day seeks to increase worldwide interest in global urbanization, advance international collaboration in meeting possibilities and tackling issues associated with urbanization, and contribute to global sustainable urban development.


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Global Media and Information Literacy Week

This October is the 10th annual global commemoration of Global Media and Information Literacy Week which cites the need for the dissemination of factual, timely, targeted, clear, accessible, multilingual and science-based information. Media and Information has become more accessible today and the way we create and consume information has changed significantly in recent years. That is why Media and Information Literacy is designed to combat challenges such as breeding of hate speech, disinformation, fake news and privacy violations and also enable us to better benefit from positive opportunities of media and information. Let us all be reminded that being literate in media and information is essential to have a wider wisdom and understanding towards everything in this world. In this way, we can avoid harm, violence and misunderstandings. “By becoming media and information literate citizens, we are empowered to make the right choices (UNESCO)”


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La Consolacion University Philippines

International Day for the Eradication of Poverty

Poverty is one of world’s most depressing issue.
As we acknowledge the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, we acknowledge the plight of poor people and will be continually call for a collaborative effort in mitigating its effects.

This is not just an issue of not having enough, but of denial of one’s basic rights. We live in a world where some get to enjoy their privileges and even afford the luxuries in life. But for some living in extreme poverty, even the basic needs are luxury — they were forced to make choices between education, food, health, and shelter.

Holistically, poverty is a fight for justice and equality. We shouldn’t be living in this world at the expense of others.

No one deserves to get stuck being poor.
International Day of Eradicating Poverty aims to highlight the world’s commitment in this campaign as we progress towards a better tomorrow.


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La Consolacion University Philippines

World Teacher’s Month

Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is a heinous crime committed that is silently happening around the world. Millions of people being exploited and being forced to work against their will. It is rarely shown in media, that being so, not many people are aware that it is still one of the current issues everywhere.

Those victims may have or do not have a family to come back to, but it is important to save each of their lives from the suffering they are living through the entire time.

#StopHumanTrafficking #StayInformedAndEducated #UNWPA

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Reopen Shools | No One Left Behind | UNWPA

COVID-19 pandemic did limit everyone’s movement to contain the spread of the disease which means schools and children are also affected by the sudden changes. We’ve witnessed how this immediate change has caused drawbacks amongst these young kids. It is indeed our job to take the initiative to control the pandemic and end it together as one, for we don’t want to rob our youth for their tomorrows.

When children learn, nobody can take it from them. However, if we don’t make a move, we are taking our young hope’s chance to learn. Let’s support them by turning every wall into doors.


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La Consolacion University Philippines

End Malnutrition | Zero Hunger

Hunger and malnutrition, aggravated by the COVID-19 pandemic, caused devastating consequences, especially to children. It caused impacts such as low birth rate, birth defects, obesity, underweight, and physical and mental problems.

We can’t have any real growth without a healthy population and no sustainable development will be achieved if we don’t tackle these issues related to malnutrition and disease. Henceforth, no hope for freedom, human dignity, and success unless we prioritize people’s health like it’s a basic human right.


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La Consolacion University Philippines

International Equal Pay Day

International Equal Pay Day embodies all women who face inequality in salary. It is the time to walk away from gender bias and traditional beliefs that a workplace only belongs to men. This inequality is worth fixing and takes intentional action for.

Let this day be a reminder for us that creating a workplace where both genders thrive is affiliated with success.


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La Consolacion University Philippines

Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)

Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) agenda has a strong resolve to strengthen universal peace in a larger freedom through connecting people and planet. Taking courageous steps to free the world from poverty and heal our planet from the damages it’s been through. These goals and targets will be observed in areas that need attention the most for humanity and the planet.

For the People, Planet, Prosperity, Peace and Partnership. No one deserves to be left behind.

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La Consolacion University Philippines


COVID – 19: Effect on Poverty

The COVID-19 pandemic brought unfortunate consequences as the economic growth declined. Indigent people lost their jobs which greatly affects in contributing poverty in every nation. The status quo for the rest of the world was devastating and immediate, making their lives in jeopardy and instability.

In the face of COVID-19, we must do what is necessary to protect everyone especially the poor while mitigating the fallout of the disease. In these times, closer cooperation is needed more than ever.

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La Consolacion University Philippines

United Nation World Peace Association is a non-profit organization, also involved in fundraising, volunteering, counseling and business matching.
Aiming to encourage people to help protect vulnerable children and women against abuse, neglect and exploitation. Believing that we should be living in a free world where every child has bright future ahead and has a fair start in life. Every person deserves to use their rights as a human and live their life free from danger, fear and hunger.

Saving for a child today is a wonderful gift for their future. #UNWPA

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La Consolacion University Philippines

COVID 19- Effects on Children.

As the COVID-19 pandemic goes on, vulnerable children will be more prone to harmful environments. The quality of their childhood and education will also be affected by these drastic changes that the world is experiencing. These are well-known risk factors that young ones might face in their home.

The risks mentioned can only be mitigated through international solidarity for our children and humanity. Working together cannot only help us to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, but it can also help to nurture the children’s health. Consequently, we are protecting the world’s future.


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Climate Change

Earth is continuously fighting over the harm of every human action. Climate change keeps on prevailing that it harms precious lives of different individuals from the world. Different catastrophe like forest fire, tsunamis, earthquakes, super typhoons, volcanic eruption and etc., occur furiously due to global warming.

But this climate change and global warming are due to humans’ irresponsible actions. Businesses that don’t consider the environmental risks, different establishments that gradually emit harmful chemicals that destroy oceans and pollute the air. And you, who do not throw your own garbage in the bin, which is the reason for the flood and other pollution.

What is happening isn’t simple, this is causing hunger, drought, illness and different sickness to other people. This is not an individual effort but a community effort to survive it, let’s join our hands in saving our only home.

For every action there’s a certain reaction.
#CareForOurHome #SaveOurPlanet

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International Day of Remembrance of and Tribute to the Victims of Terrorism.

Victims of terrorism still struggle even after the terrorist attacks, suffering from trauma in terms of physically, mentally, and financially.

Victims should not be forgotten as they have lost a lot including their loved ones and for them to cope up with it, we need to help and support them to gain their strength to stand again with a smile on their faces.

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La Consolacion University Philippines




World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.


Food Distribution Program.

#Unwpa #UnwpaBangladesh

To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan, but also believe.


Let’s all pray together for myanmar.
The Day the power of Love over rules the love of power, the world will know peace.
#Peace #UNWPA

Don’t lose hope on whatever is happening in our world



Vision is Everything



Feeding Program Unwpa Bangladesh



It took over nearly 5 Acre of land along with construction at South 24 Paragana District of West Bengal India. This called Ramkrishna Shanti Dham, this is the shelter for indigent people. We are going to construct a multi storied building to help the homeless people. Also we are operating a medical unit with a doctors. Apart from worship we are providing food and also clothes to the indigent. We are looking for co operation from every person. Please do help this initiative for UNWPA also. This is the first project of our UNWPA Ambassador India.


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Very affectionate playful 4 year old child Zayed, home in Gazipur. Still doesn’t know that he is infected with blood cancer. Long 6 months since 9 March 2020, various hospitals have been given chemotherapy in the 2rd stage till now. He will have to give a few more chemotherapy on different stages ahead. Me and my fellow fighter ‘ Naveen Anan have been working since 2 August. May this innocent child be a bright star for the future generation of the country after being healed.

-Ambassador Md Firoz Alam Sumon

Eid Program (Unwpa Bangladesh)

PEACE EVENT (Unwpa Myanmar Dr. Ven Sobhita)