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INTRODUCTION

The Perdana Global Peace Forum 2005, organized by the Perdana Leadership Foundation on December 15 -17 2005 at the Putra World Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, intended to provide an international platform for the discussion of current world problems and through comprehensive discourse, provide ideas to make our world a better and safer place. The Forum brought together a diverse and select group of current and former heads of state, business leaders, prominent academics, community leaders, other stakeholders and key NGO representatives to collectively brainstorm on a practical way towards achieving global peace.

 

FORUM DECLARATIONS

The Kuala Lumpur Global Peace Forum of concerned peoples from all five continents

UNITED

in the belief that peace is essential condition for the survival and well being of the human race

DETERMINED

to promote peace and save succeeding generations from the scourge of war

OUTRAGED

over the frequent resort to war in the settlement of disputes between nations

DISTURBED

that militarists are preparing for more wars

TROUBLED

that use of armed force increases insecurity for all

TERRIFIED

that the possession of nuclear weapons and the imminent risk of nuclear was will lead to the annihilation of life on earth

OUR PROJECTS

At PGPF, we initiate and operate a multitude of projects across the world to help communities rebuild their lives after events such as war and natural calamities. Please help us to help them.

Here are some of our projects that need your urgent contributions

ROHINGYA FUND

The plight of the Rohingya is well documented as hundreds of thousands seek refuge in foreign countries.

CRIMINALISE WAR FUND

PGPF Criminalise War Fund Initiative calls for International Community to be together with PGPF to support efforts to energise peace and criminalise war.

ENAYA PHYSIOTHERAPY & REHABILITATION CENTER

PGPF with local partners in Gaza are in the midst of constructing a building to facilitate modern rehabilitation and physiotherapy needs.

SOMALIA ARTESIAN WELL PROJECT

Between July 2011 and mid-2012, drought affected Somalia caused a severe food crisis.

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