For the traditional Rwandan dance, “Intore”, that plays to welcome the warriors who have won the war, has a special musical instrument called “Ingoma” to inspire dancers and engage the audiences. This September, “Ingoma” will be played to promote peace and harmony in Kigali, Rwanda.
Marking the 5th Anniversary of the WARP Summit, the event is hosted by an international peace NGO called Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light(HWPL) and its affiliated organization, International Peace Youth Group(IPYG) in cooperation with Friends Peace House organization.
IPYG has been working for the support for the legally binding international norm for a sustainable peace based on the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War(DPCW).
One of the members of the IPYG, Mr. Jean Bosco Nshimiyimana who is a president of Simple Servants said, “IPYG Rwanda is now hosting a special day with youth groups for peace. The 5th Anniversary of the WARP Summit will be a good activity to make people realize the role of youths to build a peaceful world. Youths have to sing for the implementation of DPCW for a cessation of wars in all societies “.
According to the HWPL staff, ‘2019 HWPL World Peace Summit: 5th Anniversary of the WARP Summit’ will be hosted over 150 locations in 110 countries including South Korea, France, Australia, Russia, India, Zambia, and the United States of America in cooperation between an international peace NGO and international actors – civil society organizations and governments.