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HWPL Sydney Ends the Year with a Cheer

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Sydney 14 December 2019 – In the Regent’s Park Community Center, HWPL in collarboration with IWPG and IPYG Sydney hosted its end of year Christmas and celebration party for 2019 . Many of HWPL’s close partners such as representatives from T and R Accountants who sponsored the event venue, Love Peace and Harmony,Afghan Peace Foundation, Iraqi Renaissance, Iraqi TV, The World Observer Media, the Indian Subcontinent Times, Councillors, Peace Educators, Peace Ambassadors, peace volunteers, Religious leaders and all those who participate in HWPL’s WARP Office and many others, gathered together to reflect on the year gone by and consider the year to come in peace and peace works.

Starting with an opening address from HWPL Australia’s Executive Director, and an iconic carol performance by the International Peace Youth Group, the event had a strong emphasis on appreciating all those who worked with together with HWPL including WARP office participants Dr Daniel Zeitoune, Mr Murikesh Maru and Sheikh Ahmed Khalil.

Also they took time to appreciate those who worked in the media such as Mr Ashok Kumar, and Dr Mamdouh Sukkarieh and also Dr Ayesha Saeed who was recognized for being the first to successfully complete the International Women’s Peace Group (IWPG) Peace Lecturer training course in Australia. But a large part of the event was focused on the signing of the Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) between the IWPG and The World Observer Media. Represented by Mrs. Lydia Im and Dr Mamdouh Sukkarieh, the signing was completed in a great spirit of friendship, and ended with a thankful word from Dr. Sukkarieh.

Ending with a cake cutting by HWPL, IWPG and IPYG key representatives, HWPL, IWPG and IPYG signs off for 2019, and look forward to doing more in the future for achieving peace through the Declaration of Peace and the Cessation of War in Australia and around the world.

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