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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

August 2020
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Speeches

Current political leaders must find solutions and make the right decisions, overcoming the remnants of past concepts of nationalism. People want peace and tranquility in order to live a normal life. So politics must address the problems in a fair and acceptable way.”

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“In my viewpoint, Balkan stability and cooperation can be improved and fostered by addressing and investing in some key factors.”

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“Looking at the history of any nation, there has always been a big transformation whenever the young people would stand up and make a change through their activities and movements.”

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“Direction of WCLC Activities From 2020–2027 From the Perspective of Christian Mission”

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Final remarks at the World Clergy Leadership Conference General Assembly

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"An interreligious council should emphasize service which promotes reconciliation among religions, nations, races, ethnic groups, rich and poor, north and south."

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“The main challenge and role of religious communities worldwide today is to accept, respect, unite, and work together. No religion should see another religion as a rival.”

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“There is no doubt in my mind that, no matter how many fences we put up, no matter how many fortresses we build, we are each interdependent on the other.”

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“[T]he challenge of these days is the multilateral order is eroding, and at the same time, global challenges are mounting. Overcoming this contradiction is the number one task of global politics in our days.”

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“Clergy have three important directions: the first is our personal faith, the second is our community and the third is the outside world.”

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“In Palau our children’s inheritance was always the healthy land and ocean that we as parents and grandparents would leave behind for them. Money did not come into the equation. We always considered the health and survival of those that would follow us as our guiding principle. This is something that we still do today and it’s the reason why Palau leads the world in so many ways through conservation laws and initiatives. We are not thinking selfishly of what we want now; we are planning for the health of future generations.”

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“The more women are seen in positions of power and decision making, the more positive, holistic and based on empathy these decisions will be.”

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