This week, we bring the second part of how the way we look at peace has changed. Read on:

The dialogue went on to say, there are two critical issues to consider on the way we look at peace, One school of thought is of the opinion that this is a process and the other is of the opinion that it is the substance.


This week, we commence our series on the commemoration of the International Peace Day commemorated every year on 21 September. This year, we have outlined a number of activities to coincide with the day to include an international video conference with other young people in the USA, Peace talk with young Liberians, religious leaders & traditional leaders and government at the University of Liberia auditorium and a peace prayer vigil at the Slip- way community as well as ringing the peace bell.


All protocols observed, acknowledgement/recognition, I bring you warm greetings from volunteers, staff and board of directors, Messengers of Peace- Liberia Inc (MOP). Thank you to the graduating class and St. Teresa Convent Catholic School family for this invitation to speak on our contribution to peace as women of the future. I am greatly honored, humbled and greatly privileged to be asked to speak with you on this very important happy occasion.


It was an emotional scene at the closing of the first ever peace summer camp in Liberia last week. The tears started to flow from my little sister-Georgia Welleh Myers. Others followed and it was difficult to me to control my watery eyes.

The campers did not want the camp to close but all good things must come to an end. The Camp managers, volunteers and sponsors are consoled in the fact that our campers have made good use of their time and have learnt to avoid the triggers of conflicts in the society.


Liberian Observer

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