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Thousands of Volunteers United for a Global Peace Event

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Volunteer Teams of Airport Guide, Drivers, Interpreters, Media, Medical, Security and Installation Dedicated to the Safe and Successful International Event

Washington, D.C, District of Columbia Sep 23, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – A grand-scale peace event was held in South Korea from September 18th to 20th with stable operations that earned participants satisfaction. Themed “Implementation of Multidimensional Strategies for Institutional Peace,” this world peace event was hosted by 2,000 volunteers from Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL) and welcomed over 800 global leaders from 121 countries representing diverse sectors including politics, education, youth, women, media, and religion.

At the heart of this grand occasion was the dedicated Airport Team, who worked tirelessly to ensure the smooth arrival and departure of participants from all over the world. Their responsibilities included issuing visas, ticketing, guaranteeing the safety of participants, and even handling unforeseen flight disruptions. In their unwavering commitment to safety and order, they left nothing unfinished, ensuring a seamless airport experience for all.

The skilled drivers from the group of volunteers in the HWPL Convoy Team undertook meticulous vehicle inspections to transport the participants with comfort and safety. Their professionalism and dedication left a lasting impression on visitors. The total distance driven by volunteer drivers during the event was approximately 800,000 km, equalling 20 times the circumference of the globe.

Volunteer interpreters also played a vital role in facilitating communication during summit sessions. Their commitment to seamless communication ensured a meaningful experience for all involved. “All of the 800 guests participating in over 30 sessions require interpretation. All materials have to be translated into over 20 languages. Not only private organizations, but also most national forums do not operate on such a large scale. Our HWPL interpretation and translation volunteers are carrying out this entire process,” said a volunteer interpreter.

The broadcast media team, consisting of 208 volunteers, worked to capture and convey the essence of the summit for a global audience. “I believe that our videos serve as a powerful tool for spreading a culture of peace, making this event accessible to people around the world in various languages,” said a volunteer.

The medical department prepared a wide range of emergency medicine and treatments to serve participants at this event. All of the medical department volunteers are active doctors, oriental medicine doctors, or nurses, and served at this event with the heart to contribute to peace. The team leader of the Medical Department explained; “Because it is an event held by a private organization, many people do not know whether a medical team is prepared.” At the same time, he added that guest room visits for medical checks were also conducted as requested.

All staff in the Security Department, which is responsible for the safety of personnel, are not professional security guards but volunteers made up of able-bodied men and women who have gathered for peace. In relation to this, the Deputy General Manager of the Security Department, said, “For the event, about 400 Security Department members received continuous education and training starting in March with actual simulations.”

The installation team was responsible for the critical infrastructure necessary to make the event a success. They handled electrical setups, stage installations, and maintenance throughout the event, ensuring a seamless experience for attendees.

“All of these volunteers, driven by their passion for peace, are working tirelessly to support the peace summit, and their unwavering commitment is truly remarkable. We as HWPL would like to appreciate their dedication and hope that the government will support this peace movement,” said a HWPL official.

HWPL, a South Korea-based international peace NGO affiliated with the UN ECOSOC and the UN DGC, has carried out global peace movements for world peace and cessation of war since its foundation in 2013. South Korea recently suffered from the 2023 World Scout Jamboree with global participants with poor management and an apology from the government.

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