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Dear, share the publication in Portuguese that has made me and Justice Latinoamerica for peace, I will translate into English, a respectful greeting and thanks for space forever.

http://univem.edu.br/noticias/index.php?id=3946
 In English

"The Congress of Peace, to be held 19-22 May in UNIVEM, will be a great opportunity to encourage discussion about the need to have the long awaited peace in humanity. The dream is born reality, as, for example, walk for Peace which will be made in the Emerald Avenue, which will take place on day 22/5 - Sunday - 9am. http://pitagoras2.univem.edu.br/gwsites/default.asp?site=paz). ">(Http://pitagoras2.univem.edu.br/gwsites/default.asp?site=paz).

The human being, since its inception, is a witness and protagonist struggles to gain and retain power, whether by land, for resources, for social or other interests. It is the victim and perpetrator of violent acts that violate their rights and undermine their human condition.

In this promotion times and protection of human rights, through treaties, international organizations and NGOs, it is necessary to rethink the concept of "PEACE" and how it is incorporated into society, as violence manifests itself in different ways, plus the digital media misused and struggles for control of the instruments of power and wealth. Unfortunately, there is more illegal than legal underworlds; and the best way to ensure a state of coexistence between humans is prevention, and the promotion of values ​​in society.

We are all valuable, each of us can contribute a grain of sand in favor of the common good, working in all sectors without discrimination, to understand that we form, along with other members of different groups, the global village, now called community international, specifically the knowledge society.

I therefore believe that this Latin American Congress of Peace, which will take place in Marilia, Sao Paulo from 19 to 22 May 2016, will promote these important and historic values ​​of society, adapting them to the present time. Also bestow to future generations tools to understand and value the freedom, tolerance, justice and peace deal between all individuals allow real social interaction and the development of life with guarantee of Civil Rights.

I congratulate all the organizers, exhibitors and distinguished group of E-Justicia Latinoamérica granting me the courtesy to participate in promoting this event for the common future of all those who still believe in peace, hope and keep the faith in a world where "all men are joined" as they say verses from the Ninth Symphony of Ludwig van Beethoven."
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