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Global peace participation
Education and support for peace organisations

Studies show the peace-building power of creativity Pathways for Peace:
Inclusive Approaches to Preventing Violent Conflict:
This joint study by the World Bank and the United Nations examines how creative and inclusive approaches can help prevent violent conflict. The report emphasises that creative solutions such as cultural initiatives, art projects and dialogue processes are crucial to promoting sustainable peace. Creative approaches create space for understanding and co-operation, which in turn helps to reduce tensions and conflicts ( World Bank ) ( Pathways for Peace ).

UNESCO and World Bank: Framework for Action for Creative Cities: This initiative shows how creative cities can promote not only economic prosperity but also social cohesion and peace through cultural activities and creative industries. By involving the community in creative processes, understanding and tolerance between different groups is strengthened, which contributes to a more peaceful coexistence

Harvard Divinity School: Shared Learning, Creativity, and Collaboration in Peace
This initiative explores how creative activities such as music, dance, and storytelling can be used in peace processes. The Sustainable Peace Café events show that creative practices can foster understanding and collaboration between different communities, leading to a more stable and peaceful society ( Harvard Divinity School (HDS) .

These studies and programmes illustrate that creativity is not only a means of individual expression, but also a powerful tool for promoting peace and social cohesion. Creative approaches enable people to work together across cultural and social divides and find common solutions to complex problems. Peace at

The evolutionary-biological, medical, physical and art-historical research documents:
Liedtke’s holistic work innovations, which established his name in art history and in the media as a
successor to Leonardo da Vinci, Hegel, Einstein or Beuys in one person, are a novelty in history. The
neuronal transfer of knowledge that Liedtke has been demonstrating in his work since the 1970s has
been confirmed by the research findings of Eric Kandel, winner of the 2000 Nobel Prize for Medicine. In
1992, the research group led by Giacomo Rizzolatti documented Liedtke’s knowledge transfer process
in empirical studies using the newly discovered mirror neurons in the brain. The studies confirm his
work and state that when insights and knowledge are seen or thought about, they are transferred neurally to the cogniser. If we add epigenetics to this, as Liedtke did in his work from the 1980s onwards, unknown, revolutionary mechanisms of action become visible. These concern biological evolution, genes, DNA, cells, humans, the media, politics and society as well as social sculpture and are recognisably expressed in their interplay of information in various information directions of groups in society. His revolutionary exhibition: New Renaissance i = E = MC2 in museums and the establishment of Globalpeace Campus centres offers, for the first time in history, a global path to a positive and ethical
future for all people.

Participation in the Spirithall
The bundled presentation of peace viewpoints and concepts at the centre of the Globalpece Campus
Through the Spirithall, the public becomes aware of the various peace-building concepts of the organisations through their information stands in the Spirithall and can learn about and support their goals. The organisation, foundation or religion can make new contacts for peace work. The Spirithall and the organisations presenting themselves and their goals are financed and supported by donations from visitors to the Globalpeace Campus. An app for peace work and the presentation of the peace-promoting effects of creativity in over 100 languages opens up new opportunities for organisations to achieve global peace and presents their websites with their goals to a public interested in art, innovation, peace and the implementation of human rights.
Over 1000,000 visitors are expected to visit the Spirithall every year.

In the Spirithall, the four best global peace-building initiatives from the fields of religion, international understanding, politics and human rights will be honoured with the Peace Campus Award as part of a peace festival and presented to the international press. The jury consists of religious representatives, politicians and CEOs of human rights organisations who use a blockchain app to democratically elect the winners.

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Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, India, Middle East, North America, Oceania, South-America, Southern Europe

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