Taiwan’s government initiated the process of preparing reports on the rights protected by the two Covenants, and in 2013, an independent Review Committee with experts from nine different countries was invited to review these reports.
Could the harmony reigning among Tai Ji Men dizi be the reason bureaucrats persecute it? The answer may lie in a literary myth.
The Tai Ji Men case proves that Taiwan has not implemented yet the human rights covenants it introduced into its domestic law, a written statement says.
The modern study of disasters confirms that even in natural catastrophes the corrupted bureaucrats’ lack of conscience play a destructive role.
“Environment,” as Pope Francis explained in “Laudato Si’,” also includes social institutions, whose technocratic corruption may damage the whole “ecosystem.”
On the eve of United Nations World Environment Day, an international webinar focused on how a “good environment” also requires non-corrupt institutions.
It is time for the movement’s contribution to world peace to be recognized and, at the same time, for justice to be restored.
The Tai Ji Men Bell of World Peace and Love has been rang by dignitaries of all religions, but it also has a meaning rooted in a millenarian Chinese tradition.
Scholars from different countries and Tai Ji Men dizi celebrated the United Nations International Day of Living Together in Peace through a webinar.