On 15 October, the International Women’s Peace Group (IWPG) and 5 News Australia established a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) to work together in a cooperative relationship for the realization of world peace and human prosperity through sharing responsibilities. The agreement was signed by the IWPG Australian Branch Manager Ms. Lydia Im and Hanif Bismi for 5 News Australia in a large gathering of peace ambassadors and media personalities at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS).
This was part of the main event at UTS which was the screening of the documentary ‘The Great Legacy of Peace. The documentary showcases the peace that was established in Mindanao, Philippines by Chairman Lee after decades of conflicts in the region. Sustainable peace was established by the collaborative work of Heavenly Culture World Peace Restoration of Light (HWPL) and IWPG.
The objectives of the MOA are to promote peace in Australia and in the region through dialogue and understanding through media partners and other initiatives between 5 News Australia and IWPG. Hanif Bismi in an interview highlighted that 5 News will continue to give a voice for women and other peace lovers to achieve a sustainable peace through working collectively and cooperatively.
Mr. Mamdouh Sukkarieh of the World Observer Media was present at the function along with IWPG executives such as Jane He, Cindy, Raymond, and Adrienne.