Peace can be sustained through institutions
The world needs an international law that guarantees world peace and the cessation of war.
So IWPG works to establish laws and institutions that bring the order of peace to the world.
Since the beginning of humanity, war has taken away countless lives, destroyed homes, and threatened the well-being of mankind. In this everlasting chain of war, peace was a long-desired wish of mankind.
A sustainable institution of peace is required to achieve world peace, solve the fundamental cause of war, and prevent it from happening again. However, existing international laws allow arms production and even tolerate war to a certain extent.
That is why HWPL, a peace cooperative organization of IWPG, proposed the answer to peace, which is the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW).
This declaration was drafted through numerous discussions and research conducted by the International Law Peace Committee, a group of international law experts from 17 countries established in 2015. On March 14, 3:14 PM, 2016, it was proclaimed in Seoul, Korea.