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Beyond Agreements and Laws - Doing World Peace with International Bridges to Justice
Beyond Agreements and Laws - Doing World Peace with International Bridges to Justice
Is world peace an optimist’s dream? Something shouted at war protest by people who don’t understand the way the world works? Or is it something much more realistic? If you want to take action that’s beyond just talking about it – this is for you. As broadcast on KKFI Kansas City Radio, Shawna Foster, US Coordinator for International Bridges to Justice, shows how stopping torture implements world peace. And how easy it is for you or your congregation to be a part of it. She builds off of Rev. Karen Tse’s startling revelation that 98% of torture is preventable. It can be eradicated quickly, if we in the West seize on the opportunity to help other countries figure out their own methods for implementing human rights, rather than just talking about it or making another new law. We can free youth wrongfully imprisoned and make it so that no child is born in jail, enforcing due process. Learn how it’s done by listening below, or visiting ibjuu.org. [soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/129414146" params="color=ff6600&auto_play=false&show_artwork=true" width="100%" height="166" iframe="true" /]

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