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World Peace: The Guide to Reconcile the Children of Abraham

George Michael Payne

Pages: 124
ISBN: 978-145751-642-9
List Price: 18.00
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Available: March 2013
Edition: Perfectbound

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World Peace is told from the perspective of a mediator, and begins with the idea that since we, as a species, have completed the directive of God to populate the planet, the time has come for our next phase of evolution. World Peace promotes the idea that being a good neighbor alone will not work to resolve conflict, but rather developing interdependent relationships between the three religions of Judaism, Islam, and Christianity, is the way. By accomplishing this goal we will gain new problem-solving tools which can be used to lay the foundation for survival of humankind on this planet for the next 1000 years, thus it promotes future sustainability. World Peace is not just based on theory, but utilizes a realistic and practical framework using mediation and organizational development tools to facilitate change.

George Michael Payne has a Masters of Nonprofit Administration (MNA) with a specialization in Organizational Development from the University of San Francisco (USF), a certificate in International Human Rights Law from the l’Institute International des Droits de l’Homme (IIDH), Strasbourg, France, and has worked with nonprofits that are associated with peace, nonviolence, and social change. He is also a trained mediator and an executive coach.

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