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    IFLAC sends its warm Tribute to the people of Norway

    In the aftermath of the recent terrible tragedy in Norway, we are joining hands in loving support of our dear friends and colleagues in Norway.
    Norway’s tradition of peace and “equality in dignity” is central to the peace work of IFLAC.
    We hope our efforts at IFLAC: The International Forum for the Literature and Culture of Peace, as a global forum that condemns violence and creates Bridges of peace and understanding, will be a fitting tribute to the courage and leadership of the people of Norway, who share our dedication to create a world beyond terror, violence and war.
    The IFLAC Committee

    2 Comments on “IFLAC sends its warm Tribute to the people of Norway”

    1. Ada Aharoni says:

      As the Iflac Director of the “International Peace Train”, I am very sad to hear about the tragedy in Norway. Our important work in creating Peace Trains, in which children draw their conception and vision of peace – contributes to creating a world beyond war and terror’ a world at peace. Jeremy Seligson


      • Ada Aharoni says:

        Thank you very much Prof. Jeremy Seligson and Ellie Seligson (daughter), for so effectively organizing our IFLAC PEACE TRAIN. You have succeeded to plant in the hearts and minds of more three than three children who attended your so effective workshops, seeds of peace, that will germinate throughout their lives.
        Special warm thanks are due to writer and poet Fawaz Hussein, the Director of IFLAC in Horfeish and the Galilee, who helped to organize Peace Trains workshops at the Summer camps in Horfeish and in Ness Amim Village. Thank you very much too Amin Kassem, Director of IFLAC in the Druze village of Isfiya, for so warmly hosting Jeremy and Ellie, and thanks are also due to Lilian and Jack Cohen for helping to organize six workshops for Jeremy, at the Leo Baeck School, including a workshop for Ethiopian children. The children were delighted to draw their vision of peace in their families, with their friends and in their communities, and the school wants to invite Jeremy and Ellie again next year. Jeremy and Eliie are gofing back to Korea at the end of the week, after two most productive PEACE TRAIN Travels across Northern Israel.
        Prof. Ada Aharoni, IFLAC Founding President,


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