WIC – weapons industry case
Model letter to UNICEF
Mr Anthony Lake, Executive Director
Dear Mr Lake,
I support the proposal made by Danellandia, international project for peace and humanity, and I request Unicef to start a case against the weapons industry at the UN International Court of Justice in The Hague.
Why Unicef? Unicef is the representative of all children on this planet. These children want a better world for themselves, for their families and their friends.
A world with no or less weapons would make for such a better world. Educating people not to use weapons would largely contribute to peace.
The weapons industry is very powerful and a large employer. But the resources spent on weapons and the destruction of life and material should be used to invest in constructive activities like education, Nature care, development aid, social welfare… Workers in the weapons industry could be retrained for positive jobs. The satisfaction gained from these jobs is much higher than from jobs helping to destruct lives and Nature.
Below is a basic statement of the case against the weapons industry.
May I ask you to start this case soon? I thank you very much together with all the children of the world. Let us build a world intended for children or WIC.
WIC – world intended for children
Danellandia was created on 28 March, 2004.
It is based on discussions about this world and its many problems with people from different backgrounds, countries, religions and age.
Danellandia defined 25 human values as the basis for its campaign to make this world a better and more just place in many fields of human activities: politics, economics, the media, personal relationships, education, nature care…
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This world needs people and leaders that prioritize human values instead of money and power. People and leaders that unite instead of create tensions, divisions and conflicts.
Strong human values are a passport to a sustainable future.
The world of Peace is indeed possible!