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First step to resolve conflict is to accept one’s mistake, says Iralu
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Published on 28 Jun. 2011 1:17 AM IST
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Neiketou Irlau, Trustee, Initiatives of Change, India; quoting Edmund Burke said ‘Mankind learns at the feet of examples’.
Irlau said this while exhorting members of Peace Channel and other members at the consultative meeting on People’s Forum for Peace held at Hotel Japfu, Kohima.
Stressing on the need to forget differences and coming together, Irlau said the first step towards resolving a conflict was to accept one’s shortcoming or mistake before dwelling on that of the other.
The meeting organized by Peace Channel with an aim to garner the support and seek the guidance of leading personalities from various walks of life; was chaired by Victor Yhome, Coordinator, Peace Channel, Kohima.
Addressing the gathering, Rev. Fr. C.P. Anto, Director, Peace Channel; said People’s Forum for Peace under the movement was visualized as a strategy to blend the wisdom and experience of the elders with the speed and creativity of the youth in accelerating the peace building process.
He further explained the framework under which the forum functioned and expectations from its members.
People’s Forum for Peace is an inclusive approach of the movement to bring peace loving people together from various walks of life as the think tank for taking constructive action towards peace building.
The PFP consist of bureaucrats, civil society leaders, educationists, social workers, religious leaders and business men who would stand for peace and harmony in the society.
The discussion began with a presentation on Peace Channel and its activities Kishor Dass, PRO Peace Channel.
Later, Victor Yhome was appointed as the convener and Nieketou Iralu and Rev. Fr. Mathew Thuniampral as advisors and Elu Ndang, Ningusalie Khruomo, Meribeni, Ngullie and Rita as co-conveners of People’s Forum for Peace in Kohima.
The programme was attended by twenty two people from various walks of life.

 
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