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In consonance with Anuvibha’s avowed objective of popularizing ahimsa globally, the most significant project it undertook was to organize a series of international conferences of different aspects of peace and nonviolent action. Dr. S.L. Gandhi, the Secretary General of Anuvibha was entrusted with this responsibility. Three successful conferences have been organized so far. Anuvibha organizes seminars and symposiums on various issues relating to peace and nonviolence from time to time in honour of the visiting overseas delegations and also separately as regular features.
 

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The First International Conference on Peace and Nonviolent Action, ICPNA, was organized at Ladnun in December 1988. The theme of the conference was ‘unifying forces of peace and nonviolence’. The Ladnun Declaration issued by the delegates at the concluding session has been hailed as a practical action plan for the eradication of violence from the face of this beautiful planet. The international Centre of Anuvibha based at Jaipur has succeeded in having it endorsed by a large number of organizations and individuals from India and abroad.

 
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The Second International Conference on Peace and Nonviolent Action (II ICPNA) was organized in association with fourteen internationally acclaimed organizations in February 1992 at its newly built PEACE PALACE at Rajsamand near Udaipur (Rajasthan). It was attended by a large number of delegates hailing from 25 countries, despite the Gulf War raging at that time. Its theme was ‘evolving a viable system to train and orient people in nonviolence’. The II ICPNA issued a declaration called the Rajasthan Declaration on Training in Nonviolence. ANUVIBHA is trying its best to follow up the recommendations contained in it. It organized a youth camp at Rajsamand to impart training in nonviolence to hundreds of youths. It now aims to launch a worldwide campaign to train and orient the young and old in nonviolent actions in cooperation with the organizations having similar aims and objectives.

 
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The Third International Conference on Peace and Nonviolent Action (III ICPNA) was held at Ladnun-a country town situated at a distance of 213 kilometers from Jaipur – under the auspices of Late His Holiness Acharya Tulsi and his present successor His Holiness Acharya Mahapragya – the two nationally revered Jain saints of India are widely known for their dedicated life of active nonviolence for over sixty years. Saint Tulsi was in the forefront of national and international campaigns for the regeneration of moral and spiritual values till he breathed his last on 23rd June, 1997. The theme of the conference was ‘Living in Harmony with Nature: Survival into the Third Millennium.’ The main objectives of the III ICPNA were to evolve a global action plan for the protection of the planet and its inhabitants, to deepen our understanding of the issued connected with human survival and nature, to highlight the importance of a simple lifestyle rooted in ahimsa and spirituality, to formulate strategies to change the conditions that tempt human beings to be at war with nature and to familiarize the delegates with the three dimensional programme of human regeneration, viz. Anuvrat, Preksha Meditation and Jivan Vigyan (Science of Living) put forward by H.H. Acharya Tulsi and H.H. Acharya Mahapragya. It was attended by more than 140 Indian and overseas delegates. Joseph Verner Reed, UN Under-Secretary General, was the distinguished guest. The concluding session was presided over by Dr. Francisco Barahona, Rector. UN University for Peace, Costa Rica. He also released the most important declaration called the 1995 Ladnun Declaration for a Nonviolent World and Ecological Harmony Through Spiritual Transformation.

 

 
 
 

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