Some Remarks With Pictures of Distinguished Leaders:
‘….grass root movements to address the social and economical problems of poverty, hunger, human insecurity, economic inequity, violence, environmental pollution, etc. are essential and strategies need to be evolved to support and strengthen such movements….’ – Dr. Ashish Kr. Banerjee, former Vice Chairman, University of Calcutta.
Other Remarks of Distinguished Thinkers:
‘….I am grateful for the opportunity to have been there and especially to have met others from India, and elsewhere, who share common ideas, ideals, hopes, and endeavours…’ – Dr. John P Clark, USA.
‘….I become more and more aware of the cultural links between India and Europe….’ – Dr. Paul Gochet, University of Liege.
‘….India….as other cultures….must contribute from her very rich spiritual treasure actively and even in an offensive to the world….consciousness of today….’ – Mr. Wilhelm Augustat, Germany.
‘….Common people are with us and we have to work with them….’ – Mr. E P Menon, Bangalore.
Remarks from Some Noted Newspapers:
‘….Only World Govt. can bring World Peace…in a world best by the spectres of nuclear holocast, environmental disaster and violence, the only road to World Peace might be a World Government….’ – Times of India, Kolkata.
‘….A “meet for Peace Thinkers”…was not an unusual but positive’y abounding in the unexpected….’ – IPPNO Newsletter, USA.
‘…A march was organised jointly by G B Memorial Institution and International Society for Intercultural Studies & Research (ISISAR), to inaugurate the World Thinkers’ & Poets’ Peace Meet in the city (Kolkata)…the programme was part of the ISISAR Peace Model for Schools..’ – The Telegraph.
‘…Shilchar also going to Kolkata to attend Poets’ Peace Meet… poetry, essays, music, dance, etc. of creative existence of man may expand non-violent spirit with expansion of the ways for human freedom and peace….’ – Dainik Yugasankha,Shilchar, Assam.
‘…The fundamental object of ISISAR to organize Peace Movement against violence that may create peace awareness in the mind of people….’ – Sakal Bela, Kolkata.
‘…Trends and traditions – Chhou dancers at a rally on World Thinkers’ and Poets’ Peace Meet 2010 in Kolkata on monday…’ – The Stateman, Kolkata.
‘…To spread the message of peace there is the beginning of Basanta Utsav and Gramin Mela in the village Dhelatbamu, Borabajar, Purulia….India is a village centered country. But after independence villages are going to be much poorer day by day….Rabindranath, Mahatma Gandhi, introduced the model of developing village and in the same way, ISISAR is spreading the Peace Messages in Jangalmahal….’ – Dainik Statesman.
‘….More than 25 countries had participated…Papers on World Peace were presented by eminent personalities and peace activists. Besides cultural programmes, a very grand and historical peace march was also conducted. Music, Art & Poetry were given importance in spreading the message of Peace….’ – World Peace Newsletter, Nandanam, Chennai.