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To day is International Day of Peace, Je Tanzania kuna amani?

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Siasa' started by Giloba, Sep 21, 2012.

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    Giloba Member

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    [h=2]Towards the ideals of peace[/h]Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on 21 September. The General Assembly has declared this as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples.
    [h=3]Sustainable Peace...[/h]This year, world leaders, together with civil society, local authorities and the private sector, met in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development to renew political commitment to long term sustainable development.
    It is in the context of the Rio+20 Conference that “Sustainable Peace for a Sustainable Future” is the theme chosen for this year's observance of the International day of Peace.
    There can be no sustainable future without a sustainable peace. Sustainable peace must be built on sustainable development.
    [h=3]...From Sustainable Development...[/h]The root causes of many conflicts are directly related to or fuelled by valuable natural resources, such as diamonds, gold, oil, timber or water. Addressing the ownership, control and management of natural resources is crucial to maintaining security and restoring the economy in post-conflict countries.
    Good natural resource management can play a central role in building sustainable peace in post-conflict societies.
    [h=3]...For a Sustainable Future[/h]The International Day of Peace offers people globally a shared date to think about how, individually, they can contribute to ensuring that natural resources are managed in a sustainable manner, thus reducing potential for disputes, and paving the road to a sustainable future, the "Future We Want"
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    hippocratessocrates JF-Expert Member

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    Mkuu Giloba, answering the thread title, ..i think the answer depends on how "we" define Peace...

    For "those" who define peace as absence of war, then yes Tanzania is so peaceful...but as peace in perspective of we dont have Peaceful Tanzania we used to know simply by being persistent in "nothing" just because we are afraid that change??.. that change will take away that peace!!

    So people become, violent because

    1. Of the group to afraid to change and do some of descipicable things in the name of named "Cowards"

    2.Of the group that is willing to change but at times confuse between Stubborness and Strength...

    3. Of the group which is soooo confused because of the NOISE of above two groups.
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    mwenyenguvu Senior Member

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    tanzania hatuna amani,ila tuna utulivu tu na utulivu huu unachagizwa sana na hofu na woga wa watz walio wengi hasa kwa kutojua zile haki zao za msingi na katiba
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    kisugujira JF-Expert Member

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    "I like to believe that people in the long run are going to do more to promote peace than our governments. Indeed, I think that peopole want peace so much that one of the days governments had better get out of the way and let them have it."

    Dwight Eisenhower.
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    Radhia Sweety JF-Expert Member

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    Acheni unafiki nyie. Tanzania kuna amani kibao. Hivi mnaweza mkajilinganisha na Somalia?