Golden Rule Interntional

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Thursday, June 25, 2015


World Peace Ambassador Melida Harris-Barrow with
Ambassador Dr. Clyde Rivers
World Peace Ambassador Dr. Melida Harris-Barrow has invited, Ambassador Dr. Clyde Rivers the North American Division Representative to the United Nations for Interfaith Peace-Building Initiative and the President and Founder of iChange Nations, to San Andres and Providence Colombia Islands to empower the youth. The youth of these islands are important to the future. The new global ethic of the Golden Rule, “Treat others the way you want to be treated,” will establish a life style of honor and will expand the greatness of life in these islands and around the world.

Dr. Melida Harris-Barrow will do Business Development Training for the young people in San Andres and Providence at the Youth Peace and Economic Summit. Ambassador Clyde Rivers, said, “The youth are tomorrows leaders and the Golden Rule International and iChange Nations are proud to work with these Young Ambassadors. There is value in every individual born because they are created to bring a contribution to the world. As we pass along this knowledge we all become better. iChange Nations’is our professional institution that equips, mentors and trains individuals who have the desire to change nations throughout the world. On behalf of the Golden Rule International and iChange Nations, it is such an honor to be able to speak at the Youth Peace and Economics Summit this summer.”

The Golden Rule International Award is now established in 120 nations of the world. This organization seeks out top achievers that live the Golden Rule in their everyday life. This is a new global ethic that the leadership of the Golden Rule International Award, Patron, former President of Ethiopia, Girma Wolde and Ambassador Mussie Hailu have embraced and are promoting globally. Golden Rule International is also affiliated with the Interfaith Peace-Building Initiative (IPI), African Union, the United Nations as well as the United Religions Initiative (URI) an Interfaith Peace organization seeking world peace.

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