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Monday, March 14, 2016


Dr. Astell Collins w/Ambassador Clyde Rivers
Dr. Astell Collins of Guyana has been official appointed to the position of Global Representative for the Golden Rule International and Interfaith Peace-Building Initiative by Ambassador Clyde Rivers. Dr. Collins has openly shown his care for humanity around the world. His influence as a strategic and intentional leader has impacted lives by promoting the spirit of humanity and unity. He is the Chairman of the Board of Directors for Habitat for Humanity in his nation and has led an initiative to improve housing for the elderly, single parents and the differently-abled. Ambassador Rivers said, “Dr. Collins is a man of integrity that lives a lifestyle that exemplifies the Golden Rule, ‘Treat others the way you want to be treated.’ He believes every life is valuable and created for a purpose and contribution to our world. It is a great honor to have him as a Representative of our World Peace Initiative because he will represent our movement well across the globe.”

Ambassador Clyde Rivers, as the North American Representative for the Golden Rule International and Interfaith Peace-Building Initiative, is working around the world to move the message of the Golden Rule and a Culture of Honor. 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.

Ambassador Clyde Rivers is also the Representative for the Golden Rule International and the Interfaith Peace-Building Initiative, North American Division to the United Nations – New York. Interfaith Peace-Building Initiative is affiliated with the Department of Public Record (DPI) – United Nations as well as affiliated with the United Religious Initiative (URI), an Interfaith Peace organization.

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