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GIS Encouraged students to take collective responsibility for upholding World Peace

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Inspired by the theme ‘Action For Peace: Our Ambition for the #GlobalGoals’, Glenrich International School (GIS) Recently organized a seminar on the occasion of World Peace Day to inspire its students to take individual and collective responsibility for fostering peace.
The seminar was held on 5 September at Glenrich’s premises located at Satarkul (Badda) in the capital. Ghulam Sumdany Don, a bona fide corporate trainer, was present at the seminar as the guest speaker. Students of Grade 1-8 took part at the seminar. From Glenrich, Najma, Head of Primary section, was present at the event who provided a brief overview of the UN Peace Day and its significance for the students.
Ghulam Sumdany Don, the Chief Inspirational Officer of Don Sumdany Facilitation and Consultancy, has been offering corporate training for aspiring people for quite some time. He is also a motivational speaker who was there at the event to share his insights on World Peace Day. He involved the students in different engaging activities just to arouse their inner sense of responsibility and show them how even children can make a difference for fostering worldwide harmony.
Ghulam Sumdany Don said at the seminar, “It’s not literally possible for human beings to achieve anything in life if they don’t have inner peace. These people cannot even contribute anything for the betterment of the society. To do your bit and contribute to fostering peace across the world, people need to be in sound mind. Once you have it, even young students can contribute for creating a culture of peace for all.”
Apart from the seminar, students also shared their opinions about achieving goals in a peaceful manner and how conflicts can be managed and minimized around the world. The event ended with an oath-taking ceremony with the tagline ‘I can, I must, I will’.

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