Health and Wellness is indeed a birthright of our global human family, they are also prerequisites for sustainable world peace. Without inner peace, the state of health and wellness cannot exist. Each and every one of us is a microcosm of a greater global picture. Through our work, we have committed to embark on a constant and relentless journey to improve and ensure the perpetuity of global health and wellness for our generation and for those who cannot yet speak for themselves. The mission of our World Peace One Global Health and Wellness Research Institute is to promote global health and wellness through our research, and service to the global community while interfacing with others who have also committed to take on this sacred mission. We will to attract others of like minds and promote their work, giving them recognition for their commitment to improving the health and welfare of the global community for generations to come and for those who have not yet inherited the voice to speak for themselves. This is their birthright and this is also our sacred calling.


“Freedom from fear could be said to sum up the whole philosophy of human rights.”

-Dag Hammarskjold

A humanitarian is one who lives and works to promote, embody and protect human rights. These are not a privilege but rather a necessity for peaceful existence on earth. These rights must never be allowed to be violated. Elie Wiesel said “whenever men and women are persecuted because of their race, religion or political views, that place must – at that moment – become the center of the universe.” Our inspirational mentor and cherished supporter Danny Glover, has devoted his life to taking on causes for those who are in need and in distress. This cause must resonate equally for all others on our planet. One of the earliest acts of the general assembly of the United Nations was to draft and adapt the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on December 9, 1948 (Resolution 217A). It is our sacred calling to promote and protect these through our research, dedicated service and recognition of those who strive to promote and protect it. The Dali Lama reminds us that “Peace in the sense of absence of war is of little value to someone who is dying of hunger or cold. It will not remove the pain of torture inflicted on a prisoner of conscience. It does not comfort those who have lost their loved ones in floods caused by senseless deforestation of a neighboring country. Peace can only last where human rights and respected, where people are fed and where individuals and nations are free.” We as members  of the UHSS are dedicated to evolving the principles of our sacred mission through the work in our institute.



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