Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) December 13, 2007
Bruce A. Roth, author of No Time To Kill, is attending the 8th Nobel Peace Laureates World Summit, December 13th-15th, 2007, at the Campidoglio in Rome, Italy. He was invited for the second time by the International Peace Bureau for his work in nuclear disarmament. At the meeting Roth will promote the elimination of all forms of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) -- biological, chemical, and nuclear weapons -- in order to reduce the threat of a nuclear holocaust or bioterrorism.
A number of Nobel Laureates have confirmed their participation in this year's Summit, including: Mikhail Gorbachev, HH Dalai Lama, Mairead Corrigan Maguire, Mohammed Yunus, Lech Walesa, Betty Williams, Mons. Philipe Ximenes Belo, John Hume, the International Atomic Energy Agency, International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, the International Peace Bureau, the American Friends Service Committee, Institut de Droit International, Pugwash Conferences, the Red Cross, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, UNICEF, Amnesty International, the United Nations, International Labor Organization, and Medicins Sans Frontieres.
The Laureates and the Mayor of Rome, Walter Veltroni will award the "Man of Peace 2007" jointly to George Clooney and co-actor Don Cheadle for their efforts to help the people suffering from the humanitarian crisis in Darfur, Sudan. Tenor Andrea Bocelli will be the guest of honor at a reception held in the 350 year old Palazzo Pallavicini. Other dignitaries in attendance will include the President of the Italian Republic, the President of the Chamber of Deputies of the Italian Parliament, the President of the Senate of the Italian Republic, and the Minister of Youth.
The core subject of this year's summit will be "The Next Generation." Session topics include: Is a World Without Violence Possible?, Global Warming, Disarmament, From the Fight for Freedom to the Cease of War, and Equal Rights in a World of Differences. Presentations will focus on our collective legacy and necessary commitment to a sustainable future. Previous World Summits have centered on "Atoms for Peace or Atoms for Bombs," "Peace and Security-Multilateral Security Imperatives," "Terrorism and Other Threats to Humanity," and "Lifting Up the World: Building a Culture of Peace."
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About Daisy Alliance:
Daisy Alliance was founded by Bruce A. Roth in 2006 as a global grassroots organization which promotes the non-proliferation, disarmament and elimination of nuclear weapons, biological weapons, and chemical weapons--all types of Weapons of Mass Destruction, or WMDs. Daisy Alliance raises funds from the sale of its products: lapel pins and a book written by its founder, No Time To Kill, in order to educate the public in all walks of life about the threat that WMDs pose to civilization. No Time To Kill is a holistic guide to WMDs, terrorism, and genocide, written for the layperson. More than just discussing these problems, it presents a reasonable solution to make the planet safer--an approach never tried before. The Daisy Alliance lapel pin symbolizes the globe at its center and its petals represent people of the world. The inspiration for the name Daisy Alliance came from the 1964 Lyndon B. Johnson presidential television campaign ad.