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Global Peace Science Hero.

GHA Honorary Title

 

52nd GHA project

Approved by the GHA o­n June 17, 2016

 

The Project Initiators:

Dr. Subhash Chandra, GHA President

Dr. Leo Semashko, GHA Honorary President

Mr. Ramesh Kumar, GHA Executive Director (CEO)

 

Project Publication:

In Russian: http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=ru_c&key=673

In English: http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=697

 

Global Peace Science book publication:

In English, in PDF: http://peacefromharmony.org/docs/global-peace-science-2016.pdf

In English in HTML: http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=585

In Russian in PDF: http://peacefromharmony.org/docs/Nauka-globalnogo-mira-2015.pdf

In Russian in HTML: http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=ru_c&key=606

 

The GPS Resume: http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=656

The GPS Petition to the UN and UNESCO: http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=686


 

Universal Message of Global Peace Science Heroes is:

One World - O­ne Family - o­ne Harmony of SPHERONS =

One Global Peace Science (GPS):

http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=635

 

GPS is a scientific Peace Movement for creating an o­neness of the world through social harmony, communication & cooperation.

 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave the message of Global o­neness:

(Vasudheva Kutumbakam = World is o­ne Family) at the United Nations General Assembly o­n 26th September 2015.

 

The GHA Honorary title "Global Peace Science Hero", abbreviated "GPS Hero" is established by the GHA for special merits and outstanding contribution to GPS development. These merits and contributions are considered in the following areas of GPS: creation, publication, presentation, translation into other languages, distribution in any media, websites and networks, as well as in the field of special financial donation for GPS since March 2013, with the start of development of this project in the GHA.

 

Together with the Honorary title o­n the GHA website "Peace from Harmony" the "Gallery of GPS Heroes" establishes with the publication of their portraits, a brief biographical note of 3-5 lines, a list of their special merits in GPS development and indication of personal page o­n the GHA website.

 

The Honorary title of GPS Hero confers and in it is recognized any GHA member or other peacemaking organizations for their outstanding achievements and unique contributions to GPS development o­n the initiative of the GHA three leaders:

Dr. Subhash Chandra, GHA President

Dr. Leo Semashko, GHA Honorary President

Mr. Ramesh Kumar, GHA Executive Director (CEO)

 

The Honorary title of GPS Hero is approved by the GHA members during two days of discussions by consensus, in the absence of any motivated and objectively well-founded objections.

 

On the GPS development o­n June 12, 2016 was approved the following list of GPS Heroes:

Dr. Leo SemashkoDr. Leo Semashko
— the initiator, editor in chief, the main co-author (100 of 309 articles of GPS), project manager and publisher of GPS book in Russian 500 copies in 2015 and in English 200 copies in 2016, the presentation of this book in the Russian government and the sites in many countries.
Personal page »

Mr. Kanakmal DugarMr. Kanakmal Dugar
— IASE University Chancellor, the GPS book publisher in English in India in 1000 copies and a donation of $ 2000 for its publication.
Personal page »

Dr. Subhash ChandraDr. Subhash Chandra
— GHA President, the GPS second coauthor (17 of 309 articles of GPS), and the GPS book most active presenter (5 presentations since March 2016: http://peacefromharmony.org), India.
Personal page »

Dr. Surendra PathakDr. Surendra Pathak
— GHA-India President, the GPS book information published o­n 12 websites.
Personal page »

Dr. Bruce CookDr. Bruce Cook
— GPS book publisher in English in the USA o­n request.
Personal page »

Dr. Susana RobertsDr. Susana Roberts
— GPS many texts translator in Spanish and presentation of GPS book at many conferences in Argentina.
Personal page »

Ms. Delasnieve DaspetMs. Delasnieve Daspet
— GPS many texts translator in Portuguese language and presentation of GPS book o­n many websites and conferences in Brazil.
Personal page »

Mr. Heli HabyarimanaMr. Heli Habyarimana
— GPS many texts translator in French, Rwanda.
Personal page »

Dr. Takis IoannidesDr. Takis Ioannides
— GPS many texts translator in Greek and its book presentation in many universities and organizations in Greece.
Personal page »

Dr. Dr. Apostolos PaschosDr. Dr. Apostolos Paschos
— unique donation in a total of 3100 euros for the GPS publication, Greece.
Personal page »

Mr. Andrey SemashkoMr. Andrey Semashko
— unique donation of $ 3000 for the GPS publication, Russia.
Personal page »

Dr. Guy CrequieDr. Guy Crequie
— presentation of the GPS Petition into 5 letters to the UN and UNESCO officials, France.
Personal page »

María Cristina AzconaMaría Cristina Azcona
— the GPS many texts translator in Spanish, the coauthor of GPS and others GHA books, Argentine.
Personal page »

Ammar BanniAmmar Banni
— the GPS many texts translator in Arabic, the coauthor of GPS and others GHA books, Algeria.
Personal page »

Peter SemashkoPeter Semashko
— the painter and lawyer, the coauthor of GPS and other paintings and articles for the other GHA books, Russia.
Personal page »

Alexander Semashko
— the economist, coauthor of GPS and articles for other GHA books, Russia.

Mr. Ivan IvanovMr. Ivan Ivanov
— technical and design work with setting banners and pages of GPS o­n the GHA website and its preparation for publication as e-book, Russia.
Personal page »

 

The Honorary title of GPS Hero is intended to provide moral encouragement the outstanding achievements and unique contributions to the GPS development as well as to be a moral incentive for all participants of this project in every aspect.

 

Dr. Subhash Chandra, GHA President

Dr. Leo Semashko, GHA Honorary President

Mr. Ramesh Kumar, GHA Executive Director (CEO)

 

 



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