All forms of violence in the world today that has prevailed in almost all corners of the world. Armed violence is one such form of violence which has already taken the lives of more than 526,000 people, with one in ten was killed in conflict zones. The Art AOAV (acting on armed violence) has just listed 100 characters affected by armed violence in the world. Earlier. Here’s a glimpse of some of the characters that have helped prevent such violence. Here is the list of Most Influential People Who Helped Curb Armed Violence:
1. Dalai Lama
14th Dalai Lama, Dondrub Lhamo monks who are masters of the lineage of Tibetan Buddhism Gelupga is a social activist and internationally. His character is well-known peace activist who is recognized worldwide.
2. Malala Yousafzai
Nowadays, most of the countries have come to terms on the fact that women as well is crucial members of the society, who had better be given altogether the favours which is delighted along the men, like education and freedom. But there is a few parts of the world where these belief has all the same not inherit existence.
Malala Yousafzai is one such that young girl of just 15 years of age from Pakistan, who was targeted and shot down by the Taliban armed personnel for she stood up to fight for educational and women’s rights. Due to her strong will power to make for an change in the lives of women, she escaped death and still works for preaching the right of girls to get common education.Malala is the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize in the history of the world.
3. Binalakshmi Nepram
Binalakshmi Nepram, the Co-founder from Control Arms Foundation India, which is India’s 1st civil society organization, is a writer and a social activistic who is today spearheading along several acts to attain disarming an important movement and issue.
In 2007, Binalakshmi Manipur Women Gun Survivors Network (MWGSN) in one of the most troubled regions of India established especially to support women who are victims of armed violence. MWGSN group, mainly in order to give a new life to women affected by armed violence by providing loans to cover school fees, medical bills and legal aid work. Bina’s tireless efforts to bring smiles to the faces of all the women.
4. Navi Pillay
Navi Pillay, the South African National Indian Tamil origin, the first non-white woman to serve on the Supreme Court of South Africa after apartheid was in 1995. Anti-apartheid activists who had defended in court. Earlier, Pillai as the President of the Court of Justice International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, as well as served.
Pillay, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights United States in 2012 after the adoption of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon appointed.She’s now one of the influential personalities in the world who leads the UN human rights efforts and acts the voice for the voiceless and the victims all over the world.
5. Ban Ki-Moon
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-eighth as the de facto spokesperson and leader of the United Nations operates right now. Before his term of office as Secretary General, he was 37 years of his life were spent in South Korea’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. According to him, his experiences in the Korean War, he was inspired to enter public service. Thus, he sought to give a voice to the poor connection to the world’s poorest and most vulnerable people.
The Secretary-General had keyed out 5 crucial disputes in his 2012 Protection of Civilians report as making the world a safer place to live in and these included abidance on International Humanitarian Law, the use of explosive weapons in crowded areas and greater humanitarian access.
6. Angelina Jolie
Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie is not only famous, but most importantly that of Humanitarian their star power to achieve the most unfortunate part of the community. Angelina Jolie has failed to achieve the most controversial parts of the world such as Darfur, Chad and Iraq. She is an active part of efforts aimed at ending rape by referring to the Democratic Republic of Congo, with William Hague, the Foreign Secretary of Great Britain.
In 2011, the UN, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie has been recognized by the United Nations. She then was promoted in 2012 to the Special Representative of the High Commissioner. She was one of the first individuals to receive Citizen of the World Award by the United Nations Correspondence Association and also received the Freedom Award by the International Rescue Committee.
7. Michael Bloomberg
Michael Bloomberg, Mayor of New York, 108, is currently serving in his office. He was a humanitarian and a well-established businessman. Bloomberg as a supporter of gun control in the United States until he co-led coalition of Mayors Against Illegal Guns with 850 mayors from 44 countries.
The tighter gun control than trying to end gun violence works. Bloomberg also noted that all of the philanthropists in 1400 to around 254 million dollars, donated to nonprofit organizations in 2009.
8. Prince El Hassan Bin Talal
Prince El Hassan bin Talal Humanitarian influential member of the royal family of Jordan. He created many pioneering projects to promote peace and non-violence across the world worked. He is currently a member of the International Crisis Group is working towards security and multilateral talks. Prince Hassan, the former president of the Club of Rome, Niwano Peace Prize in 2008 for his contributions to the field of post-war reconstruction and development.