„Naturally, all people want peace; in Russia, England, America, Germany, China or any other country. That is understood. But, after all, it's the people of a country who can recognize, understand, train, condition, and finally live peace as a living state, whether it's a democracy, a dictatorship, or another form of government. People, with or without voting rights, can be brought to establish a peaceful state. That is easy. They would need to do nothing more than to recognize, that they are not alone, but are part of a huge community of like-minded people, and to stand together for what is right and not against what is wrong. It works the same way in any country."

Leonhard Kubizek, Peace Director

Peace, peace negotiations, and peacekeeping – everything that promotes active peace - must be taken very seriously, precisely analyzed, and trained, conditioned, and lived in times of peace.

This clearly also involves a sustainable shift from war perpetrator remembrance to victim remembrance.