Advance the course of peace, by providing a platform for all interested parties and encourage free discussion on peace issues and related matters.
Promote the interaction of existing peace activists and organizations and developing interpersonal skills for handling relationships and conflict constructively.
Put peace onto the agendas of organizations and to institutionalize peace.
Provide a strong platform, based on research and sound infrastructure, for educational, community and international activities.
Harness commitment and expertise, including the experience of our elders and the vitality of our youth.
Liaise and partner with others working for peace.
Provide skill based training through means of partnerships and projects for peaceful living including skills and methods for conflict resolution and violence prevention.
Link people and organizations, interested in building a peaceful world through international communication, such as newsletters, journals, summits, international conclave, symposia and missions worldwide.
Promoting more peaceful, less violent society through education of children and adults.
Work for peace, disarmament and social justice in accordance with government concurrence across the globe.
Play a monitoring role regarding issues and policies relating to the objectives for peace studies.
Promote peace awareness actively through involvement of the media/event to promote peaceful and positive community values.
Model peace-making values within the framework and outside.
Enable and encourage technology transfer and best practice sharing between developed and developing states in order facilitate greater sustainable development among developing states and its citizens and civil society bodies.