High Ranking Official Of World Writers’ Union, Kazakhstan / Kairat Duissenov Parman (Кайрат Дуйсенов, Қайрат Дүйсен-Парман) – President and Founder of WNWU

 

High Ranking Official Of World Writers’ Union, Kazakhstan

 

Kairat Duissenov Parman (Кайрат Дуйсенов, Қайрат Дүйсен-Парман),

President and Founder of WNWU

Kairat Duissenov PARMAN (Кайрат Дуйсенов) is a poet, composer, translator, essayist, Songwriter, journalist and public figure. He is also the founder and president of the World Nations Writers’ Union in Kazakhstan (Qazaqstan).

He is a member Of Seemed (A Copyright Society of Kazakhstan), the Union of Journalists of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the International Union of Writers (“Beybіtshіlіk alemi – Planet of the world”), the World Union of Poetry in Italy, and the International Writers Association IWA BOGDANI. In 2016, he was promoted Professor of Humanities and was awarded a medal by the United Nations (for serving his community), he was also made an Ambassador of Peace Mission. “AMBASSADOR IN THE WORLD OF THE WORLD UNION OF POETS (CO-GENERAL DIRECTOR OF THE WORLD UNION OF POETS). Dr. Kairat Duissenov Parman had a “Silver Medal for culture of the World Parliament of Literature (W.U.P.)”.

He was also awarded ‘BOGDANI’ a prize by International Writers Association IWA on 27 November, 2017. Some of his poems have been translated into English, Italian, Spanish, Arabic, Vietnamese, Chinese and Azeri languages. Kairat was born on 7th January, in 1964, at a village called Kokibel, Kazygurt District, in South region Kazakhstan. His Poems have been published in many world anthologies. Author of four books: “Tugan jer ystyq bәrіnen” (Native Land warmer all), “Serpin – Impulse”, “Qalam, qalam” and “O! Pen” (English language).

He worked as chairman of the International Union of Writers Association “Beybіtshіlіk alemi – Planet of the Peace”, from 2010-2014. He was made Director of a publishing house named “Halyqaralyq zhazushylar odagy”, in 2011. He has been also a chief editor of the site www.temirqazyq.com, since 2011. On September 18, 2014, he was appointed the President of the World Nation Writers Union and the Chief Editor of World Nations Writers’ Unions Web-sites www.akgo.org and www.wnwu.org.

 

Dr. Kofi Annan co-president World Nations Writers’ Union in Kazakhstan

Kofi Annan, famous politician for Peace in the whole World, member and co-president World Nations Writers’ Union in Kazakhstan. He is  of Ghana, is the seventh Secretary-General of the United Nations. The first Secretary-General to be elected from the ranks of United Nations staff, he began his term on 1 January 1997. His priorities as Secretary-General have been to revitalize the United Nations through a comprehensive programme of reforms; to strengthen the organization’s traditional work in the areas of development and the maintenance of international peace and security; to encourage and advocate human rights, the rule of law and the universal values of equality, tolerance and human dignity found in the United Nations Charter; and to restore public confidence in the Organization by reaching out to new partners to bring the United Nations closer to the people.

Kofi Annan was born in Kumasi, Ghana, on 8 April 1938. He studied at the University of Science and Technology in Kumasi and completed his undergraduate work in economics at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota, U.S.A., in 1961. From 1961 to 1962, he undertook graduate studies in economics at the Institut universitaire des hautes études internationales in Geneva. As a 1971-1972 Sloan Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He received a Master of Science degree in management. He joined the United Nations system in 1962 as an administrative and budget officer with the World Health Organization in Geneva. Since then he has served with the UN Economic Commission for Africa in Addis Ababa; the United Nations Emergency Force (UNEF II) in Ismailia; the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Geneva; and, at UN Headquarters in New York, as Assistant Secretary-General for Human Resources Management and Security Coordinator for the UN System (1987-1990) and Assistant Secretary-General for Programme Planning, Budget and Finance, and Controller (1990-1992). In 1990, following the invasion of Kuwait by Iraq, he was asked by the Secretary-General, as a special assignment, to facilitate the repatriation of more than 900 international staff and the release of Western hostages in Iraq. He subsequently led the first United Nations team negotiating with Iraq on the sale of oil to fund purchases of humanitarian aid.

Before being appointed Secretary-General, he served as Assistant Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations (March 1993 – February 1994) and then as Under-Secretary-General (February 1994 – October 1995; April 1996 – December 1996). His tenure as Under Secretary-General coincided with unprecedented growth in the size and scope of United Nations peacekeeping operations, with a total deployment, at its peak in 1995, of almost 70,000 military and civilian personnel from 77 countries. From November 1995 to March 1996, following the Dayton Peace Agreement that ended the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, he served as Special Representative of the Secretary-General to the former Yugoslavia, overseeing the transition in Bosnia and Herzegovina from the United Nations Protection Force to the multinational Implementation Force led by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

As Secretary-General, Kofi Annan’s first major initiative was his plan for reforms, “Renewing the United Nations”, which was presented to the Member States in July 1997 and has been pursued ever since with an emphasis on improving coherence and coordination. He has used his good offices in several delicate political situations. These included an attempt in 1998 to gain Iraq’s compliance with Security Council resolutions; a mission in 1998 to help promote the transition to civilian rule in Nigeria; an agreement in 1999 to resolve a deadlock between Libya and the Security Council.

In April 2000, he issued a Millennium Report, entitled “We the Peoples: The Role of the United Nations in the 21st Century”, calling on Member States to commit themselves to an action plan for ending poverty and inequality, improving education, reducing HIV/AIDS, safeguarding the environment and protecting peoples from deadly conflict and violence. He is fluent in English, French and several African languages. He is married to Nane Annan, of Sweden, a lawyer who is now an artist. They have three children.

Cav Silvano Bortolazzi‎, Honourary President WNWU

Cav Silvano Bortolazzi‎, member and Honourary President WNWU in Kazakhstan. He is FOUNDER PRESIDENT AND WORLD PRESIDENT OF THE “WORLD UNION OF POETS” AND OF THE “WORLD GAMES OF POETRY”. “KNIGHT OF MERIT OF THE ITALIAN REPUBLIC (FOR POETRY) SILVANO BORTOLAZZI (POET AND WRITER) – HONORARY MEMBER of the Italian National Association of Knightly Orders – HONORARY POET OF THE OLYMPIC CITY OF SESTRIERE – PROPOSED IN FIVE OCCASION TO THE NOBEL PRIZE IN LITERATURE – PROPOSED IN ONE OCCASION TO THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE – FOUNDER PRESIDENT AND WORLD PRESIDENT OF THE “WORLD UNION OF POETS” AND OF THE “WORLD GAMES OF POETRY”. OTHERS TITLES: AUTHOR OF THE POEM, TITLE, OF THE WINNING WORK OF THE 5° INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF THE MOSCOW ART PORTRAIT (CENTRAL PALACE OF MOSCOW ARTISTS) – WORLD ICON OF PEACE (INTERNATIONAL PRIZE FOR PEACE OF NIGERIA) – WORLD ICON OF LEADERSHIP (INTERNATIONAL PRIZE OF NIGERIA)

– Titles of the Historical Association of UN peacekeepers in Brazil: Paladin of Peace, Fighter Hero of Peace, Citizen of Peace – Doctor Honoris Cause of Education for peace (Institute for Education for Peace – Brazil) – ORDER OF MERIT of Institute for Education for Peace (Brazil) – Perpetual Defender of Peace Between Races, Peoples, Tribes and Nations (Institute for Education for Peace – Brazil) – “Laureate Poet” and “Sociocultural Benefactor” (titles of the Insitute Julio Ribeiro Cortez for education and culture – Brazil)

– Ambassador of Peace Culture in Venezuela (Global Preach Peace Foundation – Pakistan) – “HERO OF HUMANITY” (Go Kurative Africa – Goka – Organization for Promoting Ghana’s National Heritage) – HONOR TO THE MERIT (Cercle Universel des Ambassadeurs de la Paix, Francia e Svizzera – Paraguay) – WORLD LITERARY PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR (ASHA EBOOK PUBLICATION – INDIA) – HONORARY PRESIDENT OF THE “WORLD NATION WIRTERS’UNION – KAZAKHSTAN” – WORLD LAUREATE IN LITERATURE 2017 (WORLD NATIONS’ WRITERS’UNION – KAZAKHSTAN) – THE VOICE OF PEACE AWARD 2018 (Institute for Education for Peace – Brazil).

 

Muhammad Shanazar, First Vice President of the World Nations Writers’ Union

Muhammad Shanazar, First Vice President of the WNWU

Muhammad Shanazar is a poet, translator, public figure, Associate Professor of English, Honorary Doctor of Degree in Peace and Humanities, Nominee for the nomination “Nobel Prize in Literature 2015”, member of the World Nations Writers’ Union in Kazakhstan, First Vice President of the World Nations Writers’ Union.

Muhammad Shanazar is Associate Professor in English Language and Literature, he was born at a village Saib, Tehsil Gujar Khan, District Rawalpindi, Pakistan, on 25th Nov. 1960. In his childhood he did all odd works like ploughing field, harvesting crops, gathering fodder, cutting wood for fuel, building fences, grazing cattle etc. He had keen interest in getting education and his hard work that led him to the height of success. After having done Master in English Literature, he served for three years in Police Department as constable and later on got an opportunity in Higher Education Department.

He emerged as a poet and translator in the world and got more than 30 international awards from different literary organizations of the world like Poet of Universal Inspiration, World Icon of Peace, The International Best Translator, 1st Four Stars Ambassador in the World, Extraordinary Ambassador for Gratis Culture, Poet of the World, Cross for Peace, Cross for Literature, Pride of Pakistan, Herbert Macaulay Award, nominee for the Noble Prize in Literature 2015, The Best World Poet 2017, Poetic Galaxy Award and several other accolades. He has been conferred upon Honourary Doctorate in Peace and Humanitarian Education conferred by Instituto Edjucando Brazil.

He has been awarded The Literaturnost Gold Award 2017 by Philosophique Poetica on account of high level dedication to literature. World Nations Writers’ Union, Kazakhstan awarded him two titles in the year 2017, World Laureate in Literature and Pride of the Globe. His poems have been published in many world anthologies. He has authored four books of poetry ‘Gems’, ‘The Cold Stars’, ‘The Dance of Darkness’, and ‘Tears of History’, besides, his translated books from Urdu into English are: The Alien Eyes’, ‘Wrist in the Clutches of Death’ ‘A Tempest In Silence’ ‘Sugar Coated’, ‘Symphony and Other Poems’, ‘Snowy Sunlight’, ‘The Burning Roses’, ‘The Coin of Death’, and ‘Withering Dreams’ . He also has translated individual poems, articles and short stories, their number may exceed more than 1000. He is a life time member of IPTRC China and International Writer Association (IWA), USA, which is a UNESCO recognized body. He is a member of Editorial Advisory Board of Sahitya Anand and 2nd Secretary General of World Union of Poets, Italy. He writes against war, he wishes to see the world sans nuclear and conventional weapons.

 

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  1. E’ un grandissimo onore, miei cari e GRANDI ICONE MONDIALI, poter essere con voi che stimo e ammiro olremodo. Grazie infinite per “lavorare e prodigarvi” per la PACE mondiale. Essa ci accomuna nello stesso desiderio per l’umanità tutta che MAI, deve perdere la speranza di poter vivere un giorno, in un mondo fatto di comprensione, solidarietà, stima e soprattutto AMORE. E’ proprio questo obiettivo comune, miei cari, inestimabili amici, ad unirci e a portarci a legare, unire e sollevare le nostre voci comuni nel raggiungimento dello stesso obiettivo. E’ tempo che gli uomini di cultura si uniscano e portino INSIEME alto, il vessillo azzurro del cielo terso, pulito e splendente della convivenza umana, senza distinzione alcuna di razza, credo, colore della pelle, usi e costumi. E’ tempo di sollevare tutti insieme la bandiera azzurra della pace e della comunione tra le genti di tutti i ceti sociali, del globo terrestre. Grazie per il vostro continuo e costante lavoro, per l’impegno profuso e che ci accomuna.
    Maria Teresa Manta

    It is a great honor, my dear and GREAT WORLD ICONS, to be with you that I respect and admire the same. Thank you so much for “working and giving yourselves” for world PACE. It unites us in the same desire for humanity as all that NEVER, must lose the hope of being able to live one day, in a world of understanding, solidarity, esteem and above all LOVE. It is precisely this common goal, my dear, invaluable friends, to unite and to lead us to link, unite and raise our common voices in the attainment of the same goal. It is time for men of culture to unite and lead TOGETHER high, the blue flag of the clear sky, clean and shining of human coexistence, without distinction of race, creed, skin color, habits and customs. It is time to raise all together the blue flag of peace and communion among the peoples of all walks of life, of the terrestrial globe. Thank you for your continuous and constant work, for the profuse and common commitment we have in common.
    Maria Teresa Manta

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