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ITF Receives the World Veterans Federation Rehabilitation Prize

22.09.2016

On the occasion of the 2016 International Day of Peace on 21 September 2016, ITF Enhancing Human Security joined the representatives of the World Veterans Federation members from Slovenia, Slovenian Police, Slovenian Armed Forces and many others at the Veterans Walk for Peace in Ljubljana. The Walk for Peace was organized by the Union of the Associations for the Values of the National Liberation Movement of Slovenia, the Union of Associations of War Invalids of Slovenia, the Union of Veterans of the War for Slovenia, and the Sever Association of Police Veterans.

While spreading the message of peace at this year's walk, the World Veterans Federation honored ITF by presenting it with a Rehabilitation Prize plaque. The World Veterans Federation thus recognized ITF's decades-long commitment to the rectification of landmine issues and helping landmine survivors in their rehabilitation.

ITF is proud and glad that its efforts in saving lives and making the world a safer place have been acknowledged once more, and particularly by the world’s largest veteran organization and an important charity.