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Global Feast for Peace

JOIN in the Global Feast for Peace, part of International Day of Peace during Peace Week, Sept. 15-21 annually! This year join with over 100 cities around the globe. DETAILS HERE.

     
 
 

The "Right to Peace" is the 2014 United Nations' theme for International Day of Peace, Sept. 21. Record your message for the world to hear through Peace Radio!

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Some contribute with donations rather than time. To make a donation, click here:

If you would like to support this work, please click on the "Donate" button above or, if you prefer, mail check or money order made out to "International Cities of Peace" to the address below. All work is done by volunteers. The organization is a 501(c)3 so your donations are tax deductible.

International Cities of Peace
1740 E. Stroop Road; Box 291-761
Dayton, OH 45429 U.S.A.

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO DONATE $1.00 PER DAY, CLICK HERE. THANK YOU!


Questions? Contact a volunteer today. Thank you!
info@internationalcitiesofpeace.org

 

 

GOAL 2020: 1000 CITIES OF PEACE! ENVISION A WORLD WHERE ALL OF OUR CITIES DEFINE THEMSELVES IN THE LANGUAGE OF PEACE.

ANNOUNCING! TWO GLOBAL CITY-TO-CITY PROGRAMS

The power in the International Cities of Peace organization is in the grassroots organizing and individual actions of peacemakers. Two global programs by ICP offer the opportunity for city-to-city collaborations that generate enthusiasm and provide purpose beyond local programming...

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The GLOBAL FAMILY PROGRAM is a city-to-city collaboration for mutual communication and support. For info go to: Global Support

• The GLOBAL DIALOGUE PROJECT promotes active collaboration between cities of peace, resulting in peace dialogue, education and communication between leaders as well as citizens and students in each community. For info go to: Global Dialogue


Latest News from Around the World

• Welcome to Priya Agrawal, Child Poetess, who is forming Ahmedabad, India: City of Peace • Welcome to Timothy Philemon of Zanzibar City, Zanzibar, Tanzania: City of Peace • June 10 newletter out! • Welcome to Mohamed Sheriff and colleagues of Eastern Freetown, Sierra Leone: City of Peace • The Shift Network's Catalyst newsletter focused on International Cities of Peace with two new initiatives: 1.) 1000 cities of peace by 2020! 2.) Small "d" departments of peace infrastructure for peacebuilding • Welcome Henry Kibalama of Wikeso, Uganda: City of Peace • Welcome to Omar Ali and the citizens of Hargeisa, Somalia (Somaliland), a new city of peace initiative • In collaboration with PeaceRadio.us, citizens around the world can upload their audio message proclaiming their "Right To Peace," the 2014 U.N. theme for International Day of Peace • Welcome to Jolanda Van Wijk and the citizens of The Hague, Netherlands: International City of Peace and Justice. • Congratulations to Katherine Li has become Director of Networking, a position that she has fulfilled for four years an is now official... More


What do people around the world really desire?

Imagine a world of cities dedicated to expanding their local peace economy and encouraging a global culture of peace. Safety, prosperity, and quality of life are universal values that bring peace to our lives.

First and foremost in this global adventure is to reject violence and define ourselves as people of peace. International Cities of Peace is a formal Association of communities that by history, resolution, or proclamation are doing just this -- self-defining their community as an official City of Peace. This redefinition requires building a consensus network of business, government and community leaders who value safety, prosperity and quality of life.

PEACE IS BECOMING THE ZEITGEIST, OR SPIRIT OF OUR TIMES. Join the celebration! Get involved in the global transformation. Let the world know -- and more importantly, our children -- that our communities can become true Cities of Peace. Get involved today!

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DO YOU THINK YOUR CITY CAN BECOME A CITY OF PEACE? EVERY CITY HAS A LEGACY OF PEACEMAKING OR PEACEMAKERS. SEND AN EMAIL WITH YOUR STORIES AND IDEAS!

stories@internationalcitiesofpeace.org

International Cities of Peace is an assocation of independent cities of peace and is not responsible for the activities, actions, and opinions of individual members, partners, and advisors. We thank the thousands of people, worldwide, who have contributed to creating this network dedicated to a more peaceful world.

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