Global Feast for Peace!

Everyone is Invited! Each years since 2012, International Cities of Peace has hosted the Global Feast for Peace during Peace Week, a way for the world to share food together in celebration of friendship and common interest, a tradition as old as the human family. Whether it’s a small family celebration, a large community gathering,…

Three Questions

TO: Liaisons for Cities of Peace around the world FROM: J. Fred Arment, Chair, International Cities of Peace RE: Three Questions We need your input! Please let me know your Actions for Peace. Below are three questions about you and your community regarding how you are working for peace. As a Liaison for ICP,  you…

Stanford Speech

Stanford World Peace Network On October 15, 2021, Board Chair and Lead Facilitator J. Frederick Arment spoke for the Stanford Global Peace Network. The Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law (CDDRL) at Stanford University is “an interdisciplinary center for research on development in all of its dimensions: political, economic, social, and legal, and…

NewsCast, May 1, 2022

Top 5 Reports from leaders of International Cities of Peace May 1, 2022 354 International Cities of Peace in 71 Countries on Six Continents… and growing. Know someone who might be interested in establishing an International City of Peace? Connect us. We’ll help them get started! 1. YOUR SUPPORT IS CRITICAL! To achieve our vision of 1000…

Global Newscast Mar. 22, 2022

  March 22, 2022 Update: 351 International Cities of Peace in 70 Countries on Six Continents… and growing. You can establish an International City of Peace. Send an email. We will help! HERE ARE THE TOP 5 ADVANCES AND REQUESTS March 22, 2022 NEW CITIES OF PEACE We are on our way to our vision of 1000 Cities…

Nanjing, China Video

The Legacy of Peace in Nanjing, China HISTORICAL IMPORTANCE. China now has three International Cities of Peace. Nanjing was the first in 2017. This historic City of over 8 million people has embraced the ideal of a Culture of Peace based on the platform provided by the association of International Cities of Peace. Professor Liu…

Holiday Message

Holiday Message from the Chair In November, 2021, Ronald Kiyimba, a graduate of Makerere University, established the town of Kanoni, Uganda as our 342nd International City of Peace.  In Kononi, like greater Uganda will be experiencing huge hardship in the near future. By 2035, according to the International Monetary Fund, the number of Africans joining…

Stanford Speech

Stanford World Peace Network On October 15, 2021, Board Chair and Lead Facilitator J. Frederick Arment spoke for the Stanford Global Peace Network. The Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law (CDDRL) at Stanford University is “an interdisciplinary center for research on development in all of its dimensions: political, economic, social, and legal, and…

Unity in Dandora

UNITY PROPOSITION IN KENYA A few months ago, the ICP Lead Facilitator J. Fred Arment asked the leaders of the five Cities of Peace initiatives in Dandora, Kenya for their input. Dandora has five large communities just outside of Nairobi, that are built in the largest toxic dump site in Kenya. These ICP Liaisons stepped…