FOREWORD FROM JEREMY GILLEY
This Peace Day 21 September Peace One Day celebrates 20 years of campaigning, advocating and delivering for peace. To realise our ambitious vision for 2025, to make 3 billion people aware of Peace Day, we need your continued support. Thank you for everything that you do.
We are very close to announcing our plans for Peace Day 2019 and I look forward to sharing them with you very soon.
Jeremy Gilley, Founder of Peace One Day.
#PeaceDay193 is your opportunity to play your part in uniting youth around the world in the spirit of co-operation and peace. We aim to showcase young people, taking action for Peace Day across the 193 member states of the United Nations.
Getting involved is simple, just SIGN-UP HERE and tell us about your plans for Peace Day. If you’d like to send us a picture as a symbol of your involvement in Peace Day, that would be great! If possible, the photo needs to include three features:
•young people •your national flag •#PeaceDay193
Help us by spreading news of this amazing campaign to anyone you think might be interested.
Please send photos to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Partnerships for Peace Coalition
The Partnerships For Peace Coalition is spreading the message of Peace and the Global Goals around the world. The Coalition now has over 140 members of all shapes and sizes.
The Partnership for Peace Coalition celebrates the work of organisations from all across the globe, helping them to increase their reach, share their message with a wider audience and help champion each other’s amazing causes.
The Partnership for Peace Coalition reflects Peace One Day’s values of inclusion, collaboration and partnership. Together we are stronger.
2019 marks the beginning of our #CyberNonViolence campaign, a long-term campaign to highlight the impact of Cyber Violence. We are partnering with incredible Global Partners to bring peace and the Peace Day message into the online world.
In this first stage, we are soft launching the campaign to seed awareness. By measuring violent language globally, we want to:
• Decrease online hate speech, racism, bullying and ridicule online
• Decrease violent language and affect an increase in peaceful communication
• Measure online language used globally over the campaign period to demonstrate behavioural change in the online world
Why not take the #CyberNonViolence pledge and behave more peacefully online this Peace Day?
Share your pledge online using the hashtag #CyberNonViolence
For more information about the #CyberNonViolence campaign, or to become a supporter please email: email@example.com