Here, you can see a 32-minute version of Jeremy Gilley’s award-winning documentary The Day After Peace. It outlines Jeremy's journey to create a day of ceasefire and non-violence with a fixed calendar date, Peace Day 21 September.
In his talk at TED Global 2011, Jeremy talks about how his experiences with Peace One Day around the world continue to drive him forward to make Peace Day known throughout the world.
A WORD FROM BAN KI-MOON
In November 2011, Jeremy met with United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, who recorded a statement to camera, in support of Peace One Day, saying that he has joined us to make this call across the world, to all fighters to lay down their arms.
SKYPE IN THE CLASSROOM
Throughout 2013, Peace One Day is using Skype to connect with students in 193 countries around the world, mobilising a generation of young people in support of Peace Day.
RAISING AWARENESS OF PEACE DAY THROUGH MUSIC
Awareness creates action and action will save lives. Music is one of the key tools we use to raise awareness of Peace Day. These events are an opportunity to thank all our supporters, highlight the extraordinary global Peace Day activities and promote the coming year.