Peace Day 21 September provides a platform for the global youth to create positive impact through their natural gifts and talents. Here you will find projects and resources to support that.
● Accessed by thousands of parents and educators from all 193 UN member states.
● Interactive, media-rich, student-centred resources that drive debate and practical action.
● Available in the 6 official languages of the United Nations; Arabic, English, French, Mandarin, Spanish, and Russian.
● More than 20 lesson plans, covering issues such as anti-bullying, the United Nations and Great Peacemakers.
● Highlighting the power of sport, music, dance, art and drama within the peace landscape.
Peace One Day’s Global Education Resources - packed with a wide selection of enriching lesson plans - are completely FREE to access and download. Registration is no longer required.
If you like and enjoy them, or any of our work, we warmly invite you to join our Global Schools Network, via the link at the bottom of this page.
Join hundreds of schools across the world in this simple and fun activity, sure to set students’ imagination alight. Their work could help create history, and contribute to a landmark achievement in the journey of Peace Day - bringing about a Peace Day Google Doodle globally!
Thousands of designs have already been created by students of all ages. To get involved, simply sign-up your school here.
After signing up you will receive:
● a 4-page #PeaceDayGoogleDoodle lesson plan,
● your FREE 10-page ‘Topic of Peace’ resource, and
● a unique pin on the growing project map, above!
If you would like to reinforce your students’ knowledge, efforts and achievement in regards to Peace Day, we highly encourage you to book a PeaceTalk with Peace One Day.
These dynamic 15-20 minute conversations (via video conference) are a great opportunity to meet Peace One Day Founder, Jeremy Gilley or Peace One Day’s Lead Global Educator, Ben Harrington. To date, these talks have taken place with tens of thousands of students in more than 50 countries.
“The meeting with Jeremy has truly inspired my students & they were already discussing their future plan of action for this year's 20th anniversary of Peace One Day.” - - Kamal Preet, DPS Bangalore South - India (2019)
“It was such a moving and insightful experience. In the spirit of open and honest communication this was a beautiful and inspirational addition to our session” - - Elizabeth Murray, BIS of Jeddah - Saudi Arabia (2019)
“We loved talking with you! Our students are inspired and it was the perfect way to begin our week as we build up to Peace Day!” - Seren Davis, Tashkent International School - Uzbekistan (2018)
“Thank you for the skype call with Jeremy. It was such a unique opportunity for the Student Leaders who later shared the experiences in their classrooms.” - Dr. Ana Maria Leon, Counselor, International School Nido de Aguilas - Mexico (2018)
“Thank you so much for meeting with the kids this morning. They were talking about the conversation all day.” - Karyn Robson, Upper Elementary Teacher, Sunset Hills Montessori School - USA (2018)
Is your school truly committed to engaging students in the peace process? Does your school aspire to become a beacon of positive impact among your local community? Do you want your school to be part of a world-wide network of schools leading on positive change?
If so, our Global Schools’ Network - built around the forthcoming Peace & Sustainability Programme is for you. Register your interest by emailing Ben.Harrington@PeaceOneDay.org with the Subject; Schools' Network
We love to share students' stories on our Facebook page! Please do get in touch and let us know about your schools’ efforts, activities and achievements - small or large. Simply email email@example.com
Finally, if you have any feedback or thoughts with regards to our education work, please contact Ben.Harrington@PeaceOneDay.org