Who Will You Make Peace With?
Although only launched on 21 June 2012, the Schools’ Network has grown rapidly. Hundreds of schools and education institutions around the world had already joined by Peace Day 2012. Help us build an even larger coalition of schools in 2013. Your school or organisation will feature on the Peace One Day website and you can opt-in to receive regular email updates.
Feedback from schools all over the world both before and after Peace Day is instrumental in helping Peace One Day measure the impact that schools and young people can make on the day.
Over the years thousands of schools around the world have thought up fun and innovative ways to celebrate Peace Day. From holding a sporting event to writing a peace song, activities can be big, small, loud or quiet – whatever is practical for your school or youth group.Peace One Day Education is pleased to present the Peace Day Activity Guide to help your school plan its Peace Day celebration. This useful guide contains:
We hope the materials provided here will empower you and your pupils to celebrate Peace Day in a fun, creative and meaningful way.