Find out how you can teach Peace Day in your classroom wherever you are in the world. Click on the button on the left to hear from Peace One Day Ambassador, Jude Law.
We have several initiatives to help educators across the world teach their students about Peace Day and to involve young people in activities on the day. These include our free online education resources (accessed by thousands of educators in almost every country), the Schools’ Network and a number of other projects.
Film has always been a powerful medium to share the message of Peace Day. We have made a 32-minute classroom-ready version of Jeremy’s award winning documentary The Day After Peace to support the use of Peace One Day’s Education Resources.
Available in the six official languages of the United Nations
Peace Day is a great way to teach your class about the need for lasting peace everyday. Whether through art, history, sport or social studies, encouraging young people to get involved is a powerful towards creating the next generation of peace makers.
To help you bring Peace Day into your classroom here is the Pocket Book of Peace which offers practical ideas and resources for taking action on the day.
Over the years Jeremy has spoken to hundreds of schools around the world about how they can take action on Peace Day in their homes, schools and communities.
Check out the gallery below for a small snapshot of these inspirational discussions made possible via Skype.
If you and your class are interested in organising a call please email firstname.lastname@example.org