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WE campaign: 11 Days Of Global Unity - 11 Ways to change the World
 WE Campaign
 11 Days of Global Unity - 11 Ways to Change the World
 

 11 Days of Global Unity - 11 Ways to Change the World

 
 
we the world
Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Bill McKibben, Deepak Chopra, John Perkins, Hazel Henderson, Robert Thurman, Almas Jiwani, Jack Healey, Dot Maver, Occupy Movement Organizers, Benjamin Barber, Rev. Deborah Moldow, Monika Mitchell, Stephan Dinan
Organizations Worldwide Join
the WE Campaign and Partners

to Participate in
 11 Days of Global Unity - 11 Ways to Change the World

September 11 - 21

 
Have you registered your organization yet? (it's free)
Sign up at www.WE.net/11days/participate
Post your Events and Programs at www.GlobalUnityCalendar.org

From Nigeria to San Francisco, hundreds of organizations around the world are stepping up to take part in the annual
11 Days of Global Unity, September 11 -21.
 This year, to mark the 10th anniversary of 9/11/01 and the 30th anniversary
 of the UN resolution establishing an International Day of Peace (on September 21st), individuals, groups and coalitions are signing up and taking action within one or more of 11 themes of social change proposed by the
 WE Campaign of We, The World,
in cooperation with United Religions Initiative in North America,
 as well as ! Pathways To Peace and the World Peace Prayer Society.

The "11 Days - 11 Ways" Campaign is a platform for global collaboration and action that focuses on the following 11 themes: Unity, Interdependence, Environment, Economic Justice, Health, Children & Youth, Women, Human Rights, Freedom, Disarmament, and
 The International Day of Peace.


"The 11 Days of Global Unity aims at strengthening the ideals of unity and equality, diversity and oneness, harmony and compassion and, above all, at advancing the culture of peace," stated Ambassador Anwarul K. Chowdhury, Former Under-Secretary-General and High Representative of the UN.
 "I welcome this remarkable initiative."

"With 11 Days - 11 Ways to Change the World our partners together are creating a blueprint for a world that works for all,"
 said We, The World Founder Rick Ulfik.
 
 
11 Days Partner Highlights and Timeline

11 Days of Global Unity offers a remarkable array of partners and their activities around the world. In alignment with the vision of the WE Campaign, 11 Days partners "Inspire, Inform and Involve" people in creating a more peaceful, just and sustainable world.

September 1

WBAI Pacifica Radio 99.5 FM in NYC aired a special 11 Days of Global Unity Radio Broadcast - click here to check out Benjamin Barber plus other guests and listen to the archive! It was broadcast and webcast globally on Sept. 1st at 2PM Eastern Time.

September 2-5, 2011

EVOLVEFEST Sept. 2--5, 2011 at Rickey Farm, Vernon New Jersey. The 5th annual EVOLVE Music and Yoga Festival (www.evolvefest.com) is a festive gathering for progressive, fun-loving and visionary people who wish to celebrate their creative potential and explore ways to make life on Earth more healthy, harmonious and sustainable!

September 10

The WE Campaign’s Youth Now and The Interdependence Movement Youth Summit will host a sneak preview of the award-winning Sundance film Connected which will be in theaters this fall. There will be Q & A with director and founder of the Webby Awards Tiffany Shlain. The special screening will take place Sept. 10th at 6:30PM at 3-Legged Dog Art & Technology Center in NYC as part of Interdependence Day celebrations and the 11 Days of Global Unity.

September 11-21 - 11 Days of Global Unity

Danny Garcia of Global Walk International is planning a walk for children and peace in Costa Rica from Sept. 11 - 21 celebrating 11 Days of Global Unity and the 30th Anniversary of the International Day of Peace.
 
Central Ames, Iowa USA celebrates 11 Days of Global Unity with
multiple events.
 
Pomona, California USA celebrates 11 Days of Global Unity with
 multiple events.

The Interdependence Movement led by CivWorld, a network of citizens without borders working to create a constructive interdependent consciousness that facilitates global cooperation and global governance, presents a symposium on interdependence Sept. 11th 1:00PM - 6:45PM at Lincoln Center’s Library for the Performing Arts in Manhattan. Featured speakers include Tavis Smiley, Cornel West, Laura Flanders, Howard Dean, Benjamin Barber, Tiffany Shlain, Josh Fox, Olara Otunnu and others. Seating is limited.
Please RSVP at
sept11symposium@wetheworld.org

The Interdependence Movement will also hold an Interdependence Day Celebration all day on Sept. 12th at 3-Legged Dog Art & Technology Center in Manhattan with world cafe breakout sessions, arts, live music and a Declaration of Interdependence signing ceremony. Both Interdependence events are co-sponsored by the WE Campaign for 11 Days of Global Unity. The Interdependence Movement is also coordinating arts and civic events in locations on four continents.

Tiffany Shlain’s globally crowd-sourced short film, "A Declaration of Interdependence," featuring music by Moby and subtitles translated by dotSUB.com, will debut at the Interdependence Day Celebration produced by the Interdependence Movement at 3-Legged Dog Art & Technology Center on Sept. 12th. The Moxie Institute, Active Voice, and the WE Campaign will also hold a "Brain Trust" meeting to identify ways that both films can promote activist collaboration, cross-cultural media generation, and ongoing conscious interdependence.
 
dotSUB Presents a Challenge: 100 Languages for Interdependence
Help translate "A Declaration of Interdependence", the globally crowd-sourced film, by Webby Awards Founder & award-winning filmmaker. Tiffany Shlain, featuring music by Moby and translations enabled by dotSUB, www.dotSUB.com. Together with skilled volunteers from around the world, we will translate this new 5-minute film into 100 or more languages as a multi-cultural celebration of interdependence in action. Apply Now!
Please see this link: http://dotsub.com/id11
 
The WE CampaignCoalition for One Voice and Sustainable NYC present "New York's Water and Environment at Risk - Fracking & the Gas Pipeline" Sept. 13 at 6PM - a Community Open House hosted by Sustainable NYC (139 Avenue A in Manhattan). Experts on fracking will attend including: Carl Arnold (Sierra Club), Eric Weltman (Food and Water Watch), Clare Donohue (Sane Energy Project) and Mitchell Rabin (A Better World). It will take place under the Environment Theme of 11 Days of Global Unity. Seating is limited. Please RSVP at sept13event@wetheworld.org This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Jane Goodall's Roots & Shoots international youth organization, with groups in over 125 countries, will celebrate the UN International Day of Peace (IDP) with a variety of peace related activities including crafting Giant Peace Dove Puppets from reused materials and flying the Doves in their communities. UN Messengers of Peace Jane Goodall and Michael Douglas will be featured speakers at the annual UN Student Observance of the IDP on Sept. 15th. An acclaimed new film about Jane Goodall "Jane's Journey" will premiere in NYC on Sept. 16th and in LA on Sept. 23rd. On Sept. 27, Jane Goodall will appear one night only live in hundreds of select movie theaters throughout the country for an! interactive theater event with celebrity friends including a screening of the film.

Voices for a World Free of Nuclear Weapons, a Cooperation Circle of United Religions Initiative, presents "At the Moral Core of Nuclear Weapons", an international Teleconference on Sept. 20th at 3PM Eastern Time sponsored by URI, co-sponsored by the WE Campaign and FourYears.Go for 11 Days featuring President and Founder of URI, the Rt. Rev. William E. Swing, Nobel Laureate Mairead Corrigan Maguire, Jonathan Granoff, President of the Global Security Institute and others. It will take place under the Disarmament Theme of 11 Days of Global Unity. Pre-registrat! ion is required. To register, please go to www.wetheworld.org/sept20call and you will be emailed the phone and pin number for the call. Questions and comments for the speakers can be made online before or during the call.
 
Youth Now (a project of the WE Campaign) will launch on Sept. 16th for the 11 Days Theme 6 - Children and Youth. Youth Now is being developed by a network of youth activists and organizations to build the youth activist movement. Youth Now calls on youth around the world to find a cause and take action for sustainable policies, renewable energy development, green jobs and social justice to create a livable future.

Prepare New York is a coalition of New York based interfaith organizations who have joined together to help create a city-wide climate that promotes healing and reconciliation in anticipation of the 10th anniversary of 9/11. Prepare NY partners will hold "CoffeeHour Conversations" - a city-wide "conversation" campaign, "Ribbons of Hope" and many other programs and events to promote inter-community understanding and religious tolerance in New York City during a time of heightened emotion and memory.

Peace Day Global Broadcast produced by Unity Foundation and All Things Peace features the world's only 24/7 5 day Global Broadcast promoting Peace, Sustainability, Human Rights, Social and Economic  Sept. 17- 21. Edward James Olmos, Ed Asner, Marianne Williamson as well as Nobel Laureate Wangari Maathai and other UN Messengers of Peace will present their personal Peace Day messages. Starting on Sept. 11th, there will also be live streaming of selected 11 Days of Global Unity programs and special video presentations with a daily focus on each of the 11 Themes.

Link TV, a national broadcast network is a participating partner of 11 Days of Global Unity promoting awareness and action within 5 of the 11 Days Themes: Environment, Economic Justice, Children and Youth, Women
and Human Rights.

Ecofest - Sept.18th 11AM - 6PM The largest environmental festival in New York City, this year at the Intrepid Museum pier. For more info: 212 496-2030

Colleen Kelly Alexander, NE Coordinator of Peace Jam will Cycle For Peace starting Sept. 18 for 8 days to raise awareness, and encourage standing for peace and working for change.

September 21, 2011 - The UN International Day of Peace (IDP)

The United Nations International Day of Peace ("Peace Day") on Sept. 21 provides an opportunity for individuals, organizations and nations to create practical acts of peace on a shared date. It was established by a UN resolution in 1981 and serves as a day to announce and celebrate ceasefires in conflict areas around the world. Pathways To Peace, the Culture of Peace Initiative, the World Peace Prayer SocietyUnited Religions Initiative, Jane Goodall's Roots & Shoots, We, The WorldPeace Day TV, Peace One Day and many other global partners worldwide are coordinating more than 3,500 organizations' programs and actions involving millions of people for the International Day of Peace on September 21st.
 
 
 
Stephan Said, Iraqi-American singer songwriter activist and founder of difrent.org, will release his new album on the International Day of Peace Sept. 21st, and will also release a series of video interviews with musicians around the world working for social change.

PeaceWeek - Sept 14-21 - the world's largest virtual peace summit, a free global telesummit featuring more than 50 groundbreaking and inspiring peacebuilders. It is produced by The Shift Network with partners that include the 
WE Campaign.

Week of Global Interreligious Dialogue Sept 15-21 - a platform for people and organizations worldwide to share their religious, spiritual, and cultural values and traditions in celebration of the UN International Day of Peace. The Week of Global Interreligious Dialogue is a leading annual participant in 11 Days of Global Unity September 11-21 and a partner of the WE Campaign.

Association of Global New Thought - Season for Interfaith Intercultural Celebration - September  – December. Join hundreds of task forces around the world in meaningful demonstrations of interfaith and intercultural understanding that are foundational to the global peace-building
to which we are so deeply committed.

 

September 24, 2011

350.org is organizing a global event, Moving Planet, Sept. 24, when people are joining together for a worldwide rally for solutions to the climate crisis. 350.org will use this day to help move beyond fossil fuels, on bikes, on skateboards,
 and on foot.

Earthdance - Sept. 24th worldwide. Earthdance International has been coordinating the world's largest synchronized music & dance festival for peace since 1997 with as many as 300 locations in over 60 countries. In the spirit of "Think Global, Act Local," each Earthdance public event donates at least 50% of their profits to a local charity. To sign-up to host a your own Earthdance event, go to www.earthdance.org

September 25, 2011

Vigil for International Peace and Ecology - Central Park Bandshell 9AM - 5PM Sept. 25 in Manhattan. The Vigil for International Peace is a transformational effort dedicated to promulgate peace through art, song, dance, music, prayer and ecological awareness.

A Call to Peace - The World Peace Prayer Society - Sept. 25 Wassaic, New York in honor of the International Day of Peace.

November 11, 2011

Zen 11 11 Festival A harmonious, fun and educational ZEN Eco Village November 11-13 in Hot Springs North Carolina, USA.

Other major 11 Days Partners include: Oxfam AmericaCelebrities Against Poverty, African Services Committee, FourYears.Go. NYC Friends of Clearwater, The Nigeria Youth Climate Coalition, Energy Action Coalition, Global Oneness Project, San Francisco Interfaith Council, iMatter MarchSukyo Mahikari Centers for Spiritual ! Development, Zambia Scholarship fund and many others.

Registered partners can also list their events and promote their message through video, blog and social media. To sign up your organization please go to www.WE.net/11days/participate For more information, please visit  www.WE.net/11days.

May Peace Prevail On Earth

 we the world

Partners of 11 Days of Global Unity - 11 Ways to Change the World (2011 to the Present)

Click here to see Partners listed by Theme

911-11.org
http://911-11.org

Mission & Activitiies: We are a small group promoting the idea of 9-11-11 as a National Day of Reconciliation in America. We are not sponsoring any events ourselves; rather we have created and are maintaining a web site designed to inspire interfaith groups to plan events around the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks demonstrating unity and a peaceful spirit. Our site lists anniversary events being planned, events that have been held on past anniversaries, resources and ideas for planning anniversary events, and organizations engaged in ongoing interfaith work.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 

 

A Better Community For All (ABC4All)
http://home.abc4all.net

Mission & Activitiies: ABC4All Global Vision: To share with all countries a true restoration of a QUIET HOPE for PEACE and HARMONY in the world. ABC4All Mission: "Maximizing Charitable Contributions on and off the Internet."™ with the long-term goal of creating the ABC4All Legacy wherein charitable contributions will be MATCHED/DOUBLED into Perpetuity.  Achieving this mission justifies the ABC4All Mantra: MAXIMIZE Giving Burton Danet, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist (retired) Co-Founder, ABC4All Portal4Relief http://home.abc4all.net/ 1-310-712-5477 Skype abc4allteam
Main Focus Area: Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Other Focus Area(s): Foundation
Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 4 – Economic Justice
Theme 5 – Health
Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Theme 7 – Women
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 9 – Freedom
Theme 10 – Disarmament
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Forever Campaign for Global Humanitarian Relief (FCGHR) Revolutionary Business Concept Forever Self-FUNding4All
Actions to Take: ABC4All Participation Guidelines http://www.trunity.net/abc4all/topics/view/24848/
Comments: A Better Community For All (ABC4All) focuses on the betterment of citizenry and communities via a give-back model of conducting business in the world: “Maximizing Charitable Contributions on and off the Internet.”™ Support is offered for charitable causes worldwide. ABC4AllWorldSolutions!™ provide opportunities to reach unimagined “Health Heights™.” A healthier water and application of advanced technologies bring the potential for humanitarian relief wherever it is needed throughout the world in emergent/non-emergent situations.

 

Abraham's Path
http://www.911walks.og

Mission & Activitiies: Mark the 10th anniversary of 9/11 with a simple act of hope and courage: On September 11, 2011, walk and talk kindly with friends, neighbors and strangers in your own community in celebration of our common humanity and in defiance of fear, misunderstanding and hatred.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Actions to Take: Find a walk or organize one at www.911walks.org
Comments: Thank you!

 

Action for Children in Conflict
http://www.actionchildren.org

Mission & Activitiies: Action for Children in Conflict (AfCiC) works to assist and transform the lives of children affected by various forms of conflict or crisis be it war, extreme poverty, hunger, illness, persecution, or neglect. Our projects focus on helping some of the most disadvantaged, disenfranchised and socially excluded children and young people in Africa. The children we work with come from backgrounds of abject poverty, family breakdown and abuse - both verbal and physical. They are in conflict with the law, living and working in the streets and have little or no access to formal education. Many resort to substance abuse as a means of escaping the cold and hunger which pervade their daily lives. We believe that these children and young people have the capacity to change their own lives for the better, and it is our role to nurture this process. AfCiC works alongside the children and young people, helping to transform them into responsible individuals and productive members of their community, and empowering them to make positive decisions about their futures.
Main Focus Area: Theme 6 – Children & Youth

 

Action Jeunes Haiti(ACT/JH)
http://www.actionjeuneshaiti.org

Main Focus Area: Theme 8 – Human Rights
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 8 – Human Rights
 
Additional Focus Area(s): le problème des droits humains demeurent l'un des defis à relever et à promouvoir c'est dans ce sens que je fais ce choix

 

Advertising Square International (ASI)
http://www.adsquareinternational.com

Mission & Activitiies: Advertising Square International (ASI) is an independent, public service advertising, social and cause-related marketing, and website development organization, established in Ontario, Canada in January 2008. It was set up to address critical health, social, environmental and educational issues in Canada and third world countries utilizing commercial marketing and advertising techniques. Our company utilizes a very cost-effective, optimally efficient system called “Integrative Marketing Communication” (IMC) to achieve its stated objectives. This, in effect, helps us to attain the integration of all marketing tools, approaches, and resources within a company which maximizes the impact on the consumer's mind, resulting into maximum profit at minimum cost
Main Focus Area: Theme 2 – Interdependence
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 6 – Children & Youth
 
Actions to Take: People should realize that there is so much interdependency in the world right now that everyone has to reach out and understand each other, both in terms of culture and religion. Canada is a very good example of this diversity.

 

Advertisingh Management
http://www.common.org.au

Mission & Activitiies: Centre of Melbourne Multi-Faith & Others Network is a community of people that belong to a variety of ethnic, religious & faith groups, that come together to create understanding, unity, harmony and peace at a grassroots level within the wider community.
Main Focus Area: Theme 3 – Environment
Actions to Take: Unite, Understand, Listen, Learn and achieve greatness together. Our environment is our common denominator. Let's do something together.
Comments: Centre of Melbourne MultiFaith & Others Network proudly presents: UN INTERNATIONAL PEACE DAY SHARING OUR ENVIRONMENT Let's learn, share and respect our environment together. A FUN & FREE family evening with a vegetarian meal provided for all. BRUNSWICK TOWN HALL 233 Sydney Road, Brunswick – 5pm to 8:30pm. Wednesday, 21st September 2011 www.common.org.au Please RSVP, Project Manager Jamel Kaur Tel: 0413 425 912 info@common.org.au This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Africa Youth For Peace And Development Cameroon

Mission & Activitiies: Engage in community projects like tree planting train youths to be self reliant engage in clean up campaigns and organise teaching of human rights to youth associations
Main Focus Area: Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 7 – Women
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
 
Actions to Take: Help us raise money for this our projects. Contact: ngolepie@yahoo.fr This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

African Services Committee
http://www.africanservices.org

Main Focus Area: Theme 5 – Health
Additional Focus Area(s): HIV/AIDS Treatment, Prevention & Care

 

Aikido of San Luis Obispo
http://www/aikido-of-slo.com

Mission & Activitiies: Embodiment of peace through Aikido (aka The Art of Peace). Participation in International Aiki Peace Week taking place across the globe, where Aikido schools offer free lessons and conflict resolution classes.
Main Focus Area: Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Other Focus Area(s): Other
 
Additional Focus Area(s): embodiment of peace

 

Alliance for International Women's Rights
http://www.aiwr.org

Mission & Activitiies: AIWR works to support women leaders and future women leaders in developing countries.
Main Focus Area: Theme 7 – Women
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 8 – Human Rights
 
Actions to Take: Raise awareness of the problem of women being denied their full human rights, especially in countries such as Afghanistan. Help address this problem through education and media.

 

American University Negotiation Project
https://www.facebook.com/groups/114025835322626/

Mission & Activitiies: AU Negotiation's Project is a student organization dedicated to building the negotiation skills of students through simulations and promote negotiation as a method of conflict resolution. Negotiation simulations conducted and written by the organization have included a broad range of topics including the Israeli-Palestine conflict, Northern Ireland, and Nile Water negotiations. For the 11 Days - 11 Ways Campaign, AUNP will be facilitating two negotiations: one focused on environmental issues and another on either women's rights or human rights.
Main Focus Area: Theme 3 – Environment
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 7 – Women
Theme 8 – Human Rights
 
Actions to Take: Both negotiations will be free and open to the public. Come practice negotiation skills while learning about using negotiation as a tool for solving conflict in the areas of the environment and human rights!

 

Anne Mimi Sammis Sculpture
http://mimisammis.com

Mission & Activitiies: To bring peace to the world through art.
Main Focus Area: Media, Culture and the Arts
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Theme 7 – Women
Theme 9 – Freedom
Media, Culture and the Arts
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 
Actions to Take: To present my art where people can see it.
Comments: Thank you for all you are doing.

 

Art Music Composer
http://www.guillermosilveira.com

Main Focus Area: Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 10 – Disarmament
Media, Culture and the Arts
 

 

Ask a New Yorker
http://www.AskaNewYorker.com

Mission & Activitiies: New Yorks problem solving website
Main Focus Area: Media, Culture and the Arts
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 9 – Freedom
 
Actions to Take: Contact us regarding blogging on Ask a New Yorker.
Comments: We are the United Nations of websites.

 

BellaSpark Productions
http://www.BellaSpark.com

Mission & Activitiies: BellaSpark's Mission: To be a catalyst; to stimulate, inspire and embolden individuals and communities in their growing spiritual awareness by providing access to consciousness raising ideas, people and information. Please include our upcoming event with Little Grandmother: Open Your Heart with Little Grandmother. Join Wisdom Keeper and Shaman Little Grandmother (Kiesha Crowther) for a weekend of deep heart opening and healing. One of the most inspiring young female voices for change on the planet, Little Grandmother shares powerful keys to our spiritual evolution at this time, and visions of the profound changes in store for the Earth and humanity. Evening Lecture: Friday, September 14 Full Day Workshop: Saturday, September 15
Main Focus Area: Values, Ethics and Spirit
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 3 – Environment
 
Actions to Take: Little Grandmother has a heartfelt, important message for our planet during this time of Shift. It is time for people to wake up to their oneness with all life and take steps to preserve not only Mother Earth but all humanity.
Comments: We would love to be part of your Live Streaming events. Little Grandmother's Friday evening lecture would be a perfect fit. We will be video taping the event. Please let me know how we can collaborate with you on this. Please see Little Grandmother on YouTube and you will understand why her message is so important. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FWyYbMCKy54

 

bonobo tv
http://www.bonobo.tv

Mission & Activitiies: Bonobo TV Ltd is a Not for Profit Organisation As an agency we offer you experienced facilitators and sympathetic collaborators. Together we will create ideas and share connections. Our wealth of experience in bringing valuable projects to fruition means we can do the same for you. We specialise in projects that offer a sustainable future for our planet. As a result we are take a creative, radical, approach. The three principal members of the agency have in excess of 130 years experience in a wide variety of creative and scientific projects. Established since 2006, we provide a platform for independent film-makers, artists, musicians and many good causes. Through us you can access top-flight talent and practical help in almost any area you need. Give us a call now and find out how we can help: +44 (O) 207 617 7420
Main Focus Area: Theme 3 – Environment
Other Focus Area(s): Media, Culture and the Arts
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 

 

CAPOW--CITIZENS ACT TO PROTECT OUR WATER

Mission & Activitiies: ISSUES OF PRIVATIZATION, POLLUTION, FRACKING, ABUSE OF RESOURCES. EVAPORATION OF WATER VIA CLIMATE CHANGE
Main Focus Area: Theme 3 – Environment
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 5 – Health
Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Media, Culture and the Arts
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 
Actions to Take: BOYCOTT THOSE CORPORATIONS THAT CONTROL GOVERNMENTS.
Comments: WE NEED LESS DENIAL AND INACTION, MORE AWARENESS AND ACTIVISM.

 

Caritas Paskitan karachi

Mission & Activitiies: Working in relief and Development in Pakistan, such as water, and rural communities.
Main Focus Area: Theme 3 – Environment
Additional Focus Area(s): Focusing on cleanliness in Pakistan.
Actions to Take: Actiosn that people should take is immense fundraising and getting people aware of the situation.

 

Casady Service Learning

Mission & Activitiies: Motivate to act on issues of social justice, civic responsibility, and peace.
Main Focus Area: Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Peace, the heart of service
Actions to Take: Random Acts of Kindness daily, make pinwheels for peace, plant a tree, volunteer at Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma on September 11.
Comments: Peace begins with me

 

Center for Collaborative Communication
http://www.collaborative-communication.org

Mission & Activitiies: Through sharing the consciousness and skills of Collaborative Communication via long-term training programs, workshops, classes, and community events, we support people in hearing each other and being heard. We share transformative communication skills with individuals, families, groups and organizations in the greater metro New York area, nationally and beyond, creating a world of abundance, interdependence and peace where the needs of all beings matter and are held with care.
Main Focus Area: Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
 
Actions to Take: We'd like people to take steps to transform conflict into opportunities for sustainable peace-building.

 

Centre for Community Dialogue and Development
http://ccddknya.org

Mission & Activitiies: Grass root Empowerment through social media to engage African/Parliament and Governments.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 10 – Disarmament
 
Additional Focus Area(s): .Capacity-Building through training,Research and Analysis. .Mainstreaming conflict sensitivity .Networking strategies .Lobbing and Advocacy
Actions to Take: push for Accountability and transparency in Government and peaceful coexistence among the different ethnic Communities.
Comments: Looking forward to working with you.

 

Circle On the Hill
http://www.fear-stands-in-my-way.com

Mission & Activitiies: To create a safe home base from which to grow.
Main Focus Area: Theme 7 – Women
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 4 – Economic Justice
Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 

 

Civil development and Democratization Centre-CDDC

Mission & Activitiies: To promote youth involvement in civil society Development, deep awareness on education, human rights, women and children, minority rights(religion, sexual, disabled person.
Main Focus Area: Theme 8 – Human Rights
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
 
Actions to Take: The Youth must get involved in NGO"s for human rights, the best oen being human rights watch.
Comments: This is an orgainzation that I strongly believe in, and that can make a diffrence in our world today.

 

Coastal Carolina United Nations Association

Main Focus Area: Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Other Focus Area(s): Sponsor
Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 7 – Women
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 10 – Disarmament
Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
 
Actions to Take: Join Grandmothers for Peace for International Day of peace celebration at Hugh MacRae park shelter 4 at 6 PM Sept 21

 

Conscious World Summit & Film Festival
http://consciousworldsummit.com

Mission & Activitiies: The Conscious World Summit & Film Festival offers new ways to be the inner peace, happiness, health and creativity of higher consciousness, which enhances every area of Life. Through our global Community of Consciousness, our TeleSummit and Film Festival, we will support, promote and collaborate with others in the 11 Days and beyond.
Main Focus Area: Theme 2 – Interdependence
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 4 – Economic Justice
Theme 5 – Health
Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Theme 7 – Women
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 9 – Freedom
Theme 10 – Disarmament
Theme 11 – The International Day of Pea
Actions to Take: Through our global Community of Consciousness, our TeleSummit and Film Festival, we will support, promote and collaborate with others in the 11 Days and beyond.

 

Consumers Health Freedom Coalition

Mission & Activitiies: We try to use email notifications through our lists for on alternative health issues and the treats to them that need political action to try to bring pressure for change. People are invited to join the list. Alerts are sent out daily.
Main Focus Area: Theme 5 – Health
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 3 – Environment
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Promoting awareness of Alternative Medical and health solutions for illness and so called serious disease. Also curbing dangerous technologies such as Nuclear Power, Cell phone towers etc.
Actions to Take: Oppose the proposed restrictions on the availability of new dietary supplements introduced to the market after 1994 as in the senate bill S.1310. Shut down the Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant in New York and the other Nuclear plants in operation. Urge the NYC Council to remove fluoride from the city water supply as proposed in the Vallone bill. Support the appeal of the cellular phone task force to disallow an upgrade of celular telephone antennas.
Comments: We normally try to limit the number of email alerts, but during hectic legislative sessions, these issues arise that need action.

 

Creative Women's Network
http://www.etsy.com/shop/GoddessHouse

Mission & Activitiies: Creative Women's Network is a multi-creative publishing cooperative providing healing, education and empowerment thru the Arts. We create books, newsletters, novels, magazines, greeting cards, websites, from concept to completion. We give voice to the community at large. We also create music and musicals, and use our voices in song for healing and fundamental arts and creativity. The goal of our current project, GODDESS HOUSE, is to provide safe secure sustainable housing to a group of women where they can live, work and create, become viable business co-owners, and build community.
Main Focus Area: Theme 7 – Women
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 4 – Economic Justice
Theme 5 – Health
Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Theme 7 – Women
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 9 – Freedom
Theme 10 – Disarmament
Theme 11 – The International Day of Pea
Additional Focus Area(s): HOUSING - Safe Secure Sustainable
Actions to Take: Are you a rebel or renegade realtor? We need a big house with rooms enough for everyone, a medium size office space, large kitchen dining area, large living room, 2 bathrooms (or more), front and or back yard for organic garden, basement laundry room, other rooms for guests and or meetings, workshops, music rehearsals. We need sustainable energy, solar panels for heating, green construction, computers, office supplies, office furniture, washer and dryer, discretionary funds, staff salaries.
Comments: GODDESS HOUSE is a project of CREATIVE WOMEN'S NETWORK, a multi-creative publishing cooperative, dedicated to healing, education and empowerment thru the Arts. The goal of our current project, GODDESS HOUSE, is to provide safe secure sustainable housing to a group of women where they can live, work and create, become viable business co-owners, and build community. Everybody deserves to live in peace and security. Visit us at www.creativewomensnetwork.com

 

Dominicans and URI Pakistan
http://www.uripakistan.org

Mission & Activitiies: The United Religions Initiative (URI) is an international organization. It is working in 78 countries. Its main focus is to promote peace and harmony among believers of different religions. It has special emphasis to bring a change at grass roots level and also work to provide equal status to women and offer opportunities to youth to play their full role in promoting peace and harmony among people of all religions.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Other Focus Area(s): Foundation
Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Theme 7 – Women
Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Peace and interreligious dialogue
Actions to Take: We will organize a special event on 21st of September for which we have invited about 150 participants from various religions and walks of lives. We will celebrate international Day of Peace as declared by the UN. There will be religious leaders, promoters of peace, youth, women and children. This is our contribution for global unity.

 

Donnelly/Colt Propgressive Resources
http://www.donnellycolt.com

Mission & Activitiies: Donnelly/Colt isa small family-owned/operated mailorderserviuce for the various progressive movements in the U.S., since 1975 we've provided customprinting services for union-made products to promote good causes. U.S.-made, union-made t-shirts, banners, buttons, stickers, signs, labels amnd many other promotional items. Produced quickly, ethically, in unionized shops by skilled workers who have health care and retiremet benefits. No child or sweatshop labor here or abroad are ever used.
Main Focus Area: Theme 8 – Human Rights
Other Focus Area(s): Media, Culture and the Arts
 
Actions to Take: Nonviolent, educational, local, state, regional and national actions, campaigns, programs and efforts to raise awareness, and right wrongs.
Comments: We encourage people to never give up on changing the world to make it a better place for all.

 

dotSUB
http://dotSUB.com

Mission & Activitiies: dotSUB technology and services power captions and translations as subtitles in any online video in any language so more people can view and understand them across Internet and mobile screens around the world.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Media, Culture and the Arts
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Multi-cultural communications, global understanding and collaboration, i.e., interdependence.
Actions to Take: Help translate "A Declaration of Interdependence", a globally crowd-sourced film, by Webby Awards Founder & award-winning filmmaker Tiffany Shlain, featuring music by Moby and translations enabled by dotSUB. Join the '100 Language Challenge for Interdependence; here: http://dotsub.com/id11

 

DRSUE
http://www.drsue.com

Mission & Activitiies: DRSUE is dedicated to making a positive difference through arts and media projects (musicals, children's and adult books, films, songs, etc.) that foster inter-cultural, inter-faith, and inter-generational understanding - and motivate people to live out their dreams!
Main Focus Area: Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Other Focus Area(s): Media, Culture and the Arts
 
Actions to Take: Please make a contribution - financial or goods or services - come to our events, and enjoy our books and CD's!
Comments: "What is the sound of world peace? 7 billion people smiling"

 

EARTH OCEAN HEAVENS
http://www.earthoceanheavens.com

Mission & Activitiies: Creation wide Peace and calmer weather patterns ... There is a -Global invitation- to take a few minutes daily to intentionally quiet one-s thinking Mind.
Main Focus Area: Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Actions to Take: Please feel welcome to share -Writings- -Poetry- viewable @ http://www.lindaohlsongraham.com and http://www.lindaohlsongraham.com.
Comments: I believe with ALL of my Heart that the experience our Earth and all of us collectively are having could shift in a heartbeat (to a positive, healthy for all living beings experience) if enough people could intentionally quiet their thinking Minds ...

 

Earth Protect Inc
http://www.earthprotect.com

Mission & Activitiies: Earth Project uses video and social media to inspire people to take actions leading to a sustainable future.
Main Focus Area: Theme 3 – Environment
Actions to Take: Join Earth Protect and contribute videos and blog articles on sustainability, learn and grow taking actions in their personal lives.
Comments: Join Earth Protect and be part of our global community.

 

Eco-Giraffes

Mission & Activitiies: Like the giraffe, be tall and composed, lengthen your vision of the situation, live in unity.
Main Focus Area: Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 3 – Environment
 

 

Edison Wetlands Association
http://www.EdisonWetlands.org

Mission & Activitiies: The grassroots 501(c)3 nonprofit Edison Wetlands Association has been working for over 20 years to protect human health and the environment for New Jersey families through community empowerment, preserving the last remaining natural areas, and the cleanup of toxic waste sites.
Main Focus Area: Theme 3 – Environment
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 3 – Environment
 
Actions to Take: Send a letter to the EPA to protect the Ramapough Mountain Indian Tribe & clean up the Ringwood Superfund Site! http://www.change.org/petitions/protect-the-ramapough-mountain-indian-tribeclean-up-the-ringwood-superfund-site The Ramapough Mountain Indian Tribe has been suffering from the toxic legacy that Ford Motor Company dumped on their land—thousands of tons of paint sludge dumped into old abandoned mine shafts, leaching landfills, and highly contaminated lead on the lawns of residential properties. The United States Environmental Protection Agency will be making a decision on the ultimate clean up plan for this Ringwood Mines/Landfill Superfund Site. This tragic saga was investigated in HBO’s new documentary, “Mann v. Ford,” which revealed that the community’s devastating health impacts continue, with the cancer-causing dioxin at high levels in residents’ attics and neighboring mines filled with huge quantities of toxic waste, just upstream from the drinking water source for over one million people. Don’t let Ford Motor Company get away with capping the site and leaving thousands of tons of paint sludge behind! Tell USEPA to make Ford completely clean up the site! Take action now! For more information, visit www.ringwoodsuperfundsite.org.
Comments: You can make a difference!! Support EWA's ongoing work by making a small donation. Visit: http://www.edisonwetlands.org/join-us/

 

ElectromagneticHealth.org
http://electromagnetichealth.org/

Mission & Activitiies: ElectromagneticHealth.org is a leading U.S. health education and advocacy group focused on biological and health effects of electromagnetic fields, such as cell phones, cell towers, wireless computer equipment,and utility meters emitting RF radiation.
Main Focus Area: Theme 5 – Health
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 8 – Human Rights
 
Additional Focus Area(s): We'd like to see better government responsiveness to public health issues, instead of egregious inaction that supports corporate commercial interests.
Actions to Take: Please sign EMF Petition to Congress at www.ElectromagneticHealth.org. Also, join our collaborative effort with Citizens for Health and the American Academy of Environmental Medicine appealing to citizens to write Congress requesting they ask the FCC to update its obsolete cell tower safety regulations that do not protect us from biological harm. See News section for post.
Comments: We encourage all citizens to write Congress about the widespread, unchecked, non-stop proliferation of radiofrequency radiation in our midst and the inaction of the FCC to revise its safety regulations to protect the public’s health. Citizens must become involved for the sake of our health, genetic code and the environment. Now is the time.”

 

End AIDS Now!
http://www.endaidsnow.info

Mission & Activitiies: End AIDS Now!, working to later become an official non-profit organization tries to connect the people in need of information to other AIDS Organizations involved in prevention/education, treatment, and remembrance of those loss to AIDS around the World. We have EAN members in Denmark, France, England, and America that outreach in their own country and the EU and ASIA.
Main Focus Area: Theme 5 – Health
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 5 – Health
Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Theme 7 – Women
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 9 – Freedom
Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Media, Culture and the Arts
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 
Actions to Take: Include AIDS education in your programs so that we can work to stop transmission of HIV and have people of the world die of AIDS.
Comments: Thank you for considering my action proposal to END AIDS NOW! (like you would be screaming this in the streets or from your window as loud as you could) Now act to END AIDS NOW please.

 

EveryDay Hero Marketing Services, LLC.

Mission & Activitiies: My organization's mission is to facilitate the cultivation of spiritual, humanitarian heroes. Our activities for the next 11 days will be filming footage to broadcast in 192 countries. We will be searching for individuals and companies who are practicing EveryDay Hero Activation on a daily basis.
Main Focus Area: Media, Culture and the Arts
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 9 – Freedom
Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 
Actions to Take: Join us on our crusade to highlight the EveryDay Heroes of New York City who are spending their lives to Build a Better World. We will be filming on HD television for these next eleven days as part of a Documentary for Seen on Demand Television, under the Light Waves Inspirational Network. Meet Centilina Chantel, Babanu Mensa Ogun, and TurtleGang Entertainment for these 11 days of Global Unity!
Comments: This is now marking Year 2, Phase 2, Site 6: Build a Better World Tour, On the Search For EveryDay Heroes!!!

 

Figlie Di Fortuna
http://www.FiglieDiFortuna.com

Mission & Activitiies: Figlie Di Fortuna envisions a world where every man, woman and child has enough food to eat in order to lead a healthy, fulfilling life of self-reliance, dignity and purpose by pioneering an awakening in humanity through kindness, generosity, trust, compassion and good will. We offer thoughtfully chosen products, where each product sold changes lives, as we donate a portion of purchase to feed hungry Americans. Our business model is a pay-it-forward concept. We promote kindness via The Kindness Conversations videos.
Main Focus Area: Values, Ethics and Spirit
Additional Focus Area(s): Spread radical kindness via The Kindness Conversations, donate to feed hungry Americans, pay-it-forward concept
Comments: "My Kindness Feeds Others". Nourish the hungry soul.

 

First Unitarian Univerdalist congregation of the Palm Beaches
http://www.uunpb.org

Mission & Activitiies: Celebrate International Day of Peace at 635 prosperity Farms Rd. North Palm Beach FL at 11:30 AM on Sept. 21. At noon we will gather around our peace pole.
Main Focus Area: Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
 
Actions to Take: Join us!

 

floEarth.org
http://floearth.org

Mission & Activitiies: floEarth.org is a public activism community designed to bring universal awareness to the Open Source Culture movement and its role as a key component of a global sustainability agenda.
Main Focus Area: Theme 3 – Environment
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 4 – Economic Justice
Theme 5 – Health
Theme 9 – Freedom
Media, Culture and the Arts
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Open Source Culture as a key component for the development of a sustainable future.
Actions to Take: Join the floEarth website and participate in the creation of a public awareness campaign on Open Source Culture as a key component for the development of a sustainable future.
Comments: floEarth will 'soft launching' on Sept 18th - Software Freedom Day - Starting in January we will begin a six month public awareness program to bring public attention to the United Nations Earth Summit in Rio - June 4-6, 2012.

 

Food & Trees for Africa
http://www.trees.co.za

Mission & Activitiies: The EduPlant Programme, initiated in 1994 and coordinated by Food &Trees for Africa, rewards schools that promote food security within their school and surrounding communities. EduPlant and its supporting partners, ABSA, Engen and the Woolworths Trust, recognise the need for food security within South Africa and believe that schools are the best vehicle through which to achieve the goal of food security for all. Out of the 445 entries from 2012, 60 finalists have been selected for this year’s EduPlant National Schools Competition. The finalist schools will be treated to three days of workshops (2 – 4 October 2012) and thereafter enjoy the gala awards ceremony on Thursday, 4 October 2012. Each finalist school will receive R1 500 and will also be in line to win the bigger prizes which range from R5000 up to R25 000, in the following categories – Emerging, Intermediate, Advanced and Mentoring. A winner will also be selected for each province with R5000 in prize money per province. During the three workshop days, all the finalist schools will make presentations to the judging panel - displaying their produce and persuading the judges why they should be the winners in the category they have entered. The judging panel is composed of a spectrum of qualified permaculturalists and EduPlant facilitators.
Main Focus Area: Theme 3 – Environment
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 5 – Health
Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Other
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Education, Food Security, Climate Change
Actions to Take: Support via social media, funding or just spreading the word! For more information on the competition, please contact Joanne Carty, EduPlant Programme Manager on 011 656 9802 or email joanne@trees.org.za This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and see http://www.facebook.com/EduPlant
Comments: "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world", Nelson Mandela.

 

Forum of peace 2011
http://www.stateofplanet.org

Mission & Activitiies: The main mission of this organization is to promote peace within ukraine, and the rest of the world.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Additional Focus Area(s): Global Peace & Security
Actions to Take: The first action that people should take is to promote against nuclear weapons, considering that Ukraine was one of the major standpoints during the cold war for Nuclear stockpile.

 

FOUR YEARS.GO
http://fouryearsgo.org

Mission & Activitiies: FOUR YEARS.GO is committed to the successful acceleration of "the great shift" to a thriving, just, and sustainable human presence on the planet; and invites all individuals, organizations and businesses to embrace the period between now and the end of 2014 as the time to undertake effective action at whatever level of boldness is needed so that by the end of 2014 the transformation of how we live on the planet will be successful.
Main Focus Area: Theme 3 – Environment
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 4 – Economic Justice
 
Actions to Take: We invite everyone to declare their commitment to the transformation of how we live on the planet, at our website- fouryearsgo.org; and then to take the actions (more boldly than they have ever considered before!) that are consistent with that commitment. We invite civil society organizations, and businesses of all kinds to do the same, and register their alliance with FOUR YEARS.GO and then proceed with game-changing goals and actions (as consistent with their existing mission) that are an authentic expression of their commitment to transform how live and do business on this planet.
Comments: This time of compounding crises has us standing at the edge of an opportunity that may be so magnificent that we can hardly comprehend it. The actions we need to take to deal with our crises are exactly the actions we need to take to create heaven on earth - a world that works for everybody. It is a thrill to be alive at this time, and a thrill to invite everyone in the 11 Days of Unity to be part of the this work. We all have the opportunity to live the most meaningful lives that have ever been lived. Go to fouryearsgo.org and declare yourself as someone who is making this happen.

 

freelancer

Mission & Activitiies: I don't have any organisation as of now but planning to launch my own periodical related to women issues in Kashmir,
Main Focus Area: Theme 8 – Human Rights
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 8 – Human Rights
 
Actions to Take: I would like to aware people around the globe what we Kashmiri people are going through in out day to day lives.

 

Future Without Poverty, Inc.
http://www.fwop.org

Mission & Activitiies: Breaking the Myth of No Effect....We believe one person can make a difference. We believe everyone should have the opportunity to have a Future Without Poverty.....furthermore, we currently have an association with over 685,000 women members...
Main Focus Area: Theme 9 – Freedom
Other Focus Area(s): Other
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Improving and Increasing Educational Opportunities,Empowering communities, Improving the Environment, and creating jobs by creating Domestic and International Enterprise opportunities.
Actions to Take: Please go to www.fwop.org and contact us. Together we can create a synergy that will improve the quality of lives for millions of people.
Comments: We look forward to working together. The majority of our Board are university faculty that have taken our theories and are applying them through our nonprofit Future Without Poverty.

 

getavision.org
http://getavision.org

Mission & Activitiies: The mission of the getavision programs is to inspire and motivate people living with health & financial challenges, their caregivers, family and friends with a passion and purpose for living through use of media, events, programs, projects, and interpersonal interaction, empowering them with tools and resources to help fulfill their hopes and dreams.
Main Focus Area: Theme 5 – Health
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 4 – Economic Justice
Theme 5 – Health
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Media, Culture and the Arts
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 
Actions to Take: Co-create media for the "We Are One" project.

 

Glastonbury Youth & Family Services
http://webmail.glastonbury-ct.gov

Mission & Activitiies: We are part of PeaceJam and this Fall our members are raising awareness regarding water conservation, environmental egredation and building peace. September 17th we will be dedicating a Peace Pole at our Audubon Center to mark the 10th year anniversary of 9/11. Speakers from ten different faiths will be speaking at the event as well as family members who lost relatives in the 9/11 attack.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 3 – Environment
 

 

Global Family
http://www.globalfamily.net

Mission & Activitiies: Global Family's mission is to support a shift in consciousness from separation and fear to unity and love. Our community at Hummingbird Ranch in northern New Mexico is a living laboratory for the evolution of consciousness.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
 
Actions to Take: Be the change that you want for the world.

 

Global Movement for the Culture of Peace
http://gmcop.org

Mission & Activitiies: Global Movement for the Culture of Peace is a global umbrella for parallel peace initiatives united in their efforts for peace. We are a coalition of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) formed in 2011, and based in New York, NY. This group is a civil society networking initiative whose purpose is to implement the United Nations Declaration and Programme of Action on a Culture of Peace [A/RES/53/243]. We advocate building the Culture of Peace at all levels of existence (global, regional, community and individual). Our inspiration is founded on the shared reality that we are on interdependent family belonging to Planet Earth. Our current focus is the United Nations High Level Forum on The Culture of Peace taking place 14 September 2012 from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, UN General Assembly Hall and NLB Conference Room 2, UN Headquarters, New York.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Other Focus Area(s): Other
 
Additional Focus Area(s): CULTURE OF PEACE - United Nations Declaration and Programme of Action on a Culture of Peace
Actions to Take: Please attend this event and follow us on our Facebook page for more information: United Nations High Level Forum on The Culture of Peace 14 September 2012 from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm UN General Assembly Hall and NLB Conference Room 2 UN Headquarters, New York
Comments: We believe that after the conclusion of the International Decade for the Culture of Peace and Nonviolence for the Children of the World (2001-2010), it is crucial that civil society organizations throughout the world come together in solidarity to advance the cause of building and strengthening the Culture of Peace at all levels. We create awareness education and collaboration strategies related to peacemaking endeavors.

 

global peace film festival
http://www.peacefilmfest.org

Mission & Activitiies: The 9th Annual Global Peace Film Festival, originated in Central Florida, is a celebratory event and a place to honor those who promote global and community awareness of peace and environmental sustainability through the most powerful form of communication in our world today. It draws together filmmakers and filmgoers from all walks of life into a community of people inspired to take action in their daily lives to leave the world a more peaceful place than they found it.
Main Focus Area: Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 4 – Economic Justice
Theme 5 – Health
Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Theme 7 – Women
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 9 – Freedom
Theme 10 – Disarmament
 
Additional Focus Area(s): In last 10 yrs, documentaries are increasingly being recognized as key medium for communicating social justice issues & inspiring social change - we screen films that advocate all this and peace.
Actions to Take: Embrace civic engagement & get involved in community.
Comments: Check us out on Facebook !

 

Going For A Global Truce Peace Movement
http://goingforaglobaltruce.com/

Mission & Activitiies: We have to spread the idea for an International Peace Every Day Treaty for Global Truce and Global Cease Fire every day not just 9/21 of each year. We need to get this treaty to a vote in the UN. We need any country to sponsor this concept for a vote as a resolution or submit it as an international treaty for all nations to sign. This is an idea whose time has come.
Main Focus Area: Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
 
Additional Focus Area(s): International Peace EVERY Day not just on 9/21 through a treaty to be signed in the United Nations calling for a global truce and a global cease fire, international courts and education to help strengthen the peace
Actions to Take: I would like world leaders and all humanity to read my website at http://goingforaglobaltruce.com/ and see my video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xj3Rlmmy1Y0 I would like a treaty to be sponsored into the United Nations calling for International Peace EVERY Day For Global Truce and Global Cease Fire. I call for the strengthening the courts and education and the adoption of many of the 500 ideas recommended to strengthen the peace every day.
Comments: Please write, pray and say "May Peace Prevail on Earth and Let It Begin With Me" now and at least twice per day, when you wake and just before you go to sleep. Please write a list of non violent actions you can take to help Peace to Prevail on Earth and then please take those non violent actions. Please reply to my website at http://goingforaglobaltruce.com/ and write your pledge to uphold a global truce and global cease fire in your non violent actions and in your words. Please advocate for world leaders to submit this treaty into the United Nations and to have it passed and adhered to for the sake of all life on Earth. Humanity must do away with all war before all war does away with all humanity.

 

Goodheart Orientation and Development Initiative

Mission & Activitiies: To engage the government of Nigeria, both Federal and state to help the youths to development their minds and provide the right infrastructure that will help them to be useful to the society.
Main Focus Area: Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Other Focus Area(s): Foundation
Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 4 – Economic Justice
Theme 5 – Health
Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Theme 7 – Women
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 9 – Freedom
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 
Actions to Take: People should be ready to work hard to develop themselves, while they government should be ready to provide the necessary infrastructures, environment and supports that will help the youths grow to be useful to the society and become the leaders of tomorrow.

 

Grassroots and Gender Development Center

Mission & Activitiies: Grassroots and Gender Development Center (GGDC) is a Non-Governmental Organization endowed with a large task of supporting grassroots development in Nigeria. It focuses on improving the livelihood of the community through participatory and transformative programs and advocate for policies to protect the rights of vulnerable groups. It seeks to build a platform of concerned individuals and organizations to address the challenges of women, girls and children and take action for change. GGDC serve its target communities and partners with unbiased working experience and provide high quality technical strategies designed for long term impact. We collaborate with other existing like minded organizations to achieve the Millennium Development Goals. We hopes to intensify communication and increase the representation of issues related to women's health and rights within their grassroots communities. Our Mission is to improve the lives of vulnerable groups and increase awareness on emerging issues through participatory and transformative programs for sustainable development. Our Vision: A society where women and men have equal access to opportunities and resources to participate effectively in their own developmen
Main Focus Area: Theme 5 – Health
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 5 – Health
Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Theme 7 – Women
Theme 8 – Human Rights
 
Actions to Take: Educate young people on conflict resolution and peace building

 

Heaven on Earth Creations
http://www.globalizedsoul.org

Mission & Activitiies: Human Peace, harmony, and wisdom
Main Focus Area: Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Actions to Take: Actions that I would like people to take is to watch films, and write about eternal peace.

 

Human Technologies Global Inc
http://www.human-technologies.com

Mission & Activitiies: Our mission is to wake up the human in each of us such that we can do what we are on this planet to accomplish.
Main Focus Area: Theme 9 – Freedom
Other Focus Area(s): Other
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Integrity and Clear, Clean Communication

 

I Came Through
http://www.icamethrough.com

Mission & Activitiies: The organizations main mission in thsi is to focus on the well being of the human being.
Main Focus Area: Theme 5 – Health
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 5 – Health
 
Actions to Take: Actions that should take is to tell stories about each other, expressing each otheres characteristics, and to diversify each human being for what they stand for.

 

IHAN International Health Awareness Network
http://www.ihan.org

Mission & Activitiies: To educate, empower and provide health care to women and children with a focus on under served socioeconomic groups. To develop, fund and implement health projects, i.e. mass immunization, primary health care screening, treatment and educational workshops. To work with the United Nations and other organizations to advocate and implement programs and policies that improve women’s and children’s health and quality of life. To participate in international and national health-related development conferences.
Main Focus Area: Theme 5 – Health
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 7 – Women
Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
 

 

Initiative Radio with Angela McKenzie
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Initiative-Radio-with-Angela-McKenzie/106581202712373

Mission & Activitiies: Initiative Radio with Angela McKenzie features for profits, non-profits, individuals of repute & the not-so-famous who are professionally & personally obligated to making a difference in the community and the world at large.
Main Focus Area: Theme 9 – Freedom
Other Focus Area(s): Media, Culture and the Arts
 
Actions to Take: Devote an entire edition of their programming to the event.
Comments: Initiative Radio is prepared to devote an edition of the show to spotlight the event and some of its' participants.

 

Integral Yoga Institute
http://iyiny.org

Mission & Activitiies: The goal of Integral Yoga, and the birthright of every individual, is to realize the spiritual unity behind all the diversity in the entire creation and to live harmoniously as members of one universal family.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
 

 

Intenational Health Awareness Network
http://www.ihan.org

Mission & Activitiies: The MISSION OF IHAN is to provide educational programs and health care for women that will make a sustainable contribution to their efforts to attain gender equity, social justice and economic viability for themselves, their children, families and community. Health Awareness demands education, understanding of multiple factors in the environment and confidence in one's own ability to strive toward health. IHAN projects such as educational workshops, mass immunization, health screening and referral are developed contextually with grass-roots leaders and peoples as well as congruence with national/international bodies and the United Nations.
Main Focus Area: Theme 5 – Health
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 4 – Economic Justice
Theme 5 – Health
Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Theme 7 – Women
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Gender equity Education Social Justice

 

Interfaith Peace-building Initative

Mission & Activitiies: Interfaith Peace-building Initiative is a peace organization based in Addis Ababa which is working to promote trust building, the culture of peace, Interfaith Cooperation, reconciliation, healing and the teaching of the Golden Rule. It is a member organization of United Religions Initiative and also affiliated with the Department of Public Information of the United Nations
Main Focus Area: Values, Ethics and Spirit
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 4 – Economic Justice
Theme 10 – Disarmament
Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Media, Culture and the Arts
Values, Ethics and Spirit
Other
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Promoting a culture of peace, interfaith and inter-cultural harmony through the teaching of the Golden Role which says " Treat others the way you want to be treated"
Actions to Take: To live according to the teaching of the Golden Rule
Comments: Dear Citizens of the world On the occasion of the celebration of the 11 Days of a Global Unity, I send you greetings of peace, light and best wishes. As we are celebrating these Global Unity Days, I pray for the creator of the universe to open our hearts and minds to understand the uniqueness of each one of us and to pour out the spirit of unconditional love, Compassion and to understand and fully embrace the idea that, though we are people from different faiths, traditions, culture and color we all are part of one human family with the common principle of the Golden Rule. One of the most important missions for humanity at this stage must be to bring people together with the shared goal of creating a peaceful world for all to live in. Our world is coming together and as such all nations are our close neighbors and our wellbeing increasingly depends on how well we interact and live together with others based on the teaching of the Golden Rule which says “ Treat others the way you want to be treated” In this interrelated and globalized world we need the Golden Rule more than ever as it is a fundamental human value needed today as the basis for co-existence. We need to make it the first article of our faith and the last article of our creed as the Golden Rule is not an option – it’s the key to our common survival. The Golden Rule is the way to manifest world interfaith harmony in the world and it is one practical action that leads us from war to peace, from killing each other to co-existence, from disrespect to honoring each other, from hate to love, from despair to hope, from darkness to light, from being selfish to living for the sake of others and from revenge to forgiveness. Each and every one of us needs to practice and exert all our effort to be a peaceful person. We need to acknowledge that peace is only possible in the world when each and every one of us start to make peace within ourselves, families and in our respective communities. Each of us needs to commit ourselves as best as we can to become a non-violent and make personal pledges for peace. We need to focus on what we can do in a practical term to change the things we can change than talking about things we cannot change. And I am happy to be part of a movement like United Religions Initiative and Interfaith Peace-building Initiative and to be able to work with people like you from all over the world who decide to be part of the solution and take concrete action to bring positive change in the world by living according to the value of Golden Rule and Compassion for all. By promoting interfaith cooperation and engaging in inter-religious constructive dialogue we learn to respect one another. We learn to appreciate both our differences and the common values that bind us to one another like the Golden Rule. We need to recognize pluralism and respect diversity. Pluralism is an obvious fact of life. As it is has been stated mutual understanding is no longer a luxury but an absolute prerequisite for peace and co-existence in the world. If we truly want to open a new chapter in human history and see a new world based on a culture of peace and social justice, I believe it is high time to promote the Golden Rule throughout the world as it is a fundamental principle that addresses critical issues such as democracy, human rights, respect for each other, gender equity, social development, interfaith harmony, constructive dialogue among nations, violent conflict prevention and building right human relationships. It is with this core values in mind that in 2007 through the Interfaith Peace-building Initiative (IPI) we declared April 5 as a “Golden Rule Day” and called upon all citizens of the world, religious leaders of the world, mayors of the world, heads of state of the world, the United Nations, the African Union, the European Union, the League of Arab States, interfaith organizations, schools, higher learning institutions, the business community and civil society to join IPI in proclaiming this day as International Golden Rule Day and to live accordingly to make this world a better and ethical place for all. Currently I am working to get the United Nations to proclaim the Golden Rule Day. In addition to this we also started in 2007 a Golden Rule Goodwill Ambassador program to highlight the need for the Golden Rule in the world to promote a culture of peace, interfaith harmony and a Global Ethic. Since 2007 every year we honor an individual or organization with Golden Rule Medal and appoint Goodwill Ambassador. Let us be instruments of peace and a living example of the teaching of the Golden Rule. Let us walk the talk by taking practical action in supporting the initiative of Karen Armstrong Charter for Compassion which is the base for the Golden Rule. May Peace, Golden Rule and Compassion Prevail in our Heart, Mind, Family, Community, Country and the World. In Peace and Gratitude Ambassador Mussie Hailu Board Chairman of Interfaith Peace-building Initiative

 

International health awareness network

Mission & Activitiies: To help empower women through health and education.
Main Focus Area: Theme 5 – Health
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 5 – Health
 
Actions to Take: Become educated on the many difficulties woman and men face all around te world and try to make even the slightest changes to help those less fortunate.

 

Irthlingz Arts-Based Environmental Education 501(c)(3)
http://www.irthlingz.org

Mission & Activitiies: Our mission at Irthlingz is to engage, educate, inspire and empower people to become active stewards of the Earth. We use music, theater and video to wake people up to their environment so pleasantly they don't mind being awakened.
Main Focus Area: Theme 3 – Environment
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 3 – Environment
 
Actions to Take: Do something to improve energy efficiency in your house, and something to promote or learn about renewable energy in your community. Make up a little song about what you did or learned and share it with your friends and family.
Comments: I applaud the ongoing inspired efforts of We, the World and the 11 Days of Global Unity! We're getting closer! Don't give up! Sing, laugh, dance, mourn, cry, rest, love yourself and everyone!

 

JOUNALITES POUR LE SOUTIEN DES COMMUNAUTES AFRICAINES AUX DROITS HUMAINS
http://ABENO.COM

Mission & Activitiies: DEFENSE ET PROMOUVOIR LES DROITS HUMAINS
Main Focus Area: Theme 8 – Human Rights
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 8 – Human Rights
 
Additional Focus Area(s): ALL
Comments: GOOD

 

Kids Think Big
http://www.kidsthinkbig.com

Mission & Activitiies: To promote education and to promote the "green" world by getting children, and the youth strongly involved.
Main Focus Area: Theme 3 – Environment
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 6 – Children & Youth
 
Actions to Take: Actions that people should take is to get educated on this matter by advertising, assocaitaing oneself taht work on matters such as these, like Al Gore.

 

Knockanrawley Resource Centre

Mission & Activitiies: To enable & empower individuals and groups, through the process of self-development and working together, to identify and make changes that enhance their lives and the community in general
Main Focus Area: Theme 8 – Human Rights
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 4 – Economic Justice
Theme 5 – Health
Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Theme 7 – Women
Theme 9 – Freedom
Theme 10 – Disarmament
Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
 

 

Lady Liberty Quality of Life Brigade Shining River Press
http://www.ladylibertyqualityoflifebrigade.com

Mission & Activitiies: Lady Liberty, of course, has all the concerns of the poor, tired, hungry, etc. Besides this, priority goals are: (1)a musical instrument in the hands of every child (2) mental health-no longer medicate the prophets and those with special gifts to discern beyond the physical. Shining River Press will go all over the world singing, dancing from sea to shining sea gathering beauty, understanding, knowledge instruction from many pens, musicians, artists,poets, teachers, gardeners, etc.--some from the distant past, some from the present and some from the emerging future.
Main Focus Area: Theme 2 – Interdependence
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 4 – Economic Justice
Theme 5 – Health
Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Theme 7 – Women
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 9 – Freedom
Theme 10 – Disarmament
Theme 11 – The International Day of Pea
Additional Focus Area(s): There's a Hebrew word: Tikkun. Everyone is said to have a "tikkun"--something they are supposed to do "to heal, repair,and transform the world." We must help each other do what we are put on this earth to do.
Actions to Take: Take time to be in the silence--to walk in nature--to listen to the angels--listen to one another--to know the importance of: forgive and be forgiven--to do one's inner work--not to jump to judgment--but let the angels show you the whole picture. Helen Keller said, "Although the world is full of suffering, it is full also of the recovering of it."
Comments: Music and Art are not superfluous--they are needed and those with such gifts should not be stifled. Even if a person does not become proficient, the musical training will be very beneficial. This program will greatly lesson crime. Prisoners should also be given music lessons. There is great power in music and singing and dancing will transform the world.

 

Live Peace International
http://facebook

Mission & Activitiies: Live Peace Woodstock/Live Peace International has been celebrating the Summer of Peace 2012 with a concert series and walk for peace on Hiroshima day. Our closing concert is on 9/21--ONE LOVE!
Main Focus Area: Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
 
Actions to Take: coordinate events with us-- we will do a Thich Nhat Hanh walking meditation and a world peace meditation at 7:00 a on 9/21--join us wherever you are!
Comments: "Peace is Every Step"

 

London Playback Theatre
http://www.claudiavau.com

Mission & Activitiies: London Playback Theatre Company works with audiences in the telling and re-playing of their stories. We offer performances and workshops which provide a safe space for individual voices to be heard and collective themes to emerge. Through the spontaneity and vibrancy of improvisational techniques, we create theatre which engages audiences – body, mind and spirit. Our work offers opportunities for participants to deepen their understanding of each other and to develop authentic ways of communicating. We honour the multiplicity of voices in any group or context. On Thursday, September 13th, London Playback Theatre performs at Essex Curch, in London, as part of THE FORGIVENESS PROJECT, a week-long exhibition and programme of events to promote forgiveness, which will be theme of our performance. The event will also include a free Playback Theatre workshop and the performance will feature artwork by painter Heidi Ferid. VENUE: Essex Church 112 Palace Gardens Terrace London W8 4RT PROGRAMME: - 2:00pm - 5:00pm: Introducing Playback Theatre – a Workshop, with Veronica Needa. - 7:00pm - 9:00pm: Playback Theatre performance on “Forgiveness”, by London Playback Theatre.
Main Focus Area: Media, Culture and the Arts
Other Focus Area(s): Values, Ethics and Spirit
Other
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Forgiveness
Actions to Take: London Playback Theatre invites you to forgive and share stories of forgiveness, so we can bring them to live again, help them resonate and spread like ripples across the water.

 

Mama Donna Henes, Urban Shaman
http://www.DonnaHenes.net

Mission & Activitiies: As shamans in every culture always have, I create contemporary rituals for my community which I consider to be all of humanity. My role is that of catalyst: organizing and instigating innovative, de-mystified systems for creative public interaction, celebration and communion. I produce eco-ceremonies promoting spiritual interconnectivity and reverence for our mutual Mother Earth. 9/11 CHANTS FOR PEACE * CHANCE FOR PEACE 9/23 DRUMMING IN THE DARK: AUTUMN EQUINOX SUNSET CEREMONY
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
 
Actions to Take: We each must be response-able for the energy that we project. Everything we do or say matters. And everything we do not do or say matters.
Comments: I believe that the only thing that can save our Earth from our own shortsighted and selfish attitudes and actions is for us to start thinking of ourselves as the planet. It is time for us to join together as inter=dependent partners, as inter=connected members of our families and communities, as co=existent inhabitants of the earth, and as co=creators of our mutual future.

 

Mediyak
http://www.mediyak.com

Mission & Activitiies: At Mediyak we are dedicated to helping improve awareness of health options and opportunities. We feel the best way to do this is to improve communication and inclusivity to better connect the healthcare community. Mediyak integrates all traditions of healthcare, and all people involved in one integrative community. Members of the Mediyak community include healthcare providers, health seekers, students, educational institutions and others interested in or providing services to the healthcare community. We all have information to share, and things to learn. Is something ailing you? Do you need help? Do you have something to offer? Maybe you are a healthcare provider offering healing to your patients. Maybe you teach classes helping us to become and stay healthier. Maybe you need to find out more about these opportunities. Come join Mediyak and help us all to share health!
Main Focus Area: Theme 5 – Health
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 5 – Health
 
Actions to Take: Please come sign up and join the Mediyak community. It's free!
Comments: Thank you for this opportunity to share the mission of Mediyak. Health and healthcare is essential for all of us. We the World has a beautiful vision, and we are very happy to be able to play a part. Mediyak is dedicated to increase communication in the health community, of which we are all a part.

 

Montessori teacher

Main Focus Area: Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 4 – Economic Justice
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Montessori Education

 

Mouvman Peyizan lomon M.P.L

Mission & Activitiies: Education for all child in Lhomond area
Main Focus Area: Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Additional Focus Area(s): Development in Rural society
Actions to Take: Help for a better world
Comments: Work together for a better world .

 

Musicians & Fine Artists for World Peace
http://www.butterflyspirit.org

Mission & Activitiies: Our events will lend support to election reforms such as campaign financing, clean elections, the reform of the Electoral College system and Congressman Dennis Kucinich's proposal for a cabinet level Department of Peace that is being promoted by the Peace Alliance, www.thepeacealliance.org We are working to support a U.S. cabinet level Department of Peace because its goals include the creating of a national peace and nonviolence curriculum for school children and adults, programs to address the cycle of abuse and violence that threaten domestic and community environments, as well as finding new solutions to resolve international conflicts.
Main Focus Area: Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 4 – Economic Justice
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 9 – Freedom
Theme 10 – Disarmament
Media, Culture and the Arts
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 
Actions to Take: All are welcome to come to our FIRST ANNUAL CLEAR CREEK FESTIVAL FOR PEACE AND FREEDOM - September 3rd through September 11th, 2011 The Festival will be broadcast on Peace Day TV, the United Nations "Peace Day" site, and with numerous other collaborators allowing the event to reach a combined viewing audience of 200 million. The RockPile Amphitheatre is located on State Road 99 and Clear Creek, just a few miles southeast of Winslow, Arizona. Our goal is to work with the Clear Creek Association for the Arts, Inc. (a not for profit organization) to create an inclusive center for the arts. Here not only will we be able to offer entertainment via the performing arts, but show the art of our region to the world. The artists will reach out to educate the next generation of artists. Eventually, we hope to be a benefit to the region, offering our services to create a tourism base that will drive the economy. What we are endeavoring to do will take community involvement at all levels to guarantee success. Lend a hand, and build a future for our area. 50% of the net profit will go directly into the surrounding community to enhance the quality of life of those in need, and sponsor the arts. Ivan Sidney has come on board to lend a hand, along with the Hopi representatives for tourism. Ivan was Tribal Chairman of the Hopi Tribe at one time, and is well connected in the community. He, also, plays with "The Clansmen" band, and will be on stage at the Festival. With Ivan many bridges came into place. Whereas, the Hopi were already playing a small part in the festival, now they will play a major roll. Everything is as it should be. My personal thanks go out to Alford "Al" Jackson, Alan Moore of Musicians and Artists for Peace, Nashville Musicians and Artists for Peace, Peace Day TV, Stephen Fantl, Executive Director, Wild Oats Records, Steve Haggard, Heidi Little, Essra Mohawk, Garry Jackson, Randall Merryman, Todd Roth, and numerous others for their help and advise on this project. I would also like to acknowledge Winslow City Councilman Tom Chacon for his advice and help, and Navajo County District III Supervisor, J. R. DeSpain for the same. With all of this help, and the miraculous events that have helped create The RockPile Amphitheatre, we can only succeed! If I have forgotten someone I do apologize, but this list will grow as we work towards the festival. For those who wish to help sponsor the First Annual Clear Creek Festival for Peace and Freedom a bank account has been setup. Please, send you donations to: Clear Creek Festival for Peace and Freedom, P.O. Box 640, Winslow, AZ 86047 For more details please see http://passion.edu/elearn/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=116 and www.rockpileamphitheater.com Douglas Kilburg, CEO - The RockPile Amphitheatre & Promotions, LLC President - Clear Creek Association for the Arts, Inc. (a not for profit) Questions? Doug - Cell 928-386-1429, Email douglask@cableone.net This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Alan - Cell 415-424-7238 Email bflyspirit8@aol.com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Comments: We would be honored if any musicians, performers, authors, speakers, organizations, etc. would accept our invitation to join Musicians & Artists for Peace. We can then link to you on our members page at http://passion.edu/elearn/mod/resource/view.php?id=1612 Please let me know exactly how you want to be listed, the links to use, your full name, mailing address (at least city, state & zip) & phone number. Our 3550+ members in 64 countries include Van Jones, Dr. Wayne Dyer, Patch Adams, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Jean Houston, Marianne Williamson, Ram Dass, Alex Grey, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Melanie, Donovan, Patti LaBelle, Paul Krassner, Wavy Gravy, Pete Seeger, James Twyman, Michael Franti, Melba Moore, Holly Near, Country Joe, the New Rascals, Willie Nelson's Peace Research Institute, Dennis Kucinich & Barbara Lee. See full list at www.butterflyspirit.org/projects/mfawp_list.php Our mission and history is at http://passion.edu/elearn/mod/resource/view.php?id=1303 We organized an Iraq War protest spelling out Make Love Not War with over 100 nude people in San Francisco in 2003. Story & pic at http://passion.edu/elearn/mod/resource/view.php?id=1323 For the 40th Anniversary of Woodstock, we did a butterfly release at West Fest in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park on Sunday, October 25, 2009. Please see www.2b1records.com/woodstock40sf May Peace Prevail on Earth & In Space! Alan Moore Musicians & Fine Artists for World Peace - Founder & director www.butterflyspirit.org and www.myspace.com/musiciansforpeace PO Box 1511, Vallejo, Ca 94590 3274 #C Andrea Street, Las Vegas, NV 89102 415-424-7238 bflyspirit8@aol.com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

National Association of Students Against Violence Everywhere
http://www.nationalsave.org

Mission & Activitiies: The National Association of Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE), Inc. is a public nonprofit organization striving to decrease the potential for violence in our schools and communities by promoting meaningful student involvement, education and service opportunities in efforts to provide safer environments for youth. SAVE Chapters will be encouraged to conduct activities in their schools and communities during the 11 days of change.
Main Focus Area: Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 6 – Children & Youth
 
Actions to Take: Encourage, empower, educate, and engage youth in their schools and communities to make a difference!

 

Network of Spiritual Progressives - NYC chapter
http://spiritualprogressives.org

Mission & Activitiies: The Network of Spiritual Progressives welcomes secular humanists, atheists and people who are “spiritual but not religious” as well as people from every religious community who share the values of love, generosity, creativity, wonder and a commitment to respect one another. Spirituality is personal but not a private matter; it is about how we treat each other and how we live our lives. OUR VALUES AND VISION We recognize that our well being depends on the well-being of everyone else on the planet and the well being of the Earth. We seek a world in which all of life is shaped by peace, fairness, environmental sanity, love, care for one another, care for the Earth, generosity, compassion, respect for diversity and differences, and celebration of the miraculous universe shape. To realize such a world, we seek a New Bottom Line so that institutions, corporations, social practices, government policies, our educational system, our legal system, our medical system and even our personal behavior is judged efficient, rational and productive to the extent that each one maximizes love, caring, kindness, generosity, ethical and ecologically sensitive behavior and enhances both our capacity to respond to others as embodiments of the sacred and to the universe with awe, wonder, and radical amazement at the grandeur and mystery of all being. We understand that getting these kinds of changes requires a deep understanding of the individualism, materialism and ethos of “looking out for number one” that is daily infused into people by our need to adjust our consciousness to the dynamics of the world of work where we make a living for ourselves and families, and by the cheerleaders for the established order who shape our educational and media institutions. Yet we also know that there is a deep yearning in most people for a world of love and real human connection, a yearning for a meaning to life that transcends material well-being and ties us to the ongoing unfolding of spirit and consciousness and to the inherent interdependence and love that permeates and inspires all being. We affirm this hunger for meaning and purpose in life, and we endeavor to help secular progressives understand the vital importance of explicitly addressing those yearnings which are at this point largely being addressed (although in distorted form) only by the most ultra-nationalist, materialist and militarist forces in our society. We are optimistic that this hunger for authentic being can empower a majority of people in the United States and in the world to break out of the illusions that we are fed daily by the powerful. We exist to reassure people that as they take steps in that direction, and inevitably face critiques from others who tell them that their desire for a world of love and generosity is a utopian illusion that is totally “unrealistic,” they will be able to find support from a group of spiritual progressives who realize that the goal is not to be “realistic” and accommodate to “what is,” but rather to transform ‘what is’ into what is actually needed – environmental sanity, fairness, non-violence and love – in order for us and the Earth to survive in the 21st century. By whatever name you call the sacred, or whether for you the sacred has no name, if you share the values at the heart of the Network of Spiritual Progressives, you’re welcome here.
Main Focus Area: Values, Ethics and Spirit
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 4 – Economic Justice
Theme 5 – Health
Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Theme 7 – Women
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 9 – Freedom
Theme 10 – Disarmament
Theme 11 – The International Day of Pea
Actions to Take: Join the NYC chapter of NSP (email Nanette at NHSchorr@earthlink.net This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) Join the national NSP (spiritualprogressives.org)

 

New Generastion Outreach

Main Focus Area: Theme 3 – Environment
Other Focus Area(s): Foundation
Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 4 – Economic Justice
Theme 5 – Health
Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Theme 7 – Women
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 9 – Freedom
Theme 10 – Disarmament
Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
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Additional Focus Area(s): Education

 

NYC Friends of Clearwater
http://nycfriendsofclearwater.org

Mission & Activitiies: NYCFC uses a positive approach to environmental action. It is not enough to point out the problems; we must find solutions. We meet with public and private agencies. We run letter writing and petitioning drives. WE CAN IMPROVE our city, our region, and our world. New York City Friends of Clearwater, Inc. educates members and the community on environmental issues that include protecting and preserving the Hudson River, NY Harbor, related waterways, stopping hydrofracking, closing Indian Point nuclear threat, clean drinking water, and life in and around these waters and shores. We seek to do this with a good dose of celebration and song.
Main Focus Area: Theme 3 – Environment
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 3 – Environment
 
Actions to Take: People need to realize that they have the ability to effect change. Write a letter, or an email or make a call. Respond to a media story with an online comment. Learn more than you do now. Take advantage of all the organizations offering information and analysis of what is really going on. Talk to your neighbor. Every little action is a lot. Feel empowered!
Comments: NYCFC is glad to participate in coalition building to the betterment of the environment.

 

OneHeart Movement
http://oneheartmovement.com

Mission & Activitiies: OneHeart Movement “Change the World" Tele-Summit is a global gathering of like-minded beings coming together to celebrate One Heart, One Humanity and One Planet. The OneHeart Movement’s mission is to bring about a planetary shift in the collective consciousness by focused intention, meditation, and the power of prayer. The OneHeart Movement was created in the Spirit of building a virtual global community of evolutionary souls pioneeering and building a new field of collective consciousness, a field in which we are all connected, right here, no matter where we are in the world physically, WE, by showing up, are all HERE, non-local, omnipresent, connecting Heart to Heart, at a global scale to the ONEHEART. These are exciting and challenging times and we find ourselves at the dawn of an age that our humanity has never faced before. We feel a sense of community, a connection, that we are not alone, and that there is HOPE. We feel a VIBE that transcends age, gender, culture, geography, it is the Spiritually Guided Life Force within, and that together we have the power to create a new story for humanity, a Sacred Story for the conscious evolution of the planet. OneHeart, One Humanity, One Planet. www.oneheartmovement.com for more information.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Other
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Spirituality
Actions to Take: Join the OneHeart Movement "Change the World" Tele-Summit, and offer your focued intentions, meditations and prayers to raise the collective consciousness on the planet so that all beings may live in Love, Peace and Harmony. One Hour, Once a Week, OneHeart, One Humanity, One Planet.
Comments: May Love Restore the Balance.

 

Orange County Interfaith Coalition for the Environment
http://www.ocice.org

Mission & Activitiies: The Orange County Interfaith Coalition for the Environment educates, raises awareness, and empowers people to actively protect and preserve creation through responsible stewardship.
Main Focus Area: Theme 3 – Environment
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 
Additional Focus Area(s): OCICE educates Faith Leaders so that they will take the message of earth stewardship back to their congregations.
Actions to Take: Start a dialogue in your house of worship to educate your congregation of our responsibility to care for the earth. You may do this by any of the following: 1. Show a movie about the environmental crisis 2. Host a symposium 3. Facilitate a study (i.e., The Low Carbon Diet or Bill McKibben's study based on his book "A New Eaarth.")

 

Org

Main Focus Area: Theme 7 – Women
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 6 – Children & Youth
 

 

Orphans for Christ in Africa
http://orphansforchristinafrica.giving.officelive.com

Mission & Activitiies: Orphans for Christ in Africa (OCA), is non-sectarian, non-denominational Christian Childcare and youth Development Organisation (NGO), supporting orphans, vulnerable children and disadvantaged youth and their communities in Uganda. We seek to stand as a voice for the parentless children & youth in communities all over Uganda. OCA cares for orphans and disadvantaged children and youth in orphanages, children’s homes and through foster family care programmes. OCA depends entirely on the generous support from private individual, families, volunteers, organisations, foundations, friends and well-wishers from all over the world. Mission: Orphans for Christ in Africa exists with a mission to rescue disadvantaged children, releasing them from the bondage of poverty and misery, improving their physical well-being, enhancing their education opportunities, providing safe them shelter and granting each one equal opportunity to discover, explore, develop and realize their God-given full potential. Holistic Approach to Child Care & Support: OCA defines an orphan as a child who has lost either one or both parents. This broader definition was adopted by UNICEF in response to the AIDS pandemic and highlights the plight of impoverished children with one remaining parent who may have difficulty providing for them. The terms "single orphan" and "double orphan" are used to provide clarity when referring to orphans who have lost one parent and both parents respectively. All OCA staff and volunteers treat all children under our care with love and respect just as they would their own children. OCA does not tolerate any emotional, verbal, physical and/or sexual abuse of children. We endeavour to protect all children under our care from any form of abuse to the best of our ability. We report to the proper authorities any allegations of child abuse that come to our attention We endeavour to meet both physical and spiritual needs of all children and youth under our care as part of our holistic approach to child support. We provide shelter in orphanages for homeless children , early childhood education, food and clothing, health care, life skills and vocational training, Computer & ICT Skill training, child sponsorships , in-kind support, and spiritual teaching, to orphans, vulnerable disadvantaged children ages 2-12 years, and disadvantaged youth ages 13-17 years, both boys and girls. Our Spiritual Nourishment and Development OCA is a non-sectarian, non-denominational, Evangelical Christian organisation, duly registered in Uganda as a Christian NGO. OCA subscribes to the Historical Evangelical Christian Faith, as contained in both the Old and New Testament Scriptures (the Holy Bible). We thus, work in partnership with all other Evangelical Christian Churches, organizations and groups from around the world. (Our Statement of Faith can be availed to you on request). We get involved in the spiritual work providing spiritual nourishment and development to children and youth and all people OCA ministers to in the hope that each one will enter into a personal commitment and intimate relationship with the Lord. This we do through daily time of prayer, Bible reading and worship, Bible clubs, music dance and drama activities, Bible study fellowships, weekend Bible clubs, Sunday worship services, and by sharing the gospel one-on-one and with groups in communities where we work and through sports evangelism. Current Orphan Care Programmes & Projects: In 2011/2012, OCA is focusing resources in the following areas of Great Need: Orphanages & Children’s Homes OCA runs Tororo Children's Home, with 60 orphans ages 3-12 years, in Tororo town, and Kamwokya Child Support Centre, supporting another 60 orphans ages 3-12, in Kamwokya Slum of Kampala city. The centers provide loving and safe environment for the children to live an attend school. Financial support helps provide for the daily meals for the children of at least 3 meals per day, medical care, beddings, clothing, shoes, and recreational activities. Child Sponsorship Through the help of child sponsors, and donors, we provide educational sponsorship to school age children: paying for their school fees, school uniforms, supplies and equipment, meals at school and transportation to and from school. Donors can offer to sponsor a child or a number of children in school for a year or two more years, and/or offer to provide long-term sponsorship to a particular child or children of your choice. Donors can also offer to provide financial and /or material support for an entire orphanage(s). Life Skills and Vocational Training Currently, OCA is running two Computer & ICT skills training Centres, one in Kampala and another in Tororo Centers. The ICT Skills training provides ICT Skills in Microsoft Office Programs (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher), and communications skills covering Internet and the World Wide Webb, Web designing and development, computer repair and maintenance, among others. Our future plan is to include carpentry and joinery skills, tailoring and dressmaking skills, catering skills, and music, dance and drama skills. Donors can offer to provide funding to sponsor an individual child/youth to acquire these skills or offer to support several children or sponsor a full class of 25 students to learn ICT skills for a one 4-months semester training program. Hope for Kids Christmas Gift Celebrations: Each year, OCA hold an annual Hope for Kids Christmas Gifts Party celebration that take place every December 23, a few days before Christmas. The objective of this project is to provide tangible Christmas gifts and presents to disadvantaged children at the orphanages to enable them share in the joy and blessing of Christmas. Donors can offer to provide funding to purchase Christmas gifts for the children in Uganda, provide gifts in-kind, offer to provide funding for shipping donated goods or provide funds for purchasing foodstuff and beverages for the children attending the event. Volunteer Placements OCA offers volunteer opportunities for individuals, families, groups, or teams to volunteer with us in orphanages and children homes and youth programs and projects that benefit orphaned children and disadvantaged youth and their communities in Uganda. Volunteer placements are both short-term (2 weeks - 5 months) and long-term (6-12 months), but can be longer or shorter, depending on a volunteer’s time frame, and are organized throughout the year. Placements are in orphanages in Kampala city, Tororo Town, eastern Uganda, Arua town, north-western Uganda (West Nile region), and in Gulu town (northern Uganda), and projects include working in Orphanages and children’s homes, teaching in orphan schools, teaching ICT Skills to children and youth, and helping in other community care projects.
Main Focus Area: Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 4 – Economic Justice
Theme 7 – Women
Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Media, Culture and the Arts
Values, Ethics and Spirit
Other
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Spiritual nourishment and Development
Actions to Take: OCA is seeking partners to help support the orphans and vulnerable children in Uganda, through OCA's Childcare and support programs in Uganda. We are calling upon individuals, families, groups, churches, organizations, companies, volunteers, friends and well-wishers, from all over the world to consider supporting the children at OCA ran orphanages in Uganda. Most of these children have lost one or both parents due to HIV/AIDS, and have no support from mature adult to care for them. The orphanages aim at improving the lives of the most impoverished orphan children in Uganda. Orphans for Christ in Africa (OCA) also offers volunteer opportunities for individuals, families, groups, and teams from all over the world, to come to Uganda and volunteer with in orphanages and children centres and youth projects in Uganda. Volunteer placements are both short-term (2 weeks-3 months) and long-term (4-12 months), but can be longer, depending on the volunteer’s time frame, and are organized throughout the year. OCA is seeking short-term and long-term volunteers to help in orphanages and to teach computer skills at OCA's IT Skills training centers in Kampala and Iganga. For more information, please email us at: ocauganda@gmail.com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
Comments: Orphans for Christ in Africa (OCA) cares for orphans, vulnerable children and disadvantaged youth and communities in Uganda. OCA depends entirely on the generous donations and support from private individual, families groups, volunteers, organizations, foundations, friends and well-wishers from all over the world. We are grateful for your support. Your gift in any amount is highly appreciated.

 

Oxfam America
http://oxfamamerica.org

Mission & Activitiies: Oxfam America is an international relief and development organization that creates lasting solutions to poverty, hunger, and injustice. Together with individuals and local groups in more than 90 countries, Oxfam saves lives, helps people overcome poverty, and fights for social justice. As part of GROW, our new food justice camapign, Oxfam America is celebrating World Food Day (October 16th) with a series of activities nation-wide. We hope you'll join us.
Main Focus Area: Theme 4 – Economic Justice
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 3 – Environment
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Hunger, Women, Human Rights
Actions to Take: We would like people to hold a Sunday Dinner Conversation on World Food Day (October 16) to talk to friends, family and community about food justice. You can find resources for these dinner conversatons--placemats, recipe cards and a discussion guide--at www.oxfamamerica.org/worldfoodday starting September 7th.

 

Parrots for Peace
http://parrotsforpeace.org

Mission & Activitiies: A family of blue and gold macaws knows as the Parrots for Peace, the Rainforest Ambassadors and Spokes Avians for Nature and Wildlife are also the Nuclear Family for Alternative Energy. They are avian activists speaking to humans from their viewpoint of perserving pristine water and environment. Sustainability conversations arise when children and families have their photos made with the mother, (Merlin), father, (Mr. Baby), and their 2 year old son, (Peace-nik) to educate in a one on one experience with joy, fun and participation.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 4 – Economic Justice
Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 9 – Freedom
Theme 10 – Disarmament
Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Media, Culture and the Arts
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Interconnectedness of all life forms as a part of a living Gaia so that animals, nature and all peoples live in harmony. Emphasis of extending inalienable human rights to that of Mother Earth and all sentient beings.
Actions to Take: Awareness that animals and nature are to be treated with respect and that we are stewards in our relationship with other forms of life.
Comments: May there be peace between all people, animals and nature living in harmony with our one mother....Earth.

 

Pax Christi Metro New York
http://www.nypaxchristi.org

Mission & Activitiies: Pax Christi Metro New York (PCMNY) upholds peacemaking as a critical imperative of the Christian calling. It attests to the inseparable bond between peace and justice. Through prayer, study, and action, PCMNY animates the personal practice and public witness of Catholics in the greater New York metropolitan area in community with others committed to nonviolence.
Main Focus Area: Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 8 – Human Rights
 
Actions to Take: Pray for peace. Learn about the issues that are fueling conflict, e.g. corporate greed, environmental destruction, fear-mongering, power grabbing. Speak out, write letters, petition, invest in socially responsible ways, engage in responsible environmental behaviors, vote for candidates who support peace and social justice.
Comments: Pax Christi welcomes all to join in the hard, but rewarding work of peacemaking.

 

Peace Day TV
http://www.peaceday.tv

Mission & Activitiies: Broadcasting live events for humanitarian organizations
Main Focus Area: Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Media, Culture and the Arts
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Millennium Development Goals
Actions to Take: Broadcasting of WE events
Comments: Build Peace Through Sustainability

 

PEACE Institute International
http://peaceii.com

Mission & Activitiies: Thriving in PEACE: Prosperity, Equity, and Abundance through Cooperative Enterprise
Main Focus Area: Theme 2 – Interdependence
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 4 – Economic Justice
Other
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Practicing Permaculture
Actions to Take: Daily Practice of PEACE: we choose to acknowledge the harm caused by our ancestors, and our part in perpetuating that harm to this day. We seek to understand from individuals, communities, and cultures that have been harmed what they think needs to happen to repair that harm. We invest our time and energy "making it right" with them. We invite others to join with us in this pathway of peace.
Comments: PEACE

 

PeacePlace

Mission & Activitiies: To promote Peace on each breath. As we maintain our inner harmony we will embody Peace.
Main Focus Area: Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
 
Comments: We ARE all One in The One.

 

Periodontics Dental Implants
http://www.periodonticsdentalimplants.com/

Mission & Activitiies: Dental Implants- The perfect solution for people Who have lost teeth due to periodontal (gum) disease and have the correct amount of bone in the jaw
Main Focus Area: Theme 5 – Health
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 5 – Health
 

 

Personal Capacity

Main Focus Area: Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 10 – Disarmament
Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
 
Comments: I support the promotion of interdependence or as Thich Nhat Hahn would say - Interbeing. We are one, and we need to work together to fight the influence of the few.

 

Politics For A Human Community
http://www.meetup.com/NYC-PHC/://

Mission & Activitiies: We believe that to be human is to be interdependentand interconnected with all humanity. The absolute sacred nature of eachperson is the beginning and the end of a just society. The guiding principlesof all human interaction must be empathy and love.
Main Focus Area: Theme 2 – Interdependence
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 4 – Economic Justice
Theme 5 – Health
Theme 7 – Women
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 9 – Freedom
Theme 10 – Disarmament
 

 

Preferential Ballot Party
http://www.PreferentialBallotParty.org

Mission & Activitiies: To install it virtually instanteously for all the world, create true human unity &put an end to all war.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 10 – Disarmament
Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
 
Actions to Take: Actions that people should take is to promote disarmament organizations, and organizations that deal with Peace.

 

Prosperity for Eethiopia

Main Focus Area: Theme 3 – Environment

 

PURE NYC
http://www.purenyc.org

Mission & Activitiies: International community of dancers and musicians dedicated to positive change.
Main Focus Area: Media, Culture and the Arts
Other Focus Area(s): Other
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Dance

 

Rainforest ECObank
http://www.rainforestecobank.com

Mission & Activitiies: Rainforest ECObank assists organic native tree growers in the most endangered rainforest on earth - the Atlantic Rainforest in Brazil - 93% gone - to sell their trees at a fair trade price. Then, we GIVE those trees to local NGOs who give them to farmers who want to replant their degraded land. Together, WE PLANT HOPE.
Main Focus Area: Theme 3 – Environment
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 3 – Environment
 
Actions to Take: Please make a crowd-funding donation to help us buy more trees that we can give to our partners. This covers the cost of the trees, their transportation, and field maintenance for one year.
Comments: Thank you for renewing Life with us.

 

Roots & Shoots
http://www.facebook.com/PeaceDay.Kentucky

Mission & Activitiies: We are having the second annual Roots & Shoots International Day of Peace Celebration, which is a free public event co-hosted by Jane Goodall's youth program, Roots & Shoots, and Chance School. We are partnering with several organizations and businesses in the community in order to connect people of all ages who share a desire to create a better world. Activities include a peace dove parade, kids crafts and activities, musicians and entertainment, presentations and displays from many local organizations and businesses who support humanitarian and environmental efforts (peace education, reforestation and habitat restoration, conflict resolution, fair trade, social justice, animal welfare and conservation, International affairs, community advocacy), food and goods vendors who work with fair trade and sustainable products.
Main Focus Area: Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
 
Actions to Take: Please attend our event to show your support of making the world a better place.

 

Roots & Shoots - A program of the Jane Goodall Institute
http://www.rootsandshoots.org

Mission & Activitiies: Roots creep underground everywhere and make a firm foundation. Shoots seem very weak, but to reach the light, they can break open brick walls. Imagine that the brick walls are all the problems we have inflicted on our planet. Hundreds of thousands of roots & shoots, hundreds of thousands of young people around the world, can break through these walls. We CAN change the world. - Dr. Jane Goodall
Main Focus Area: Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 9 – Freedom
Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 
Actions to Take: The Roots & Shoots program is about making positive change happen—for our people, for animals and for the environment. With tens of thousands of young people in more than 120 countries, the Roots & Shoots network connects youth of all ages who share a desire to create a better world. Young people identify problems in their communities and take action. Through service projects, youth-led campaigns and an interactive website, Roots & Shoots members are making a difference across the globe. Please join us!

 

Safe Day Events & CitiWorks International
http://www.safedayevents.com

Mission & Activitiies: Creating a safer and better world, Safe day Events is a unique collaboration of entertainers, educators and entrepreneurs lifting the human spirit while lowering the outcomes of drug, sex and alcohol abuse with our products, services and events.
Main Focus Area: Media, Culture and the Arts
Other Focus Area(s): Media, Culture and the Arts
 
Actions to Take: Visit our website and become informed about how to protect yourself and others against predatorization, register as a member and come on our weekly calls, browse our shopping center and stock up on Safe Day Packs , book your next event as a Safe Day Event.
Comments: On Thursday, September 8, 2011 we are having a performance at Lafayette Grill on the corner of Lafayette and Broadway where entertainers will be celebrating a safer and better world together.

 

Salmonberry School

Mission & Activitiies: International Day of Peace Candlelight Ceremony Wednesday September 21, 2011 7:00 to 8:00 pm The Library Park in Eastsound, WA 98245 A candlelight ceremony to call for peace in all regions of the world. Music by Sharon Abreu, Marilyn Parman and Michael Hurwicz. Everyone invited - all ages – free of charge Sponsored by Salmonberry School
Main Focus Area: Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
 
Comments: As people gather, they each choose a photo of a child from countries around the world which have been prepared in advance.  The candlelight ceremony consists of each person, one at a time, saying the name of the country of the photo they are holding.  Then the group says "May peace be in (country name)" and the person hangs the photo on the line and lights their candle.  Sharon Abreu, Michael Hurwicz and Marilyn Parman will play and sing songs of peace before and after the candlelighting ceremony.

 

Same Difference Interfaith Alliance
http://www.samedifference.org/

Mission & Activitiies: The SAME DIFFERENCE Interfaith Alliance is a coalition of Jewish, Muslim and Christian groups who came together in response to the events of September 11, 2001 to help heal racial, cultural and religious tensions throughout America. Using a unique methodology that translates one-on-one interviews into artistic expression, our goal is to help communities and individuals use the arts as a medium to build the integrated relationships needed to bring about a pluralistic society.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Other Focus Area(s): Media, Culture and the Arts
 

 

San Francisco Interfaith Council
http://www.sfinterfaithcouncil.org

Mission & Activitiies: The San Francisco Interfaith Council brings people of different faith traditions together, bringing spiritual comfort at times of crisis, celebrating our diversity, and coordinating services to the citizens of San Francisco.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 

 

Sane Energy Project
http://SaneEnergyProject.org

Mission & Activitiies: Sane Energy Project opposes the extraction, development and transport of shale gas and supports the development of renewable energy. We are fighting the proposed Spectra gas pipeline, which will carry fracked marcellus gas to NYC. We oppose the conversion of boilers to methane. We support all measures that will speed New York's energy policies towards a rapid conversion to sustainable energy.
Main Focus Area: Theme 3 – Environment
Other Focus Area(s): Other
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Energy Policy
Actions to Take: Please visit our website and sign up for email alerts to become informed and participate in the public comment against the Spectra pipeline project.
Comments: Sane Energy Project will be participating in the WE/one voice event on Sept 13th

 

Seeds of Peace
http://www.muuf.org

Mission & Activitiies: Seeds of Peace, a Social Justice committee at the Morristown Unitarian Fellowship in NJ, primarily focuses on education: presenting Life Span programs on nonviolent communication, personal peace & framing; disseminating peace-related media & announcements; creating relationship with other committees, UUs and secular groups.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Other Focus Area(s): Values, Ethics and Spirit
Other
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Harmony & Compassion
Actions to Take: Temper our passions for peace & social justice, with right relations, and become more effective, as well as at peace. Learn effective communication so that you can speak heart-to-heart with anyone who disagrees with you. Learn the skills of "Nonviolent Communication". Peace begins within.

 

Sequoia Lab
http://www.sequoialab.com

Main Focus Area: Theme 3 – Environment
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 

 

Serenity Center
http://www.serenitycenter.com

Mission & Activitiies: ON September 11, we will be having a Day of Peace in which we will be providing Free Yoga, Meditation, Talks and Information about International Peace Day.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Additional Focus Area(s): Creating a local CommUNITY Spirit.
Actions to Take: To "Think Globally and Act Locally". To consider your community as a microcosm of the World and conduct yourselves as though everything you do effects everyone.
Comments: "We are ONE"

 

Seventh Awakening
http://seventhawakening.net

Mission & Activitiies: Seventh Awakening is dedicated to the upliftment of consciousness beyond the limitations of duality (the "us vs. them" mentality) and an acknowlegement of the Divine Essence within all things. We will be providing the opening remarks and Gong Activations at The Oneness Peace Festival (September 15, 2012) in Sacramento, CA.
Main Focus Area: Values, Ethics and Spirit
Other Focus Area(s): Sponsor
Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 9 – Freedom
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Restoration of Heaven on Earth
Actions to Take: It is now popularly known that true peace comes from within. As we align more with the concept of Unity (all of creation sharing an inherent "oneness" - the spark of the Divine Creative Force), we will naturally avoid conflict on all levels. Take time to connect deeply with the center of your soul, tap into the wellspring of eternal bliss that resides there and bring yourself to the realization that our prime objective here on Earth is to "Love the Life That We've Been Given". As for the illusion of darkness that seems to be so prevalent in the world at this time, don't buy into it . . . disconnect from the media distortions that are designed to instill fear. An incredible Awakening is now stirring across this planet that will soon restore our collective vision of "Heaven on Earth" . . . and you are a vital part of it!

 

Society for Psychological rehabilitation

Mission & Activitiies: values, ethics, media, human needs
Main Focus Area: Theme 8 – Human Rights
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
 
Actions to Take: Actions tht people should take is to decrease violence, and other harmful things that segregate a society.

 

Sticks & Stones
http://www.zamo-zamo.com

Mission & Activitiies: Sticks & Stones founder Judith Z. Miller is a healing ritual artist who creates primal wearable art, sculpture and instruments from trees, stones and found objects. She is also a agent/manager for performers under her agency "ZAMO!" “Celebration of Life!,” is a dance-percussive-art “Happening," featuring Judith's wearable art and sculpture, set to a live soundscape of global rhythms by Music for the Masses DJ Neva Wartell, in Park Slope’s lush St. Marks/Warren Street Community Garden. Dancers and musicians will perform to and interpret the tune "Mankind" by Mauri - a song honoring the earth. The event is free and open to the public on SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11th from 2-7 pm. NOTE RAIN DATES SEPT. 24/25TH.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Other Focus Area(s): Media, Culture and the Arts
 
Actions to Take: The public is invited to participate by bringing food and (non-alcoholic) drink to share, and by joining this joyous and peaceful celebration. We especially invite body painters, acoustic musicians/percussionists, dancers and choreographers. If you are interested in participating, please contact Judith Z. Miller at JudicciZ@gmail.com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it If you are a photographers or videographer with equipment available to document the day’s events, please go to Mandy.com and search for "Art-Dance-Percussive “Celebration of Life” or directly to to the following link http://www.mandy.com/1/jobs3.cfm?v=44730343 All participation is on a volunteer basis only.
Comments: To learn more about Judith Z. Miller, go to: http://www.fracturedatlas.org/site/blog/2009/10/16/featured-member-judith-z-miller/ http://www.indiegogo.com/Sticks-Stones-Goes-Global http://www.youtube.com/v/Sjm-WeVEQso http://www.zamo-zamo.com DJ NEVA (Music for the Masses) is an ethnomusicologist and long-time cultural activist. Along with performances at festivals and events, she co-produces "New York International" — NY’s longest-running weekly live-format World Music radio show — on Haitian community station Radio Soleil (http://www.radiosoleil.com). More information: http://www.facebook.com/DJNeva Radio show archive: http://www.djneva.podOmatic.com

 

Sukyo Mahikari Centers for Spiritual Development
http://www.CentersForSpiritualDevelopment.org

Mission & Activitiies: Sukyo Mahikari Centers for Spiritual Development is an international nonprofit spiritual and community service organization with more than a million practitioners of a positive light energy that restores and revives people spiritually and purifies the earth.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 3 – Environment
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 
Comments: We are living at a time of a dynamic paradigm shift toward recognition of our interdependence as humans and rejoicing in the special nature of all people's contributions to the whole. People of positive vision are realizing that we ARE the whole. WE.net and We, the World are on the leading edge of developing a structure to facilitate interconnectedness, and we at Sukyo Mahikari Centers for Spiritual Development are delighted to join and work together with WE's inspiring partnership.

 

The Free Art Society
http://www.NicolinaART.com

Mission & Activitiies: Hearts of the World is a collaborative art project uniting the hearts of the people of the world. H.O.W. is geared mainly toward children, but open to all. Participants are given a panel with the outline of an anatomical heart and are encouraged to paint it in with whatever fills their heart, with their passions and dreams. All of the hearts collected from around the world will come together in a large installation representing the unity of the Hearts of the World.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Theme 7 – Women
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 9 – Freedom
Theme 10 – Disarmament
Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Media, Culture and the Arts
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Uniting the world through ART with the message of Love, Freedom and the celebration of LIFE!
Actions to Take: Hearts of the World is looking for groups of various demographics with which to continue the project. The project will also benefit from monetary sponsors who can help fuel the project and push it further. More info about Hearts of the World at: http://nicolinaart.com/page/hearts-world

 

the global trust
http://www.globalharmony.info

Mission & Activitiies: The organization's mission is to promote global security, and peace.
Main Focus Area: Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
 
Actions to Take: They are going to do that by promoting nuclear disarmament, and Unity.

 

The Interfaith Observer

Mission & Activitiies: The Interfaith Observer’s monthly issues will explore interfaith culture locally and globally. They will provide historical perspectives, survey current interreligious news, and otherwise suggest maps and sign-posts for newcomers. Along with examining our spiritual and religious differences, the journal will inquire into shared core values, survey interreligious news and new resources, offer various perspectives on the unparalleled religious diversity enveloping humankind, reflect on theological and spiritual issues, and perhaps develop a social network for interfaith activists focused on service.
Main Focus Area: Theme 5 – Health
Other Focus Area(s): Sponsor
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Getting out the word. The Interfaith Observer (TIO)is a new e-journal that will be launched September 15, half way through 11 Days. All of themes are important to us from an interfaith point of view.
Actions to Take: The lead story in TIO's launch issue will be the history of grassroots collaborative peacebuilding, culminating with a description of 11 Days 2011 going on as we post the first issue.
Comments: I'm anxious to hear about the different activities in We's database so that we can tell some of their stories.

 

The Oracle Institute
http://theoracleinstitute.org

Mission & Activitiies: The Oracle Institute is a 501(c)(3) educational charity located in Independence, Virginia. We operate a non-profit publishing house and an interfaith spirituality school.
Main Focus Area: Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 7 – Women
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Interfaith Unity
Actions to Take: Embrace people of all faiths. God subscribes to all of them.
Comments: It is time for us to realize that religious labels are separating us from each other.

 

The Peace Flag Project
http://www.thepeaceflagproject.org

Mission & Activitiies: We work to define peace and celebrate peace. We actually do a Month of Peace events in Rhode Island, an expansion of our celebration of the UN Int'l Day of Peace. See Month of Peace on our website. www.thepeaceflagproject.org
Main Focus Area: Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Media, Culture and the Arts
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 
Actions to Take: We would like to have everyone be a peace maker by how they behave toward the people in their lives - family, friends, neighbors -- and by what kind of citizens they are -- taking care of the earth, voting, community service, doing good in the world wherever and whenever they can.
Comments: We are doing about 25 events throughout September. Too many to list here. Please advise as to how to do this posting better.

 

The Ribbon International
http://www.theribboninternational.org

Mission & Activitiies: Finding common ground with people world wide for peace.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 10 – Disarmament
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Peace, disarmament and care of the environment
Actions to Take: The Ribbon is a peace art project children to seniors are able to do.
Comments: May peace prevail on earth.

 

The Switch of Nature Campaign
http://seatedchristianarts.blogspot.com

Mission & Activitiies: Vision:To build an empathic humanity through the enhancement of the world's response to change towards sustainable global peace by 80% come 2020. Mission:To enhance humanity’s vision of universal peace by using Art as a tool to create a lasting impression in the global peace building campaigns along the path of empathy.
Main Focus Area: Theme 9 – Freedom
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Media, Culture and the Arts
 
Actions to Take: I would like people to be empathic.
Comments: No matter the level of confusion that there is globally, a daily act of empathy could help us into such a peace we seek.

 

Tim Stoltman Organic Dairy

Mission & Activitiies: We choose to farm for our children's future, protecting our land, water and air by moving our farm towards sustainable practices. We choose to actively fight against Fracking in our homeland New York State, United States of America. We choose Jesus!
Main Focus Area: Theme 3 – Environment
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 4 – Economic Justice
Theme 5 – Health
Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 9 – Freedom
Media, Culture and the Arts
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 
Actions to Take: 1. Educate yourselves on the Global water Issue, by viewing the documentaries: "Blue Gold: World Water Wars", "Tapped", "Gasland", "The Last Mountain". 2. Hold our water sacred and of utmost importance, a gift from God to be protected.
Comments: Without living waters to sustain us we have nothing!

 

tuscan sun music
http://www.seayonline.com

Main Focus Area: Theme 9 – Freedom
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 9 – Freedom
Theme 10 – Disarmament
Media, Culture and the Arts
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 

 

UNA-USA and UN Peoples Assembly
http://www.EmpowerTheUN.org

Mission & Activitiies: Outreach with the San Francisco community and beyond in support of the United Nations
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Other Focus Area(s): Sponsor
Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 4 – Economic Justice
Theme 5 – Health
Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Theme 7 – Women
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 9 – Freedom
Theme 10 – Disarmament
 
Actions to Take: visit http://www.UNA-SF.org for ongoing community activities

 

United Nations Association, Sacramento Chapter

Mission & Activitiies: Disarmament, Human Rights, Interdepandence, Environment
Main Focus Area: Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 10 – Disarmament
 
Comments: I am past President of the Sacramnto Chapter. UNA USA . org could eventually be drawn into our local initiatives. Thanks to all. John B.

 

United States Federation for Middle East Peace
http://www.usfmep.org

Mission & Activitiies: United States Federation for Middle East Peace (USFMEP) is a non-profit, organization, which promotes the United Nations commitment to international peace, security and justice through educational programs, public relations and community outreach initiatives. USFMEP works to provide Americans and Europeans with information about the Middle East including its history, religions, cultures and political landscape. The goal is to promote understanding of Middle Eastern culture through seminars, workshops, roundtables, and public forums. We have established networks and liaison offices in other regions of the world to help raise awareness on issues concerning peace in the Middle East; utilizing the latest methods in information technology.
Main Focus Area: Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Theme 7 – Women
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 10 – Disarmament
Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Media, Culture and the Arts
 

 

Unity Church of Christianity

Mission & Activitiies: We are a small church. Our activities were do focus on the World's Religions "Message of Love" from August 7 through September 4 leading up to 11 Days of Global Unity. We explored how we are different and how are differences create opportunities for deep spiritual connection.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
 
Actions to Take: Devote time each week to the practices of another religion and see and feel how it may enrich your own faith.
Comments: We are a small church as I indicated and our efforts are not on the order of magnitude of so many other great organizations supporting your work. But we want you to know we appreciate what you are doing and that we are adding our part to it.

 

Unity Church of Clearwater
http://www.HouseBuiltOnLove.com

Mission & Activitiies: The Co-Exist Campus is a concept originating at Unity Church of Clearwater to highlight the serendipitous physical proximity and harmonious interaction of six spiritual communities: The Unitarian Universalists of Clearwater, the Clearwater Zen Center, The New Thought Center, Rissho Kossei Kai Center, Dhamma Wheel Meditation Society, and Unity Church of Clearwater. Unity's "Peace Cottage" with its new Peace Pole will be dedicated on September 11, 2011, the year anniversary of 9 11 2001 at 1:00 pm. Clergy from diverse spiritual communities will offer a prayer at this brief dedication service. Come, celebrate peace with us! On Sept. 21, 2011, International Day of Peace, we invite all to join in a full minute of silence at noon to envision world peace. At 6:30 pm, youth aged 12 through 18 and their families are welcome to meet at the Peace Cottage for refreshments and a dialog about what it takes to honor all paths and keep authenticity and integrity with one's own personal path.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Interfaith, harmony of religion toward world peace
Actions to Take: Send statements by email or snail mail to be shared in the dialog at either event, join with us in Spirit, pray for peace, affirm peace, live peacefully.
Comments: Please find info on our website, www.HouseBuiltOnLove.com

 

Unity Church of Indianapolis
http://www.unityofindy.com

Mission & Activitiies: On Thursday, Sept 13 at 7 pm, we will hold a prayer service focused on unity and peace. We are displaying prayer flags from different countries and those made by the children at our church. There will be music, prayer and meditation.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Values, Ethics and Spirit
Other
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Prayers for peace
Actions to Take: Attend our service and pray for peace within ourselves and within the world.

 

Unity of Lehigh Valley
http://www.unityoflehighvalley.org

Mission & Activitiies: United in love, we provide a positive environment for all people to discover and express their spiritual nature. On September 11th our chaplain team will take bookmarks with 11 faith traditions expressions of peace to our Emmaus Farmer's Market and invite people to write their own peace message with sidewalk chalk.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Actions to Take: Take time to learn how other faiths work for peace in our world and expand your understanding of what you can do in your own community to promote peace.
Comments: September 11th will be a time to create a new consciousness of peace and understanding. Join Unity of Lehigh Valley and be a part of the new world.

 

Unity-and-Diversity World Council
http://www.udcworld.org

Mission & Activitiies: To establish and sustain a local-to-global cooperating body of individuals, groups, and networks -- for the pursuit of peace, justice, and an environmentally sustainable civilization for all races, cultures, and religions based on universal ethical and spiritual principles. We are planning annually Peace Sundays leading to a Peace Sunday in the Hollywood Bowl (tentative) in June 2015 at the 70th anniversary of the United Nations.
Main Focus Area: Theme 2 – Interdependence
Additional Focus Area(s): Collaborative Exploration -- an interfaith and intergroup gathering on Sunday, September 18, 3-5 p.m., at First Congregational Church, Long Beach, 241 Cedar Ave. corner of 3rd St.
Actions to Take: Take positive actions for peace, justice, and a global civilization in cooperation with others. Be the peace we would like to see in the world.
Comments: Come and join us on Sun. Sept. 18 or contact UDC to become involved in above-listed actions.

 

University of the Philippines International Center Association (UPICA)

Mission & Activitiies: UPICA is an organization of friendly, cooperative, responsible and freedom-loving people from different countries of the world where international culture of understanding is possible through learning from each other. September 21- roundtable discussion about peace sponsored by Myanmar Community
Main Focus Area: Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
 
Actions to Take: Understand the cause of war and try to work out for peace.

 

URI of Charlotte, NC
http://uricharlottenc.org

Mission & Activitiies: We are concerned with promoting Peace and Justice for all Humanity, that all societies and people of all nations will be able to live in Harmony with each other.
Main Focus Area: Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Each Week End We Hose And International Interfaith Prayer for Healing the troubled places of the world. Please join over 2,000 of us, Christians, Jews, Hindus, Muslims, Buddhists, Native Peoples, Baha'is, and More as we pause 20 minutes Saturday or Sunday, to send our Prayers and thoughts to those suffering in the world from wars famine and all recent natural disasters.
Actions to Take: Gathering together in local communities to celebrate locally with each other, pray together, and share with each other their unique Faiths and beliefs. To create opportunities to help to make each one's community a welcoming place for all.

 

URI South India Region
http://urisouthindia.org

Main Focus Area: Theme 10 – Disarmament
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
 

 

Vasconcellos Legacy Project
http://www.politicsoftrust.net

Mission & Activitiies: The focus of the Vasconcellos Legacy Project is to educate every Californian for effective civic engagement based upon our faithful vision of ourselves, our human nature and human potential.
Main Focus Area: Theme 9 – Freedom
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 3 – Environment
 
Additional Focus Area(s): The Expanding Human Agenda is a collection of 16 policy initiatives based on a more faithful vision of human nature and human potential. The vision implicit in these initiatives should be actively cultivated in our culture and society, and when applied to how we are governed they create the foundation of the Politics of Trust. We invite all individuals, whether focused on one initiative or all of them, to enlist in our efforts in making each of these policies a focus in mainstream politics. Together we can create a Politics of Trust.
Actions to Take: We ask that you hold your/our elected officials to higher standard of democratic representation. It is only when we do away with our current divisive, self-serving, partisan politics, and replace it with a collaborative, inclusive, new “Politics of Trust” for the people, that we will get the kind of governance we all deserve.
Comments: We ought recognize the incongruity of our contemporary situation. We find ourselves boasting of our new economy, cherishing our new demography, and relishing in our new consciousness while we find ourselves stuck with the same old politics: cynical and controlling, top-down and condescending, divisive and dysfunctional.

 

Vidyanagar Nature Club
http://www.vncinida.org

Mission & Activitiies: Since 1988, Vidyanagar Nature Club has fostered awareness of environmental issues within the Anand District and promoted involvement in solving those issues. V N C performs various activities ranging from Educational programmes in schools and colleges Outdoor Camps Seminars & workshops Preservation and Awareness activities Animal rehabilitation Community participation for awareness
Main Focus Area: Theme 3 – Environment
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 3 – Environment
 
Actions to Take: To create an environmentally sensitive society. which says 'I Care'. To conserve our ever depleting natural heritage.
Comments: To promote environmental awareness among the youth. To promote values required for Community Living (i.e. living in harmony with others & nature). To develop an appreciation for Adaptive Living (i.e. adapting a lifestyle suited to the environment rather than the other way around). Volunteers (National & International) are instrumental for carrying out all activities directed and inspired by Trustees and Advisory committee. Volunteers, dedicate time from their professional & personal affairs to work for the cause. The only benefit that they expect, is in the form of personal satisfaction derived from working & contributing towards developing sensitivity towards our fragile environment.

 

Vigil for International Peace and Ecology
http://www.vigil4internationalpeace.org

Mission & Activitiies: The vigil for international peace is an international transformational grassroots effort Dedicated to promoting peace through nonbinding resolution Come and meet the men in our community share the spirit of peace
Main Focus Area: Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
 
Additional Focus Area(s): PEACE ECOLOGY MUSIC ART DANCE GLOBAL COMMUNITY
Actions to Take: Join us in Central Park Bandshell for a vigil for peace on 23 September 9 to 5 greetings and blessings VigilSooze
Comments: May Peace Prevail on Earth!!

 

VRCities
http://vrcities.net

Mission & Activitiies: VRCities, Inc. is a New York State corporation formed to provide a full range of services that focus on improving people's relationships in the important areas of their lives.
Main Focus Area: Theme 5 – Health
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Media, Culture and the Arts
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 

 

We Are One, Inc.
http://www.WeAreOne.cc

Mission & Activitiies: Our mission is to use Cooperative Economics and Integrative Thinking to Coordinate the Re-Emergence of Compassionate Society. Our plan is to reclaim our private and public systems so that they work for us, individually and collectively, taking into account the highest ideals of profitability and sustainability. Our collective consciousness respects individual needs, integrity, contribution and participation. We each recognize our connection to collective consciousness, and the causality of our participation.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Actions to Take: Free resources and links at www.WeAreOne.cc Sign the Guestbook
Comments: Welcome to Consciousness! You are the solution. Thank You!

 

We Believe in YOU
http://www.webelieveinyou.org

Mission & Activitiies: We Believe in YOU, a New Jersey non-profit corporation is located in Winslow Township. Although it is open to all it is dedicated to the residents of Camden County. We Believe in YOU will provide to the participating residents “real world” and relevant programs and avail events that will encourage, educate and empower them to become higher performing and more successful individuals and community members. We Believe in YOU will offer assistance and ongoing support to each participant to help them make and sustain positive educational, career, and home life choices, thereby improving their personal quality of life and ability to contribute to the overall health, safety and vibrancy of the neighborhood in which they live. We Believe in YOU will instill in all participants a culture of success, an understanding that their potential for academic achievement is unlimited, and to provide for them the tools, knowledge and approach needed to continue their academic endeavors ultimately leading to productive and caring citizens.
Main Focus Area: Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 6 – Children & Youth
 
Actions to Take: Learn to broaden your understanding about other peoples.

 

We, The World (West)
http://aunitedworld.net

Mission & Activitiies: The mission of We, The World is to maximize social change - globally. We are working to awaken a spirit of caring and involvement in the public so that millions of people begin to see themselves as part of one global interdependent community - and actively take part in creating a world that works for all! Working with an extraordinarily accomplished team, we have begun the process of building an unprecedented critical mass of individuals, organizations and coalitions whose efforts to create a caring world will be highly visible and accessible. We are forming global networks of collaboration between groups and individuals involved with: human rights, ecology and animal concerns, peace and nonviolence, creating ethical economic systems, creating cultures of caring, self-sustaining green communities, personal and societal health and transformation, and many others whose work concerns the interests of literally billions of people and other life on our planet.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Other Focus Area(s): Major Donor
Sponsor
Theme 1 – Unity
Media, Culture and the Arts
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 
Additional Focus Area(s): •Commemorate the anniversary of September 11th 2001, and other dates of significance to humanity, emphasizing Global Unity •Strengthen interfaith dialogue and understanding •Empower grassroots organizations •Develop global partnerships and build coalitions (UN Millennium Development Goal #8) •Recognize global awareness •Promote the role of values, ethics and spirit in creating positive change
Actions to Take: We, The World intends to create something the world has not seen before - a large scale, ethics-driven movement that broadcasts the following crucial message: A significant portion of humanity is becoming actively engaged in building a world that works for all. This message is necessary to halt and reverse the "common sense" that has been dominating our planet: look out for yourself no matter what the consequences for other people, animals or our environment.
Comments: Together WE can make a difference!

 

WEsolution.org
http://wesolution.org

Mission & Activitiies: WE wish to WEunite the Plane(IT) Earth with WEone World Wecology. WEone World WEconomy, WEone WEpublic of Earth and WEone WElegion of Love with all huebeings as WEmembers
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 9 – Freedom
Theme 10 – Disarmament
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 
Actions to Take: Join the peaceful WEvolution and WEunite and WEform WEone World Wecology, WEone World WEconomy, WEone WEpublic of Warth and WEone WElegion of Love.
Comments: WEmember to WEmind all the WEmembwrs that WE o.u.r. all WElated, part of WEone FanmilWe. WE need to WEallize this whole Experience is a WEone and WE our the WEones WE have been waiting for. If WE don't do (IT) ,IT won't be done,

 

WHALE Center Global Healing initiative
http://www.globalhealing.net

Mission & Activitiies: Our Mission: To implement the Call to Global Healing bringing ethics to public policy for peace, justice and sustainability.
Main Focus Area: Theme 8 – Human Rights
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 
Comments: The Call to Global Healing states "There can be no peace without justice, and no justice without sustainability"

 

What BETTER Looks Like
http://www.whatbetterlookslike.com

Mission & Activitiies: What BETTER Looks Like (WBLL) fosters the development of beloved community by helping individuals imagine, articulate and create visions for a better world. The intentional infusion of love into our interactions has the power to create the radical changes necessary to make the world better.
Main Focus Area: Theme 7 – Women
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 

 

Wiser.org (WiserEarth)
http://www.wiser.org

Mission & Activitiies: Wiser.org, the social network for sustainability operated by the organization WiserEarth, has partnered with several other organizations like Peace 365 and Culture of Peace Initiative for Peace Day 2012. We are promoting 500 Peace Day-related events we've found from all over the web and hope that people interested in learning more about peace will check out our Peace Day group on Wiser.org for more info. Here is the link to the Peace Day group: http://www.wiser.org/group/peaceday/section/main On the group, people can find tons of information about Peace Day, search for events near them, and register for free to become one of the 72,000 members who use Wiser.org to help fulfill their visions of a just and more sustainable world.
Main Focus Area: Theme 3 – Environment
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 4 – Economic Justice
Theme 5 – Health
Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Theme 7 – Women
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 9 – Freedom
Theme 10 – Disarmament
Theme 11 – The International Day of Pea
Additional Focus Area(s): (This is the same listing as the WiserEarth one, but I forgot to add our website to the profile I created earlier. Sorry about creating redundant profiles!)
Actions to Take: We would like people to become engaged in the discussion of achieving ever-lasting peace. Furthermore, we want people to interact with one another to further generate dialogue of whether world peace is overrated and naive or a solution that is slowly coming to fruition.
Comments: To learn more about Wiser.org and how you can utilize its NGO directory of over 114,000 non-profit organizations and governmental agencies and connect with other like-minded individuals who care about the social issues you are passionate about, please visit the site at http://www.wiser.org Register to become a member to find other people who are as passionate as you are about ensuring sustainability and social justice.

 

Women and Girls Can Initiative
http://www.wagci.yolasite.com

Mission & Activitiies: Vision statement A liberated womanhood and girl able to articulate and defend their rights as well as being able to take practical steps to improve their quality of life. Mission Statement To mobilize and empower women and girls to be in the vanguard to remove health, illiteracy, economical, social, cultural and political barriers in order to enhance their status and improve their lives. Goal of WaGCI Women and girls free from gender inequalities and able to demonstrate positive changes in their lives resulting from improved economic well being, health services sensitive to special women needs, better family planning, enhanced education opportunities and improved awareness of their rights and self confidence. Our Work We are to consistently take smart risks, pioneered innovative strategies and lead on the most critical issues of our time—from age-based violence prevention and HIV/AIDS to women and girls’ economic security and reproductive justice. We intend to identify and build the capacity of emerging women and girls to become powerful leaders and productive agents, providing a lifeline to women and girls often unknown to other organizations. We are to seed and strengthen social movements that will mobilize vital constituencies and solutions for social change. And we are to bring the voices and vision of women and girls across race and class—long excluded from centers of power—to decision-making tables throughout our communities.
Main Focus Area: Theme 7 – Women
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 5 – Health
Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Theme 7 – Women
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 9 – Freedom
Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
Values, Ethics and Spirit
 
Actions to Take: Awareness of women's role in community development, Voluntary HIV/AIDS counselling and Testing, environment conservation, decampaigning domestic violence, erdication illiteracy
Comments: Global unity is the strongest tool we can use to eradicate any forces that hinder development wherever we are regardless of race, color, faith, age or gender.

 

Women's Empowerment

Mission & Activitiies: The mission of Women's Empowerment LLC is to evolve consciousness and to catalyze inspired action in the world by empowering women to achieve their full potential and attain financial freedom.
Main Focus Area: Theme 7 – Women
Other Focus Area(s): Other
 
Additional Focus Area(s): The empowerment of women.
Actions to Take: Be the change that you wish for the world. Empower yourself and others. Honor women everywhere.

 

World Peace Experiment
http://onlyloveprevails.org

Mission & Activitiies: We are seeking 80,000 people who are willing to be part of an experiment to see if we can shift the world's perception of "good and evil" to a perception of love. It doesn't cost any money and takes only seconds a day. We believe we are all one mind and that if enough people (critical mass) could shift their own personal perception—change their minds—about the existence of evil, then the whole planet could shift into a perception of love. The experiment is similar to that described as the "hundreth monkey" effect. We also believe that world peace begins with each individual achieving a state of peace within themselves. We can begin to do that for ourselves by becoming aware of the "negative" influences in our lives and choosing consciously to eliminate or shift those influences.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 11 – The International Day of Peace
 
Actions to Take: Sign up to participate in the World Peace Experiment and help us reach our goal of 80,000 people willing to co-create, through a shift in consciousness, a sustainable, harmonious world of peace where Only Love Prevails.
Comments: Many of you have written us asking how we came up with the figure of 80,000 people. Here is our explanation: Physicists tell us that according to the laws of wave mechanics, the intensity of any kind of waves that are in phase with each other is the square of the sum of the waves. In other words, two waves added together are four times as intense as one wave, ten waves are one hundred times as intense, etc. Since thought is energy, and all energy occurs as waves we believe that 80,000 people all thinking the same thing together are as powerful, in terms of creating the reality that we all share, as the random chaotic thought of the 6.4 billion people (80,000 times 80,000) that will soon inhabit the planet. Therefore, 80,000 people who believe that only love prevails, will create a laser of intent that will change the planetary reality.

 

www.WeAreOne.cc
http://www.WeAreOne.cc

Mission & Activitiies: Our mission is to use Cooperative Economics and Integrative Thinking to Coordinate the Re-Emergence of Compassionate Society. Our plan is to reclaim our private and public systems so that they work for us, individually and collectively, taking into account the highest ideals of profitability and sustainability. Our collective consciousness respects individual needs, integrity, contribution and participation. We each recognize our connection to collective consciousness, and the causality of our participation.
Main Focus Area: Theme 1 – Unity
Additional Focus Area(s): We Are One, spreading the word on Unity, Togetherness, Cooperation, Love, Integrative Thinking. You (Each Of Us - "eou") have always been a member, eou will always be a member. It is our birthright. It (membership) cannot be removed, but it can be denied, and it can be recognized. Welcome to consciousness! We Are One, Inc. is an oversight conglomerate dedicated to the re-emergence of compassionate society. You are the solution! Thank You
Actions to Take: 1: Put down your weapons. 2: Forgive yourself. 3: Join community. http://weareone.cc/TakeAction.html !!! VOTE !!! Exercise Your Power.
Comments: Blissings & Gratitude to all who receive this message, for you are privileged, and now you have responsibility. "If we do not understand that war is never a war primarily against other nations but primarily against the common people in the home country, we cannot effectively put a stop to it. War impoverishes everyone except a small ruling clique in each country. The common people have the strength to stop a war any time. Only instilled confusion to keep us thinking that we are a national body instead of the highly oppressive class structure that is the reality, only this and the patterns of powerlessness have kept us from stopping wars that firmly. We, the working-class, farmers, intellectuals, middle-class, and the owning-class individuals who have transcended their class position to join us, must come to understand the class nature of war, or we can once again be led by the nose, in the name of patriotism, to our own destruction." -Harvey Jackins, The Reclaiming of Power, pg 305, © 1983

 

YOUTH FOR FUTURE 2006
http://WWW.FONDROMANIA.ORG

Mission & Activitiies: WE WORKING WITH AND FOR RESPECT THE HUMAN RIGHTS BEGIN FROM THE SCHOOL UNTIL THE STREET INVOLVEMNT IN ANYKIND OF EVENTS WHICH HELP US TO FINNISH OUR PROPOSAL
Main Focus Area: Theme 8 – Human Rights
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 1 – Unity
Theme 2 – Interdependence
Theme 3 – Environment
Theme 4 – Economic Justice
Theme 5 – Health
Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Theme 7 – Women
Theme 8 – Human Rights
Theme 9 – Freedom
Theme 10 – Disarmament
Theme 11 – The International Day of Pea
Actions to Take: ANYKIND WHICH CAN HELP THIS PLANET
Comments: THE GOOD MUST BE THE WINNER !

 

Youth in action zambia

Mission & Activitiies: Trying to educate the youth in various schools and communities on the importance of preserving the environment.
Main Focus Area: Theme 3 – Environment
Other Focus Area(s): Theme 6 – Children & Youth
 
Actions to Take: Actions that I would like people to take is to educate themselves on this matter by television, itnernet, and various other ways.

 

Zambia's Scholarship fund
http://www.zambiasscholarshipfund.org

Mission & Activitiies: A unique full circle program; helping high school students aspire to teach, giving impoverished village schools teachers and teaching supplies, paying a salary to un-employed teachers
Main Focus Area: Theme 6 – Children & Youth
Other Focus Area(s): Other
 
Additional Focus Area(s): Education
Actions to Take: sponsor a high school student (only 25 dollars per month) We keep none of this money we are all volunteers we will send them a picture of their student and an address to write to them

 

 


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Open Your Hearts Chair Jean Shafiroff, with Honorees Ralph S. Mosca, M.D. Photo by:  Rose Billings/Blacktiemagazine.com

21st Annual
Hamptons Heart Ball


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Society News

 

National Meningitis Association Rings
The Nasdaq Stock Market Closing Bell


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The Ocean Conference

Our oceans, our future: partnering for the implementation of
 Sustainable Development
 Goal 14

United Nations
NYC

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Gala Chairs Wendy and Michael Esposito with His Eminence, Timothy Michael Cardinal Dolan

The 41st Annual
Inner-City Scholarship
Fund Friends Gala
Raises Over $1 Million


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Lawrence and Lori Fink, Ken and Elaine Langone, Robert I. Grossman, MD, Dean and CEO of NYU Langone, Elisabeth J. Cohen, MD, and honoree Thomas S. Murphy at the 2017 Violet Ball

NYU Langone
Medical Center
2017 Violet Ball
Raises Over $5.2 Million


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KidneyTexas, Inc.

 The Runway Report

2017 Luncheon
and Fashion Show 

Dallas, TX


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ecosoc 2017

ECOSOC    2017
“Partnerships for
promoting opportunities, increased prosperity and sustainable development
 for all”


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Kathryn and Leo Vecellio



 
The 62nd Annual
Palm Beach Heart Ball
Raises Over $1 Million




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Palm Beach Society

 

 Silvia Frieser (Co-Chair) (Executive Director) Michael Peenik (Co-Chair).  Photo by:  Rose Billings/Blacktiemagazine.com



 The 62nd
Viennese Opera Ball
 




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Lois Pope and Dr. Robin Ganzert. Photos by CAPEHART

LIFE's 23rd Annual
"Lady in Red" Gala
Raises More Than
 $1.2 Million

 

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Palm Beach Society

 

 Deborra-Lee Furness, Leadership Award Recipient and Cate Blanchett, Presenter.  Photo by:  Rose Billings/Blacktiemagazine.com

Deborra-Lee Furness
 Cate Blanchett

UN Women for Peace Association
Annual
Awards Luncheon

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Andrew Solomon, Meryl Streep, Stephen Sondheim

Andrew Solomon
Meryl Streep
Stephen Sondheim


PEN America
Annual Literary Gala
Raises $2 Million


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Jane Alexander (Master of Ceremonies) and Frances Beinecke ((Audubon Medal).  Photo by:  Rose Billings/Blacktiemagazine.com


Jane Alexander 
 Frances Beinecke

 

2017 Audubon Gala
Raises More Than
$1.1 Million


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NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 20: (L-R) Fashion designer Issac Mizrahi, honoree Linda Lloyd Lambert and President and CEO of ASPCA, Matt Bershadker attend the ASPCA hosted 20th Annual Bergh Ball at The Plaza Hotel on April 20, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for ASPCA)

 Issac Mizrahi
Linda Lloyd Lambert
  Matt Bershadker
ASPCA
20th Annual Bergh Ball
Raises   $1.5 Million

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Crown Prince Alexander, Joyce Brooks


Crown Prince Alexander
 Joyce Brooks



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Elizabeth Taylor and Kathy Ireland

Elizabeth Taylor
 Kathy Ireland


The Elizabeth Taylor
 AIDS Foundation
Celebrates
 Legendary Stars
 85th Birthday
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Jude Demorest, Lee Daniels and Brittany O'Grady.  Photo by:  Vince Bucci

 Jude Demorest
 Lee Daniels
 Brittany O'Grady

Extraordinary Families
2nd Annual Awards Gala
Beverly Hills, CA

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From left: Dr. Steven J. Corwin, president and CEO of NewYork-Presbyterian, Jessica M. Bibiliowicz, chairman of Weill Cornell Medicine's Board of Overseers, Frank A. Bennack, Jr., chairman of NewYork-Presbyterian's Board of Trustees, and Dr. Augustine M.K. Choi, interim dean of Weill Cornell Medicine, during the annual Cabaret benefit dinner on Nov. 9 at Pier Sixty, Chelsea Piers. The event raised $3.5 million to support the institutions' ongoing work in patient care, biomedical research and medical education..  Photo by:  Studio Brooke

NewYork-Presbyterian
 Weill Cornell Medicine
Annual Cabaret Benefit
 Dinner
Raises $3,5 Million

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Society News

 

T. Denny Sanford

T. Denny Sanford
 $100 million Gift
Launches
Sanford Stem Cell
Clinical Center


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Nancy Grand, Stephen Grand

Nancy &Stephen Grand
commit $50 million
to the
Weizmann Institute
of Science


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Society News
 

 

Marc Anthony, Carlos Slim, Petra Nemcova

Marc Anthony
Carlos Slim
Petra Nemcova

Happy
 Hearts Fund
Gala

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Israel's 65th birthday

Israel's
65th
 Anniversary
 $1,216,124,000.00
Birthday gift

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Black Tie International Realty

amayan beach, palawan, philippines

 Amayan, Beach,
 Palawan,
 Philippines

348 acres
$5.25 million

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International Realty

 

Philanthropy Giving

 
2015 US Charitable Giving
Sets New Record $477.55 Billion

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Global Sustainability News

 

Cortés Desalination and Tidal Electric Generation Project

 Cortés
Desalination
and Tidal Electric
 Generation Project


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Impact Investments

 

sustainable development goals

United Nations 
17
  Sustainable Development Goals (SDG's)

 

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