IG’s Peace Blog

Peace and its many aspects

Peace Week! Peace Week!

PeaceWeek Sept. 14-21

“I’m so excited I want to tell everyone! I believe this is a major step
forward in building the attractive, collaborative energy, voice, and
influence of the peace movement.

PeaceWeek, the largest virtual peace summit ever created, will offer profound insights to create peace
in your life, your family, your community and in our world. It is a week-long global telesummit featuring more than 50 groundbreaking and inspiring peacebuilders, including; Congressman Dennis Kucinich, Johan Galtung, Aqeela Sherrils, Ambassador John McDonald, Michael Bernard Beckwith, the 13 Indigenous Grandmothers and many more – all for free!”

“More About PeaceWeek

The dream of a peaceful world has been with us for millennia.
Are we the generation that will make that dream a reality?
In the years ahead, we have the opportunity to help wean the world of its addiction to violence by harnessing best practices, deepening our personal commitments, healing ancient wounds, building bridges between cultures, advancing the science of peace, and teaching our children to live peacefully. In fact, most of the “technologies” for creating peace at all levels of society are well advanced – we simply need to share them on a wider scale.

The broad trend of human evolution is to move beyond violence. Given the scale of global crises, we must accelerate that evolution and learn to live, collaborate, and create in a more harmonious way.

PeaceWeek will unite pioneers from around the world together for the largest virtual peace summit ever created, culminating with the International Day of Peace on Sept. 21st. It will be a celebration and exploration of everything that is working to foster peace, from the family level to whole nations.

Our featured pioneers are building the practices, structures, and systems that can help evolve human society. Individually, they are deeply inspiring. Taken as a whole, they offer a remarkable picture for how to help evolve our world, covering topics such as:

Personal Peace Practices
Healing Collective Wounds & Trauma
The Economics of Peace
Addressing Global Hotspots
Social Justice
Politics of Peace
Science of Peace
Media & Peace”

Click here to find out more
IGbarb says:  “Check it out!”

September 7, 2010 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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