THIS MONTH'S FEATURED CITY OF PEACE: THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS where the Peace Palace ("Vredespaleis" in Dutch) is often called the seat of international law because it houses the International Court of Justice. This is just one of many examples of cities of peace, yet every community in the world has a legacy of peace, whether it be on a grand scale or one of humble tradition.
“I believe that the development of a network of culture of peace cities can be a decisive factor in the transition from a culture of war to a culture of peace based on a profound reform of the United Nations system.”
-- ICP Advisory Council member and former
UNESCO Unit Director, David Adams
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ENVISION A WORLD WHERE ALL OF OUR CITIES DEFINE THEMSELVES IN THE LANGUAGE OF PEACE.
THE GLOBAL FAMILY PROJECT -- AN EFFECTIVE CITY-TO-CITY NGO PROGRAM
The power in the International Cities of Peace organization is in the grassroots organizing and individual actions of peacemakers. ICP offers an opportunity for city-to-city collaborations that generate enthusiasm and provide purpose beyond local programming...
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Latest News from Around the World
MAJOR MILESTONES: Announcing a formal alliance between International Cities of Peace and Down Engle, co-founder of PeaceJam and their initiative 1 Billion Acts of Peace • Welcome to Mr. Augustin Rajabu Mtunga and his colleagues of Uvira, D.R. Congo: City of Peace • Welcome to Mr. BASHIKIRE Théophilea and his colleagues who have created Gitega, Burundi: City of Peace • Welcome to Patricia Ann Tally of Zihuatanejo, Mexico: "Certified" City of Peace • An alliance has formed between International Cities of Peace and the Peace in Action Committee of Zihuatanejo for "certifying" cities of peace under the Zihuatanejo Model for Sustainable Culture of Peace • Welcome Bashir Ahmad and Hakim Mohammad Ilyas of Srinagar, Kashmir: City of Peace • Welcome to Mwesigwa Julius of the Alpha & Omega Development Organization, leader of the Leweero, Uganda: City of Peace • Welcome to Magdline Walter of the Organization of Peace & Gender Development, leader of Multan, Pakistan: City of Peace • 100 Cities of Peace Milestone Reached! • Welcome to Atta ulHaq and The Youth Association for Development (YAD) of Quetta, Pakistan: City of Peace • Welcome to Julie Heyman and Brian Berman, leaders of Ojai, California: City of Peace... More
What do people around the world really desire?
Imagine a world of cities dedicated to expanding their local peace economy and encouraging a global culture of peace. Safety, prosperity, and quality of life are universal values that bring peace to our lives.
First and foremost in this global adventure is to reject violence and define ourselves as people of peace. International Cities of Peace is a formal Association of communities that by history, resolution, or proclamation are doing just this -- self-defining their community as an official City of Peace. This redefinition requires building a consensus network of business, government and community leaders who value safety, prosperity and quality of life.
PEACE IS BECOMING THE ZEITGEIST, OR SPIRIT OF OUR TIMES. Join the celebration! Get involved in the global transformation. Let the world know -- and more importantly, our children -- that our communities can become true Cities of Peace. Get involved today!
LOG YOUR ACTS OF PEACE!
PeaceJam and their project One Billion Acts of Peace now has a drop-down menu for logging your acts of peace through International Cities of Peace. Actions are important, so why not tell the world. However large or small, each act of peace contributes to the whole. Dont' forget. Log it NOW!
International Cities of Peace is an assocation of independent cities of peace and is not responsible for the activities, actions, and opinions of individual members, partners, and advisors. We thank the thousands of people, worldwide, who have contributed to creating this network dedicated to a more peaceful world.