May Peace Prevail On Earth International

Archive for December 2014


October 25th, 2014 United Religions Initiative (URI) Africa presented its 2014 Africa Peace Award to Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) on October 25th, 2014. The Prestigious Africa Peace Award of URI Africa presented to IGAD in appreciation and acknowledgment of their many crowning achievements. The trophy, which bears the universal peace message “May Peace Prevail…

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Peace Pals International – 2014 Winners and Finalists – Demonstration School – Thailand

Congratulations to the students of Mr. Pichai Niypmtham of the Demonstration School – Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University in Bangkok, Thailand. We were so fortunate to have multiple winners and finalist from Mr. Niypmtham’s class. Panthree Khamtan, age 7 and the 2nd Place winner in her age category. Pariyakorn Sirisamatthakarn, age 7 and the 3nd Place winner in her…

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News Blog: The Nature Protection Society ("Bund Naturschutz") donated a Peace Pole to Pöttmes, Augsburg, Bavaria-GERMANY

August 9th, 2014 The citizens of Pöttmes gathered to take part in the Peace Pole Dedication Ceremony on August 9th 2014. The date was chosen in honor and in memory of Nagasaki Day, and respectfully so, as the Peace Pole originated in Japan. Two Catholic priests blessed the Peace Pole. The Nature Conversation Society reminded the citizens…

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First Nations people and the Punjabi people cut the ribbons on the Peace Pole-Quesnel, British Columbia-CANADA

May 31st-2014 Here are some photographs from the  Peace Pole Dedication Ceremony we had at one of the community gardens (West Village Community Garden) in Quesnel at “Plant Day.” The First Nations people and the Punjabi people were on hand  to cut the ribbons on the Peace Pole. The Peace Pole is planted in the…

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2013 Peace Pals International Art Exhibition in town library of Magdeburg in GERMANY

October 21st, 2014 The French Institute for Culture, “Institute Francais” and the Chancellor`s Office of German State Saxony-Anhalt collaborated in the 2014 competition called “Peace-Paix.” All ages and nationalities were welcome to participate. Participants were asked to reflect on the question: “What does Peace mean to you?” and to submit it in any form of…

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