Peace starts with individual action, and your actions will inspire others. So on Peace Day, 21 September what will you do for peace?
Over the years, millions of people have organised all kinds of events to promote awareness of Peace Day, and to encourage reconciliation and peace-building in their own local community. Past events have included Peace Day concerts, football matches, flash mobs, poetry readings, coffee mornings, art and photography exhibitions and screenings of Peace One Day films.
Peace starts with individual action, and your actions will inspire others. So, what will you do on Peace Day, Monday 21st September 2015? Who will you make peace with?
Scroll down for ideas how to mark Peace Day, but whatever you do, please let us know. Your feedback will help us measure the impact of the day, in turn inspiring others to get involved.
Please tell us what you did to mark Peace Day 2014 by filling out the Peace Day 2014 Activities form:
Help us mark Peace Day, 21 September with a Google Doodle
With hundreds of millions of daily visits to Google.com, a Peace Day Google Doodle can reach more people than ever before, encouraging users worldwide to get involved. It would be fantastic if Google could celebrate Peace Day and help “bring smiles to the faces of Google users around the world”.
With you help we can make this a reality. Please click on the image below to see how you can take action.