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Last year, spiritual and faith leaders and communities made more people aware of Peace Day through their actions than any other sector. From the largest and most authoritative faith-based representative bodies, councils, and NGOs, to preeminent and prominent spiritual heads and holy houses of worship, hundreds of millions have been mobilized in support of Peace Day worldwide.
If you would like to connect with faith-based or spiritual organisations and like-minded individuals participating in Peace Day in your area, or have any questions, please get in touch with a member of the Peace One Day team by emailing faith[at]peaceoneday.org
JOIN THE MOVEMENT CALLING FOR GLOBAL CEASEFIRE AND NON-VIOLENCE ON 21 SEPTEMBER
Please join Religions for Peace International, the Elijah Board of World Religious Leaders, the World Council of Religious Leaders, United Religions Initiative and many others in inviting the world's religious and spiritual communities to observe a 24-hour spiritual observation for peace, non-violence and ceasefire on Peace Day, 21 September.
Religious communities are the largest civil institutions in the world, claiming the allegiance of billions spanning race, class and national divides. A peaceful world is only possible with the collaboration of the world’s religious communities.
Collaborative action on the day saves lives. Peace Day activity in Afghanistan resulted in a 70% reduction of violence, and immunisation against polio of millions of children in areas hitherto unreachable or hard to reach due to conflict.