Over the years media outlets around the world have helped spread the message of Peace Day. In 2020, help us look forward and promote the next 20 years of peace by using the resources below.
Help us tell the world
To date, 2.2 billion people have been exposed to the message Peace Day. In this, our 20th year, help us reach even further by using these resources:
“The formal establishment of the global ceasefire day represented the culmination of two years of work by the British filmmaker Jeremy Gilley, who launched the project, known as Peace One Day, in September 1999.” - Campaign
“Two years later Jeremy had gained support from world leaders on every continent and a resolution for a day of peace was passed unanimously by the United Nations on 7 September 2001.” - The London Magazine
“When you build a house, you start with one brick. If we want to build peace, we should start with one day. That has arrived.” - Jeremy Gilley, Dallas Morning News
- New Times - Music stars grace the historic ‘Peace One Day’
- Huffington Post - Music Builds Peace One Day at a Time
- Pulse.ng - African stars to release Peace Day anthem 'One' in Rwanda
- Radio Okapi - Peace One Day célébré à Kigali
Burger King Peace Day Activation
- Fortune - This is when Burger King is giving away its Peace Day burgers
- Ad Week - Who Needs McDonald's? Burger King Says It Will Partner With 4 Other Chains on Peace Day Denny's and others pick up where McWhopper left off
- Forbes - 'End The Beef': What Your Business Can Learn From Burger King's Clever Ad Move
- USA Today - Burger King teaming up for 'peace burger'
- The Guardian - Burger King continues quest for Peace Day burger after McWhopper rejection