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Join us NOW and help reduce domestic abuse

To add your group, community or organisation to the growing list of members of this coalition, please join by providing the details below.  By joining, you will receive exclusive ongoing communications about the progress of the campaign and you will be committing, on behalf of your organisation, to observe Peace Day, 21 September in some way and thereby help us reduce the levels of violence on the day.

Who Will You Make Peace With On Peace Day 21 September?

For Peace Day, Monday 21 September 2015, we want to build on the incredible achievements of 2014, reducing violence around the theme: Who Will You Make Peace With?

Find out more about Peace One Day’s campaigns here: www.peaceoneday.org/global-campaigns/

Peace One Day is leading the process of building coalitions to support the institutionalisation of Peace Day and we are hoping that these global coalitions will inspire you to build your own and get your network involved in the process. Institutionalising Peace Day and making it self-sustaining is our legacy.

‘Reducing Domestic Abuse’ Coalition

“Domestic Violence occurs across the globe, affecting millions of people across society, irrespective of economic status.  No country or community is untouched.”  (Baroness Scotland, The Eliminate Domestic Violence Global Foundation)

Peace One Day and The Eliminate Domestic Violence Global Foundation (EDV) have joined forces in support of Peace Day, and on 21 March 2012 launched the ‘Reducing Domestic Abuse’ Coalition, which brought together organisations and individuals from all corners of the globe, dedicated to reducing domestic violence on Peace Day, 21 September.

Peace Day is an opportunity to unite on a scale never seen before and bring the issue of domestic violence to the fore. Together we can decrease the level of violence, raise awareness and generate a vast array of activity around this issue.

You can view who has joined the ‘Reducing Domestic Abuse’ Coalition so far on the ‘Reducing Domestic Abuse’ Coalition page.