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2014 ~ 17th Annual Arts Exhibition & Awards - Peace Pals International


Written the Tuesday, February 18th 2014 à 14:04
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Peace Pals International is a program of The World Peace Prayer Society, which promotes the message May Peace Prevail On Earth as a simple, universal expression to unite the hearts of all people in our common desire and hope for peace on earth.


Deadline: June 30, 2014

Children from around the World are invited to submit their artwork to The 2014 ~ 17th Annual Peace Pals International Arts Exhibition and Awards.

RULES AND GUIDELINES:
2014 Theme and Message: “Right to Peace.”
The theme of the 2014 UN International Day of Peace.

This year we have joined with The International Day of Peace (IDP) and the United Nations. Please visit: www.internationaldayofpeace.org  for more information about The International Day of Peace. To learn more about the “Right to Peace,” please read the Universal Declaration of Human Rights at: http://www.un.org/en/documents/udhr

Who has the right to peace?
What would the world look like if everyone lived in peace?
How does the United Nations help to build a peaceful world?
What will you do to make sure all people have a “Right to Peace?

Think about these questions and create artwork which symbolizes what a “Right to Peace,” means to you.  Your artwork MUST include the message, “May Peace Prevail On Earth” in English and/or your Native Language. All art must be done by children, including the writing of May Peace Prevail On Earth.

Register Now   (English, French, German and Spanish)
Teilnahmebedingungen Deutsch  – Reglas en Espanol
Règles et lignes directrices Français
  

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RULES 2014 ~ DOWNLOAD PDF
Please click links below to read the rules before registering and submitting your artwork. 

Register Now   (English, French, German and Spanish)

You can upload your artwork!  Once you have completed your artwork and registered – You canUPLOAD  your artwork. You must have a registration number. Click here  for more information.

If you are not receiving newsletters from The World Peace Prayer Society or Peace Pals International – Please join the mailing list to be notified of the winners and to learn of upcoming events throughout the year. Click here to join our mailing list.

All children who participate and register online will receive a Certificate of Participation.
Once you have your Registration number, please click here  and enter your registration number to receive your certificate.

cultureofpeaceinitiave The Culture of Peace Initiative (CPI) is a UN-designated “Peace Messenger Initiative” with participants in all the world’s regions. Its purpose is to unite the strengths of organizations and individuals who are working to make Peace a practical reality.

The highlight of the Initiative is International Day of Peace  (Peace Day), which is celebrated annually on September 21. On this day, millions of people worldwide come together to create one day of Peace.

Since 1983, CPI has served as a vehicle for bringing forward the previously unseen and unheard voices working towards Peace. It also serves to unite the strengths of existing individuals and organizations building Cultures of Peace for succeeding generations. If you’re a peace builder, peace organization, or just a peace lover please join our community. You’ll find a variety of peace groups you can interact with, get updates on events from around the globe, and much more.

In the spirit of the original vision that brought forth the Charter of the United Nations, the purpose of this global/local Initiative is to build a Culture of Peace in the 21st century, uniting the strengths of organizations, projects and peoples in order to make Peace a practical reality for the children of this and future generations.

We thank our Sponsors

World Peace Prayer Society ~ Rotary International ~ Culture of Peace Initiative ~ Goi Peace Foundation ~ International Day of Peace ~ Catskill Art ~ Cyber Schoolbus



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