The International Day of Peace is a call for global ceasefire; a chance for all regions and nations to lay down weapons for a day. A chance to consider a world with limited violence, deep respect for individuals and communities, and reverence for ecological gifts.
Partnerships for Peace -Dignity for All is the theme for the 2015 International Day of Peace. This topic engages us to consider how we can collaborate with individuals, institutions, and nations to fully realize the goals of peace and justice. Dignity reminds us that our situations are diverse but our humanity is central.
Visions of Peace Art Show at Jones House has become a wonderful reflection of our communities interpretation of peace. The show opened Friday September 4th, 2015 and will available for viewing all of September.
For more information about how peace is measured globally check the following website:
Their goal is accurate metrics that quantify the relationship between social, economic, and political decisions and PEACE.