The full Peace Day Global Broadcast begins September 17 with the ringing of the Peace Bell from UN Headquarters by the Secretary General, and continues through September 21, the official International Day of Peace.
The broadcast features a worldwide array of musical artists, a global interactive chat forum, live feeds from celebrations across the globe, videos from regular people worldwide participating in the "What's Your Peace" Campaign, the Millennium Development Goals, and peace partners.
Live events are scheduled from the Giza Pyramids, global EarthDance & Stand UpCampaign locations, the UN Millennium Review Summit in NY,a Peace Day Parade from Hawaii, Jane Goodall Roots & Shoots Youth programs in Los Angeles, special celebrity interviews, and worldwide celebrations.
Peace Day & the MDG Review Summit Last Updated on 2010-09-10 08:49:22
September 10, 2010 -- A worldwide call for Peace involving millions of people in 192 countries is slated for September 17-21. More than 2,000 parades, concerts, dance celebrations, exhibitions and educational events inspired by the United Nations International Day of Peace are planned. People can watch the Peace Day Global Broadcast, at www.PeaceDay.tv., to view live stream Internet coverage of the events. They can also carry the broadcast themselves on their own websites.
The events begin September 17 with the ringing of the Peace Bell from U.N. Headquarters at 8:45 am Eastern Time, the five-day celebration includes coverage from the Peace In Our Lifetime concert in London, a Jane Goodall Roots & Shoots youth event in Los Angeles, the planting of peace trees from Finland by Israeli and Palestinian ambassadors, a Peace Day Parade in Hawaii, the Women’s Earth and Climate... More »
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