World Peace Pathway Visit

June 14th 2019 – Kingsley Hall, London. Children of all ages and backgrounds came together to meet the visiting ‘Jai Jagat’ kids from the Manav Sadhana Project, Mahatma Gandhi’s Ashram, Ahmedabad, India. For them it was a once in a lifetime trip and for the two London schools kids, an opportunity to join these beautiful…

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Earth Peace Messages & D Day

Photo of the WPF which was the central focus on Earth Peace Messages (Climate Change Messages.) which were spoken out in Geneva outside the UN Palais de Nations. Read the full story here. Then a pic holding the WPF on D-day. This month is the 20th anniversary of the coming together of the World Peace Flame,…

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Cycling for Climate Change

My friend Ollie and I set off to bike the 100 miles of the South Downs Way from Winchester to Eastbourne not knowing quite how tough it would be. 30 yrs ago I’d walked it with the kids; 20 yrs ago I’d run some of it; 10 yrs ago I’d even pulled a tyre along…

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A Practical Peace Formula – new online course

Dear all, We are happy to announce the launch of the first World Peace Flame online course: “A practical peace formula” – learn to become an empowered peacemaker. We launched on April 1st on Social Media, to the Australian and Netherlands email lists and around April 10th to the UK. This is the first of…

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WPF news from Garforth in Leeds

Since its installation in April 2017, the W.P.F. in Garforth has been embraced in a truly amazing way. All of our 5 primary schools, and 4 full year groups of our high school, have all enjoyed  Peace Assemblies, with insight into the history of the peace flame and ways to bring peace into their lives on…

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Story of how the World Peace Flame was created

In July 1999 seven live flames, lit on five different continents, were flown to the UK where they were united into one flame: The World Peace Flame. We aim to inspire people everywhere that the individual plays a crucial role in creating peace at every level.

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WPF candle lit by peace activist in Iran

The World Peace Flame candle was lit by peace activist who is a victim of landmines (double hand amputation and blind). He is now teaching computers to those veterans who have lost their eye in the war.

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Communities come together to lighting up lives

It all starts with a dream! Working together to manifest a WPF monument is an act of peace in itself. The team of friends from Venlo, NL succeeded and this catalysed inter cultural community programmes in their city.

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A Pathway to Peace that inspired all nations to come together

Standing outside the Peace Palace which houses the Int Court of Justice in The Hague, NL is the WPF Pathway. Throughout the year thousands of visitors ‘walk around the world’ with an intention of peace.

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Lighting up the eternal night in Antarctica

The WPF burns brightly at the South Pole. It was originally lit on an Antarctic mountain peak in 2008.

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