Visions for Peace: Intercultural meetings, Enschede NL

Nine meetings for people from various philosophies of life and religions: Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Humanism and the Islam. Aim of the meetings is to share the vision on peace with each other. Enschede is a home for 145 nationalities! The meetings take place on each last Thursday of the month from 19.30 till 20.30…

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Peace Week 2013

Peace Week 2013 and World Peace Flame, NL

During the Peace week (21-29 September) the cities of Enschede, Eindhoven and Cadzand are organising activities in which the World Peace Flame is a key component. These include intercultural activities, a meeting for reflection, a  peace relay and a World Peace Flame ceremony. The activities include: Enschede, NL Saturday 21 September  Celebration of the United…

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Rotterdam has a World Peace Flame!

Rotterdam has a World Peace Flame!

The World Peace Flame burns in the entrance of ‘De Groene Passage’, an ecological shopping centre on the Mariniersweg (near the Coolsingel), right in the heart of Rotterdam. The first of June was the festive inauguration of the flame. The burning torch was carried from one shopkeeper to another, while they spoke aloud their connection…

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World Peace Flame - Candles for Peace Campaign, Kenya

World Peace Flame – Candles for Peace Campaign, Kenya

The World Peace Flame “Candles for Peace Campaign” in Kenya organized a peace gathering in Nairobi on 16th February. Hundreds of people gathered for dance, songs and then a special play about the post election violence. The pictures show the culmination of this play: the whole community breaking down into violence – what happens if…

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World Peace Flame "Voices 4 Peace concert" Riemst (Be), 8 Dec 2012

World Peace Flame “Voices 4 Peace concert” Riemst (Be), 8 Dec 2012

The famous gospel choir ‘Akkoord’ will perform a Christmas concert in the church in Vroenhoven, Krijtstraat, Riemst, Belgium. Come and enjoy their ‘Voices for peace’! Tickets are €12 (donation price for the World Peace Flame Riemst!). Ticket reservation: T. 0032 (0) 12232078 (between 10 AM and 5PM). See for more information: www.wereldvredesvlamriemst.be

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World Peace Flame on Display in Leeds

The Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds has put a display with the World Peace Flame in the central attraction of the Museum, the Hall of Steel. The World Peace Flame will be present during the service on Armistices Day, November 11th .

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World Peace Flame lit in East Coast Greenland

The World Peace Flame has been lit in East Coast Greenland! A ski expedition with members from Greenland, Norway, Scotland, England, New Zealand and the USA took the World Peace Flame to this special part of the world. Graham Austick:´It was a fine moment on 11th April 2012, and a pleasure and honour to be…

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World Peace Flame and Indigenous Grandmothers

World Peace Flame and Indigenous Grandmothers

Savitri MacCuish will present the World Peace Flame at the opening of the Conference of Indigenous Grandmothers in The Hague on Friday 14 September. The conference will be opened by Princess Irene. This 3 day conference will take place in Hotel Atlantic in Kijkduin, The Hague. Information and registrations for the conference: www.grootmoeders2012.nl

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World Peace Flame lights the Diamond Jubilee Beacon in Wakefield

The World Peace Flame Lights the Wakefield, Oakenshaw Grange Jubilee Beacon… The World Peace Flame played a major role in the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations in Yorkshire, UK, where it lit the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Beacon in Wakefield. A wonderful gathering of people at Oakenshaw Grange, Crofton, enjoyed an evening which included a candle lit…

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World Peace Flame for Pam Evans

World Peace Flame for Pam Evans

Pam Evans, founder of the Peace Mala initiative, received the World Peace Flame in Snowdonia Mountain Lodge, North Wales. On 30th March 2012 Pam Evans, founder of the Peace Mala initiative, and her colleague Dalleen Jones, were warmly welcomed to Snowdonia Mountain Lodge by Sheila Roberts and Ned Hartfiel. Pam received the World Peace Flame…

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