#54U:International Peace Day

International Peace Day is celebrated each year on September 21. First established by the UN in 1981 it is a special occasion to educate on issues of concern, and to celebrate and reinforce the achievements of humanity. There are so many ways to mark this special day. I’ve chosen Five unique ideas for you to do wherever you are, along with links with even more ideas for you to consider.

Five things to do to celebrate International Peace Day

  1. Read “A Bowl Full of Peace” by Caren Stelsen

2. Write a “Peace Pledge” 

3. Write “One positive change for the world I would make… “ on paper hearts. 

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4. Leave a gift of gratitude to people who help you every day: teachers, bus drivers, recess supervisors, or a delivery driver.

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5. Learn about how to make a difference in the world at Roots & Shoots.


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Kirsten Tschofen

From Canada, to Copenhagen, to Alaska, always on my way to Somewhere From Here.

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