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Peace Day Labyrinth @ GVP Library – Central Branch

September 21, 2015


September 21, 15 – United Nations International Day of Peace ________________________________ Advertisements

#yyj1000canchallengeforpeace – Create Community Giving Labyrinth

September 12, 2015


Greater Victoria for Peace and Intercultural Celebrations is accepting the challenge of The Mustard Seed 2nd Annual Pie Off Challenge! Our challenge is to build a walking labyrinth at Centennial Square on Sunday, September 20th!  We need to collect 1000 cans of food to create a walking labyrinth in the court yard of Centennial Square. […]

Peace Pals International Ambassador of Peace Tour is coming to Greater Victoria!

January 28, 2015


Our #yyj Peace application to host an exhibit of the artwork of 83 children from 83 countries has been accepted.  The Ambassador or Peace Collection was selected and created from the tens of thousands of artwork submitted to the Peace Pals Art Awards since its inception in 1997. It features the artwork of youth, ages 5 […]

#yyj Peace Project – Celebrating a Week of ‘Peace’

August 12, 2014


September 13th  to 23rd, 2015 Create or Join a ‘Peace Themed’ Event  and add it to #yyj calendar Sunday, September 13th Puppets for Peace Parade @ Vining Street Party on the Plaza Puppets for Peace Founder – Tim Gosley​ 1:30 pm – Victoria High School Plaza – 1260 Grant Street follow on facebook  Tuesday, September […]

#yyj World Refugee Day

June 27, 2014


’14 – World Refugee Day – Central Branch of Victoria Regional Library

International Day against Nuclear Tests

November 29, 2013


The international instrument to put an end to all forms of nuclear testing is the 1996 Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT), which has however yet to enter into force. On 2 December 2009, the 64th session of the United Nations General Assembly declared 29 August the International Day against Nuclear Tests by unanimously adopting resolution 64/35. The resolution […]

International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and of its Abolition

November 23, 2013


International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition was first celebrated in a number of countries, in particular in Haiti (23 August 1998) and Goree in Senegal (23 August 1999). Cultural events and debates too were organized. The year 2001 saw the participation of the Mulhouse Textile Museum in France in […]