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The I Declare World Peace Project will celebrate the International Day of Peace with an effort to acquire 10,000 “I Declare World Peace” videos from around the world. The idea was inspired by UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres’ tweet from last year, “Declaring peace must be a priority for everyone, everywhere.” The videos are short "selfie" type videos, scripted along the following lines: “Hi, my name is [first name]. I am from (or I live in) [city, country] and I Declare World Peace.”
According to IDWP’s president, Rita C. Candolin-Gelber, “We now have over 600 from 91 countries, and are hoping to have every country on the planet represented.” These are stored on the I Declare World Peace YouTube channel and are tweeted out. “We encourage everyone to email us their video at LR@ideclareworldpeace.com,” states Candolin-Gelber, “and people can Google ‘I Declare World Peace’ and click the ‘videos’ tab for examples.”
The United Nations website has declared the theme of the 2022 International Day of Peace observances, celebrated each year on September 21, to be “End racism / Build peace.” Candolin-Gelber believes that in addition to all the steps advocated by the United Nations, and the obvious need to promote racial and gender equality, the world must engage in an effort to “raise global peace consciousness.” That’s what she hopes to do with the video project.
Candolin-Gelber also wants the world to know that the I Declare World Peace Project is non-political, non-religious and self-funded. It does not accept money donations (though it sells uniquely designed merchandise on Redbubble and Spring), and most importantly, the I Declare World Peace Project supports every other well-intentioned pro-peace initiative on the planet. The I Declare World Peace Project encourages all users of social media to add the international peace hashtag, #IDWP, to their profiles and bios.
Go to www.ideclareworldpeace.org for more information.