Culture and Media

Spielberg to produce Martin Luther King film

The project to shoot a feature film about the life of the leader of the non-violent movement for the struggle for civil rights is an old dream of the director.

“Give Peace another chance” Press Conference

Montreal, May 28, 2009 – In celebration of the 40th anniversary of Yoko Ono and John Lennon’s Bed-In, the organizing committee of the World March for Peace and Nonviolence has organized the launch of Bed-In activities throughout the world at the Montreal Fine Arts Museum.

This journey will also symbolize a step forward in humanity’s history, away from discord and towards harmony

With such words, Queen Rania Al Abdullah, from Jordan, endorses the World March for Peace and Non-Violence.

The UN Permanent Forum for Indigenous Affairs In Session

More than 2000 representatives of indigenous villages and communities from around the world are attending the Forum for Indigenous Affairs held at the U.N. headquarters in New York City.

Charter for a world without violence

After several years work by Nobel Peace Laureates and organizations, the “First Draft of the Charter for a World without Violence” was approved. The final version of it was approved recently at the 8th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates.

Award for “Silo: Sage of the Andes”

It has just been announced that “Silo: Sage of the Andes” was awarded a Special Jury Award at the Houston, Texas based, 42nd International WorldFest Film Festival.

Caracol TV and World Without Wars establish agreement

Colombia’s main news station will periodically report news regarding the first planetary march that seeks to raise awareness on nuclear disarmament and an end to all wars.

Give peace another chance!

Imagine: The Peace Ballad of John & Yoko

GANDHI WALK

‘In this age of the atom bomb, unadulterated nonviolence is the only force that can confound all the tricks of violence put together.’

Money Talks

An unknown artist’s comment on the G20 meeting in London,
April 2009

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