Association for Community Awareness (ASCOA) is a non-profit organization with headquarters in South West Region, Buea, Cameroon. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for under-served communities by building self-reliance.
We hope to inspire inner peace through the simple act of kite flying and the liberating feeling one may get by doing so.
We hope to inspire compassion and tolerance.
We hope to inspire love and appreciation for our beautiful environment, our country, and its people.
The project Living Peace is a universal proposal open to everyone – children, adolescents, young people and adults – from different cultures and religions. Simple and challenging at the same time, it demands first and foremost personal engagement. It is necessary to get out of oneself in order to be ready to reach out to the other by “being peace”.
May Peace Prevail On Earth, Int. is a Non-Profit Peace Organization, starting in Japan in the 1950’s by Masahisa Goi, whose premise was to share the message of “May Peace Prevail On Earth”. We are spreading Peace to our global society by placing this message on “Peace Poles”. Peace Poles are now recognized as the most prominent international symbol and monument to Peace. To date there are over 200,000 Peace Poles planted worldwide.
The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation educates, engages, and mobilizes the public in organized advocacy to impact policy at the national and international levels. We are a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization with consultative status to the United Nations Economic and Social Council. We work every day to provide hope and inspiration for a world where peace is possible and nuclear weapons are part of the past.
PEAC provides a platform for those whose voices have been silenced. Art is our preferred medium of communication. We believe it is the only universal language and the only way to reach people from all nations! Right now we are championing the Hibakusha Rebellion representing the survivors of the atomic bombings. The Hibakusha Rebellion wants to build a coalition of those at the forefront of Nuclear Abolition and Climate Change. Our newest project, Youth Empowerment to Prevent Extinction, is the embodiment of this idea.
Peace Day Philly encourages, collaborates on and offers diverse peace-related programs across the Philadelphia region and beyond in observance of the United Nations International Day of Peace, September 21. Programs and activities (15-35+ annually) relate to peace on personal, local and global levels, and take place during the week in which Peace Day falls. Peace Day Philly has earned the support of Philadelphia’s Mayor and Police Department, as well as the Pennsylvania State Senate.
Peace Pals is an International program designed to encourage youth, ages 5-16 to become peacemakers dedicated to living in the spirit of the words, May Peace Prevail On Earth. Peace Pals fosters understanding and respect for the diversity and oneness of the human family and the natural world through its various and creative activities.
The Peace School is an independent non-profit teaching practices for a peaceful life and world since 1972. Home to the Chicago Build the Peace Committee, The Peace School founded Peace Day in Chicago in 1978 and organizes annual events in cooperation with the U.N. International Day of Peace, bringing communities and cultures together for peace.